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Beau Nurr

Quanah, TX

#1 Feb 26, 2010
Who is unhappy with Coach Mac's retirement?
oka224

Austin, TX

#2 Feb 26, 2010
NO ONE
wishunew

Quanah, TX

#3 Feb 26, 2010
should have retired a long time ago
Beau Nurr

Quanah, TX

#4 Feb 26, 2010
For sure. I believe it was just a pride issue.
trackstarwithout achance

Quanah, TX

#5 Feb 26, 2010
if someone doesnt steal coach macs playbook ive got it memorized.blacken to the left backen to the right and a blacken right down the middle TOUCHDOWN!
Q-Town

United States

#6 Feb 26, 2010
I never understood why no one likes him? what did he do thats bad

“I'm not going by Quanah Lady ”

Since: Feb 10

Quanah , Texas

#7 Feb 26, 2010
Q-Town wrote:
I never understood why no one likes him? what did he do thats bad
I'm with you. I love the man to death. My son played football for him and I ran track for him in the 8th grade. He never did anything to me. He still asks about my son everytime he sees me and about my sons daughter. I don't think he's a bad person at all. I for one will miss him.
LMAO

Quanah, TX

#8 Feb 27, 2010
I dont think Coach Mac is a bad person... I had him as a teacher but...He coaching had went down the drain. There were many of years we got into the playoffs and he screwed it off for us!! But again as a teacher and person I like him.. as a coach no!!!!!!! It was time.
Q-Town

United States

#9 Feb 28, 2010
how did he mess up the playoffs
godfather

United States

#10 Feb 28, 2010
Don't have any thing to say about Coach Mac one way or the other. I wish everyone would approach the school board members and request them to hire the next head coach from the local pool of applicants. Trent Boyd would be great.
LMAO

Quanah, TX

#11 Feb 28, 2010
Q-Town wrote:
how did he mess up the playoffs
Running the same plays they have ran for 20 years...the other teams do watch old films just as Quanah does...they knew exactly how to stop them!!! Duh...
just that number 15

United States

#12 Feb 28, 2010
for one thing he was a good teacher but on the other hand he was a bad coach like really bad...every since i moved here he didnt like me and i busted my butt for him and just because i was a little on the white side he never liked me...quanah lady i bet your son was either (dont take offense to this) black or just an amazing athlete...like me and all the other white kids who played for him he wont even say hi to me when i am walking through the halls but when his fav little black athlete walks through the halls he will go out of his way to go speak to them...so i think that he has spent his time here and i am ready for him to leave just wish he could have left last year so we could have actually done somthing this year in football

“I'm not going by Quanah Lady ”

Since: Feb 10

Quanah , Texas

#13 Feb 28, 2010
just that number 15 wrote:
for one thing he was a good teacher but on the other hand he was a bad coach like really bad...every since i moved here he didnt like me and i busted my butt for him and just because i was a little on the white side he never liked me...quanah lady i bet your son was either (dont take offense to this) black or just an amazing athlete...like me and all the other white kids who played for him he wont even say hi to me when i am walking through the halls but when his fav little black athlete walks through the halls he will go out of his way to go speak to them...so i think that he has spent his time here and i am ready for him to leave just wish he could have left last year so we could have actually done somthing this year in football
Number 15, No offence taken but my son is white. He was #68 in 2004-2005. I'm sorry he didn't like you, that's not a side of him I ever saw. I have never missed a home game since 2002. I'm sure you know my daughter she is still in high school. I wish you had had the same experince my son and his friends did with Coach Mac. Maybe it is time for him to go, but I will still miss him. I will always think he is a good man.
hilomonster

Honolulu, HI

#14 Mar 1, 2010
Well I for one feel it's laudable that a poster child for affirmative action like coach Mac could have lasted so long in such a forward looking place like Quanah.Every time I hear Mike Tyson speak I think of coach Mac saying "Fundamentals people" in his oh so masculine way like a bull elk in the rut. I had the pleasure of having him back in the seventies before he had the chance to mellow. I remember having him for a history teacher and he really sucked.He tried to introduce black history month and we booed him out of class then the parents got all up in arms about it. We have come along way I remember Al's wouldn't even serve black people in those days!
up to here

Quanah, TX

#15 Mar 1, 2010
you remember mac but do you remember judy
Black Hawk Down

Quanah, TX

#16 Mar 2, 2010
that fool is too old to be coaching. He needs to retire so he can party it up in vegas whenever he wants to.
The Demon

Sunset, TX

#17 Mar 2, 2010
hilomonster wrote:
Well I for one feel it's laudable that a poster child for affirmative action like coach Mac could have lasted so long in such a forward looking place like Quanah.Every time I hear Mike Tyson speak I think of coach Mac saying "Fundamentals people" in his oh so masculine way like a bull elk in the rut. I had the pleasure of having him back in the seventies before he had the chance to mellow. I remember having him for a history teacher and he really sucked.He tried to introduce black history month and we booed him out of class then the parents got all up in arms about it. We have come along way I remember Al's wouldn't even serve black people in those days!
O-man thats wrong.I had him back in the seventies to,nobody told me it was a history class;I thought it was ebonics.No wonder I flunked. CRAP
Qtown123

Charles City, IA

#18 Mar 2, 2010
I have a ton of respect for Coach Mac. The man has coached pretty much every sport. As for football and his "small playbook" he really didn't run many plays. Why is that? For the longest time nobody could stop them even if they knew what play was being called. I was very fortunate to have him as a coach/teacher. He will be missed!
Beau Nurr

Quanah, TX

#19 Mar 3, 2010
Quanah lady wrote:
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Number 15, No offence taken but my son is white. He was #68 in 2004-2005. I'm sorry he didn't like you, that's not a side of him I ever saw. I have never missed a home game since 2002. I'm sure you know my daughter she is still in high school. I wish you had had the same experince my son and his friends did with Coach Mac. Maybe it is time for him to go, but I will still miss him. I will always think he is a good man.
I remember # 68. that fool was terrible at football.
Black Hawk Down

Quanah, TX

#20 Mar 3, 2010
you think coach mac is racist against whites and the football team or whatever... the only reason your son didnt get to play because he had no talent. He was terrible at the sport and you shouldn't try to talk the coaches down because he wanted what was best for the team. now shut the hell up.

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