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Should Coach Breiner be on the "Hot Seat"

Question: Should Coach Breiner be on the "Hot Seat"
Absolutely, he should be on the hot seat now - 38 (45.8%)
Yes, if we lose next week - 5 (6%)
Let's give it a few more games - 5 (6%)
Wait til the end of the year - 26 (31.3%)
No - 9 (10.8%)
Total Voters: 83

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« Reply #480 on: November 13, 2017, 05:01:48 pm »

Not my first choice but if AB is staying, he's got to bring in some guys who know what they're doing and can see a big picture.  A lot of the garbage we saw this year has nothing to do with coaches being on the same page.  Penalties, blown assignments, total breakdown in the O-Line, lack of fundamentals.  That's coaching 101.
I feel like this is one of those arguments I could you so easily taking the opposite side of if some posters had made your argument for cleaning house but keeping AB.  You're thrusting a new staff upon him (and the program) for another year and what is it that you're saying he's actually bringing to the table?  To me, if you have a senior guy or two that you have in mind (e.g. - Argast), that's fine.  However, forcing an entirely new crew in there imo seems like you're delaying the inevitable and comes off to me like a cowardly way out.  

Let him go and start over ... or have your tough meeting, offer to help with new staff but still let him choose the team he'll go to battle with.  
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