Jim Boylen has had a tough year. Not only did his Utes limp to a fourteen-win season, a good chunk of the talent from that squad decided to bail on the program.
It's not an easy situation for Boylen, who just completed his third season at Utah.
Yet he seems upbeat about the future prospects of a program he is struggling to rebuild.
Boylen sat down with the Deseret News to discuss those struggles and what the future holds for Utah basketball. It was a candid interview that offers up an idea of what to expect out of Boylen over the next year (and potentially beyond).
It's a good read and hopefully what he says happens. Boylen is obviously in a must-win situation entering next year. Can he do it?