good luck at featherbutt U.
he can go (insert word here) himself
Well, if he didn't want to truely be here after the coaching change, they he and ISU are better off to part ways. Best of luck to him going forward.
And I hope whomever we stick into his spot pounds him right through the mat.
(funny how that business school ranking didn't matter 2 years ago - it hasn't changed much since)
Fact of the matter your business school ranking means about zero once you get out in the real world. I've run into brilliant businessman who just have high school educations while I've met complete duds who have MBA's from Harvard.
Please. What is a "true Cyclone?" An athlete who came here because he/she "loves Iowa State?" Really?
Did Stevens, Grayer, etc. come here because they just loved ISU, or because of Orr and the program? Fizer - was it ISU or Tim Floyd that drew him here? How about all of our womens' BB stars - ISU or Bill Fennelly?
They chose to play for ISU because they chose the coach and the program. Clark is no different - he's still be here if his coach hadn't left.
When Kevin Jackson is out recruiting, he's telling them why he's the best coach for them and what happens in his wrestling room; he's not showing slides of the Campanile...
Since the 'business world' is now the metric to be measured against how true a 'Cyclone' is -- let me ask all you titans of commerce this question. Lets say you were recruited to work for a small company and you started and were making progress -- then all of a sudden the the boss and all his lietunants left and were replaced by someone you did not know.
I am sure you are going to say 'I love Co XYZ -- it doesn't matter who runs it -- I committed to the company not the boss'. Right ... and I am Hank Rearden too.
Throw in the fact I own part of the company I work for and it is a small one, I'm not going anywhere...
I'd wait it out and see how it goes. Most of my life change has generally been a positive thing in the end.
Why not just say the truth? What a line of BS.