CaseyGarrisonforPrez wrote:If this is true about Kaiser, congratulations UNI fans on getting a soft kid from the softest high school in the state of Missouri. Kid was scared of competition at SMU once Gilbert got there. He has average zip on the balls he throws. He looks tough in the pocket if you watch his HS Rivals tape but let us not forget that at DeSmet he was regulary playing against schools that were not of the same caliber. He would legitimately have 10 guys on his offense that were vastly superior to the opposition. Mighty easy to look good on tape in that situation. Only the few that really study QB mechanics know the real story and they'd agree with me.
If it went down as rumored it is pretty shameful of Farley to do that to his mentor. I have very few kind words to say about Terry Allen but he is at least a man of integrity who wouldn't go snooping around at fellow conference schools for kids already enrolled in summer school. I won't say more right now because I don't know all the facts but if it went down as I suspect trust me there is going to bad blood between MSU and UNI. It'll be ugly.
valleychamp wrote:They can't afford to buy him out--he has two years left on his contract. He was never going to be fired.
CaseyGarrisonforPrez wrote:I guess I simply thought that some rich booster would be willing to foot at least part of the bill to get rid of him. There are plenty of good coaches in this country that could win big in Springfield that would come here for the kind of coin that we pay Terry Allen. I just hate the lame duck thing. We could start the process now but instead we have to wait at least a year to do what could be done today if the rich booster would just stand up.
We aren't Maryland but I heard reports that the UnderArmour creator dude is from there and he is going to pay the entire $50 million penalty owed to the ACC all by himself. I have to think that we could get a big group of our big time boosters together and combined they could account for 1/100th of that amount. Heck some Kansas booster spent like $4 million just to buy the Naismith version of the rules to basketball. It's just really old paper.
Maybe we just need to hire Sally Struthers and put together a little informercial: "For as little as a penny a day you can help get rid of our spectacularly awful football coach. Give today please. Desperate MSU football fans can feel what it is like to win again...etc." I know I'd pick up the phone.
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