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- Jul 25, 2002
"Coaching the team" = "score an offensive TD vs Temple"?Um, a head coach’s job description includes “coaching the team”. He’s the CEO. As such “not enough time” should not be in his vocabulary when it comes to questions of job performance on all facets of his primary job duties.
Much in the way CPJ was criticized for his lack of performance re: recruiting (and rightly so), CGC should be held accountable for poor performance in regard to his coaching of the offense.
I dont think so. Coaching a college team is much much more than scoring an offensive TD vs Temple.
Again, you dodge the question and double down on the asinine argumemt that he has unlimited time and resources.
If he is not spending enough time on scoring an offensive TD vs Temple, then he is spending too much time somewhere else. Where is that? What is he spending too much time on in your opinion, that would be better spent on getting immediate results on the scoreboard?
Unless you have a million $ or more to give him to get more resources, stop pretending that GT has unlimited resources. Answer the question.