This guy seems to be revered by ESPN. He can do no wrong, gets a free recruitment ad in the form of a credit card commercial, and is never shown in a bad light during games. Yet, the one game I witnessed him in person, he's foaming, he's grilling the refs about a play 10 minutes ago, and he's cussing as much, if not more, than his "mentor", Knight. So why is ESPN not showing this side of him? The cameras should be on him all the time, not just when he's being soft spoken and a "leader of young men." Give us a break: Another do as I say, not do as I do guy is not needed at this level. IMHO.