Roy, Grasshopper, Thawk, and Floyd,
Nobody among us is more disappointed than I, in this years performance, however, where we do differ is that I believe that we have the best coaches available for the money we offer to coaches to coach at BYU with our Honor Code and other Church restrictions. (Head coach must be a member in good standing in the LDS church) etc.
I am not suggesting that we change the Honor Code nor the Church restrictions.
For those yearning for our past coaching staff, take a look at the scores and the win loss column of the University of Virginia where they now coach. Take a look at the SOS they had (nobody), and compare it to the SOS that we just had.
( #12 LSU, #10 Wisconsin, #23 Utah Utes, I think that where we do agree is that something has to change.
Aside from those things that we know we will not change, we must brain storm to make loud suggestions on possibilities where positive change can bring positive results.
Keep doing things that do not work is less than intelligent. Thinking that we are doing all that is possible is insane.Instead of pointing fingers and discouraging those that are doing their best, we should spend that energy figuring out what can be done differently in order to bring about the needed change.
Never before, not even in our glory years, have we consistently played the SOS schedule that in the past 2-3 years we have played. It is wearing on us, while other have figured out what we do best and how to stop it.
Please have patience with me and allow me to make further observations in another post. Thank you.