Sympathy for the Devil

Today: work (Epilogue, where I tried to put into context the season and the coaching carousel.)

Tomorrow: charity golf event and softball

Wednesday: a boatload of pain killers and a tourney review.

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Hey, I saw where Gregg Doyel called Mike Capaccio an imbecile. That word looks so good in print. Funny thing about those kinds of situations, you know, the one Capaccio seemingly botched. I have a different take I’ll share in the next week or so.

Until then, here’s something to bandy: if you can give your successful baseball coach a raise to get him over the Mendoza Line of collegiate baseball coaching salaries, plus not rack off the handful of alums that, for the most part, subsidize your basketball program (and in the same process making them smile and feel all warm and fuzzy as if they have any real control so now they give just a bit more to further subsidize a struggling budget), would you allow your popular (but not baby-kissing) coach to bolt town?

Remember two things: think big picture, and that every decision you make in life you are trading something…

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~ by mglitos on May 1, 2006.

One Response to “Sympathy for the Devil”

  1. Ah so… 😉

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