After a grid search of several thousand miles, Search and Rescue teams have temporarily suspended the search for Judge Keller. Judge was last seen at a quarry wistfully watching young men throwing rocks effortlessly into the hole. Interestingly, none of those young men was wearing orange.
Hope remains that Judge will resurface again and will once again regale unbelievers of the coaching prowess of BB and the need to be patient much as our country has been in Afghanistan.
Being able to shoot the ball in the hoop has nothing to do with coaching. Earlier in the season the Tigers were burning the eyes out of the nets from 3-point range. Now they can't throw the ball in the ocean. That has nothing to do with coaching or recruiting. This is still the same team that beat Alabama and Fl. State this season. This is a problem between the ears of the players. IF they snap out of it they still could be a very good team, but it's evident something has happened to this locker room.
Lighten up. I like Judge Keller a lot and actually like Brownell too. I have defended BB to friends many times over the years. It's a tough job trying to build a basketball program at Clemson. However, while it may have happened, I'm not familiar with a run like we have had this year. The team started off very well, but the last three games have truly been completely noncompetitive. I still remain hopeful that the team will get things turned around. Judge Keller has been a very forceful advocate for Brownell in the past.
I would honestly like the Judge's take on what he thinks is the issue. Judge is usually fairly vocal re: CU basketball.