you people are stupid if you think carlon was the one taking bad shots.
henderson was the most inconsistent shooter on the team and took the worst shots
by far. get off of carlons back boylen is just a bad coach. gont get mad at
carlon for being a great player leaving a bad program
boylen has a love for the game but he is too worried about yelling at the refs
than coaching his players. utah desperately needs a new basketball coach
do i here a so called dynasty falling like a grand oak. at least the lady utes
coach norm parrish of SlCC. won a national championship. 20 yrs experience.
major recruiting connections throughout the west midwest. understands how to
recruit utah kids, return missionaries and out of state talent to combine for a
winning formula. utah guy with roots here who is personable and could return the
program to glory. best coach in the state not named morrill
Roger Reid is available when u finally admit you need a real coach!
To all the YBu'ers.....it is a simple comparison.Roger Reid and
"1-n-done" for 17 years in the NCAA!!!!!!!!!BaaaaWhaaaaaaaaa!
Utah 14-17 7-9 5th MWC (tied with CSU) Will Utah be better, worse,
or about the same next year?
Utah has been steadily going down hill and next year could be the worst year
yet.BYU has been steadily improving and next year could be the best
year yet.One fan base is excited for next season.One fan
base is dreading what may happen next season.
"your" the experts?Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Good job
re: Can't you people read | 8:57 a.m. March 30, 2010And how did U
guys do with your gifted 5 seed the season before last?------------"One in done" ... you should now what that is since
your the experts.Utah: 2-2 since 2005 - During the down turn in the
program.BYU: 1-5 since 2005 - With its best teams.
Sinking ship? | 9:02 p.m. March 29, 2010...WINNING as opposed to what the
Utes have been playing..... a LOSING style. BWAAAHAAAHAAAA!!!!COUGARS
RULE, UTES DROOL!!!! -----------Odd coming from
fans whose team won 10 games in two years in 97 and 98. As far as
Boylen, he as next year to turn the program if not then his days are
numbered.Lets hope he can turn it around. If not the beating BYU
will take at RES next year will have to take me through another year.
Boylen has an anger problem and I wouldn't want to play for him. The lack of
class he has shown on & off (interviews) the court makes me think he is the
issue. I don't see the Utes going anywhere as long as Boylen is the coach.
The one thing no one has talked about yet is their type of play on the court.
I was really disappointed when I watched Utah play in the tournament. There was
a lot of standing around. The passing was not crisp. The energy was not high. I was really disappointed to watch the freshman, Henderson, play. He is a
dirty player and is really at this point not a leader on the floor. A leader is
not necessarily the person who takes the most shots, but does the most to help
the team get better. Regarding BYU and March Madness: It's pretty hard to
come back and win a second game when you had 3 OTs a couple of days earlier.
Kansas State found that out last week. The more the teams expect of
themselves, the more they will get.
I wish Utah had a better basketball team in development. A strong league will
aid recruiting.Utah, unfortunately, is really hurting themselves in
recruiting. What do you say to a potential recruit?UHHH.. half of the
team quit on me last year so you should get plenty of playing time? Those
expecting this to be a great selling point with parents and uncertain kids will
see a University basketball team that is obviously troubled. However I wish my
red friends up north well.
I guarantee that if BYU had had the two seasons that Utah did in 2004 and 2008,
then you would be screaming how your Cougars had won a national championship in
those years. However, I guess that is something that will never happen for your
team, either now or in the future.
We still have Foster and Tavita don't we? They combined for a 6 point per game
average.I'll bet they improve that to at least 8 points per game
between them. that means Utah only needs to find about 60 points somewhere
else!!!!!hahahahahahahaha..good luck with that!!!
Henderson is off to texas tech...how do i know :) bc i know him
You are wrong. The voters voted BYU as the #1 team in the country. They had more
votes than any other team in the country. Hence the national championship. In
2008 Utah had 16 first place votes compared to Florida's 48 in the AP poll. The
Coaches poll even has a higher discrepancy with 60 votes for Florida and 1 vote
for Utah. So, when you say "the same standards" you really have no idea what you
are talking about, do you?
The rules in 1984 said whoever was voted No. at the end of the season was the
National Champion. That team was BYU--one National Championship. That was also
the rule in 2008, and Utah was not voted No.1.Sorry no National
Championship for the Utes!!!!
Just admit it. Ute basketball is...
Three out of four games is still three out of four regardless of the score!!
