Monday, October 17, 2011

Good News

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My sources tell me that starting player who was kicked off the team Saturday night is indeed back with the squad and even practiced last night.

So I thank the coaches for giving him another chance.

More Calls for Action

The editorial board of the Columbia Daily Spectator calls for Norries Wilson to be fired in today's edition. But the writers disagree with me about when to actually execute that dismissal.


At Mon Oct 17, 10:58:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since when do we value the opinion and validity of The Spec?

At Tue Oct 18, 12:02:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What in the name of God, political correctness and the Columbia rationality I knew as a student many years ago is going on?

A player--makes no difference if he's a star or a bench-wrmer--is thrown off the team by Wilson for throwing his helmet in frustration
after that horrible loss to Penn caused by "Squib Kick" Wilson?

Is this coach clinically nuts? And of course "Squib Kick" shows himself up even more by having to rescind his folly before the men with the butterfly nets show up.

What is this league coming to? The
referees don't know the rules. They can't see what's in front of their eyes. You get penalized if you smile after scoring a toucdhown.

This is acceptable athletic competition? And I'm sure "Squib Kick" Wilson still insists he'll keep ordering that squib kick to make sure Columbia keeps losing.

At Tue Oct 18, 12:15:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coach Wilson is a honorable man so was Jimmy Carter.
It's not about the person it's about the performance of the individual in the job! If creating a winning program is a measurable, then the administration needs to step up to the plate and make the appropriate changes!
I agree that a change now is not beneficial to anyone, but a change at the end of the season is a must.
The administration has a fiduciary duty to the school,players, alumni, and fans to create a winning program! Do your job!


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