Well he should get a lot of playing time as the team will be real thin again
next as they continue to rebuild. Someone tell me how many years does it take
"Someone tell me how many years does it take to rebuild?"It's a never-ending process when you jettison most of your team at the
end of every season.
I love the talent that Coach K and staff are brining in. It will be great
having a 6'6"guard who can run the point or play the 2 next year.
Getting Van Dyke was a great get. There is a very good young core of players.
A 12 win season is very much in play, and I felt that 15 would be the ceiling
for this team. I love how they play, and as the team plays together more, and
the staff keeps bringing in guys like Wright, Loveridge, and Van Dyke, the
Runnin Utes will be back
Well if his only concern is to go to a place where there will be "lots of
playing time" available then he is definately going to the right place.
Gonzaga and Washington did not offer, only Utah and WSU offered. This is not a rebuilding year, not when you lose your leading scorer, assists,
shot blocker, rebounder and three of your four best players. Utes will be sub
.500 again next year. Not sure how many more years it will take Krystkowiak to
achieve a winning record. Boylen's 69 - 60 record at Utah is starting to
feel like the good 'ole days. Maybe U should bring him back, like BYU did
with Anae. Maybe he wasn't so bad after all.
"three of your four best players" who are you counting as the best four,
and what's your criteria CougFaninTX? You know, its a funny thing about
statistics. Next year? There is going to be another leading scorer. Another
leading shot blocker. Another player leading in assists. Weird how that works
out. Even weirder? That is true with every team.
sooner said--"Next year? There is going to be another leading scorer.
Another leading shot blocker. Another player leading in assists. Weird how that
works out. Even weirder? That is true with every team.Well, I guess
that's technically true. However many teams have guys coming back who were
the leading scorer, rebounder, 3 pt. shooter ect. Then those guys get another
crack at it, bringing to that season a lot of experience and a reputation as the
teams leading scorer the prior year. It---umm--means something. To try to say
that losing your leading scorer, rebounder, etc--doesn't count for much in
college basketball is naive.