There's a difference between hiring a new head coach and just plain hiring a a head coach. Considering that we no longer have a head coach, we can't hire a new one. Mack is no longer a coach. He's a frustrated spectator. He's a cheerleader. He's a spin control doctor. But he's being paid $5 million a year. We're not. To all the Mackloyals, consider the following: 1) his repeated failure to make any meaningful changes in the coaching staff on the O side; 2) his inability to read his players (the last thing Justin Tucker wanted after his OB kick-off was Mack's reach around move on the sideline; watch the dvr); 3) Mack doesn't know what's wrong, how we got here, or most importantly, how to fix it; 4) he doesn't inspire the coaches or players; 5) he throws the best coach we have under the bus with the rest of the coaching staff by giving them all an F (the D deserves no worse than a C; I thought C+, until last night); 6) he doesn't even know what's going on in the game (he referred to the first half of the Iowa State game as a "great football game"; he said the snap to JT on the fake field goal against K State was over JT's head when the ball hit JT in the hands at eye level; calling for the 2-point convo last night on our last touchdown). I'm sure there are other items you fine folks can and will add to the list. I'm also sure that the Mackloyals will have counterpoints (those ignorant sluts). Is Mack on crack or will he bring them back? Can he still coach? Bring it on peeps. It should be fun.
BTW: I started reading Sports Ills. Blood, Sweat and Chalk: the Ultimate Football Playbook. I hope it's okay to mention that on this thread.