I characterize this MBB season (since that was the basis of this thread) as very frustrating one. The expectation level before the season began was high and it was warranted based on what we accomplished in '19-'20. Obviously losing your best all around player was a huge blow and it certainly took some time for the team to acclimate to the absence. Last night was a tough pill to swallow based on how we were playing, but to say that there might be a "tough time seeing Kelly firing Gregory" is very unfair. Coach Gregory inherited something that was beyond a mess and had it turned around in year 2. He cannot be faulted for the injury that was sustained. Obviously, we all hope Alexis Yetna is healthy next season and with Caleb Murphy coming in we have the chance to make that step to the upper tier of the AAC. We are on the right path with Coach Gregory.
You bring up a great point about the limited resources. That shouldn't be something that has to be that way. I know I am preaching to choir here since most of you who post support us through buying tickets, being Bulls Club members, etc.(those who don't can contact me if they are interested). You'd be surprised with some of the conversations that I have during the day with lapsed donors/ticket members. As Coach Scott has said, we need to be United from Start to Finish. Once our supporters are, then we will really move forward in the direction that we all want.