Nothing quite captures the struggles of life like works of great literature. Homer's epics, The Bible, The Baghavad Gita, etc. What character from the Iliad or Odyssey is [ddiapos]? Some might claim he is Hector, the true hero fighting a hopeless battle that is doomed for tragedy. Some might claim he is cunning Odysseus, making his way through trials and tribulations on his voyage to get his program "back." I have a darker theory: Dooley is Patroclus, Achilles' young cousin. Like Patroclus wished to imitate Achilles, so does Dooley wish to be 'the next Saban." We all know what happened to Patroclus.