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Does it send Mack home to Sally's cookies for good?
One can only hope.
I doubt it. It sure as hell should get him out of here, but our athletics department has lost sight of what it means to be a successful program.
That's painfully evident across the board right now.
8-4 will do it for Deloss unfortunately. Mack may even get a raise.
This post was edited by Bullrush 17 months ago
8-4 with this years team, prob not. 8-4 for next years team...I can't imagine the madness in the university and fanbase.
I hope so
I'd bet the Admin says the team only has a handful of Seniors and they will get better next year.
"Don't know. Never had one"
-- D. Royal-Mack Brown how to coach a team after a losing season
It starts at the top. Deloss needs to go first. Basketball is terrible and losing to D2 schools. Football is about as mediocre as they come. He is failing in his job of producing competive programs. So we make lots of money, who gives a damn. If we won, we'd make even more money. Get him out because winning doesn't matter any more. He is Jerry Jones.
I still think MB leaves next year, but another 60 point drubbing, and KSU could do it, would apply some serious heat.
I got brains. I got big ol' brains. I got dinosaur brains.
Quickly relegating us to the middle of a mediocre conference in all men's sports. DeLoss needs to go, and at this point, it is going to take a very big name coach (think Urban Myer or Nick Saben caliber, although I don't think we could get either) to get recruiting back on track after this disaster of a season.
you see how many empty seats there were in DKR for an 8-2 team tonight?
I doubt it...not as long as DeLoss gets to make the call.
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