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Sani-Freeze

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  1. Well, how'd you get that big motor sickle up there on the high dive, Coy? Now Coy, dad blame it, that ain't no way to act
  2. Maybe Traore signed? Saw some rumblings about that but nothing firm
  3. Sorry man - That has to be incredibly tough. Very sobering thought too (Jeff was my age). I'll definitely hug the kids a little tighter tonight.
  4. Just shocking how quickly it went. I don't think I've ever heard of anything like it. Apparently he was ok just 4 weeks ago.
  5. OP updated. Please keep the family in your prayers.
  6. Ben Leard just tweeted a link to the gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-the-klein-family Text is below: If you have had the unforgettable pleasure of spending time with Jeff & Adrienne, one can bet that you were smiling big or laughing until you cried… you would always leave them with feelings of being uplifted, encouraged, and thankful to call them your friends. More than ever, at this point and time, our friends need your help. For those of you that are not fully aware, Jeff has been admitted to Piedmont hospital in Columbus, GA. Severe back pain led to an MRI that revealed spots on his lower back. Unfortunately, Jeff’s condition has rapidly become more drastic and equally challenging to the doctors since his admittance. There are still a lot of unknowns about future conditions and outcomes at this point. What we do know is that Jeff and Adrienne will have a long, difficult road ahead of them. This road will be paved with an unknown amount of financial hardships and other burdens placed on each family member. We are asking for your help to ease some of these financial hardships to make the other unavoidable burdens less stressful on Adrienne and the rest of the Klein family. Your generosity will go towards unforeseen medical expenses, utilities and groceries for the family, and any other needs for their three boys: Cannon, Coley, & Clayton. At this time, without Jeff teaching in the classroom or coaching on the field, his family will not have a sustainable source of income. We can do what is necessary while Adrienne focuses on this extremely challenging chapter of their lives. We humbly encourage you to do what you can to help support our Coach and his beautiful family. Please continue to pray for Jeff's healing, peace, and understanding in the face of uncertainty in the days ahead. “#9 In Your Programs...#1 In Your Hearts--War Eagle!” -Jeff Klein
  7. From the Caring Bridge site today (4/13) Journal entry by Adrienne Coley Klein — 5 minutes ago Surrounded by his loved ones, at 2:36 pm this afternoon the love of my life was called home. His passing was peaceful and immediately followed the ceasing of life support. After two long and painful days, I finally get to see our precious boys. Please continue to pray the Lord would grant me the words and wisdom on how to talk to my babies about how our lives have been completely changed. Thank you to everyone who has continued to reach out and prayed without ceasing. The outpouring of love and support from loved ones, friends, acquaintances, health care professionals, and even perfect strangers has been an overwhelming blessing. I’m grateful for every single one of you, and every prayer said. Please continue to pray for me, our boys and our families as we attempt to navigate through the heartbreak. I will continue to share updates on his memorial arrangements. Love, ACK ____________________________________________ Update 4/12 (from his wife Adrienne on the Caring Bridge site last night). Just devastating. Words are hard to find at the moment. Jeff had a CT scan this morning with devastating findings. Sometime around 6am this morning he suffered a significant stroke. In addition to mounding pressure and evidence of more bleeds on his brain, his neurological status had been severely damaged and we were told he’d never recover and suffer from a poor quality of life. My world as I know it has been completely shattered. I have never known such heartache and pain. After a few remaining family members arrive from out of town to say their goodbyes tonight and tomorrow; the love of my life, the father of our three beautiful children, will be removed from all forms of life sustaining support. Somewhere between March 13th and April 12th, a once healthy, energetic, and devoted: christian, husband, father, brother, son, teacher, and coach lost his life to two rare conditions/diseases that have yet to be thoroughly diagnosed. Palliative care will be in place to keep Jeff comfortable as the Lord calls him home. (Original post from 4/7) A mutual friend texted me last night - Jeff went into the hospital last week for severe lower back pain, and has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. He is currently in the ICU while they await the next steps. He has a wife and three young sons. Please keep them in your prayers. Update - Gofundme link is below to help the family with expenses while he is unable to work: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-the-klein-family
  8. Shhh, that got Bruce banned from the sport once already...
  9. I think we absolutely need Flanigan to stay, especially with the expected roster turnover that is coming. We just need him to be closer to last year's version and protect the ball. He is an important glue guy that *can* do things when the rest of the offense is stalled. We saw just a tiny glimmer of that in the tournament. As far as the injury goes, I'll admit I don't understand how he was well enough to run and jump (even to play defense at a high level) - but not able to throw good passes. It was sort of like a short stop with the "yips" throwing to first. So that has to improve. But we still need him on the roster.
  10. He can't score at all, and he fouls people like it's his job so we are in serious trouble if he is needed in a close game. Obviously I'm basing this on last year's minutes, since he hasn't played this year. Strangely, he got worse in his second year after a freshman season where he played a little bit of decent defense and had some blocks.
  11. Should be well-rested, if nothing else.
  12. I'd start Jaylin at the 5 and bring Cardwell off the bench for extended minutes. Keep Walker on ice and give the shoulder a full week rest.
  13. This has been a problem for years that seems like an easy fix - We have two or three guys all go up for the initial block at once, then the opponent gets an easy back-door layup off the miss because no one stayed home and boxed out. I guess it comes with the territory of leading the league in blocks, but there are a bunch of times when the 5 has position and the other defenders just need to back off and block out.
  14. The problem with that is those are the only three guards on the roster - so then you run them out of gas quickly and have no one to come off the bench for the 1-2 spots. Someone else has to step up. I can't figure out why Moore hasn't gotten any time at all at the 3 lately, even if it's just two minutes to let Flan clear his head and get back in there.
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