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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    The author and Gene can EABOD.

    Lose on Gene, lose on.




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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    When did it become okay to break down every sentence into a new paragraph?



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by ianoconnor View Post
    When did it become okay to break down every sentence into a new paragraph?
    It's probably formatted for the paper edition, where the editorial appears in a thin strip along one side of the page.



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Editorial content courtesy of CF browsing.



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by KFitzy87 View Post
    I did not know he has feelings,. He must hold it all within. He could not even smile at the Veisha parade.


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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by KFitzy87 View Post


    Strange. This author seems to think that we wanted him to stay. We were glad to see him gone, but hated what he did to us while he was here (hiring buddies rather than real assistant coaches, majoring on minors, etc.) and the way that he left (saying he was "firmly entrenched," essentially ditching the team as if he didn't really care about them, etc.).



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Good work, Vanderbilt. I did not know you could win against the Tigers.


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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Did Chizik pay the author to write that? That's the only reason I can think of for writing it.



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    I refuse.
    I feel bad for him about the loss of his mother.

    I don't feel bad that he stinks at his job and I find it funny.


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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    I used to read the Daily all of the time when I was in school. My son says he never does, finds it laughably poor quality. This story is about as silly as telling folks not to root against the Hawks.

    Chizek is a sellout. He's set for life with all that money unless the wife is as high maintenance as she seems. He did do us a huge favor however by leaving for the money.



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    As I've told countless others on why I still root against him.

    I don't blame him for leaving ISU for Auburn. Fact is, he was never going to be a long term coach, and he got offered a great coaching opportunity and went for it.

    Why I root against him though is because how he handled the entire situation. He lied through smiling teeth saying he was "firmly entrenched" and left abruptly, and acted like he did nothing wrong the entire time. I try not to hold grudges, but I bleed cardinal and gold, and that **** doesn't fly with me.



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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycsk View Post
    Strange. This author seems to think that we wanted him to stay. We were glad to see him gone, but hated what he did to us while he was here (hiring buddies rather than real assistant coaches, majoring on minors, etc.) and the way that he left (saying he was "firmly entrenched," essentially ditching the team as if he didn't really care about them, etc.).
    Flew all the way back for a 45 second sendoff speech to his players and to deposit his check. Huge favor to JP so that we could hire a coach.


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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    Did that person say it's hard to recruit against the likes of LSU and Alabama? Didn't Auburn have top 10 classes the past 2 years? Does that person think its perfectly acceptable for someone to openly lie to their boss, players, and fan base?

    Eff whoever wrote that article.


    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    I agree. We didn't choose Iowa State because it is easy. We chose Iowa State because it is awesome.
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    So frickin jealous of what they have in Ames. It's truly amazing what Fred has done coming in with 0 coaching experience.

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    Re: ISD: That Poor Man, Gene Chizik

    I really wish ESPN will do a redux of the Roll Tide/War Eagle 30 for 30 for this year.


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