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Did DG say no to RN for OC when KD asked him to do so?

Just read this claim by a poster on the "Zone" named JRW.  He makes the claim as part of his criticism of DG for prior non-support of the football program.  Said this happened around the time when DG would not give KD enough money to keep "good" assistant coaches like Cable.  Something else I never heard before.

Anybody who can shed light on these claims?  Taken together they imply DG had such a tight reign on KD that it made it much harder for KD to succeed.  Makes no sense to me at all.  Hard to believe.  If true, does anyone know if it was Carnesale or DG or both?  How could a coach succeed with such non-support and why would an AD ever act like that?  Again, makes no sense to me.  Hard to believe, but if someone knows the truth I would appreciate it.

Yes, it is ancient history now, but it would shed some more light on whether KD was given a fair opportunity to improve his offense as he saw fit.  You all know I love the RN hire.  I just want a "handle" on the truth, whatever it is.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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