This quote says it all..... "he thought coach Boylen could help him
improve"Here is the biggest problem with Boylen, he does not
show player improvement under his so-called coaching. Look at Washburn and
Foster. They are not an ounce better than they were a year ago. Tillie and Drca
the year before were another set of good examples of players not improving. When
is the press conferences to get rid of Boylen, I'm ready!Luckily
Clyburn is so talented he will be fine waiting another three months until the
current coaching staff is run out of town and real coaches are hired. Will is
awesome, go utes!
What an inspiring article... hard work, opportunity and the possibility of
achieving a dream. We all have dreams and goals in life-- it is encouraging to
see them fulfilled. Besides, the U can really use the help! Looking to hear a
lot more about Mr. Clyburn.
Clyburn's numbers are a perfect example of what's wrong with Boylen's system (if
it can be called a system).Clyburn: 19.3 points, 1.3 assists, 2.4
turnovers Compare that with BYU's starting guards:Fredette: 26.1 points, 4.4 assists, 2.9 turnoversEmery: 12.6 points, 2.6
assists, 0.9 turnoversUtah is 333rd in assists per game.BYU is 48th.Utah 179 ast/256 TO = .699 ast/TO = 305thBYU 276 ast/198 TO = 1.39 ast/TO = 16thUtah plays one-on-one.BYU passes the ball. Utah is 8-10; tied for last in the
MWC.BYU is 17-1; ranked #9, 1/2 game behind 19-0 SDSU, ranked #6.Rose knows how to coach.Boylen doesn't.
btw, Utah's assist to turnover ratio ties the Utes with Miami(OH), New
Hampshire, Chicago State, Florida Gulf Coast, and Fairleigh Dickinson for 305th
out of 346 NCAA teams.Imagine what Clyburn could do if he played in
a system in which he didn't have to create all of his own shots.
OK, Clyburn plays for Boylen...His bad...But, he works
hard, and has a collge scholarship to play ball.Mad respect to the
kid...Here's to getting your degree, and becoming a productive
member of society....You go Will.Good luck.
Solid player. Keep up the good work Will!