Dec 03, 2012 - Posted by Whitney Craft Jordan on December 3, 2012 at 3:26 pm | Updated: December 3, 2012 3:59 pm
In BYU head coach Dave Rose's first Coach's Show on KSL 5 TV he opened with giving a review of how the season has gone so far. The Cougars are eight games into the 2012-13 year and have a 5-3 record.
"This team is trying to find some consistency right now," Rose said. "We've played some really great games and made progress but there's still room for improvement. I think each guy can find something they can do to help the team."
In the "Game Recap" segment, Rose broke down BYU's performance against Montana when the Cougars came away with an 85-60 victory. Rose highlighted Davies' performance who finished with his second double-double of the year with 21 points and 10 rebounds.
"Montana was a tough opponent for us who could shoot from everywhere but I thought the boys played well."
Rose continued by talking about how Davies and Tyler Haws have been the team's main offensive weapons so far this year but that the coaches are looking for other players to step up. Josh Sharp was highlighted as a player who has improved his game this season.
The rest of the show was spent talking about BYU's most recent game against Iowa State and breaking down BYU's "big guys" and how they're such an important part of the offense.
Rose finished by talking about the West Coast Conference, what they're looking forward to and previewing Utah State, BYU's next opponent.
"This season is going to be really competitive in the WCC. I think it'll be as competitive as it has ever been as I look at how well the other schools are doing and the teams they're beating."
View the full show on KSL.com and don't miss next week's show on Sunday night at 11 p.m. MST on KSL 5 TV.