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Johnny

Princeton, KY

#41 Jan 27, 2014
His name is Hays not Hayes. So, a proven coach will leave a school, where he has had success... to come to MC for a "challenge" and "facilities" ? HA HA that make sense LOL . Webster CO. was laying off all teachers and having deep budget cuts when he left.. It was unclear if they were even going to have a team that next yr. He is a perfect fit for the job, and he is a guy that loves his community and will stay around. Anyone that was a coordinator of a team that won a State Championship is a proven coach.
joker

Maryville, TN

#42 Jan 27, 2014
Hays-Hayes it doesn't matter, he can't turn this program around without getting a entire new group of assistant coaches, especially a offensive coordinator. This coaching staff has been playing musical chairs for the past four years taking turns being the head coach, what a Joke!!!!
Johnny

Princeton, KY

#44 Jan 28, 2014
I agree .. Have to get some new faces in there..I have heard he will bring two .. maybe three new coaches in..
Amen

Hawesville, KY

#45 Jan 28, 2014
Blackhawks rule wrote:
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Well said and I agree. I wish Hayes the best and hope he can turn it around but I don't think he proved a thing as assistant coach over the defense and Webster County was not impressive.
The point here is the superintendent knew who he was going to hire. It was a done deal and when you tell the football backers in Greenville that you are going after a top notch proven coach and it doesn't happen then the football community have little confidence anything will change. The Greenville football family are critical to success of the program because they are your major support group and I can tell you they feel like they were lied to by the head of the school district. They were expecting a house cleaning and fresh faces with a fresh start. No disrespect to Hayes and we all wish him the best but the good ole boy system want get us where we want to go.
There is a sane person or two on Topix after all.
mcfan

Benton, KY

#46 Jan 29, 2014
Browning will probably do what everyone eants. Which is roll over to the basketball coaches. 17 applications and probably all from various out of county settings. They needed a fresh face with no ties who wouldn't have cared to battle gard for the program. I'm sure some of those applicants could have brought an uptempo exciting offense to town. Now we're stuck with same coaches and sane results. We may win 3 games this year.
lexi

United States

#47 Jan 29, 2014
mcfan wrote:
Browning will probably do what everyone eants. Which is roll over to the basketball coaches. 17 applications and probably all from various out of county settings. They needed a fresh face with no ties who wouldn't have cared to battle gard for the program. I'm sure some of those applicants could have brought an uptempo exciting offense to town. Now we're stuck with same coaches and sane results. We may win 3 games this year.
Why didn't YOU apply for the job as you seam to have all the answers??
Show everybody how it should be done!!
mcfan

Benton, KY

#48 Jan 29, 2014
Maybe I did. But I'd venture to say it was a done deal.
I don't SEAM to have all the answers, I SEEM to have some knowledge of the situation and how it really works.
Good luck to the Mustangs I wish them well.
When does Baseball season start?
Johnny

Princeton, KY

#49 Feb 4, 2014
mcfan wrote:
Maybe I did. But I'd venture to say it was a done deal.
I don't SEAM to have all the answers, I SEEM to have some knowledge of the situation and how it really works.
Good luck to the Mustangs I wish them well.
When does Baseball season start?
PleASE elaborate... You think there were really that many more qualified coaches ? Maybe, a few better coaches, but with a lot of baggage that we didn't need. Dig a little deeper in to some of these "applicants" and look past some of their winning pct. and you will see some disturbing things. Also, Hays was D cord. so it will be a fresh look on the offensive side.
CC football

Cadiz, KY

#50 Feb 4, 2014
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>PleASE elaborate... You think there were really that many more qualified coaches ? Maybe, a few better coaches, but with a lot of baggage that we didn't need. Dig a little deeper in to some of these "applicants" and look past some of their winning pct. and you will see some disturbing things. Also, Hays was D cord. so it will be a fresh look on the offensive side.
Oh yeah fresh look on offense but same ole results. And don't insinuate things about the other applicants just to try and justify Hays hiring. It was a done deal with McCarty and everything else was the ole dog and pony (mustang) show.
mcfan

Benton, KY

#51 Feb 5, 2014
I would have liked to seen a young coach not from here come in and update the program. If the administration would have given them the freedom to clean the coaching house and help bring in younger assistants and pay them relatively close to other 6A programs. They could have made a run at it. Built a program from the youth level up. Had Complete Control over the middle school programs too.
Johnny

Princeton, KY

#52 Feb 5, 2014
mcfan wrote:
I would have liked to seen a young coach not from here come in and update the program. If the administration would have given them the freedom to clean the coaching house and help bring in younger assistants and pay them relatively close to other 6A programs. They could have made a run at it. Built a program from the youth level up. Had Complete Control over the middle school programs too.
THe board can't just "pay" them more money(football coaches). Thats not how it works. Now, it's my understanding that Hays will be bringing in two new coaches not from this area. I mean what else can we really want? Hays is a young coach, excellent experience, apart of a State Championship team, and wants to stay in this community. Yes, he was a part of the previous staff, but has had excellent experience from several programs outside this area. Plus, he is a teacher in the school and it's one less teaching spot the admin. has to fill. Now, he can bring two coaches in from other areas and have the teaching positions available
joker

Maryville, TN

#53 Feb 5, 2014
Bringing in two new coaches is good but more importantly is getting rid of the old coaching staff. If you don't cut the previous coaches out of the program they will always be undermining the new system.
teacher applicant

Cadiz, KY

#54 Feb 5, 2014
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>THe board can't just "pay" them more money(football coaches). Thats not how it works. Now, it's my understanding that Hays will be bringing in two new coaches not from this area. I mean what else can we really want? Hays is a young coach, excellent experience, apart of a State Championship team, and wants to stay in this community. Yes, he was a part of the previous staff, but has had excellent experience from several programs outside this area. Plus, he is a teacher in the school and it's one less teaching spot the admin. has to fill. Now, he can bring two coaches in from other areas and have the teaching positions available
I hope your mistaking but your saying the district is going to create teaching positions for assistant coaches? I disagree with that. If they are coming in after people retire I disagree with that too UNLESS they are good teachers. We need better teachers in this county not just assistant football coaches.

The board cut teachers pay and days this year and cut those working with slow learners too like Mrs Grace and Mr Latham and others. Now they got money to hire more teachers just because they are assistant football coaches? These board members and administrators talk out of both sides of their mouth. Do they have money or not?. Do they need to make cuts or not? Look how their basketball has fell off after CC got their man in. But football has always been bad. In tough economic times I'm for better education not spending so much money just in hopes of having better football. Use our taxpayer dollar wisely.
Snowmansnow

Cadiz, KY

#55 Feb 13, 2014
teacher applicant wrote:
<quoted text>I hope your mistaking but your saying the district is going to create teaching positions for assistant coaches? I disagree with that. If they are coming in after people retire I disagree with that too UNLESS they are good teachers. We need better teachers in this county not just assistant football coaches.

The board cut teachers pay and days this year and cut those working with slow learners too like Mrs Grace and Mr Latham and others. Now they got money to hire more teachers just because they are assistant football coaches? These board members and administrators talk out of both sides of their mouth. Do they have money or not?. Do they need to make cuts or not? Look how their basketball has fell off after CC got their man in. But football has always been bad. In tough economic times I'm for better education not spending so much money just in hopes of having better football. Use our taxpayer dollar wisely.
Surely they won't create new jobs just to get assistant football coaches. Taxpayer money is tight.

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