One thing about stepping down at KSU is he will not have to endure the backlash that is recruiting and playing a lot of JUCO's the cupboard is not full and the backlash for talent thats supposed to be getting experience is not there. Good luck with your 33 jucos.....this team will go down before they make the rebound - mark my words!!!!
One other thing, where in the heck does all the JUCOS go this year?????
Last edited by KMAC_ATTACK; 11-05-2008 at 03:42 PM.
Honestly I think this is a great thing for us - they will probably suck for a while, and they'll have a new coach next season to amp up their fans so they'll buy tickets to the Arrowhead game. Best of both worlds for us.
They should take the football recruits to the pregame. The running onto the field. Have them watch Leonard Johnson return a kick. Explain to them he owns the record for most kick return yards ever in an NCAA game. Then get them the hell out of there before they see what Mizzou does to us. Maybe take them over to Hilton and have them watch Brackins and boys put on a show.
That is how we need to treat the football recruits for that game.
It really depends on the formality of the issue. Officially if he resigned, there is no payout to be had. I'm sure it's not 100% his own decision, and he will see something.
Houston Nutt officially resigned last year....still was given $3 million as a going away present, and 2 days later was head coach at Ole Miss. I think most coaches resign offcially, just requires some reading between the lines..
I just hope Ditka doesn't get it. We'd have to hide the women and children when Chizik and Ditka met in Arrowhead...
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