Saturday, January 2, 2010

interim coaches often take a Bowl beating

Florida torched Cincy last night in the Sugar Bowl. They looked like a far better team. But another key factor: the lack of success for interim coaches.

Here's Darren Everson in the WSJ...

Since 2004, teams led by interim coaches are 4-9 in bowls. Jeff Quinn, who has already been named the new head coach at Buffalo, will serve as Cincinnati's coach for just this game. Coaches build their programs on order and routine, so it follows that their teams struggle when confronted with such disruptions...


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