The sky is not falling coaching wise. It may be player wise, we may lose recruits, have transfers and Jawun may go pro. All of that said, Underwood was in way over his head. I emailed back and forth with the man several times. We talked about what he should be doing offensively. It was clear there that man was insanely stubborn. The 0-6 stretch was not because of the players it was completely on him. He could not adapt to the structure of this team. Danny Henderson saved this team and final convinced Underwood to change our defensive scheme. Underwood had to be convinced over and over again. He was so stubborn he wanted to stay with the up the line and down the line strategy no matter what even after we won. The facts: 1: He had to be convinced to change a defensive scheme that was horribly flawed for his current team. It took him a painful 0-6 conference skid to change it. 2: My conversations with him were on how horribly he used Forte in the middle part of the season. The man had zero understanding how to use Forte and Juwan together. 3: 1-7 against the top 4 teams in our conference. 4- WVU game philosophy first time around, would not listen to his ast. coaches about the way to beat them. He was convinced slowing the pace of the game after made baskets was the right thing to do. We beat them the second time because coaches made him stop being so stubborn. He let his team inbound the ball when the press was not set and when it was ran press breakers. 5- Every single elite offensive team besides WS he lost to. There a numerous other times this team under performed because of the coach. His leaving may have screwed us player wise but honestly he wasn't a great coach. If you believe he is, then you are hanging on the he is a Shaka Smart type guy limp, a coach who must have his perfect guys or else he is a fish out of water. I can see that point but he isn't Bill Self and not worth top 10 money in NCAA.