Howie Stalwick | Viewpoint Even Gonzaga's Best Isn't Good Enough at This Level
The annual media buzz about Gonzaga coach Mark Few has started. Will he stay or will he be enticed to leave for a Pac-10 school like Oregon or Arizona? is talking about turning pro.
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#1 Apr 4, 2009
I can totally understand what you are saying about Austin Daye, That kid is in no shape for the pros yet and he does need to beef up if he ever wants to actually play in the NBA rather than ride the pine. he needs to stay at Gonzaga and be a key player for a little longer before he can even think about stepping on the floor with professional players. But what your saying about Gonzaga never having a chance at a national title is an absolutely false statement, yes they may be losing some key players and next season may not be as strong as the one that just came to an end for the Bulldogs but even you said that it may not happen next year or the year after that, but sir... every team has its ups and its downs and saying that it will never happen is absolutely crazy. this year was definately an up but its something for the future bulldogs to strive to beat in the future. There is a first time for everything and if it was for sure that Gonzaga would never win a title than they wouldnt play the game. Gonzaga has one of the strongest fan bases in the country and with the right players and motivation they will eventually win a National title.
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