Not really. He has gotten multiple McDonalds all americans, hes been good enough to make the tourney all but once, including being a number 1 seed twice and has some Big East titles to go along with it. Its obvious he does well in the regular season and obviously does good enough recruiting but just falls short in the tourney.
The is only a handful of coaches out there who wouldnt switch resumes with Dixon in a heartbeat.
"He always dodges that one'
Not a suprise
I've never dodged it. I have answered it each and every time.
Speaking of nevers, I'll give you one that happens to be true:
You have never Ignored me, apparently.
I have never called myself "great."
You called Dixon great. He's not. He's good. He's not great.
So, you can try to deflect the attention away from that all you won't. Won't do anything to improve his accomplishments to date.
Have you looked into what his "violations" were?
Eh, you're f'in' great, and you know it.
Whatever it was had nothing to do with Calipari supposedly paying players, contrary to what some would have you believe.