It may accomplish something if done the right way. It doesn't have to be a "confrontation."
I'm not suggesting they wait until he asks. He wouldn't ask. It would be like the head of a sales department asking an engineer why sales projections are not being met. I'm suggesting that people who look for an easy way out (get rid of the coach) find it easier to say the person is the problem rather than find out what the real problem is.
Second of all you don't lowball your head coach because where else is he going. That's bad business.
Have you ever been in business? I'd did steer away from people engaged in unethical negotiations. That means working from a position of strength has to still be fair. This isn't a liquidators sale.
By the way where was LSU going after dropping the Jimbo/Herman ball.
Coaches are often as baffled as anyone else with regards to problems in THEIR domain. It's as true for businesses of every kind.
Customers cannot fix the problems, but are the best way to find out about the problem.
Hud has been losing valuable talent too often. Proof,just look at good GPA vs mediocre APR. Hud cannot identify a good DCordinator. What's this his fifth in six years? Hud has a losing record because he was sloppy or worse in vetting a so called rogue coach. Evidence loss of victories, schlorships, probation and a fine.
We've got a lot of problems he has not been able to fix,.
It was just reported that texas has to pay a buyout for assistants, why would this be necessary if assistants are on one yr deals?
I thought it said six million?
Is being in the red good business too?