Is it a program whose coaches take too many chances on talent at the expense of character in recruiting to try to keep up with their very successful rivals?
Is it a program whose players keep seeing their teammates get suspended and dismissed for their actions but, for some reason, don’t seem to get the message?
N0pe, that’s not Bradley or Schultz questioning Richt. It’s Kevin Scarbinsky, reaming out Gene Chizik after Auburn’s starting center was arrested and charged with public intoxication. (In Athens, they call that thuggery.)
Meanwhile, somebody in Knoxville had to take the fall for Da’Rick Rogers. Luckily, there’s a $56,000 a year “Vol For Life” coordinator who was handy. (One could argue that Rogers’ actions successfully brand him as a Vol for life, but I digress.)
Documents released by the school in response to an open records request from the News Sentinel suggest Dooley was unhappy with Lott’s leadership in the program, which was created in 2010 to help players in the areas of character education, life skills, career development and spiritual growth.
Part of the problem may be that it takes two to tango.
According to the notes from the June 28 meeting, Lott said Dooley hadn’t given him enough direction for the VFL program and that it was difficult to communicate with the coach.
I’m sure everything is fixed now. At least until Mark Richt interferes again.