Snack PACYou're right - I was totally talking about the future.
Just like what this article was about.Maybe you can tell me why byu
fans only like to "talk" on Utah articles. Is it because you have
nothing to say about your own team?
Snack PacWhat are you doing tomorrow?
QPUtah fans love to live in the past and future, because they have
Coach K has a great staff and a lot higher level of talent coming in next year.
I expect next years team will be much improved. They are obviously in the
middle of a big rebuilding project but they have laid a good foundation and the
players have bought into what the coaches have started.The Utes and
the PAC 12 are on the rebound and will both be getting better next year and for
years to come. The conference has a great deal of money and a national TV
network that will televise all of the games next year. That will bring talented
athletes more than anything. I know coug fans don't like to admit it but the
PAC 12 is not the WCC. They won't stay down for long - we will find out
tomorrow but I wouldn't be surprised if the WCC only gets two teams in the
tourney and te PAC will probably get three - even on a down year.
goodDr. said:".....Plus, two bid conferences don't really get
the best basketball recruits."I agree. 12=the number
of ESPNU recruits going to the PAC12 in 2012.0= the number of ESPNU
recruits going to the WCC in 2012.
From this team, I can see Cedric Martin, Dijon Farr, Javon Dawson with a good
chance of coming back as role players. Kareem had way too many turnovers and
mental breakdowns down the stretch, he may be better served looking elsewhere,
which hurts to say because I liked the kid a lot. I also think Anthony Odunsi
really showed flashes of potential the chances he got in limited minutes in the
last 5 games or so, doing a good job finding ways to score and getting rebounds,
so he could be a maybe.
@mesoute and u90So you guys don't even know anything about your own
recruits? Loveridge most certainly is LDS although I believe that I read he
isn't planning on going on a mission.But you never know. Suffering
through a year of beatdowns could change anyones mind, and he is going to spend
next year geting the crud kicked out of him with the rest of the team.
goodDr. = too pessimistic. Loveridge probably wont go on a mission because he's
not LDS. Foster has indicated he's coming back.KamUte = too
optimistic. The only D1 talent on the current roster is Washburn and maybe
Hines. Storey, Martin and everyone else on the roster are not legit D1 talent
Answers at utah: Nobody and No.
Loveridge is not LDS. So it stands to reason he will not serve a Mormon mission.
Come on people
Still have faith in the Coach. They'll do much better, but maybe not .500
yet.Just wondering - why so many people, as a whole [not necessarily
this article], have to be so negative . . .Hope everyone has a
wonderful weekend, what with it being Selection Sunday and all.
GoodDr.I have news for you, Loveridge is not planning to go on a
mission at this point.More news, Foster is most definitely coming
back. Done deal.And even more good news for you, the Utes will
absolutely get double digit wins next year ... take it to the bank. The question
will be can they get to .500.It'll take some time to rebuild the
program, but as long as we can keep this staff together for a while, things will
get better and better. Utah finally has a coach.
goodDr. you have no idea what you're talking about.Foster has
already said he's coming back. Loveridge has never mentioned a mission and I
don't think its on his mind.With Foster, Washburn, Olsen, and
Bachynski in the middle. Loveridge will be a good small forward. We'll be the
longest team in the Pac12The question is who will fill the other
spots. Good luck to the coaches to figure it out and good luck to the guys who
are released. Its going to be some tough decisions but I trust the coaching
staff knows what they want and what the team needs.I see next year's
team in double digit wins. Can't wait to see the new schedule!
First recruit, Jeff Judkins. I don't know why Utah can't seal this op right
under their nose. Jeff as an assistant coach and recruiter in the Men's Pac-12
should be an easy deal. He's a successful coach that can light enthusiasm into
anyone, but is in the WCC now. please.
"The cold hard truth is some of the current members of the Utah basketball
team aren't good enough to play in the Pac-12."But, they are in
the Pac-12. That is the only recruiting edge Utah has now. Kids today can't
remember back to Utah's 40 years of basketball glory. Utah can only pick up kids
that want to play in a big conference but aren't good enough to be there.The coaches need to see Moneyball. Then find a way a way to get the best
team from a pool outside the Pac-12 recruiting region. Hint, start with the
state of Utah.
Washburn, Storey, Martin and Loveridge will win some games next year. As a Utah
fan, we know we hit the lowest point possible. It only goes up from here. Need a strong forward, and some shooters. The defense was very good at
times. Ball control was horrible at best. Too many turnovers and poor shooting
hurt the team. There are a couple of kids that are not good enough to play
division 1 let alone PAC 12. PAC 12 will be stronger this upcoming
year. The only thing that matters in hoops is post season play.
Knowing that, Utah did not do well but neither are the other teams in Utah.
Billy, Billy, Billy, keep drinking the Kool-Aid. Foster is gone, and so is your
inside game. No way do they reach double digit wins next year. It may even be
2-3 years away. The question is does Loveridge even come back after his mission,
or go anywhere else that might win and get into the NIT. Plus, two bid
conferences don't really get the best basketball recruits.