Well, in keeping with what a couple of commenters have said, Ryerson is in the market for a new men's basketball coach. Glenn Taylor is out.
The Rams finished fourth in the OUA East last season and were upset 71-69 by York in the first round of the playoffs. There is a lot of upside with the program beyond the presence of fourth-year forward Boris Bakovic, who has been one of the country's best bigs since the day he arrived. Ryerson has been kind of a sleeping giant sports-wise, and AD Ivan Joseph would like to increase the university's sports profile. Once it gets some facilities, the right people in place, there's a lot of potential for the downtown Toronto university, especially in men's basketball.
There are challenges to coaching in Toronto, especially since so many good players not only go NCAA Division 1, but often go to the States while still in high school. Still, there is no reason a school in Canada's largest city shouldn't be more prominent on the parquet.