I was totally shocked when I read Brady's comments this morning about Stan Heath and the ARK game fiasco from last week. I'm sure some will think I'm nit picking and have an axe to grind with Brady, but this just typifies Brady's lack of interpersonal skills which is a necessary component to running a SEC basketball program (or any program for that matter). Here's what he said: LSU coach John Brady did not decline comment Tuesday, and sounded off about the controversy. "What came out of Arkansas was totally inaccurate," Brady said. "Arkansas is saying it was a made 3-pointer that was changed to a 2. That's not the case. "It was a 2 from the beginning. They wanted to check the monitor to make sure it wasn't a 3. Our people put up three points when they shouldn't have. "My issue was, if they were going to give him the 3, then it was a walk. It was a 2 all the way. "The guy at Arkansas (Heath) kept acting like he got the shaft, and that's not the case. The officials were on it. I've had my problems with officials, but in this case, they got it right. Had I been on the other side, as long as they get it right, there's nothing I can do about that." First of all, brady should have declined to comment on this IMO. There is nothing to gain by commenting on this. We got a favorable call (just look at the pics) and we still have to play these guys at least one more time. Furthermore, brady is the confused one here as he mentions that if they didn't call the walk, it should have been a two. How dumb is that statement? There's no secret to the animosity between the two programs and here brady refers to Stan Heath as "the guy at Arkansas"? That shows quite a lack of respect and class for your peers, especially a rival coach. I know some will think its no big deal but john brady represents my university and doesn't represent it very well.