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As a fan in today's college football climate of winning at all cost would you be willing to take the PR hit early for the potential success later on of Petrino?
I will admit that if I was a fan, I would gladly take Petrino as a head coach of my program. I think he is a fantastic offensive mind, I think he does a great job of developing players but right now there are the off the field transgressions that he is carrying around.
Interested to see the results.
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No. I want badly to win, but there's a limit.
No. You can not trust that man. Look at what has happened at Arkansas when he got let go. If I was an AD I would look for a much better coach with some integrity but that's just me.
Without a doubt
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no- speaking as a grad of usc. i would imagine some sports fans would go for him, but hope most grads would reject him like a polish penis transplant
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Absolutely.....assuming the Bd of Regents would approve. Up to me---Absolutely
No, and as long as Ray Tanner is our AD, we won't have to worry about a person with such low character as Petrino becoming any kind of coach here at USC.
"Act like you've been there before and expect to be back." - Bear Bryant
SEC - Iron sharpens iron.
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