Actually there is lots to disagree with:
I think the point Dan was making, more tan anything else is that a contract is a contract. Why should a coach sign a contract for 7 years and then "entertain" an offer to get a raise?
This is standard in the coaching profession it happens all the time Les is not the first to do this and wont be the last.
What he is saying is that the AD's need to hold these coaches feet to the fire. No renegotiations and no interference from other schools...period. If your coach is under contract, then you can take legal action against anyone who tries to get them to leave before the contract is up. Remove payout amounts from contracts. None.
There is only so much the AD's can do if they want a big time coach the industry standrd practices win out
Miles seven year contract gives lots of security to Miles and nothing to LSU. Dan's point also is that in a few years, Miles will do it again....it worked twice before...
He stated over and over again that Miles played LSU...big time!
Next time it happens, Alleva should say ...you are fired...
If Alleva wants to lose his job for not obtaining a winning coach I agree fire a winning coach and see how long you get to keep your job.
DP stated over and over that LSU was a dream job and lots of coaches would love to have miles gig.
This is ture but how many of them can duplicate the result.