What a season. Not all would agree, but this was a very good season! To loose all talent and win their conference and regular season title was awesome. They overcame some key injuries in Bell and Dower and still made it to the round of 32. There is much to build on. Karno is a beast. The kid is getting better at a alarming rate. At this pace, he might be gone after next year. They will have seniors at guard. Guard play in college basketball is huge. We also get to see the new and improved Kyle Wiltjer. I'm looking forward to seeing if Both Nunez and Coleman can work their way into the rotation. It's been heavily debate about the state of the program and when will they take it to the next level and if Few can take them there. After reading the posts over the season. It's seems to some, but not all that Gonzaga has not taken that next step. In my humble opinion, it's clear as day that they are and have. They are doing it with Make Few at the helm. Last year Gonzaga reached milestone that have never been reach in the schools history. A number one ranking and a one seed. Is that not taking the next step? Gonzaga recruiting has got much better over the years. They will never be able to recruit at level of most the top conference programs on a regular basis, but they are finding talent all over the world. Now they are getting some upper talent from here in the states in a Josh Perkins. Perkins, who is No. 24 in the ESPN 100 and the No. 6 point guard in the nation, chose the Bulldogs over UCLA and Minnesota. He joins shooting guard Silas Melson (Portland, Ore./Jefferson) in the of 2014 class. That sounds like thats taking the next step to me. I know that I'm going to change the minds of anyone, but the facts are they are a program moving forward. A program with a Mark Few directing it all.