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Based on what little I've read so far, that program is in far worse shape than Tennessee's in many ways...
He failed at both player discipline and development.
This article really didn't say much other than players didn't really behave and Chizik led to his own dismissal through multiple poor decisions. I'm waiting for the NCAA to hammer them. Then, in my book, they will be in bad shape.
Thanks for sharing toak.
Interesting article on a coach's failure to oversee his program. Seems like Dooley was better at handling the discipline issues, and the academic failures of last fall got addressed pretty quickly it seems. He didn't give star players free reign, etc... Still, I don't think he was well liked by the majority of the players. Getting beat every weekend may have had something to do with that.
JMO. I'm curious to hear what others think.
When Chizik first arrived at Auburn he was a level headed, blue collar coach. After the NC he was inundated with ad and commercial opportunities, media interviews, celebrity guest opportunities, etc. you could see him becoming a legend in his own mind, become untouchable, invincible. I guess he will have some time now to look in the mirror.
Good find +1
Thanks for the info.
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