Feb. 18, 2012 Post-Miami Press Conference with Jeff Bzdelik Reporter: "Shot really well in the first half, obviously the 2nd-half not nearly as well. Was it their defense? Was it what you were doing?" Bzdelik: "I think it was a little bit of everything. You know, we had some looks we couldn't get down. (Indiscernible) little bit more aggressively. It's our lack of an inside presence really puts a lot of pressure on our perimeter players to make shots. So it just kind of wears on us as the game goes on ... Kadji is a tough matchup for us. Durand Scott is a tough matchup for us. Reggie is a tough matchup for us ." It's jaw-dropping. The team has a 22 point 2nd-half where they allow the other team to drop over 40 on them, and lost by almost 20 again (we would have lost by 20+ if Miami hadn't kicked on the mercy brakes at the end). Then post-game, "Coach" Bzdelik has the gall to respond to a reporter's question about the team's dumpster fire of a half-game by saying "It was a little bit of everything, [but it wasn't] anything I was doing. It's our lack of an inside presence this time. The players. Unaggressive. Not the guards fault. This time the bigs' fault. Not my fault." I could not call this man my "coach" in a million years. I feel bad for the players and hope for either an immediate move to insert an interim coach (Battle) take the pressure off of the AD to make a hire within a more compressed post-season time-frame, or some assurance from Wellman that Bzdelik will not be back. I was already embarrassed and humiliated for what he's done to our once proud program, and now I'm ashamed that our 'coach' adamantly refuses to assume responsibility, nonchalantly responds to everyone's shock and concern at how horrible we are & glibly, routinely runs over the players, backs over them, and runs over them again to escape accountability.