Stone should go play tight end for the Aggies next Fall. What a armful that
would take to bring him down. Can't blame Stone for not wanting to play
basketball anymore for the Aggies. Stew didn't respect him and neither did
the players. He was open so many times underneath the basket and the rest the
players ignored him. Looks like the Aggies will be playing with a bunch of
guards next year. Good luck with that!
Because we just needed more bad news for this program. Shaw getting arrested was
bad enough. What happened to great Aggie basketball?! What is the deal with this
program?!I sure hope Stew has an ace up his sleeve for next season,
because if we play with a bunch of guards and have no big guys to play in the
post, we're in HUGE trouble.
Have to start wondering how much more time Stew's got in Logan. The team
actually looked pretty decent to start the season, and looked awful since
conference play started. Deteriorating play, Shaw's problems midseason,
Coach saying he doesn't even want his team to keep playing in the
postseason if they get invited, and now departure of multiple players. Makes me
think it could have something to do with the team buying into the method and
program, similar to what happened to the Utes in the 2000s. Sometimes the best
thing for a program is to torch the barn and start anew.
Since Stone is graduating and has a year of eligibility left, he's pretty
much free to start a graduate degree somewhere and play on their team without
sitting out a year. Good luck to him. Berger is a bit more complicated.
He'll sit a year, but he won't find more playing time except with a
lower-level school. Tough call, that one.
I'm concerned about the number of players leaving over the past several
years. What is going on Stew? And why do you think the fans would not want the
team to continue playing if invited to a lower tournament. Something seems out
I fear USU is pulling a "Utah" getting better in Football while ignoring
Basketball. I have faith in Stew though!
Interesting that the Ags and the Utes are touting their movement to more
"Prestigous" conferences but are well over their heads. But UVU moves
to a stronger conference and takes first place, and BYU moves and is seeded the
highest of any instate team
It is hard to consider the gutted WAC much of a stronger conference for UVU to
It was painfully obvious that the aggies just doesn't have the kind of
players it needs to compete in basketball in the MWC. We would have been just
fine in the the WAC but that is not where the Aggies want to be. I am hoping
Stew has a great plan to get the players needed to compete.
brownderbyCottonwood Heights, UTAre you still wondering why
everyone thinks that those negative to USU and Utah are BYU fans? I didn't
see anywhere in the article where there was a mention of BYU.
Brownderby, what is the point? This article talks about a couple players
leaving, and that opens up an attack at the programs wanting to be in bigger
conferences. Seems a bit off topic, for a program that has been so great.
There may be some growing pains, but I think they'll both be fine. I guess
no one has ever left BYU, or any other program for that matter. Truth is, every
program in the country loses players year in and year out. Part of the
business. People change jobs also. Is that wrong?