College Basketball Open Discussion


#407

Anothe one I enjoyed from a poster

“Excellent coach, but there could be questions about whether he is a good fit for UCLA. No skeletons in the closet or anything like that, but he seems like an “underdog” coach who gets the most out of non-NBA players, rather than being someone like Pitino, Coach K and Calipari who are capable of molding 5-stars into a team.”

I believe since 2013 um is 4th when it comes to producing nba draft picks.


#408

This is so stupid that it reads like a spoof. Who knew that plan B = Beilein?


#409

The reason Beilein’s zone defense is so “confounding” is that it looks every bit like a man-to-man. I’ve apparently been fooled for years.


#410

Who are some realistic candidates for UCLA?


#411

Hoiberg is realistic. If they want to create a buzz, hiring Lavar would do it. He’d be an interesting recruiter.


#412

There are so many factors to it. Are they willing to pay? Because they haven’t in the past. Will they do charters like everyone else in the country? What are they looking for?

The perception is that it’s a great job but it’s not. Expectations are so high with limited resources (compared to others).


#413

Pulled out the win tonight, but Villanova is not very good, in my opinion. They really, really struggle to generate offense inside the arc and their ball screen defense was leaky tonight. Had to roll out a zone against Depaul.


#414

If you’re throwing out those names what about Izzo? Is Bobby Knight busy? Yeesh

What if they got crazy and found a Bruin…imagine Kareem or an O’Bannon on the sideline!


#415

I would love to see Bill Walton get the job


#416

Just to get him off the broadcast?


#417

Dan Dakich’s list for UCLA is even better: Calipari, Kerr, Pitino, Izzo, Donovan


#418

For the love of all things holy, this!!!


#419

No, I would love to see him coach. He’d be bigger than Harbaugh


#420

Bol Bol has had enough of college hoops, it appears.


#421

Count me as not impressed. I wouldn’t use a lottery pick on him


#422

Looks raw.


#423

Huh? Dude is gold.


#425

Down goes Nevada!


#426

Nevada leaves the ranks of the unbeaten losing 85-58 to 8-6 New Mexico.


#427

And it wasn’t even close, 85-58 to New Mexico.