I don't know the answer to this question, myself, because the pitching was pretty solid last year. BUTTT, Find me a pitcher on the 2009 team that got better in 2010. With the exception of maybe Ben Alsup or maybe Austin Ross, the answer is probably no one. Everyone has stayed the same or maybe regressed a little. It's kind of the same thing as Gary Crowton with the hot start, then the screeching halt, but I always wondered why a guy would leave Michigan State as a HEAD COACH to become a pitching coach somewhere else. Maybe we're getting the answer now? Thoughts?