Last Edited: 4/2/2012 9:26:49 AM by BobcatBeReal
I have a few points to make: SOME HAVE BEEN MADE BY OTHERS BUT MY DISSAPOINTMENT RAGES ON.
1) This guy has a loosing record @ TCU, were his days numbered there? He probably only had 1 year left on his contract. He obvously displayed poor recruiting ability after 4 years and a loosing record.
2) We are paying him more than Solich? Are you kidding me?
On the surface and from what we already know about this guy this is not going to sit well with the fans, alumni, and could be detrimental with the team.
What was our AD thinking?
If this is factual I for 1 will be writting a letter the the AD letting him know my dissapointment.
Last Edited: 4/2/2012 9:56:35 AM by Pataskala
I have followed both their careers closely. I like how you LOUDLY claim that Dustin has never taken a step back but then note that he went from Associate Head Coach at WCU to 3rd assistant here. I'm sure you have some rationalization that that is not a step back.
Last Edited: 4/2/2012 9:59:38 AM by OhioCatFan
I just don't understand why our AD even went after this guy, when you have the likes of Jeff Boals and Dustin Ford right under your nose. Also, why did the AD even talk tot he players and ask them what they wanted, then, from the looks of it, go completely against what they wanted?
This guy has a terrible record at TCU and showed no recruiting ability. Why, if we want to take this program up a notch, do we think he can do any better here?
This just doesn't sit well with me at ALL. It seems our program went from euphoric highs last week, to depressing lows this week.
Don't blame us for being skeptical. If CBS is right, this is rather rushed. What he did in the MAC was 8 years ago, and he apparently doesn't recruit well at the higher level. Plus, he apparently stopped recruiting in the midwest. This year's roster at TCU has two kids from the Bahamas, one from Croatia, one from the Virgin Islands, one from Mali, on from Puerto Rico, one from NY and nine from west of the Mississippi. He's big on offense (TCU was 72nd in the country) but lousy on defense (286th). And as we found this year, offense makes the highlight reel but defense wins games.
Last Edited: 4/2/2012 10:34:42 AM by 71 BOBCAT
Last Edited: 4/2/2012 10:34:55 AM by OUBob