I don't disagree that he is a bad coach....but they still had a tough schedule. App St is a very good team. As is Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Clemson...
They aren't mutually exclusive. He can be a bad coach AND they can have a tough schedule.
My problem with this situation is that even though Randy was a QB....and he sees these guys in practice, he has no idea who should be the starter. SK was his last choice...and he looked best.
Hard to trust Randy on this decision now.
This is my problem with what Randy said...he proudly declares that he isn't going to change. When you hear a leader say that in the corporate world, they don't last long. He is too stubborn to realize that he has a responsibility to evolve as kids change.
So I listened to the whole press conference, and I don't know how a UConn fan can listen to that and feels good.
I didn't hear any optimism...I just heard a lot of excuses. And he freely admits he isn't going to change. He says kids are different, but he isn't going to change. If I told...
All whining about this does is make him seem like more of a dinosaur. It is what it is, let's hear how you connect with these kids despite the fact there they aren't the same as they were 20 years ago. We all get that coaching is easier if people never change.
Although history disagrees, I still think Rutgers can be a good job. I haven't been following them closely lately, but Ash's salary makes it look like they are spending money on football. Good recruiting area and B1G money.
i don’t think the article matches what the OP headline says. He isn’t complaining about admissions now....they are just talking about why he left the first time. The issue now is leaving the AAC. They are saying similar to admission issues in 2011, the administration is setting RE up to fail by...