Under the exact same rules that BYU won their "national championship" many
decades ago, Utah also won the National Championship in 2008. The U of U, like
BYU, was the only team that was undefeated in college football during their
respective undefeated seasons. Both seasons contained impressive wins, coupled
with dramatic comebacks (BYU beating an average Hawaii team on a last-second
goal-line stand; Utah's dramatic victory over top-ranked TCU). However, there
the similarity ends. BYU beat a 6-5 Michigan team by just 7 points in a very
minor bowl. BYU had no other signature victories that year (1984). Utah, on
the other hand, beat Oregon State, a team that had just beated a top-5 team in
USC. But, more impressively, Utah beat Alabama, a team that had been #1 in the
country for a month and 1/2. They also beat Alabama by a larger score than
Florida, the "national champions" did.The University of Utah did win
the "national championship" in 2008, if viewed by the same standards that BYU
supposedly did in 1984.
Of course having Luke Nevill helped. Any good team has good players. Without
Jimmer BYU would not have been as good. Without John Wall Kentucky would not
have been as good. Without Deron Williams the Jazz would not be as good. Duh!
How many National Championships do your utes have?Silence...
What is BYU's bowl record?What is Utah's bowl record?What is BYU's head-to-head record against Utah?How many times has
BYU been in a BCS game?Silence.
I read the same STUFF from the Utah homers when Justin Hawkins left. He's a
quitter and we don't want him anyway. Whatever you do, don't blame the innocent
coach! Justin Hawkins was not capable of quitting anything- He went on to very
good seasons at New Mexico State. The same for Carlon- he is a really good guy
and I wish him well. I hope he rips it up on whatever team is lucky to have him!
If you are a Dallas Cowboy fan then you certainly can't like Troy Aikman- He
quit on Okl. and went to UCLA. If you're a Boston Celtic fan you certainly can't
like Larry Bird- after two weeks with Bobby Knight Larry left Indiana went home-
and played at Indiana State the next season. Both these guys were quitters. Ya
RIGHT!!!!!! Maybe the problem is the coach!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TOMMY C...YEAH HE AINT GONNA DO IT SUCCESSFULLY , TOO MOODY AND NOT READY!!
I am very sorry Hines is leaving. He is a terrific player - a great shooter
with quickness and toughness. That is is one that bothers me the most.
To be envied? What have you accomplsihed? One tournament win. Thats it. You
still cant win the big one. Utah really envies what it used to be, and we are
working to get back to that. No one outside of provo thinks anything of BYU.
are those who think that their view of the sports world is somehow superior to
everyone else's viewget a clueonly someone who is
completely clueless would bother reading articles about BYU and Utah and then
complaining about the rivalry
Where exactly is coach Boylen's recruiting focus? I mean, it seems to me the
best players in the state are really not even considering the U? I recall
Brandon Davies' recruitment and he eliminated Cal and Gonzaga before choosing
BYU over Utah State. I look at coaches Morrill and Rose and see how they win
with so much Utah talent and wonder what coach Boylen is doing.
Transfer to Utah State! In two years we will need a guy that create his own
shot, plus you torched us in SLC this year. Odds are though you will go closer
to home, probably playing for some Big West school. Anyway Go Aggies!
At least some Utes can face reality. Not so good to be a Ute after all. Face it,
Cougar basketball is to be envied compared to what you've got going on on the
hill. To say otherwise, is only deceiving yourselves.
Small-minded fans in the state of Utah whose only frame of reference is
Having Luke Neville for the '08-'09 season saved utah's bacon. Without him u
guys would have had many more losses.
good, but never great.If you want to compare great, see Kentucky,
North Carolina, Kansas, Duke... true bluebloods.Nowadays, Utah
basketball doesn't even compare to the upper half of the MWC.6th,
6th, 6th, 1st, 5th in the Utes' last 5 seasons.
Please don't hold your breath on the Utes getting invited into the PAC 10.
Unless Ute basketball gets better you will have a tough time getting invited
into the WAC.
I guess being conference champions last year was done without a clue. Were the
Utes good this year, no. Did they perform about as predicted in conference,
yes. They lost a lot of talent and players like Brown, as talented as he is,
were unable to step up and be a leader.
