Originally Posted by berraco
Frankly, after six years playing this game, with the physical superiority he has against all his rivals, if he hasn't been able to develop almost any kind of offensive game it can only be because of one out of three things: bad coaching, he's lazy or he is unable to do it.
I mean if you think Jim Calhoon is a bad coach then thats your opinion. But all I have read in the past week is quotes and stories from the coaching staff from UCONN about how hard he works and how he would learn one move and then practice it over and over again. Maybe their just doing the cliche thing and talking up their guy. But Rudy gay didnt get nearly this much love when he left UCONN.