- Oct 14, 2007
Like I said before.....and even SCOTT FROST HIMSELF admitted today, if things were handled differently, TG would likely still be here. And no, that does NOT mean he would had to be named the starter to stick around.Good and fair post - Him leaving is perfectly reasonable however the timing is not and is unusual or at least I cannot think of many. Leaving at the end of the year certainly leaving a day after being told he is 2nd string is not fair to his school who put faith in him. Anyhow I agree it does not matter - we will be fine
As far as the business analogy if a company was in the middle of an important project most people leaving would tell that company if they want I will stay til completed or a replacement is found
I think we ALL have to remember, that SF is a very good YOUNG HC. He is going to make mistakes, even TO did. I already like that SF stood up and kind of said what he said. It makes me have even MORE faith in him that he is the guy that can get it done here.
EDIT: ....and pointing out a mistake is in no way bashing him as a coach. The truly great coaches admit what they did wrong and correct it. I think eventually, SF has a better than average chance at being a great one when it is all said and done. We were lucky to get him.