Look, you've got plenty of scoring. Your not losing much by taking away minutes from Harris-Tunks or Dufault. In fact, by doing this, you may free up some options for Dufault so he can then go back and play a more natural position. He's a scorer, plays decent defense, and is not much for banging in the middle. I totally understand the potential mismatch that Dufault presents (when he's hitting long shots, which he's not) for the other teams bigs. But since that isn't working, and Dufault isn't quite the long-range threat you originally thought he was, you need to change schemes a bit. Especially in Big 12 play, if you plan on being competitive at all. I think if you put emphasis and importance on being stronger on the boards and not focusing so much on offensive scoring and passing, you can train your three BIGS to be stronger in the paint, holding their positions, and playing more aggressive on the glass. Plus, by playing three, you have 15 fouls, you can be more aggressive in the paint. It appears to me that the Buffs would benefit more from this style of play. You can still run a similar style of offense (cutting, passing, backdoor looks) but you keep your bigs rotating down low more and play stronger in the post, that's all.