Yeah, I think we can retire the term "hero ball" when Holtman decides to instill an offense to fit his players. Going one-on-one is the offense he implemented. You prefer we call it one-on-one rather than hero ball? Or tell us what should we call it that won't offend you? Relying primarily on an offense that requires players to create their own shots when it doesn't fit the personnel sure as hell didn't maximize the potential of the past team. One of the most misleading stats from last year was the 14th best offense in the country. How about the most important stat, they finished 22-11 and were a bubble team until the last weekend of the season. And, this team was blown out more times than I remember any Butler team ever getting blown out. But we had the 14th offense in the country. What gives? This with two first team pre-season all Big East players, another returning double digit scorer, a McDonald's AA, a soph who emerged as the best all around player on the team and a post player who everyone raves has made huge strides in one year. Didn't VMI lead the country in scoring just a few years ago and didn't even come close to going to the tournament? So when are we going to retire that misleading offensive number that doesn't really reflect the overall quality of the team. By the way, how many "signature" wins did we have last year? Sorry. My bad. Should just look at stats. Everything's great.