BYU Utah Basketball 2006-2010Last 5 Seasons (MWC finish)2010
BYU 30-6 (2nd) Utah 14-17 (6th)2009 BYU 25-8 (1st) Utah 25-10 (6th)2008 BYU 27-7 (1st) Utah 18-15 (6th)2007 BYU 25-9 (1st) Utah 11-19
(1st)2006 BYU 20-9 (2nd) Utah 14-15 (6th)Overall BYU
127-39 (77%) 3 MWC championships, 4 Big Dances Utah 82-76 (52%) 1 MWC
championship, 1 Big DanceUtah lost as many MWC games this season as
BYU has lost in the last THREE seasons.So go on spouting off about
ancient history.As a BYU fan, I'm very pleased with the direction of
the BYU basketball program.Can U honestly say the same thing about
Ooooo good move. Yes when the chips are down then play the "we used to be great"
card. No one can top THAT by referencing any of the recent results. Right...if
the present is too painful then live in the past instead.
Nice job, way to put a nice "moral victory" spin on those losses.NOTE TO ALL COUGAR FANS: utah fans do not count losses as actual losses. They
are all moral victories, so back off.
* my post should have said "I see Austin Collie being productive week in and
week out, but thats about it."
And with all of the BYU "domination" all you have to show for it is one NCAA
tournament win in almost two decades and not a single significant bowl win.
Yikes! And this is your best? Hardly impressive..........Look at
the NBA, I dont see a single BYU player. Look at the NFL, I dont see Austin
Collie making an impact week in and week out and thats it.......so yeah, i am
not impressed. every BYU poster who has posted on this board reeks
Time to move on. This is ridiculous. Utah basketball is the laughing stock of
More playing time for the real stars like Jace Tavita!He is the best
point guard in the MWC.
AD Hill are you out there?????????????????????????????????????????????
time for Dr. Hill and Boylen to get fired. they have no clue what they are
Boylen needs to move on so we can get a Coach Like they have at USU that can win
every year. I can't beleive that Stew Morrill stays at USU when he could be the
best coach in the Nation with a Bigger College.
should have, could have, more whining from the ute faithful. Harline should've
been covered, Collie should've been covered, and George should've been covered.
Henderson could've shown come class, but didn't. Keep the whining up, love to
Once again, all the experts are sure about what the reasons are behind the
players leaving. Were you all at every practice, team meeting, and game?? Or,
are you basing your opinions on just a glimpse of what you saw, or what you may
have heard?? That would be like you trusting decisions being made on behalf of
the company where you work on partial fact or information!! None of you would
allow that to happen!! So, why should your opinion matter when it comes to who
plays for Coach Boylen?? One of the reasons the Utes had some of the wins they
did have was because of Coach Boylen's commitment to defense and his demand for
toughness from his players. Without this, they win fewer games than they
actually did!! It was still a year of transition between recruiting classes of
different coaches and it really showed this year because of the lack of overall
talent, with the departure of last year's seniors! Majerus said it best,
"Players win games, not coaches!!". So, give the Utah staff a chance to recruit
and coach and you just be a good fan and support!
What's left, a bunch of inexperienced freshmen and sophomores who weren't good
enough to be starters on a lousy team?But we still have a hot-headed
gunner who shoots 33% and a 10-foot wall who averages a couple of points a game.
I noticed you conveniently left out Utah's overtime win in 2005, or it could
easily have been 4 of 5 for BYU.Bottom line:Bronco has a
better overall record, more MWC championships, more Top 25 finishes, more 10+
win seasons than Kyle, and Bronco is 3-2 head-to-head versus Kyle.Try to minimize it all you want, but a win is a win, and the overall records
speak for themselves since Kyle, Bronco has finished ahead of Kyle in the MWC
standings 4 of the 5 years they've been head coaches.Utah fans
didn't have any problem taking full credit for a couple of lucky wins over
Oregon State and TCU in 2008 now did they!
Carlon was set up to be the man, but he flopped in the pre-conference schedule.
Not a little flop, a big, painful belly flop. After that, he never accepted his
role as another option instead of the man. He sulked, gave half efforts and
pulled a lot of the team down with him. A bit of a surprise, but he won't be
missed.Still, the biggerst mystery is how Tavita is getting any
playing time. If I were Hines, I'd also be frustrated when I saw that hack
playing minutes in front of me. He's the only transfer that I feel bad about.
You can talk all the basketball smack you want. But lay off the football
domination please. Yes 3 out of the last 4 but any knowledgable fan also knows
those three wins were decided by what 5 plays maybe? Those three wins are by a
total of 12 points.
The Utes will rebound from these players leaving....Coach Boylen will be able to
bring in his own recruits and I expect Utah to improve greatly the next several
seasons. Jim Boylen is a very good man who knows what he's doing.
