Perhaps this situation got to this point because of the way (disrespectful?) that Kiir reacted to being disciplined. There are rules in place and someone is in charge. When a rule is broken or, as this case may be, behavior which may reflect badly on the team or university in general, some form of punishment is required and should be expected (you’re foolish and/or entitled if you believe otherwise). I am as upset as anyone about Kiir leaving. He was going to be the saving grace for Yetna’s absence. But I trust the job that Gregory is doing. Whatever punishment was prescribed I’m sure it was appropriate for the infraction. I’m still rooting for our team and coaches. My expectations may be a little more tempered than before Yetna’s injury, but I’m not going to put limits on what they can accomplish because of how they improved from the beginning of the year to the end. It was a team thing not just a few players. That speaks to the program Gregory has built. We haven’t had this combination of academics, talent, recruiting, and coaching in........ever?