Have to say I think it’s laughable that Coach Brown hasn’t been extended. The results you get at UAlbany in relationship to the budget, facilities and other factors is beyond measure. This does not mean from a coaching perspective it can’t be better, there is always room for growth and improvement. But second guessing a coach is one of the easiest things one can do. Based on what I know and have experienced, Coach Brown’s results far exceed the circumstances. He is likely a victim of his own previous successes. There was an inflection point with the program that the university missed that could have firmly rooted the program as a “Vermont” or similarly positioned low mid major. Instead the program was left to succeed seemingly on the graces of the coaching staff. And in today’s world of college athletics, you simply need more than a good coach to be successful. The support and commitment from the university and community are as necessary as Xs and Os. My children have participated in college athletics at four division 1 universities and I have personally been involved with the college selections of at least 50 other kids over the years. The fact that UAlbany has been closer to Vermont than Binghamton (sorry Mr. Terry) is due to one person; Coach Brown. You can change coaches and make other changes to properly support the program but why do that when you already have a good coach. Make changes around him to help him compete.