The most popular player on a team is the backup point guard. Fans seem to always think that he is better than the starter. That was the case with Larry Drew and Kendall Marshall this year, but I would have to agree that Marshall is the better player. Marshall also deserves to start. The team has been much better when Kendall Marshall has started and he reminds me of another great point guard, Ed Cota. However, we need to give credit where credit is due. Against Boston College, Larry Drew had nine assists compared to only one turnover. That is good in anybody's book. I think it shows a lot of maturity after losing his job to a freshman to go out there and play hard. That kind of unselfish play is what will take us deep into the NCAA Tournament this year.