Quietmaninthecorner 1,738 Posted November 22, 2022 Share Posted November 22, 2022 (edited) 18 minutes ago, MustardSeed said: Regular students don’t spend most of their time being led and disciplined under the direction of one person. The average regular student doesn’t come from the same background the typical scholarship football player comes from. Many (not all of course, but many) come from tough backgrounds and absolutely do need more guidance than the average student. Try doing inner city ministry one time. It’s not being emotional at all. It’s actually caring about what happens to these young men. It’s actually caring whether they are taught to be grown up children lacking character or raised to be good men. A message board isn’t sufficient to explain it to those that don’t see it. You guys can desire to win at all costs and just accept the status quo. I’ll be different. No worries. I don't disagree. I am not a win at all cost guy, but I am willing to look over some of the minor things for a winning coach. There is a large enough support system at Auburn that it doesn't have to revolve around the head coach. FCA, former players, assistant coaches , good people like you volunteering their time to be big brother to very young recruits, and a life coach to current players. Assuming you care that much. Everyone wants the "father figure" /dynasty building coach. But how many father figure/ dominating coaches are out there? How many willing to leave the players they are a father figure and come to Auburn? They all have some baggage, or they do not have any experience. Some more than others. You learn from your choices. good and bad. There is no perfect coach. Edited November 22, 2022 by Quietmaninthecorner 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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