I'm at a crossroads. I don't want to stop supporting the team bc of the players. I really love the players. They deserve our support. They have a ton of pressure at such a young age, playing for Indiana. I feel like Yogi Ferrell is a championship caliber PG who was built for March. He may miss the tournament for 2 of the 3 years he's been here. On the other hand, it's impossible to get excited about IU basketball going forward. I feel like I'm being forced to either accept mediocrity or be shown the door. I grew up playing and having an immense passion for basketball. I played on very successful teams and have been around some excellent coaches. I feel like when I watch an IU game I'm being taught my ABC's once again, only in Mandarin Chinese this go round. It's like I'm being told that everything I have learned about basketball was wrong. It's frustrating beyond measure. Does anyone else feel like Tom Crean is continually trying to reinvent the wheel? The fundamental principles of the game on the court and on the sidelines, doesn't need gross change. Tom Crean is not innovative!!!!! That win against Maryland at home was not innovative genius. It was an anomaly. We shot 80% from 3 and over 60% from the field. If you go back and watch the game, you will maybe see 3-4 shots that weren't contested. Now I don't want to come off as a pretentious prick that thinks that I could be a better coach than Tom Crean. I couldn't. What I am saying is that I know basketball well enough to see that this doesn't work. It's dysfunctional at best.