UCLA concentrating on next season
The Bruins' basketball team is bound to be better, mostly because things can't get much worse.
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Since: Jun 09
San Fernando Valley
#1 Mar 23, 2010
We all agree this past season has been a disasterous year due to a gap in recruiting, departures to the NBA and a dirth of talent (Dragovic and disappointments with the Sophmore class).
Some believe that this year exposed coach's deficits (judgement, flexibility, offensive prowess etc.) which has been covered by a bevy of first round talent. All that talent should have resulted in a couple of titles. They believe that we should fire coach and move on.
Others believe that although predictable, this season was unavoidable. If we land key recruits this year and the rest of the team evolves then we should be back on track next year and our faith in coach justified.
The bottom line: Are you willing to give coach another season and what are your expectations.
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