I'd go with Nick Honor, Sean East, Isiaih Mosley, Noah Carter, Kobe Brown ... or maybe you go with D'Moi Hodge over East and bring East off the bench as the next ball-handler. And you could play Mo Diarra at the five and slip Brown down to the four, but in this offense they won't play with a traditional five most of the time and Brown will be the "big man" on the floor. The staff really likes all the versatility they can have. Brown has gotten into great shape under the new strength coach. He looks far more fit and athletic.
I really don't think they're dissecting his comments at all.
It's a glitch in the box that I can't fix. Hopefully it'll get fixed next week.
I don't see the point midseason. Who takes over? Bush Hamdan called plays at Washington. But I respect Drinkwitz for holding himself accountable to fix the situation they're in.
The problem with playing Abraham at this point is it doesn't help you at all next year because he's gone after this season. The upside to playing Horn now, even just a few series, is you get him experience for 2023 so he's not completely untested. I feel like if they thought Abraham gave the team a better chance to win than Cook then we'd have seen him already.
There are real concerns about the trajectory. That much I know. Nothing substantial I can report right now, but it's not like he's getting a free pass for 2022. University leaders are watching closely and want to know why the program isn't having more success in year three.