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  1. Being specific, if you say I promise I won't leave after just 2 to 3 years, then leave after your third year, then that is fine? After you promise a dad, less than 2 weeks prior to your announcement, that you are not going anywhere so his daughter will come play at that school, after a family buys a home in your district so their daughter can play for you? I have a hard time understanding the thinking! I know any coach has the right to do what he/she thinks is best for them, but there will always be a right way and a wrong way to things. I don't believe this way was handled correctly!
  2. What about during the hiring process, the coach promises that he will stay at a certain program if he is hired? Just in general, I agree they are free to make a decision to go where it is best for them and their families, but when you promise that you will stay with them and then leave, is that deemed to be acceptable?
  3. What about during the hiring process, the coach promises that he will stay at a certain program if he is hired? Just in general, I agree they are free to make a decision to go where it is best for them and their families, but when you promise that you will stay with them and then leave, is that deemed to be acceptable?
  4. Can you delete my last 3 posts from Girls Basketball ?
  5. Is expecting a coach to be truthful during the hiring process a thing of the past or is it just a sign of the times? When Administrators stand up for a coach and he promises to not do a specific thing and then does exactly that, is that not wrong in today's world? Honor and decency used to be expected in a profession that was so involved with shaping young people's minds and character, is this lost in the name of what's in it for me? There is nothing wrong with making business decisions to better ones financial situation, but there used to be a right way and a wrong way to do so. I am old school, were your word is your bond, nowadays it appears that this is the exception and not the rule. Just wanting to get a feel for the degradation of values in today's society. Or is it totally acceptable to say whatever you think the Boss wants to hear to get the job? What are peoples thoughts?
  6. Add Wilson Central to the list, Coach Wild has moved on again, after assuring everyone there that he he would not follow his track record and that he was going to stay put. Girls are very disappointed with his (honesty). Franklin High School, don't count on him staying over 3 years.
  7. The Creekbank of course, enough said! Trousdale County for those who don't know about it. Anybody that has played there or watched a game there can tell you. The place gets to rocking!
  8. Congrats to Adamsville, you guys played a good game. Look to be a solid team and coached well.
  9. What did we say! Not even a good game for us!! Jacket Pride!!!
  10. I guess the refs are rushing the passer too!! Let the excuses begin!!!
  11. They are keying on Harper, stayed tuned for some Creasy experience in second half!
  12. Looks like these red birds scared to hit face masks, hitting at knees!!!
  13. On the way to Cookeville with the rest of the swarm! Get fired up Jackets and get ready to Battle!!! Leave it all on the field with no excuses! Show this Adamsville team what Trousdale County Football Means!!!!!
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