The most interesting thing

Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by O+W=H., Jan 10, 2012.

  1. O+W=H.

    O+W=H. New Member

    About this DC search, to me, is not really who it will be.... I think we all now know it will be an undynamic hire.... no, the most interesting thing is how the process affects the Hart/Dooley relationship.We'll never know what opinion he formed, but Hart is certain to be evaluating Dooley across these days of the search. What is happening right now probably will carry great weight going forward. Derek is under a microscope. Our chances for change will be enhanced by the flaws revealed in Dooley's coaching DNA right this moment.
  2. 615 Vol

    615 Vol Chieftain

    Hart can't get rid of Dooley fast enough.
  3. bigpapavol

    bigpapavol Chieftain

    Cements that many who know football find our coaching situation untenable going forward.
  4. hatvol96

    hatvol96 Well-Known Member

    It doesn't help that people who have been here previously are being honest when asked by their peers about our completely dysfunctional administrative structure.
  5. hatvol96

    hatvol96 Well-Known Member

    He'd have fired him after the UK game if the administration and the trustees had the requisite intestinal constitution to do what needs to be done.
  6. tvolsfan

    tvolsfan Chieftain

    Could you elaborate for those of us who don't actually know much about Tennessee's administrative structure?
  7. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

    It's a shit show, to be blunt and concise.
  8. NYY

    NYY Super Moderator

    More chiefs than indians.
  9. IP

    IP "You don't know what it is like in our universe."

    How do you fix the administration and trustees?
  10. OrangeEmpire

    OrangeEmpire Take a chance, Custer did

    Roy Kramer
  11. Tenacious D

    Tenacious D The law is of supreme importance, or no importance

    A-[uck fay]ing-men.

    Would hit UT like the Downy Ball hits laundry.
  12. docholiday

    docholiday Contributor

    Exactly. Dooley should have been terminated immediately after the Kentucky debacle.

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