Guys, I think he really gets it. I mean, quotes like:
Our bad years are not that bad. Take a school like Missouri. Our bad years are better than their good years.
Football is fine,” Dodds said. “Nine wins are not the end of the world. But we want 13 wins.
Next year we will be having a different conversation. Look at the programs that made changes: Lloyd Carr at Michigan, Phil Fulmer at Tennessee, R.C. Slocum at A&M. They all had great runs and then two or three average years and have been through two or three coaches since. Mack’s our coach. He’s the best person we can have in that position.
If you win all the time, it’s not good for the coaches or the kids. You’ve got to learn to appreciate it. Our coaches care about the kids, and I feel we’re on an upward spiral.
go a long way toward restoring my faith in the direction of Texas athletics.
Read the full article here. You may want to disassociate yourself from all feelings regarding UT sports first, though. It seems like it could infuriate someone who wanted to see athletic success in the big 3 sports again in the near term.