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Posted: Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, 1:25 AM
by Doink
First, why is John "Overly-compliant" Currie leaving Big 12 KSU with commish Bob Bowlsby("The SEC are the biggest cheaters!")?

Also, why did insiders rejoice when John Currie left UT and not to return again?

Because he wears co-workers,subordinates,coaches,and fans out.

This hire is a bad fit. How is football and basketball going to play to be contenders when "grey areas" yes enough cheating are off limits?
This new "Barney Fife" is going to slap another layer of compliance
on football and basketball. This is the $EC. UT money sports will sink.

Butch Jones needs berating on his speeches. Butch needs to stop making speeches actually. This may be John Currie's only success. Butch is going to leave and other coaches will too.
But who will come to UT to coach with this micro-manager? Only over-the-hills or under-qualified will apply. Not winners.

The $EC is different from the Big 12. Currie's list of coaching hires in his desk will say no. Only a few will want to work with John Currie as their boss.

Some how, some way this new AD hire needs to go. This is going from bad to another bad. Beano, I think this UT government experiment is now snappening!

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