Florida, UCLA are both very well-coached

Originally Published: April 2, 2006
By Fran Fraschilla | Special to ESPN.com
INDIANAPOLIS -- Monday night's national final between Florida and UCLA is a matchup of two teams that really understand the nuances of pick-and-roll offense.

Because of the NBA influences on both coaching staffs (Ben Howland's ties to George Karl, along with Rick Majerus; and Billy Donovan's relationships with Rick Pitino and the Van Gundys), both the Bruins and Gators are capable of breaking down even relatively sophisticated college defenses.

Fran Fraschilla is a college basketball analyst for ESPN. He formerly was the head coach at Manhattan, St. John's and New Mexico.