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And shock of shocks, he said no.
Brad Stevens definitely intends to remain at Butler, so UCLA will have to look elsewhere for a new coach.
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UCLA needs to keep everything quiet. Now you will scare off good coaches who don't want to come in as option number 3.
Three things will kill UCLA IMHO.
1. Money- They traditionally don't pay a lot and taxes in California are brutal on high income earners. The narrows the gap between what those guys are making and what UCLA is offering by quite a bit.
2. Time- No one believes they will get time to really build a program in UCLA. They think they are going to have to win right away or get run.
3. Location- Works with the time thing but most small schools are back east of midwest. Those coaches have recruiting roots east or midwest. There are just not as many guys with recruiting and coaching roots out West which is dominated by a few big state schools. No one wants to go out there not knowing the recruiting grounds with 3 or 4 years to make a splash or else.
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