Well that went about as expected. The much-anticipated first start in the career of Kevin Hogan went rather inauspiciously, to say the least (which I almost never do). In this edition of Ez Does It, we discuss the big stuff:
- Yep, that’s about what I expected (maybe a little worse) if a team had a week to prepare for Hogan.
- Hue now finds himself in a precarious position that he placed himself into.
- Firing the HC; who do you replace him with?
- Once more, the blow-up paradigm
- What to do now?
Honestly, I’m still a bit flummoxed on that last question. I just don’t know. What do you think (that’s your cue to leave a comment below)?
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Bottom line: if you do what you’ve always done, you’re going to get what you’ve always got. In our case, the thing that we’ve always done is to fire everyone after two years (or less). Here’s hoping we don’t continuing doing that because if we do, we WILL get what we have been getting, since forever now it seems.
Anyway, thanks for listening!