By Mark Whicker
LOS ANGELES — His threshold of surprise is way up there, imperceptible to the naked eye.
“I’ve been coaching 30 years,” Murry Bartow said Wednesday, as he stood on the practice court at UCLA’s Mo Ostin Center.
Yet he has been moved in more directions lately than he can count. Eight months ago, Bartow agreed to become Steve Alford’s assistant coach at UCLA. He was a grad assistant at Indiana when Alford was shooting the Hoosiers toward an NCAA title.
On Saturday night, he, Alford and the other coaches were trying to figure out how UCLA could lose by 15 points to Liberty and [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register