What better way to end another basketball season than to say it like it is; "There's always next year."
That pretty much sums it up for me SOS.
By any measure or rationalization, this year was a disappointement.
Doesn't mean there is no hope for the future, but for me this year dampens the optimism just a little.
But with talent comes hope and in the next two years at least, it seems the influx will continue.
One point I'd like to make is we cannot accept underachievement. When you do that complacency sets in.
It's O.K. to say let's give CJJ time. I can live with that. I will.
But there must be tangible progress we can see beyond recruiting. And there should be accountablility demanded by the fan base or else the status quo will continue as long as the recruiting is fine.
This year has raised legitimate concerns and red flags. CJJ has to address those and show he can answer them.
I'll be there supporting, but my kind is a dying breed. Apathy is a program killer and there ain't a whole lot of people left who care enough to hold us to a standard that will get the program to where I want it.
Keep the talent coming in, but don't stop there.