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BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
I rarely post. My late father-in-law used to say if you will be quiet and listen, you will know what you know and what the other guy is saying. I try to practice this, but...
Something is really wrong at the top of UT. Before Hart began his search, he started talking about and/or alluding to issues--finances and facilities in particular. Will not go into other issues still pending as far as I know with Hart personally at UT.
According to several reports, Strong asked about administration an academics. It seems that if we heard anything even alluded to from Gruden, he may have gone down this same road. Maybe UT was without a president for too long, but there is something afoul at the top. We keep hearing that we have weak leadership. Don't know....
Hart seemingly flirted for about a week with Gruden who has done this sort of thing before--Miami as I recall. If we speculate that Hart was holding Strong waiting on Gundy who also reportedly has a reputation for flirting…. Beyond this though, I need some help. He seems very average. Has lost about a third of his games overall and went 7 - 5 this year. What in the world is the attraction???
Anyway, now we are speculating that while all of this has gone on with Gundy, Strong is now likely to stay at L.
If average at best Gundy decides to stay in his beloved OK, where are we?
I don't know a lot about many things, but I do know a little about human behavior. As time like this passes and coaches fall by the wayside, others, who may be good coaches and potential players, become skeptical.
Auburn and Arkansas set their sights on their man and got it done in a week. Looks like two good hires.
It just seems that we have gotten to a bad place. We were so optimistic starting out...
I am afraid that we could be moving into the settling mode again. Oh me.
I hate Kentucky.
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