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At what point is CWT safe to come back next year


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If he's not already there.  What if he goes 1-4 with a win over UCF, but the rest are close.  Does he come back?

And, second question, at what point is he given a contract extension.

My answer is, he needs 1 more win to earn another year, because he's shown enough progress from the last 2.

If he gets 3 more wins he gets a 2-3 year extension.

If he gets to 9 or 10 wins, he gets a 4-5 year extension.  Would mean he went 8-4 or 9-3 in regular season, probably won division, and probably won bowl game.

 

 

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I think he still  needs to go bowling. We can go bowling with 6 wins in this conference. At this point missing a bowl would probably mean losing four in a row. You can't sell progress with 4 losses in a row, especially when ECU and Cincy are winnable games.

You might be right.  I was giving him the benefit of the doubt based on the progress of the offense this year.  We will go bowling with 6 wins as the AAC has 4 Florida Bowls this year, and one of them will pick USF.

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Here is the thing.  We have 4 wins.  This is exactly where the average fan would have had us this year, at this point in the schedule.  Temple, Cincy, Navy, and ECU are a little better than I thought they would be this year.  UCF is garbage and is far worse than I thought they would be this year.  If we are playing the odds, we have one more win on the schedule.  That would really be a doomsday scenario because if that played out, our wins would be against really bad teams.  Even now, the teams we beat FAMU 1-7, CUSE 3-4, Uconn 3-5, SMU 1-7.  All have losing records.  So even if we do beat UCF, we will have 5 wins against team with losing records.  

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Extension? He has 2 more years on his contract. He hasn't earned that and should not be given that until after next season provided he's competing for a conference title.

Usually they don't take a coach out to his last year without an extension due to recruiting.

So you're saying that if he gets to 8 wins, for example, he doesn't get an extension.  I bet he does.  I'm not saying he will have earned one, but that's just the way it works.  

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Usually they don't take a coach out to his last year without an extension due to recruiting.

So you're saying that if he gets to 8 wins, for example, he doesn't get an extension.  I bet he does.  I'm not saying he will have earned one, but that's just the way it works.  

If we get 8 wins, he deserves to keep his job.  That would be a signifanct improvement and probably put some butts back in seats.  

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