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Wie offensichtlich muss Eric Bieniemy scheitern, um nach oben zu scheitern?

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I want to point out that coaches like Bobby Petrino and Hugh Freeze, who should have been banned for life from college ranks, still manage to land high-profile coordinator and head coaching positions. Yet, Bieniemy, who isn’t a saint but also hasn’t crashed his motorcycle with his mistress on the back, has to play for the UCLA Bruins?

Without Bieniemy, Sam Howell would be in the XFL. Maybe Bieniemy is the next Romeo Crennel, or maybe he’s the next Sean McVay. Regardless, it’s pretty ridiculous that after helping build Kansas City’s offense of doom and developing Patrick Mahomes, his options are downgrades.

Washington was at best a lateral move, but UCLA is a step backward no matter how you look at it.

At this point, I’m sure Bieniemy is tired of being the face of racial discrimination in football coaching hires. Maybe he just hasn’t failed properly? It sounds completely backwards, but he wasn’t fired by the Chiefs or the Commanders. Tying himself to Ron Rivera may not have been the best move, but now QB Sam Howell has nearly reached the 4,000-yard mark in 2023. Sure, his TD-to-Interception ratio was 21-21, but I’m curious to see what Kliff Kingsbury does now that Washington has Bieniemy’s old position.

Reports suggest the Commies will have a brand new rookie quarterback in the mix, and the coach responsible for his development is the same guy who repeatedly let down Kyler Murray? Kingsbury was an offensive analyst for a USC team that put up a single (mostly defensive) underwhelming season after his departure in Arizona, and now he’s back in the NFL. I’m not even sure what Kingsbury has done, besides holding Lincoln Riley’s playbook.

It seems like the only way for Eric Bieniemy to rise is to faceplant at a few stops and then hope the stench of rebuilding is strong enough to entice a brain-dead athletic director or NFL owner to give him a shot.

Come on, Duke, you should’ve practiced that

Ongoing issues make us grow older in our opinions. However, there are never solutions that are black and white. When Kyle Flipkowski from Duke twists his ankle in a court storm at Wake Forest, critics call for drastic action. The answer lies somewhere in the middle, but canceling all future celebrations on the court or field is overblown.

„When are we going to ban court storms?“ Blue Devil coach John Scheyer asked the media. „When are we going to ban that? How many times does a player have to get into something where they’re hit, pushed, or taunted right to their face? It’s a dangerous thing.

„You look around the country. Caitlin Clark, something happens. And now Flip, I don’t know what his status will be. He twists his ankle. It used to be a thing, when I played, it was at least 10 seconds and you storm the court. Now the buzzer doesn’t even sound, and they’re running around on the floor. That has happened to us a lot this year.“

Coaches need to have a certain level of self-awareness, especially people like Scheyer who coach such a praised and esteemed program like Duke. Don’t act ignorant. Any ACC school outside of North Carolina that beats a Top-10 Duke team at home will be in the hunt.

It’s like the head coach of a Texas program being upset that his opponents are loud during the shootout. Oh, I’m sorry your universal gesture is easily turned on its head. How do you find the resources and money to address this challenge?

If you’re from Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, or a similar area, active stormer drills should be part of the training. Flipkowski is the victim here, but Duke? Duke should have an evacuation plan in case they lose on the road.

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