tnt wrote:doebrmn wrote:The funny part about all of this is if the Griz had lost two more games this past year and failed to make the playoffs, every poster here would have been calling for Pflu to be let go. Under that scenario the buy-out would have been the same and everyone on here would have been arguing it was money well spent and worth it to get another coach that could win football games. Instead, he was not retained for reasons no on on here knows and yet now it is a complete waste of money that could be used for other expenses.
The sad part is that had Pflu been let go for losing two more football games and it cost the University $220k that really would have been a waste. If he was let go because he was not living up to the standards of a College coach off the field, was not taking the actions necessary to maintain the integrity of the program, and was failing to guide the young men in the program in a manner that will help them become productive citizens, then spending an additional $220k was probably well worth it and may have saved the university considerable money down the road.
It was only by the grace of god he didn't lose two (and maybe three) more games. It was rare at best that he ever had two halves put together and even rarer that he looked prepared for the first half. He didn't look a bit better his second season than his first.
Ha-ha, that is a funny post, TNT. If you couldn't see how significantly different and better the team looked and played from '10 to '11, then I'm sorry but you don't understand football. This may also help explain some of your posts, which I find to be completely out to lunch.