utah will do well in the pac 12 and clyburn will not hurt us at all,we will get
some players from out of state who can play bb.
@socaluteYou've gotta admit that was just tee'd up for me to hit.
Glad to see the BYU fans showing their obsession with all things Utah; way to go
I have never heard so many players waffle about their future just because of a
coaching change. I don't understand why Clyburn would want to Redshirt between
his junior and senior year. That makes no sense to me.
If the players leave, that is ok. They were the best players on a bad team
meaning they will be a mediocre player somewhere else. If your loyalty is to a
coach, then go chase Boylen and lose a Division 1 season. If they want to play
top competition and improve, stick around. We want players that want to be here.
This is real life. Get tough or get out. This is not the NBA and there isn't
anyone on Utah's roster that will get a sniff from any pro team.
@ Ducky, Don't be so quick to laugh. The problem for the past two years has not
been with the talent of the players, it has been the coaching. As in, NO
fundamentals taught at all.The Utes will be a contender next season. even
in the PAC12.Coach K was an NBA guy who was a 'BIG', after 3 years
at the U, Foster will finally learn how to play as a 'Big'.Mark my
I read a lot of doubt and negative thoughts. I will predict that at least two
players leave the program and possibly 3. This will cause this train wreck on
the hill to last at least five years. Look for coach K to leave in two to three
years. AAAAHHHHHH what a century to be a ute.
Kiboo | 12:16 p.m. April 5, 2011 West Jordan, Utah "If the
players are looking to win immediately, Utah is probably not the place for
them."I couldn't have said it any better myself! LOL
If the players are looking to win immediately, Utah is probably not the place
for them. If they are willing to put in the hard work and turn the program
around in two to three years, Utah is where they belong.
I like Clyburn and how he plays, but his comments make me wonder if he is about
winning or if he is all about personal glory.I know he like Boylen, but
when you are coming off such a miserably season, one would think that a change
would be welcome.It certainly is a welcome change among the fans.
bigutefan; hahahahahahaha! That is really funny. Go from one of the
premier teams / schools in the country who will likely be even better next year
to one of the worst teams in the country who are likely to struggle for the next
3 years. Yup, I am sure that will happen. Really though, If the new
coach can get these guys to play up to their abilities as a TEAM, which they did
not do much of this year, and he can bring in one good recruit and a couple of
role players, he will be on the way to a winning season within 2-3 years and
maybe a NCAA bid within 5. Optimism is good but reality is that this team is a
long way from good.
I hope all the players stay, but let one go (my vote is for DiMaria) and then go
get Brandon Davies to sign.
For the sake of the program, I hope all the players stay. They have a chance to
right their sinking program of the last few years. If they can turn it around,
it'll be quite the memory for them and be great for their NBA chances. I hope these kids have success against everyone they play, except for my
Hope Clyburn stays, it sounds like he's leaning towards leaving, but we'll see
what happens. Also, I hope O'Brien stays he was a bright spot in the program
last year and has shown good potential.
These guys have no idea what awaits them. Krysko has the ability to coach and
instill real toughness, instead of just talking about it. Buckle up, Utes.