I disagree with her having done a "decent" job. She took a team that had underachieved for the past three seasons and got them to the SEC tournament championship game, and a 4th place finish in the regular season conference race. They lost in the second round of the NCCA tourney but, the team they lost to was a higher seeded team. So, let's not act like they were supposed to win that game. For a coach to inherit a team that has perenially underachieved for the preceding three seasons, and get seniors in their last year to buy into her philosophy, is more than just a "decent" job. Now the challenge is to rebuild the program after the departure of six senior players. The fact that the team is starting to show some progress at this point is actually earlier than I'd have expected. I honestly didn't think they'd mentally recover from the loss at USC but they did. So, she's doing something right.
But she does need time to rebuild. So, anyone who suggests that she's not doing a good job is someone who's probably not following the team much at all.
This post was edited on 1/21 at 10:20 am