Peppers at 10, which seems low.
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|7 years 36 weeks ago||LOL, you're an idiot....too||
LOL, you're an idiot....too damn stupid to understand that one doesn't have to like the way a person acts or their beliefs to apprectiate the job that he does....if you have a job you probably encounter people all the time that you dislike as a person yet respect the way they do their job... that's where I am with RR....I am over RR and I know he's gone....GOOD I am glad for both of us....but don't piss and moan when you don't get what you want from him either.....GO FUCK YOURSELF IDIOT!!!!
|7 years 36 weeks ago||Integrity?||
First and foremost I will say to all I am a new member to the site and I am from WV. I am a WVU fan and (believe it or not) still a fan of RR and wish he and the UM program well. I don't hold a grudge for him leaving and understand why. I don't like the way he left and niether would you if he leaves you the same way. With that being said I will offer the following for you to digest.
As for his handing down of punishments. He will hand down the strongest to those that won't hurt the teams chances to win and slaps the hands of those that will. You refer to Chris Henry and Pacman, and his ability to keep them in check. Both of these guys left early and were constantly in trouble while at WVU so he hardly kept them in line at all. Niether of them were suspended for any more than a quarter in any game that had a true effect on the season.
At West Virginia all of RR's issues were being addressed they just weren't getting there as fast as he wanted and he didn't like it but all things were getting taken care of and are all completed now. There may be a few financial items he didn't like (fundraising items and such). He made a top ten program out of mostly three star athletes and lesser talent, that is due to him being a hell of a coach not because of the money the university was spending on facilities or saving for recruiting.
Well I made my case for his coaching abilities now the integrity.... He will tell you what he wants you to hear and think!!! Which is evident by his handling of the change from WVU to UM. In every interview he had (not just during the week he left) he continually stated that he was the coach at WVU and he will be the coach at WVU. Only to leave on a plane under the cover of darkness to work the deal with his agent. Is that integrity or a man of his word? His rules are applied only when he feels it won't effect a game or a season and not evenly across the board. A person with integrity will apply those rules evenly to all involved not just when it is beneficial.
I truely like RR as a coach and feel that UM will be a true power again in about his third year, but you have to give him time. He went 3-8 at WVU his first year after WVU had a winning season and won it's bowl game the year before also. He will recruit good talent and change the landscape of UM football making it into HIS team and one you all can be proud of. But as for integrity????? Don't believe a word he says and only half of what you see from him!!!