I love stories of redemption. I hope this is another one.
@water rocketThat seems like a fairly judgmental things to say from
either a religious perspective or a human perspective. Our history is littered
with men and with both vices and powerful ideals. Just because someone
doesn't always live up to them, it doesn't mean they are not a
"true winner." Ghandi struggled with morality in his youth,
as did Benjamin Franklin, and I could give you a dozen religious examples as
well. My advice is to follow Christ's admonition to "judge
not, that ye be not judged."
I knew Sark pretty well back in the day. Really down to earth guy. Everybody
liked him and he never upstaged anybody. The pressure of the SC job ate him up.
He was young and trying to be good to everybody and he wanted to deliver. We
all have a tipping point.I was cheering for him last night. I hope
Saban doesn't overrun him like he did Kiffin, but if I had to guess
I'd say Kiffin will railroad Sark also. 5 different play callers for 5
National Championship teams. It's a no-win situation. Saban is a
tyrant.My hope is Sark comes back to Utah someday. He's legit
and needs a fresh start.
Yep, he is a real hero. I mean Dick says so, it must be true.
I think this is his third chance or are you discounting his time at Washington?
NeilT, a real winner doesn't cause his own demise in the first place! That
said, I like your comment about "getting back up and trying again."
Steve deserves a chance to start over. I just hope that Alabama's loss
isn't blamed on him.
Best of wishes for Steve at Alabama. A real winner gets up tries again when
life knocks them down. Kudos to Saban for recognizing his talent and