Re: Re: SR’s FAB 5:LAST YEAR A “FIASCO” FOR BANKS, VERNER;WHY COULDN’T BUCS STOP SLANTS?

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I am thinking threadkiller is more accurate or it must have been the energetic efforts by those few who were so very determined in degrading the HC at the time. Seemed pretty significant majority but for a few who supported Smith.  It is possible I suppose that my recollections and opinion are entirely wrong.  That said - the future has great potential... keeping my hopes under control.

There were definite groupsA - Those who demanded him gone this year and held out hope that it would happen, I think SBS was the core member of this groupB - Those who wished he would be fired but figured, even though he didn't deserve it, that he would get another year; I was in that groupC - Those who figured he would get another year and the team needed that 3rd year for consistency purposesD - Lovie Leg humpers - like those still telling us how he built a top 10 defenseI think the largest group was C.  If it was B, most were silent about it.  Those defending Lovie certainly were very loud.  I seem to recall a dozen or so people defending Lovie or at least defending consistency.  So maybe it was just a point of view.  Or maybe, since I was one of the loudest (next to SBS) calling for Lovie's head, I just  heard a lot more of the responses as to why he should stay.

I was in group B, but wasn't very vocal about it. I think there were a lot of people who figured not matter what, he was going to get his 3rd year due to drafting offense both years.

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