Coach Rose definitely deserves strong consideration for national Coach of the
No, Rose does not deserve strong consideration. He deserves the trophy!Not only is his coaching flawless but his media persona speaks volumes
about what the perfect coach should be.
If BYU were a non religious school on the east coast, Dave Rose would be a
Both good candidates, Steve Lavin formerly of UCLA, currently at surging St
John's is the current media darling though. Like the POY, no clear definition of
what this award entails, thus not terribly meaningful, except to the winner of
Both fine men. I appreciate the class Coach Rose always exhibits. And very
much appreciate the email sent to SDSU students by Coach Fisher asking Aztec
supporters to be respectful. Players from both of these teams showed a great
deal of determination and respect on the floor last Saturday. I hope they both
go far in the NCAA tournament.
No brainer. The two coaches have met twice and Rose has won both times. Dave
Rose for coach of the year!
Liberal bias and political correctness will prevent Rose or any BYU coach from
ever winning this honor.
Jimmer: Player of Year::Rose:Coach of Year::BYU:#1 SeedThat's the
GRE for you.
Some time the most deserving (Jerry Sloan, Dave Rose) play second fiddle to the
rest of their assosiates. Both are great leaders of men, leading quietly,
behind the scenes, relecting all the accolades to their players and assistants.
I knew a great church leader (GBH), and football coach (LE) that had the exact
same philosophies. All of these men are God sends to this world,
having made it a better place to live.
You have to play the entire team this season based on how the opponents approach
their defense against Fredette. He's such an overwhelming imposing factor you
can't play just play at him with even a variety of standard defenses. No one
has as of yet really figured out the best modified versions either. They can
slow him down but they can't stop him. What people really don't pay attention
to is that Rose has modified Fredette's play. I don't think people understand
because the approach is so utterly untraditional they 're not looking for it.
The "KEY" is keeping Fredette in the game. Look at his fouls
committed/per game ratio. How many fouls per game is Fredette getting. He dosn't
foul out and he seldom gets in foul trouble. Now then look at the ratio of his
fouls which are offensive verses defensive fouls. There obviously is some
corralation to Fredette's fouls/pergame and the way Rose is playing Fredette.
The one thing you are hearing constantly is that Fredette can't play defense.
RIDICULOUS !!! Mistakenly wrong assumption. Rose is purposefully running an
aggressive 4man defense to ensure Fredette stays in.
Both are great coaches and should share. One game a time that Dave Rose would
say every week.
Rose has done a superb job with how he has modified his defensive strategy
around Fredette. What we have been seeing and not realizing is something unique
in all of baketball. It almost seems like something out of football. He's a
brilliant stratigest...and why he isn't looked at as Fisher's equal is because
the ones who are going to decide the coach of the year are not even aware of
what has been going on. Especially since Chris Collingsworth went out for the
remainder of the season with a foot injury. Rose is purposefully having Fredette
backed off on the defense and having the other four more agressively carrying
the defense. Keeping Fredette in the game and out of foul trouble by not having
him aggresively going after the ball has been the crucial key to BYU's success
this year. When someone like Fredette continuously draws two and three
defenders it's obvious you have to find ways to keep him in the game. Rose has
figured out how to do that...knowing that the other players will pick up the
easy shots. If they back off...Fredette will literally take it to the street.
Fischer is a great coach...So is Rose...They are both having years worthy of
National COY...somehow Dave Rose has come up with Two different ways to beat
Fischer's #4 Aztecs this year...Amazing!COY this year is Dave Rose!
Since the article is comparing Rose to Fisher...let's take National COY out of
the conversation since too many other factors will impact that.However, Rose should win MWC Coach of the Year without question!
Both deserving but hasn't Rose beat Fisher and SDSU twice head to head. I think
that should answer that question.
Let's get real here Coach Rose is a good coach but he is in the situation he is
in because of one player. Take away Jimmer and BYU is just an average team.
Yeah, but Crowntown1, even if Fredette makes it in The League, Fisher's doing it
with 2 or even 3 future NBA ballers -- even MORE strength to Rose's argument....
@Crowntown1Granted you don't get Jimmer Fredette's all the time.
However my friend... Rose is not an arguable commodity either. Very hardly not.
His winning record speaks for itself. If Chris Collingsworth weren't out for
the season it wouldn't be unreasonable to say that the point difference in both
SDSU games could realistically have been in the low to mid high 20's. Losing
him has been detrimental but Emery, Davies, Abouo and Hartsock have plenty
talent to assure success after Fredette moves on. Kyle Collingsworth and Rogers
have also gained experience off the bench which will be a critical factor. With
Chris Collingsworth returning and several Return missionary players the BYU pump
will be more than adequately primed and plenty of talented depth in reserve.The only thing you got right in your statement is that Jimmer is leaving
after this year. Otherwise my friend your unmentionable waist banded colors are
flapping in the breeze.
It really depends on how you look at it. Are you going for the best overall
team? Or are you going for the coach who exceeds expectations?Hmmm,
I guess Rose wins both arguments. He has beat SDSU twice, which gives him the
better overall team. He also has exceeded expectations by putting his team in
the driver's seat to win the conference, when they were picked to finish 2nd.But, I dunno, maybe Miles at CSU deserves coach of the year. He
certainly doesn't have the best team, but he has gotten them to exceed
expectations by quite a bit. Although, if they continue to play as poorly this
week as they did against Air Force, Miles won't deserve it anymore.
I am a BYU fan all the way and I think Dave Rose is fantastic. However, Coach
Fisher has shown a ton of class and had done great things with his team as well.
I would feel very comfortable with Coach Fisher receiving the COY award given
the exceptional degree of class he has shown toward his competitors and in
trying to promote good manners with his student fan base. Count my vote for
Fisher this year!
Here's guessing that if offered a choice between Coach of the Year and a #1 NCAA
Tournament seed, Rose would take the later.
crowntown1Let's get real yourself.Dave Rose recruited
Jimmer so Rose gets full credit for both building this BYU team and coaching it
to BYU's current 27-2 record, #3 ranking.Only someone who doesn't
understand anything about college basketball at all could have watched SDSU-BYU
game last Saturday and not come away impressed that BYU is much more than the
Jimmer Show. At least all of the experts who watched the game came away so
impressed. So where does that leave you?Do you discount Phil Jackson
because of Jordan and Kobe?How about Mike Krzyzewski, John Calipari,
Roy Williams, or Jim Boeheim because of their seemingly endless strings of NBA
talent? Great players and great coaches go hand-in-hand.What's very clear is your unwillingness to give Dave Rose credit for a great
coaching job this year has nothing to do with Rose having a super-star on his
team, but everything to do with your hatred of BYU.
Not to take anything away from Coach Rose, he did a good job!But in all
certainty Coach Steve Fisher from SDSU did way more with what he had to work
with. Coach Fisher has also stepped up when MWC For coach at Wyoming was fired.
Fisher said he deserved better than that, and was fined for his comment. Steve
Fisher I say deserves it a little more.
If Dave Rose manages to salvage a 1 or 2 seed in the NCAA tournament without
Brandon Davies, he deserves Coach of the Year.