Originally Posted by VolunteerHillbilly
There's no incentive for him to take a step down just yet. If CBJ can't get anything rolling in the next couple of years, Dooley may start to look like just a scapegoat for systemic problems and find himself getting some decent offers in late 2014. 2013 looks like a no.
I think a lot of people predicted that he would be fired in year three as a scapegoat. So, I do think a lot of it is just that. However, this past year showed that it was time for him to go. He had lost control of the program, for whatever the reason.
I would be interested to watch him attempt to run another program, just to see if he could really coach, given a good opportunity. I know the opinions here. So, no one needs to wear me out over MY opinion.