It lit the fuse for a lot of the fan base.
The incoming recruiting classes look promising (if we keep all of them in the fold), but....NO I don't think he recovers....too stubborn and one-dimensional in game planning and then there's the in-game snafus which are not just going to suddenly stop in the future.
If it wasn't for the buyout, he might be in trouble this year.
Thanks.... Best post of this thread... as college football trends continue to develop, every program has to adjust during each offseason...Miles seems to stay stuck doing the same thing. Cam was a huge improvement in play calling, imagination and execution. Miles simply couldn't teach that, period. I still have problems with huge gaps in recruiting and retaining to team needs, player development, gameday execution, overall team discipline and gameday coaching decisions and lack of adjustments. It just seems there is a lot to criticize with him, but he does it to himself. I've never seen a coach of an elite program screw up on National TV more than once or twice... Miles does it annually.... and he is getting paid $4+ mill/year???