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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    From day one I've contended that he knew exactly who he was hiring. He hired a guy that he didn't have to give orders to cheat. Plausible deniability for him. He just thought he'd be on a fast track outta here before they got caught.

    Yes, he's absolutely responsible for schloraship losses. No it's not just fair to let him have another year now. His record is his record including vacated wins. He's got a losing record.
    Absolutely. Every word.

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    Micromanagement of staff. Lost several coordinators.

    Loss of Rebowe severely damaged recruiting.

    He knew full well what Saunders was about when we hired him.

    That s-show caught up with us, and here we are today.

    We gave him all the tools to do the job denied all previous coaches, and he has failed.

    End of the story.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hark Mudspeth View Post
    It did but the university can't hardly hold him accountable for something after they adamantly defended him and said he did nothing wrong. They would open themselves up to NCAA and wrongful termination. It's best they stay away from that from their side.
    He should be held accountable for the overall climate of the program. This includes losses, Trump bashing in the locker room, insulting the fans' character, no continuity at quarterback, arrests (and benching said players in week nine for something that happened at the beginning of the season), empty stands despite incredible (and successful) efforts to enhance the game experience, and others I'm sure I forgot to mention.

    On the field is only part of the issue, and none of the above has anything to do with probation.

    On the field, we gave up 66 points to a team that won 2 games. We wouldn't even be sniffing 6-6 had SELA kicked the extra point instead of stupidly going for two. We got destroyed by a 2 win team with an interim coach on senior day with a bowl berth on the line, and the team's body language said they couldn't care less.

    Sanctions aren't our problem.

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    He did what I feared weeks ago.

    He wasted a guy's redshirt trying to save his own arse.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jllanclos View Post
    He should be held accountable for the overall climate of the program. This includes losses, Trump bashing in the locker room, insulting the fans' character, no continuity at quarterback, arrests (and benching said players in week nine for something that happened at the beginning of the season), empty stands despite incredible (and successful) efforts to enhance the game experience, and others I'm sure I forgot to mention.

    On the field is only part of the issue, and none of the above has anything to do with probation.

    On the field, we gave up 66 points to a team that won 2 games. We wouldn't even be sniffing 6-6 had SELA kicked the extra point instead of stupidly going for two. We got destroyed by a 2 win team with an interim coach on senior day with a bowl berth on the line, and the team's body language said they couldn't care less.

    Sanctions aren't our problem.
    Simply stating the university should stay away from the sanctions publicly. The NCAA has done crazier things to programs like ours. I'm personally in the camp that hud doesn't cheat anymore than any other coach he just got caught. He probably is cleaner than most honestly. Everything else is why it's time for him to go. I️ personally didn't think there was a chance it would happen this year and it still might not but I think hud is Gone this year and he has already been told. No direct info, just a feeling from listening to several different interviews and hearsay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hark Mudspeth View Post
    Simply stating the university should stay away from the sanctions publicly. The NCAA has done crazier things to programs like ours. I'm personally in the camp that hud doesn't cheat anymore than any other coach he just got caught. He probably is cleaner than most honestly. Everything else is why it's time for him to go. I️ personally didn't think there was a chance it would happen this year and it still might not but I think hud is Gone this year and he has already been told. No direct info, just a feeling from listening to several different interviews and hearsay.
    You're still a _____, but yes. All of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    From day one I've contended that he knew exactly who he was hiring. He hired a guy that he didn't have to give orders to cheat. Plausible deniability for him. He just thought he'd be on a fast track outta here before they got caught.

    Yes, he's absolutely responsible for schloraship losses. No it's not just fair to let him have another year now. His record is his record including vacated wins. He's got a losing record.
    100% agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    You're still a _____, but yes. All of this.
    Has anyone seen our current recruiting class it's ranked below 20 FCS school

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    3 more days of Coach Hud as UL's head football coach. Do it Dr. Maggard!


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    If we get blasted tomorrow, it will be the first time I'm not depressed over it if it means the winds of change are coming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post
    Micromanagement of staff. Lost several coordinators.

    Loss of Rebowe severely damaged recruiting.

    He knew full well what Saunders was about when we hired him.

    That s-show caught up with us, and here we are today.

    We gave him all the tools to do the job denied all previous coaches, and he has failed.

    End of the story.
    All of that, PLUS he has lost the fan base. Dwindling attendance and apathy towards the program are also critical factors in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Are you being serious right now?
    It happened under his watch, it happened under Savoie's watch, it happened under the compliance officer's watch, they didn't "cause" it.

    Hud has enough deficiencies to where you don't need to throw out fake narratives.

    jmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    It happened under his watch, it happened under Savoie's watch, it happened under the compliance officer's watch, they didn't "cause" it.

    Hud has enough deficiencies to where you don't need to throw out fake narratives.

    jmo
    There's nothing fake about it. Plausible deniability. Seems everyone understands that but you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    It happened under his watch, it happened under Savoie's watch, it happened under the compliance officer's watch, they didn't "cause" it.

    Hud has enough deficiencies to where you don't need to throw out fake narratives.

    jmo
    He knew what Saunders was doing and should have been fired with cause at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    He knew what Saunders was doing and should have been fired with cause at that time.
    Saunders was doing what he was instructed to do. We all know it. We knew it at the time, and we were too intoxicated with winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    There's nothing fake about it. Plausible deniability. Seems everyone understands that but you.
    Can't be used as an excuse for dismissal so it is silly for anyone to bring it up as a reason.

    Makes it look like you are grasping at straws when in reality you have other legitimate complaints.

    When you bring up a non usable issue it makes one wonder if your other claims hold water.

    You water down real points when you make unusable points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Can't be used as an excuse for dismissal so it is silly for anyone to bring it up as a reason.

    Makes it look like you are grasping at straws when in reality you have other legitimate complaints.

    When you bring up a non usable issue it makes one wonder if your other claims hold water.

    You water down real points when you make unusable points.
    Please show me where I said it should be used to fire him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    He knew what Saunders was doing and should have been fired with cause at that time.
    Water under the bridge, focus on things that matter now.

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    Could this exact thing not be said about hud, minus the booster stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Water under the bridge, focus on things that matter now.
    If that's water under the bridge, so is all the contract talk about fans wanting Hud to get paid -- And now their being blamed for supporting a bad contract. What's done is done. Time to focus on the here and now. In all things.

    And right now, we need a fresh start.

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