This just kills me. I only hope Boylen all of a sudden doesn't learn how to
coach. To tell you the truth, coming up to the Huntsman Center and running you
out of your own building is something I was hoping I would get used to. Your
program is a joke.
have Jace Tavita, all will be well. How many other teams have a guard who
shoots 30% from the FREE throw line.
Not even when BYU had their 1-25 season did players quit the team. Something is
seriously wrong with utah's program.
Is it just me, or is this starting to feel a lot like the Giacoletti era. The
Hines transfer will hurt far more than the Brown transfer. He was the only real
PG on the team.
Hey Moe, two more players just left the team! What are gonna do??!AAAaaaaAAAaaaaAAaaaaaa!Nyuk nyuk nyuk!
Someone pinch me, is it Christmas in March? Is this an early April Fools joke?
This is one of the best things that could happen. Carlon was one of
the WORST players of recent memory. Sure, he had skill, and showed incremental
levels of improvement. That was until this year, when he went from a serviceable
3rd/4th option to the primary/only option. He did nothing to make anyone around
him better, and proceeded to single handedly lose as many games as he won. And
Boylen was right behind him with the green light. If you liked Allen
Iverson-style bball, he was your guy. Utah basketball, and college
basketball in general for that matter, should be build on teamwork. Brown
obviously has a problem with that, and Boylen was way to sloooow on the uptake
to take the ball out of Brown's hands and develop some of the other more
selfless players. The program was going nowhere with Brown, he was
at best a bridge-the-gap player while Boylen developed his recruits. Brown, don't let the door hit you on the way out.
"andy how did U guys do with your gifted 5 seed the season before last?".Nice arguement coming from a team with one tourney win in the last couple
decades. Utah has been to the the sweet sixteen, elite eight, final four and
the finals in the last couple decades. Plus Utah played Arizona in their first
round game last year. The same Arizona team that had two guys get drafted in
the 1st round, Chase Budinger and Jordan Hill. Hill was taken in the top 10.
They would have destroyed BYU last year.
As far as I'm concerned they can all leave including the coach. Tommy C. just a
short phone call away.
has probably been reached....ooooooooh...it is kindaq scary!
This, my friends is not the same as the Majerus years when players left after
every offseason. First, I don't recall any offseason in which 4 players left, 2
of which would have had significant playing time next season (and one of which
was your best player). Second, when players left the Majerus program, the
program was still well-stocked with talent and, every single year, the team went
back out and won again the next season. Unless the Utes have the best
recruiting class in the West, I don't see any way for them to improve upon last
season's performance. The biggest disappointment is that players don't seem to
be progressing in this program -- they are essentially the same player they were
when they started. Oh why oh why couldn't Iowa have saved our program???
Give Boylen a couple of more years????? Why not give him a big raise and sign
him to a longer term contract?
Chris Hill is a genius...just ask him
The content on this article changed since I read these posts last night where it
was only reported that Brown was leaving. The Tribune blog reported that both
players were leaving. I agree with you 100% on Brown. He and Drca
could score some points, but accounted for 9-10 turnovers per game that led to
easy baskets. The team defense was solid, but these two were inconsistent at
best and I am looking forward to some new players on the floor. I expected some
sruggles from the young guys this year, but not from guys that have been in the
program 3-4 years.
rats leaving a sinking ship
Named Riverside County Player of the Year as a senior at Martin Luther King High
School...two-time all-county selection...second-team all-state as a
senior...averaged 21 points, five assists, eight rebounds in his final year of
high school...helped lead MLK High to consecutive league championships...CIF
semifinalists...state quarterfinalists...ranked No. 17 in Southern California
and No. 27 in California in 2006-07.Wow no wonder Carlon Brown
didn't do well in college. He obviously had no basketball skills at all as a
high school player. No coach could ever be successful with material like that.
Poor Coach Boylen.
Boylen is doing a great job preparing his guys to play at the "next level",
which is defined as a college program that is not utah.
"...Coach Jim and bring back the winning ways of Utah basketball since no other
team in the Mountain West can get past the 2nd round in the NCAA Tourney."And how did U guys do with your gifted 5 seed the season before last?
How many players left under Majerus? Maybe now the U can get some players that
want to be there and will work and be coachable.
I heard rumors the Southeast Baptist was recruiting Brown!!!Any truth to this????
