… it can be a kind of a brain-twister, can’t it? If that one, who put a player with a concussion in a shed, got in trouble, shouldn’t this one, who slapped a junior coach so hard “his headset went flying,” get in trouble too? Or is a slap less serious than negligence? That shed bit? Hm. Hmm…

Even if the Big 12 isn’t interested in setting a proper example, […] then [Texas Tech] should. After all, they were quick to pass judgement on their last coach, Mike Leach, for allegedly putting a player in a shed when he had a concussion. Now they need to practice what they preach. Stay consistent. If that was enough for Leach to be canned, then this is surely enough for Tuberville to be.

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6 Responses to “When all your coaches are sadists…”

  1. JND Says:

    They were looking for an excuse to dump Leach.

    For reasons that aren’t at all clear to me, they seem to want to keep Tuberhead.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    JND: Tuberhead. Funny!

  3. Mr Punch Says:

    Texas Tech can’t afford to keep firing coaches. Apart from any contractual obligations, it must be hard enough to recruit people to Lubbock without underlining the job insecurity.

  4. JND Says:

    I’m told that, over the weekend, someone put a FOR SALE sign up in Coach Tuberville’s yard.

  5. Margaret Soltan Says:

    JND: LOL.

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    […] trailblazing Bobby Knight, he doesn’t throw chairs at his players; nor does he seem drawn to locking concussed students in sheds… Like Tommy Tuberville, Rice is a traditionalist, employing a mix of direct physical […]

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