I saw this in a Deseret News article about Tuesday's game.
"What do you want me to say, guys?" a glum Giacoletti said after emerging from the locker room. "At some point, enough's enough. I'm tired of losing. I'm tired of doing things a certain way. ... I don't care who's coaching the team or what the circumstances are, you stand up and go get something done."
Well I guess it's good Giacoletti is finally tiring of losing, I mean it only took 11 games to get this far. I don't know if this will usher in change, but at least he realizes things aren't going as planned. And I guess once a coach accepts that his plan has failed he either quits, or tries something else. I'm not sure Giacoletti will quit, but maybe realizing perimeter defense is a must will alter his defensive strategy just a bit.
Here's hoping that things actually do change and Utah starts playing better ball. While the season is pretty much lost, Utah can still make a run at a strong conference finish and I guess that's better than finishing at the bottom again.