To all the posters who obviously can't read and prove it by saying things like
"three are leaving?" or "who else is leaving?" or "sounds like Hines is going to
transfer too" - the article is very clear: two more Utes are leaving (Brown and
Hines), they join the other two who left last week (Reid and Cyphers) 2 +2 = 4.
To be clear, brown has a red-shirt year and one year of eligibility
- he stunk this year so good luck elsewhere. We need athletes, ball-handlers,
defenders, and SHOOTERS. We'll have room to bring in some players now - two
graduated, four transferred and one is leaving on a mission. Go get some great
players, Coach Jim and bring back the winning ways of Utah basketball since no
other team in the Mountain West can get past the 2nd round in the NCAA Tourney.
are jumping this sinking ship called the ute basketball team(?). They're tired
of this buffoon of a coach. I, for one, certainly hope the u keeps him on
indefinitely. The loner boylen stays, the better for the Cougs.
kept coach Rahe. But there is no reason he will leave Weber State. Maybe
Boylen can scream at another beat writer for the Utes.
Of these losses, Hines hurts the worst. Brown was a disappointment this year.
He clearly is not a jim boylen player. If we can get some solid
Juco talent in, we will be fine. Now, our most urgent need is a point guard.
Our defense is solid. We just need someone to direct everyone around.
Departure of these guys is another indicator or weak coaching!
Hines is better than Henderson. Had a better feel for when to shoot. Took better
shots. Made a better percentage. Should've played more than he did.
As a season ticket holder (6) I have NO problem with these athletes leaving. I
don't know who was at fault, but Drca and Brown did not step up last year.
Either they couldn't learn/listen or Boylen can't teach, but their consistently
poor choices in shots and passes were maddening. Now we might soon see which it
is. Of the four, I wish that Matt Read had stuck and achieved. After watching
the NCAA's in SLC, one is struck that we need a bunch of 6'9" studs, not a group
of 6" guards. Good luck, Jim.
you will still have marshmellow!
Sounds like Hines is also going to transfer. No wonder the Utes went 14-17, I
agree Boylen had no leadership on this team and it appears half a roster full of
quitters. At least he wants to win.
Hey, cut the coach some slack. The people who left weren't helping the team
anyway. Give Boylen a comple of more years and I think he'll turn it around.
He's a decent man and a good coach.
I am glad to see the Giac era finally come to an end with this transfer. Brown
led the team in turnovers and has not improved since he was playing a freshman,
just like Tillie and Drca. He was terrible in the last few games of the season
and this team lacked leadership all year that these 3 players should have
provided. Brown could have been a leader next year, but is making the choice to
walk away instead. True great players at Utah go on to play in the NBA, they
don't transfer. Carlon should have asked Justin Hawkins how his transfer worked
out going into his Senior year. It is interesting that fans get
after Boylen, and don't acknowledge that Green, Nevill, Borha and Kepkay all
improved under Boylen from year one to year two. It is obvious to me that
Tillie, Drca and Brown were never the caliber of player to lead the Utes where
they are used to being. Watkins, Henderson, Hines and Washburn at
least showed they cared this year on the court.
there will be more in the coming days. you guys will be very surprised as to who
else is leaving.
Utah could have 5 Carlon Browns and would still be no good. They need to start
over from scratch. Get rid of all the players including the coach.Have
you been watching the NCAA tourney? All of the teams have several bigs that can
shoot, run, play defence and are mobile. Why can't Utah come with even one of
these types? We get players under 6'2".I can't understand why.
right....your BEST player is leaving. You, my friend, have a problem. When
players leave, they leave for a reason. The reason is they aren't happy playing
for their coach. Why do players not leave on other losing teams? Because they
believe in and respect the coach. The Ute players don't respect Boylen and don't
want to play for him. Hence, the departures....more to come. Stay tuned!
carlon will still have 1 year remaining.
Brown inept? I know of one game where he wasn't...he killed the Aggies.
Asking if Carlon can play at a lower division -- like Weber State? This just in
-- Weber State, like Utah, Utah State, UVU, SUU and YBU ARE ALL DIVISION I. Carlon, looking for somewhere to play -- go to Dixie State. They went to
the tourney this year and I'm sure they'd be glad to have you step right in and
lead them for a year.
