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+1 Great article. I agree completely.
This has got to stop. Derek Dooley will go down as the worst coach in the history of Tennessee football.
Good find. +1
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
DV for posting an article that I happen to agree with? I think we all know how you feel by now... I happen to agree with the author of the article that Dooley has left the program in much better shape than he found it.
I have used much restraint over the past few weeks hoping to give you the benefit of the doubt. But just as the Missouri game was Dooley's last straw for me, this post is yours. Congratulations. You're only the second person to become a member of my ignore list.
And my first.
great article, I agree completely
Some people just cannot live in reality, this isn't my opinion it is his record not mine. He took a team that won 4 SEC games the year before he took over to a team that won 4 SEC games in 3 years, You can down vote all you want but it doesn't change the fact Derek Dooley will go down as the worst coach in the history of Tennessee football. Stop trying to spin it any other way.
I appreciate what Dooley inherited and he has stabilized the roster but beyond that, he really hasn't met expectations, IMO. He just hasn't won enough games this year and I think he is probably getting more credit than he deserves. I think there is a reason that Hart will have to pull the plug on him after only three years. If he was doing a good job, he would be allowed to coach another year.
That's pretty much what the article says.
We all know his record sux, and he didn't win enough games to maintain his job. If you open your other eye , and look beneath the surface of the W-L record, he's done some really good things that'll make life much easier on the next coach than it was for him.
The first three words of the article are "Job well done." I strongly disagree with the statement. He served his purpose but it wasn't a job well done.
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