Vance. One recruit is not enough. I loved BYU baseball in the 80's. We can be
great again. Appparently not with you as head coach. BYU, lets move move on.
Cut our losses. Try someone else. We can be great again.
He must want what BYU has to offer. One of the Worlds Best Educations. In Baseball it is Not what you do in College its what you do in Rookie League,
AA that matters. So you want to get the Best Education you can.Like
the NCAA says Most Players go on to Regular Jobs.The Pac 12 will be
just that a Pack. It is always best to stay out of the Pack, either ahead or
behind and on the outside. Airs Freacher and it stinks less. You will get seen
regardless. Sub 4 sec 40, and you can go to Witty Witty JC and get Drafted. Hit
.400 anywhere and the Rader is out.So go ahead and go to BYU.
What a great job for coach to do this kind of work. Sounds like the kid has a
bright future. Its nice to see a kid choose a school for more reasons than
going to the big schools. Great choice, great education, and hopefully a great
career in the bigs.
Great looking prospect.However, time from move on from the Vance Law
Great job recruiting Brugman by a great coach in Vance Law.
To much talent to be this bad at BYU, this is the right time to make at change
at the top. New league new coach. The 80's were the best years of the last 30.
When did BYU last go to a regional?
When does Brugman go on his mission?
BYU has great facilities for baseball and capable players.They beat
a top 10 team on the road and then drop games at home against teams they should
be beating. They go on the road and get blown out by a team they have beaten
earlier in the year.Who's responsible?Do you get rid of
the facilities? Do you get rid of the players? The players get to
play based upon performance.What is the performance criteria for the
coaching staff?In business and in sports, you either make excuses or
you make it happen.BYU Baseball appears to have settled for excuses.
Too bad kid. The only way to get to Omaha is to buy a ticket. Bring back Bobby
If you are really good, you'll be playing pro ball soon. Better programs =
better coaching. Is it best to be a great player on a bad team or a good player
in a great program? When your team is bad, the other teams rest their best
pitchers meaning you are not always faced with the best competition and the
players are not consistently playing against the best.