It would be great to see all these young players mature and be able to kick butt. I've got faith in Diaco to get the job done, it's just frustrating as hell to keep losing, and to be losing mostly because of our own mistakes and poor play. Unfortunately, Diaco is not just taking the brunt of one difficult start to a season, but the brunt of 3 really downhill seasons prior too.
It's probably good, if the long time diehards try to keep that in mind. We've been through some sh -I -t seasons in the past few years and it is difficult to Maintain the commitment and energy to the games, and the first month of the season with 4 home games has been difficult.
This coach is not to blame for the brunt of most of our anger and frustration. He's working, and to his major credit, he's turned a completely broken and dysfunctional psychological, social, and emotional program into a team that has not crumbled under adversity and competes as best they can start to finish.
All you can do is analyze performance, and get back to practice and preparation.
Come Nov 1, homecoming, I'll be back, and I really hope they will have developed some by then. In the meantime, I'll keep reminding myself that this gu Y is not responsible for what he walked into, but he is responsible to make them better. That's all I'm looking for.