I keep reading about the failure of Few and what he had done with his teams. I keep seeing that if Few would have developed Nunez and Coleman, things might have been different. Do any of you guys out there really think that they would have made much of a difference? While athletically gifted, Nunez was lost most of the time out there. Coleman is challenged. I know that some of you will say that if they played them more they would get more confidence, or Few and his staff can't or didn't develop these two. It so obvious that Few and his staff didn't because you guys were in practice to see if they earned the playing time, and know the ins and outs of the program. Gonzaga has been able to take under the radar talent for years and develop them is players that make Gonzaga what they are. They took Dan Dickau from a bench warmer to a first team All-American. They developed Morrison into college player of the year. Kelly Olynyk was after thought by most of the Gonzaga fans as well as all of college basketball. First team All-American. Was that just luck by Few and his staff? Just because they came from the Big East, doesn't make them great. I hope they get better and become stars at Gonzaga. We have no idea what goes on in practice. We don't know if they are picking up the offense and working hard to get those minutes. I will trust in a coach that has 400 victories and developed the talent like they do. I know that some are bitter, but to say that he doesn't know how to coach or develop talent doesn't hold water.