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Published: Friday, Jan. 11 2013 10:35 p.m. MST

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Bring Back Sloan
Provo, UT

I can fondly remember a Sloan team that would often be down by double digits and would somehow find a way to come back and win it. A lot of it was talent, but a lot of it was also coaching.

To watch the opposite happen to this Corbin lead squad is extremely difficult, frustrating and, quite frankly, embarrassing. Corbin never had that killer mentality as a player, why would he have it as a coach?

We'd be better off with a Malone lead team...now that's an interesting prospect. Sure, he wasn't the smoothest talker, but, boy did he have that killer mentality on the court. I loved how he would get after Ostertag for coming into camp out of shape and for not hustling. Ah, those were the days...

Dennis, Mr. GM, step up to the plate. Make the necessary call and replace Corbin.

Bring Back Sloan
Provo, UT

I can fondly remember a Sloan team that would often be down by double digits and would somehow find a way to come back and win it. A lot of it was talent, but a lot of it was also coaching.

To watch the opposite happen to this Corbin lead squad is extremely difficult, frustrating and, quite frankly, embarrassing. Corbin never had that killer mentality as a player, why would he have it as a coach?

We'd be better off with a Malone lead team...now that's an interesting prospect. Sure, he wasn't the smoothest talker, but, boy did he have that killer mentality on the court. I loved how he would get after Ostertag for coming into camp out of shape and for not hustling. Ah, those were the days...

Dennis, Mr. GM, step up to the plate. Make the necessary call and replace Corbin.

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