I can’t disagree with that. However, Harris in the game is not the reason the Coogs lost last night. While his minutes should be limited with a healthy Brady, I actually like Harris as a long defender/rebounder that can help stretch the floor a little bit. And he’s also still working into the flow of the season rotation, having missed several games himself. I actually thought he did great with some key hustle plays vs. LSU a couple weeks back when Sampson was trying to find someone in the second half to try and plug the easy lanes we kept giving the Tigers. So, you take the good with the bad. He’ll continue to get better. He comes from a great JUCO program. The Coogs will continue to get better as well, and they will learn from this. You want them playing their best basketball at postseason time anyway, so, hopefully by then, they will have completely gelled. IMO, the ultimate key is going to be Rob Gray. That kid needs to step it up and fast. I have always questioned his leadership skills going back to when he first got here. He can still be a little streaky, but he has improved in that regard for the most part. At any rate, he has to get it in gear. Great players can have bad games, sure, but they rarely have two (or, in Rob’s case, THREE) bad games in a row. Say what you want about matchups, minutes distribution, etc…we not going anywhere without a productive Rob Gray and without him asserting himself more on the leadership end. You’ve always been my favorite poster, Matt. I have actually met you several times over the years. I still love your insight and always look for it. Go COOGS!