You gotta love Coach K. Can't wait to see where the program heads this
year. I highly doubt that Utah will make the NCAA this year, but you never
know. They will most likely end up in the NIT with Down Under's byU team,
which will be sweet after the 12/14/13 redemption game.2014-2015 is
the season I am really looking forward to. Hopefully no more patsy OOC schedule
and a LOT of growth.Go Utes!!Onward and Upward
Down under, glad to see you've fully recovered from that apparently
near-fatal illness that struck some time late September 21st. Back to business
as usual for you...
Not going to make a difference. It will be the same as the last two years. The
utes will get beat again by BYU and finish below 500.
RonBergundy,You're way off, what Krystko's doing is a very
rare thing. Most programs have their assistants specialize with "bigs"
or "smalls" and do so for both sides of the ball. I'm sure
Kystkowiak still does something similar but has included an overall specialty to
his top two assistants by making them offensive and defensive
First off, I'm a cougar fan. Coach K seems like a great guy though and is
doing a good job of rebuilding a program. They have some young, but raw talent
up there this year.And as far as the offensive, defensive
"coordinator" spots, a lot of coaching staffs already implement this.
I'm kind of surprised that this is new for the Utes.
I am very encouraged with the work Coach K has done with his team the last
couple of yeras. He took over in a real tough situation and I have faith it will
all turn around. Look for 2014-15 to be a great year for Utah football and
basketball. Then recruiting will get better as well.
The Utes finally have the man who can restore the team to the caliber we have
previously been used to. I believe this is the year we can start to contend and
possible make the tourney. Next year- buckle up.