#1. Do coaches really care about their players or are they more concerned on the success of their programs and willing to turn through players just so say they have been successful? #2. If a program had a successful regular season but lost in the first round of the tournament would you still consider the program to have had a successful year? #3. If the best player on team had a mediocre year and others players struggled throughout the year should the coach still receive accolades for a good year? #4. Are coaches suppose to coach the team or are they also suppose help players become better players which will in return make the team strong? Or maybe a combination of both? #5. If the coach never really provides individual instructions to his players to help them play better is he really a good coach? #6. If the coach is the ultimate authority on and off the field does the team really have any leadership on the field? #7. Is is common for players to disassociate themselves from a college program after they graduated? #8. Is it fair for a coach to say they've given up on a player his 2nd yr?