Woodson never should've been hired, he was never a remotely good candidate.
There was a video posted earlier in this thread. Poor shooting, inefficient long 2s instead of 3s, struggling to guard the perimeter; yeah, his Knicks teams had those same problems. So it's systemic and he's shown zero ability to fix those issues.
Is it on Woodson and staff? Yes, it is. They had a chance to move toward perimeter oriented style and doubled down on playing through the post. Roster isn't great but enough talent to not get punked at home by shorthanded PSU and NW and a Nebraska team that's bad on the road. You don't need talent to play hard either and FTs are the easiest shot in the game.
We probably shouldn't talk about recruiting. There's 1 commit and it's not looking good for the likes of Sisley and Mullins in 2025. They went all in on 3 player for 24, and landed 1.
Giving a bad coach all the time in the world isn't a solution. He said he was hired to be a bridge and a rebuild is needed after 3 years because of how badly it's been handled, that alone should mean year 4 isn't deserved.