Vote of Confidence for Neuheisel Misplaced?

Just yesterday, I gave a vote of confidence to Rick Neuheisel. Today, I feel maybe I made a big mistake.

No, I haven’t changed my opinion of his coaching abilities, nor have I suddenly given up on the future of the football program under his tutelage.

Rather, I feel very strongly that his giving up a timeout in Saturday’s sc game is an abomination. The Bruins are out-manned, out-talented, and likely out-coached, and all of Bruindom is angry enough over this situation. We do not need our coach ceding one small advantage back to the brain surgeons; an unexpected advantage handed Neuheisel and the Bruins on a silver platter, by carroll as a bi-product of his egotism in desiring to flaunt his cardinal and yellow brain surgeon colors in the Bruin’s house.

I also have it on good authority that the decades-old tradition of both teams wearing home uniforms, contrary to carroll, the LA Times’ Bill Plaschke, and apparently Neuheisel, is not so “traditional” after all, only being a short-lived trend in the 1960s and 1970s (maybe extending until about 1982 or so).

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One Response to Vote of Confidence for Neuheisel Misplaced?

  1. theHoundDawg says:

    Comment Posted December 3, 2008, 8:54:55 PM PST retrieved from original blog:

    your most brilliant (among many) post yet on this site. pictures do not lie…the bombshell to the revisionist hstory is the 11/28/55 and 11/26/56 sports illustrated…stay tune, as the lid will be blown off the snowballing ignorance of the know it all 50 year olds

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