Yeah, I know. It's Senior day. I'm not going to waste time chanting one more year. I'm going to skip past our run to the Final Four and start looking at things that greatly intrigue me, not about our team next year.
Bob Huggin's Return to Manhattan. Imagine if you will for just a second you just left a job after a month because you couldn't bear a micro-managing Boss. Now, Imagine that company bought your next job out and you were sent to work with that same Micro-managing Boss.
Ben Howland to Baylor. It's a natural fit, go to a big time school, start out great, get fired because you cannot control the kids on or off the Court. For Ben Howland he needs recruited player there and in the fold for him to mold. He can win a lesser league with 3-4 star players but cannot win with the kids he has.
Baylor "shockingly" dismissing Scott Drew. To anyone outside of this conference this would be a major Earthquake of revelations, Certainly he should be given the benefit of the doubt for bringing in these big time kids. For those of us who know, that had a mediocre Coach had these kids the last two seasons they would have won at least 1 conference title.
Brad Stevens to UCLA,,,,, Who else even remotely fits?
Tom Crean > Thad Matta, Tom Crean > Tom Izzo. Looks like Indiana Basketball is relevant again.
Seeing what Bowers/Dixon/Pressey can do against the SEC. Specifically, what they can do when they play against Arkansas in Frank Haith Court.
When will Memphis and Louisville become 11, and 12 respectively in our 12 team conference?
Who will replace Joe Dooley when he leaves, deservedly, for his own coaching job after this season? I just cringed a bit when I posted that, but I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see a former player stepping up.
Who will be the lock in step player of the year in October, who will fall flat on his face, much like Jared Sullinger did this year in Columbus? Still too early to decide that But I'm putting you on notice Jack Cooley!
Of course, as Always, When will the NCAA finally get Tax Evasion Charges against John "Capone" Calipari? Side note, Why do our bad Apples always end up in Kentucky?