Carlon is one of those people who has never taken responsibility for anything he
has ever done wrong. Some players take a play or two off, Carlon would take
whole games off and blame everyone else for the problems. His leaving will be
addition by subtraction. For those that were wondering, he does have a redshirt
year which he can use so he will be able to go to a D1 school and have one year
to play.Boylen has made some mistakes in recruiting but he is going to put
his stamp on this team. Hopefully the new players he brings in will play the
type of ball he wants to play (can you say Michigan State).One last thing
BYU fans. Rose is a very good coach but he didn't save your program. The thanks
for saving your program go to Steve Cleveland who came in and cleaned up Roger
Brown will have to sit out a year and will have a year to play anywhere he
wants. The only time you lose a year is transferring within your own conference.
FYI, Weber st is just as much D1 as anyone else in hoops. Not sure what you
Dark Times are upon BYU won the MWC this year in Basketball, BYU beat Utah in
football this year. I guess that means that BYU owns Utah right? Yeah right.
When is the last time BYU has been ranked in the top five in any sport? When is
the last time BYU has gone undefeated? The wheel will turn, Utah
will break cougar hearts again. The sun will come out, tomorrow. It has been mentioned for several weeks that Utah doesn't have enough
scholarships for some of their players and some would have to leave. It's not like the good players are leaving.
Yeah, unfortunately for the Y, with their obviously superior talent, the Pac-10
is bringing in Utah.
@About TimeROFL - exactly
It's been 3 years since byu has won a conference title in football. The utes
have two undefeated football seasons in the last five. Give me a break I
wouldn't call taking 3 place in a very good football conference struggling. As
far as hoops go, u r correct go cougs. U have one good season and all of a
sudden Dave Rose and Jimmer(who I actually like mostly because he is amazing on
the court and he dosent act like a punk in front of the mic or cry all the time
like other high profile cougs) invented basketball. Good luck this year with
your all-world qb sounds much like the hype ben olsen had.
A 4th is leaving now, I forget his name.Supremacy in this state in
hoops (and football) looks to be BYUs for the next few years at least.
Good RiddanceCarlon Brown was the most inept player this year - even
though Drca gave him a lot of competitionBring in someone who
decides what to do before jumping into the air and then creating a turnover
So what? A bunch of players are leaving a team that didn't win. If they were
so great they would have played more and they would have won more. Maybe the
guys that are staying are hard working kids and will turn out to be winners.
Agreed. Brown effectively loses his eligibility unless he goes to a lower
division to finish his career. Could he play at Weber State?The
fact he will basically be done playing basketball speaks volumes that he would
rather leave than just put up with it another year.Of course, with
everybody finally leaving, Boylen can get his own guys. He may be happy with
these events. I'm a Cougar fan but I wouldn't wish this type of situation on any
team, except maybe New Mexico.
Brown knows. When will the Utes learn?
He was the player I enjoyed watching the most. I don't blame him for leaving, he
should be a potential NBA draft pick, and he's not even on the radar. Switching
schools doesn't really bode well for him though, I doubt he'll be successful
elsewhere with just one year left. Boylen should have convinced him to stay,
seems like it should have been an easy sell.
This is crazy, what is going on? Seriously.
The bomb is blowing up underground for now. Boylen has lost his team and nobody
wants to play for him. Next year we'll be looking for another coach.
Who else has left besides Brown? What is going on at the U? Boylen was a
terrible hire; too bad the Utes are 0-for-2 in trying to lure Stew Morrill away
from Logan and that he'd never leave at this point.
Players exiting - BYU owning them in basketball this year and Football 3 of the
last 4 games! I would say the Ute Sports Program is definitely struggling. Come
on Utes - Make it competitive!
Yet another exmaple of an erosion of confidence in Boylen...with very little
returning next year and losing rank and file players, sure beggining to look a
lot like Ray J. of a few years ago...to bad seems like a very nice guy, but
maybe not a good coach.
Okay ... this was totally unexpected.How often do Juniors transfer
schools? This makes no sense. Unless he has a redshirt year to burn, his
college career is effectively over, but even if he does have a redshirt
available, he has one year to assimilate to a new school, program, it's playing
style and compete for playing time.Carlon - I hope you know what you
are doing. Good luck to you in the future.
The mass exodus continues. Players can't get off the team quick enough. What
cracks me up is his mention that playing with the Utes wasn't his style of ball.
If you read in-between the lines, he was saying his style of ball was WINNING as
opposed to what the Utes have been playing..... a LOSING style.
BWAAAHAAAHAAAA!!!! COUGARS RULE, UTES DROOL!!!! =)
The players vote with their "feet".The fans vote with their
"feet".The AD won't do anything.A dark post season for
Three leaving now? Whats up with U?