I thought this was an interesting article by the Houston Chronicle.
I guess there isn't much hype around the A&M Basketball program on campus thus far and attendance has been low.
More interestingly, though, were a few snippets from the article that are very BUZZ-worthy and sort of funny, at least to me, to see these quirks transferring over to a new program.
My favorite snippets:
Texas A&M's Buzz Williams on fans in stands: 'I'm not good at begging anybody'
Buzz hasn't changed how much he doesn't love doing media:
Williams did little in the offseason to promote the program, declining multiple media opportunities to help spread the word about Aggies basketball and so forth.
Buzz still has long winded answers:
I asked Williams this week if he believes simply winning will lead to crowds, and the result was a nearly seven-minute answer, one with occasionally fascinating insight into what makes A&M's new basketball boss tick.
How he changed the program here at Tech and how it'll happen for A&M (mostly hey look we're in the article!):
"In our five years at Virginia Tech, that's what ended up happening," Williams said of filling the corners of the Hokies' arena. "We played Maine in Year (3) on Nov. 11, 2016, and it was sold out. That's because there was a crescendo to what we were doing. And people began to respect and appreciate how we went about it.
Also, the Twitter is still active:
"If anybody needs some tickets, I get a bunch, if you need them you can (direct message) me on Twitter," he said.
Anyways, I thought it was a silly read and very Buzz-y. Miss him, hate him, whatever your feelings are, he's still off being Buzz.