Tag Archives: Shaka Smart
The Peterson Principle 4/1/13
Written by tpeterson on April 1, 2013 — Leave a Comment
When Dan Guerrero fired Ben Howland did he have Steve Alford in mind? With Shaka Smart and Brad Stevens spurning UCLA’s offers Guerrero turned to Alford but was this really his third choice?
Posted in Uncategorized | Also tagged Andy Enfield, Arcadia Football, Azusa Pacific Baseball, Ben Howland, Billy Donovan, Brad Stevens, Dan Guerrero, Dixie State Baseball, Duke Basketball, Dusty Sanderson, Florida Gulf Coast Basketball, Gladstone Football, Gregg Marshall, Harvard Basketball, Indiana Basketball, Kevin Ware, La Puente Football, Louisville Basketball, Michigan Basketball, Mike Krzyzweski, NCAA, New Mexico Basketball, Rick Pitino, Steve Alford, SW Missouri State Basketball, Syracuse Basketball, Temple City Baseball, Trey Burke, UCLA Basketball, USC Basketball, Wichita State Basketball
The Peterson Principle 3/25/13
Written by tpeterson on March 25, 2013 — Leave a Comment
Virginia Commonwealth doesn’t look like such a cool story anymore when it gets blown out by 25 in the third round. Is Shaka Smart still a hot coaching prospect? It’s funny how a quick exit in March Madness can turn a coaching genius into a borderline moron.
Posted in Fanview, The Peterson Principle | Also tagged Aaron Craft, Arizona Basketball, Ben Howland, Blair, CIF, Crescent League, Crescenta Valley, Florida Gulf Coast Basketball, George Raveling, Glendale, Gonzaga Basketball, Harvard Basketball, Hoover, Jamie Dixon, Jordan Adams, Joshua Smith, Jrue Holiday, Kevin Love, LA Lakers, March Madness, Marshall, Miami Heat, Mike Krzyzewski, Minnesota Basketball, NBA, NCAA, NFL, Pac-12, Reeves Nelson, Rio Hondo League, San Antonio Spurs, Sherwood Brown, Tyler Lamb, UCLA Basketball, USC Basketball, Vander Blue, Victor Oladipo, Virginia Commonwealth Basketball