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I believe if you stick to your core values you will attract the right types of players and families. And that’s what we’re focused on.
"I asked a couple of Atlantic 10 coaches to weigh in anonymously on Miller’s first non-conference schedule at Rhode Island."
I feel like our journey is going to be different. That’s one thing I can say about our group as a whole; it’s a different vibe. It’s a lot of good
Coach Miller doesn’t care who you are or what you are to him, he’s going to hold you accountable – It’s one of the reasons I wanted to come here.
Archie Miller and staff are assembling puzzle pieces matched to the hard, smart, fast, together mantra, balancing program needs against returnee skills.
I was contacted by coaches Kenny Johnson and Archie Miller. Their vision for me, along with the successes they had in the past, made me think this is somewhere I want to be.
"Coach Miller told me he was going to trust me. He emphasized how much he wanted me and needed me -- and that was big for me."
In reflecting on the single-minded response he wants his program to elicit in the minds of those who hear/see/read about Rhode Island basketball, he remarked that his program will be “free-flowing and unselfish, connected, and tough-minded.
Rhode Island needs to somehow quickly marshal possession by possession awareness and clean up the poor offense undoing them in A-10 play.
A bright spot is the play of redshirt sophomore guard Jalen Carey who is exhibiting greater comfort and consistency as the season progresses.