David Glenn on: Miami Basketball, 2008
During his first three seasons, using rosters built primarily by his predecessor Perry Clark, Miami coach Frank Haith went 46-49 overall, had three straight losing records in conference play, and didn’t do much in the postseason with a pair of NIT bids.
Thus, last year was a crucial fork in the road for Haith, a former Wake Forest assistant in his first head job. Almost all good coaches have their programs moving in the right direction by their fourth year. Another sign of a good coach is when he can be at his best with teams constructed with his own hands, in his own image. What a barometer 2007-08 would be.
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