The loss to Oregon State was disappointing at best; and, predictably, there are plenty here who are placing the blame squarely on Mark Turgeon. Such is the nature of ardent fans.
Very few of those being critical of Turge, however, have yet to provide specifics. Well, this is your forum to do so.
I've never coached basketball, so when it comes to x's and o's, my knowledge is limited. But I DO know this: There is only so much a coach can do. He can do back-flips and cartwheels in an effort to motivate his team, but it's up to the players to play with intensity. A coach can not make free throws for the team. A coach can't keep a player from making mental mistakes during a game; and he can't keep them from making physical mistakes. He can tell them what he wants them to do, but it's up to the players to do it. A coach can make in-game adjustments, but the players still have to execute.
So, here's your chance, guys (and girls), specifically what should Turge be doing that he isn't doing?