Please extract your head from your anus.gbgreenie wrote: ↑Tue Jan 15, 2019 1:07 amPlease end this waste of time we have the best coach credential wise in the history of the University and narrowly focused individuals that can't see in front their nose keep wanting to undermine every coach Dannon hires before they can establish a solid program. Dannon is giving the coaches free reign to build their programs even if it means taking a step or two back to set the stage for a solid program. Dunleavy is not going anywhere this year or next. Beyond that we all will see. So blowing this hot air about a coaching change is just that "HOT AIR"
Dunleavy has such a horrible record he'd be lucky to get re-hired by a D3 program. Seriously, your continued justification of Dunleavy maintaining his position is ludicrous. You are what your record says you are. Other coaches in D1 turn around programs in less than 3 years. Great coaches show a HUGE win increase in year one or two. Our program is so far removed from the approaching mediocre level it was at when he took over. We're three years into an obvious mistake. It needs to be fixed, at year end. That .250 winning percentage is all on Mike Dunleavy, and has little or nothing to do with him "cleaning house." He simply is not a good NCAA basketball coach, and that's being kind.