This has been discussed a lot (Where is that picture of a man beating a dead horse with a stick ISUFan...I don't care who you are, that is funny.) but I would like to get a accurate "vote" on where people stand. Vote for what you WANT to happen, not what you THINK will happen.
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I voted to fire some staff but keep Mac for next year.
Last edited by cycloneworld; 10-09-2006 at 04:01 PM.
Whatever choice Pollard makes at the end of the year I will fully support. That's what you do as a fan, you support the players and coaches. If a new player/coach roles in, you support them.
D-Mac has rarely had the support of his own fans....
I support Mac and have made that ever so clear in my posts. I would just like to see where others stand. And ultimately it will be JP's decision on what to do but the fans/donors have a say in things as well.
Unfortunately you really can’t fire him until the end of the regular season
He is out there recruiting and unfortunate as it is, if you cut him loose you probably lose a lot of kids he is going to sign ( I am not saying these kids will be superstars but you don’t want to leave the cupboard bare)
You aren’t going to be able to hire anyone until the end of the season because the new coach is not going to leave their team midseason
That being said, let's wait until the wheels fall off (that should only be about 5 days away)
Fan22 has a good point, we can talk all we want but nothing will come of it until the end of the season...Bring on basketball!!!
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