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Worst Coaching performances of the 21st Century.

Discussion in 'Sports Board' started by Terry O'Keefe, May 22, 2009.

  1. Terry O'Keefe

    Terry O'Keefe Well-Known Member Administrator

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    Interesting list....the guy at #1 ( the worst) is not Charlie but somebody Saunders, Trico et al look up to as a great coach.

    The Worst

    One of A.J's favorites is on the list as is one of Scott88's :wink: :wink:
     
  2. IrishCorey

    IrishCorey Well-Known Member

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    Ty blows goat
     
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    gipper Well-Known Member

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    And all those folks out there that thought that ND should have given him 5 yrs. For what? Totally killing a program like he did to UW?
     
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    Interesting list for people 40 and younger. I can remember some from the 60s and 70s who would make the list.
     
  5. Bobdawolverweasel

    Bobdawolverweasel Well-Known Member

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    Interesting, Rich Rod's picture is the only one but he was not listed as one of the twelve because of his short tenure. But, his new defensive coordinator is listed as No. 2.

    I was a little surprised at John L being listed. Bobby Williams took over at MSU after Saban left, inherited a good team, and ended up crashing and burning the program. Smith, who was left with a bare cupboard by Williams, at least brought the Spartans back to respectability for a short period of time before he imploded. He did not succeed at MSU, was a bit nuts, but did a hellava lot better than Williams.
     
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    We don't speak of "that" time anymore...

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