I agree that consistency is a must, and I think this goes back to something @ricohill mentioned in another thread, and that's that this team lacks identity. I think if we had an identity to cling to the coaching turnover wouldn't have as big an impact, but because we don't have a base every time we change something it is a complete mindset overhaul. If we pick one thing and stick with it and grow around it, I think the program would be better.HT59 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:41 pmThis team, among other things needs continuity. I have mentioned the round robin of assistant coaches. Most responses said that was part of mid major college basketball. There were always any number of good coaches waiting in the wings. Bullshit, not buying it at all. These guys need some consistency and structure year to year. It appears to me that coaching the game is not the biggest challenge Muller faces. Some of the pregame body language indicates he has lost the team. Maybe not completely lost them but they clearly have different agendas. IMO, the erratic play is a reflection of the behind the scenes conditions of the program.
That said, I disagree with that he has lost the team. I think he still has the team, I think these guys love him (unless Phil's relative can say otherwise with inside info), but I don't think that we have a team. I think we have talented guys, and I think 1 on 1 our guys could take on anyone in the league and win. But together, we often seem to be working against each other. I think we also lack composure (rare for having 4 seniors), mental fortitude, and overall BBIQ. I think he "has" the guys, but I don't think we have the team right now.