Good look at the reasons why a great player wants to stay at the Low/Mid Major level. Jairus Lyles scored 19 points in the first 5:00 of the second half against us at UMBC this year. He can really score.
The issue with Malcolm Butler and the Super Bowl makes me think a lot about team discipline. Butler had played in 98% of the Patriots defensive snaps this year, was dressed and active for the Super Bowl, yet didn’t play a single defensive snap in the Super Bowl. He got on the field for one […]
Mike DeCourcy with a great look at the gradual shift towards the high major leagues in college basketball.
An important, and often overlooked characteristic of great leadership.
Interesting look at the balance between fairness and exposure smaller conferences face with men’s basketball.
“If I say it, you doubt it. If you say it, it’s true.” – Tom Hopkins, Communications Expert It’s a great axiom to think about as a coach. If you are constantly telling your teammates what to do, they’ll give you what they can up to a certain point. But if you get them to […]
One of the smartest and most self-aware coaches you’ll ever find.
“I know that if I’m going to play in this league, it will be about being that 12th-15th guy, knowing that role and what to do,” he said. “It’s humbling, but you accept your role.”
This week’s interview on Downtown with Rich Kimball.