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Tech Chaos

Let's get our priorities straight, shall we.

Tech's head coach Mike Leach went on this rant after yesterday's loss to Oklahoma State: "Defensively, the entire first half we got hit in the mouth and acted like someone took our lunch money and all we wanted to do is have poutey expressions on our face and until somebody dobbed our little tears off and made us [insert F bomb here] feel better," Leach said. "Then we go out there and try harder once our mommies told us we were OK . . . . It doesn't matter if it's a player or a coach or somebody in the background or some support staff, if they're not on board, you get rid of them."

Tech fans agreed.

Today, the defensive coordinator, Lyle Setencich, quit.

I learned this today: In 2005, Setencich's wife, Kathy, suffered a life-threatening hemorrhage – a "brain bleed" in medical terms – and the complications are similar to that of a stroke. Setencich has taken care of his wife the last few years while trying to balance the hectic schedule of a major college football coach. He couldn't immediately be reached for comment.


Anonymous said...

Wow! Tech has two losers. Leach and Knight. Remember the line from "Remember the Titans" Attitude Reflects Leadership.

Anonymous said...

So, a major college football coach should arrange his priorities like this?:

1. Be super nice to employees with sick family members.
2. Win football games.

Anonymous said...

Didn't Leach go to BYU? I wonder if that quote will make the Provo newspapers. They must be so proud. Stupid Mormons.

Anonymous said...

I know it's hard to understand but this is God's plan um-kay.

bgirl said...

We went to this game fully expecting Tech to kick us in the b*lls, but it ended up being one heck of a game. It's regretful that both coaches are being such d*ucheb*gs afterward.

Anonymous said...

The Aggies could probably find a place for him?

Anonymous said...

Leave Coach Fran Alone!! Waaah!!