Cuonzo Martin got what he wanted, which was a program that wanted him. He is the new head coach at California, a move seemingly stemming from how he was treated or perceived at Tennessee. It was sudden. And it is with even more haste that Martin now must get up to speed in a rapidly improving, mostly well-coached, strikingly deep Pac-12 before his new program falls too far off pace. A coach with one NCAA tournament bid and zero apparent ties to the West Coast must prove he was worth the fuss, and time isn't on Martin's side.