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as it stands today...yes....Saturday could be a different story
You have to look at the candidates that will replace him.
- Will Gruden boost the middle class (fan base)?
- Will Gundy get our economy (ticket sales) moving again?
- Will Petersen boost our national defense and defeat our enemies (recruiting and Bama/Florida games)?
You have to be an educated voter. And all of these important questions have me voting for change.
Dooley's done in 2012.
This post was edited by NoVa Vol 17 months ago
Yes because of the depth, talent and experience that is being built on the OLine. If we lose to Vandy, HELL NO!
"Old School"! A strong defense wins championships!
It is interesting that people are saying no without:
- Knowing who the replacement candidates are.
- Seeing how we finsih the season.
Yes. I'd like to see him get one more year to see if he can get "over the hump"
Is it your opinion that says more about the frustration with and perception of Dooley's coaching and leadership ability or reasonableness of the people voting no?
This post was edited by DCVolunteer 17 months ago
Good question. I think it is the former. But to me a vote for no is basically saying anyone that we could reasonably hire is an upgrade over Dooley and a benefit for our program, and I don't believe that. Look at Chizik, or how long it took ND to find a coach, this isn't easy.
I like and respect the man. Think he's a better recruiter than given credit for, but his in game coaching ability, his management of staff and players, and teams lack of fundamental discipline lead me to vote...NO.
"Count it down with me. Five, four, three, two, one.
The national champion is clad in Big Orange!"
No. And its not even close.
No. He can't manage a game at all.
I understand your disagreement, but consider that the individuals casting no votes may no longer have faith that Dooley can build a championship program or move the program forward if given another year- so why keep him, and they may also believe that there are available coaches out there who are better qualified than Dooley to coach the University of Tennessee. Can't you disagree with their vote and at the same time acknowledge that their basis is reasonable?
Yes and yes to keeping Sunseri, also.
If you keep Dooley, you have to keep Sunseri as well. Can't keep Dooley and get rid of Sal. You're asking for more problems by changing defensive system yet again.
It's now 16-15 in favor of him being gone. Polls close in a few hours.
I am sorry for being unclear, I don't think it is unreasonable at all.
Not only no but helllllllll noooooooooooo
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