Got a lot of good links today, including one about a man representing behind enemy lines.
I appreciate that HCCW is at least considering changes in coaching. I think that ultimately he needs to hand the coordinating off to someone else and focus on the head coaching part of the job. This fits into his promise of trying whatever it takes to get the offense going.
I definitely agree this is encouraging, but I'm not going to call this a wholesale change. Essentially, this is like an owner of a restaurant saying the kitchen is taking on a whole new direction when the only change made is who does the prep work in the morning. The beginning may look a bit different, but ultimately, you are likely to get the same dish as before.
Even given what I said above, this "shake-up" almost feels like a way to shift blame. If the offense continues to perform poorly, he can say that it must not have been him, since these other guys couldn't do it either. If it works out, he can still take some credit since he has final say. I'm not sure if he would actually do this, but it definitely stinks.
Unfortunately, I think we would need to pull a couple upsets for Heeney to win DPOY.
Shoe contracts are ridiculous these days... It's nice to see Oubre repping the team.
I get the feeling that there will be a lot of foul outs early in the year. Should give us a good chance to look at our depth though. And Big East games will have even more fouls.