This is part of a larger article written by Goodman where he might as well just said cancel our season and did everything he could to amp the negative by 10, but Marshall's comments are interesting. Not a sentiment that is surprising considering how close knit the the UConn family Calhoun has built is but at least its on the record. http://www.cbssports.com/collegebas...-these-huskies-ollies-odds-dont-look-good/rss Donny Marshall entered UConn with Ollie back in 1991. He has the utmost confidence in his longtime friend and his abilities to get the Huskies back to what they were, but even he understands this isn't a fair shake. "One year may be enough for them upstairs," Marshall said. "But it's not enough for the fans and the former players." Marshall didn't mince words. He said if Manuel doesn't give Ollie more than just a trial run as Calhoun's successor, a large contingent of former players wouldn't support the program in the same way they have over the years.