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So Gary..

HornyWartyToad

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I remember several years back Saban sending some of his assistants to meet with Gary to gather tips on how to defend the HUNH offenses that were beginning to take hold in the SEC, so would assume they have *some* kind of relationship.
 

CryptoMiner

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Y’all are some real keyboard warriors to sit here and trash talk Gary.

If Gary Patterson doesn’t walk the face of the earth we’re hanging out in utter irrelevance wondering how much longer we even field a D1 football team much less keep the door’s of TCU open.

Possibly but there was a strong commitment to the program and who knows what may have resulted. Gary was a very good hire and grew tremendously himself while at TCU.

However at the end he thought he was bulletproof. It was not a good finish.

I have no ill will, even when he is dressed in orange and flashing the hand sign developed to try and beat TCU.
 

OICU812

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Y’all are some real keyboard warriors to sit here and trash talk Gary.

If Gary Patterson doesn’t walk the face of the earth we’re hanging out in utter irrelevance wondering how much longer we even field a D1 football team much less keep the door’s of TCU open.
No.

You can appreciate what Gary did his first 15 or so years and be critical of what he did his last 5 or so. The two are not mutually exclusive.

But your premise requires the belief that no other human existed during that time period who could have been successful at TCU, which is silly and borders on idol worship. It ignores the dozens of outstanding coaches who were his contemporaries, or who came along after. It also ignores and insults the incredible hard and successful work of all those who made the financial and structural commitment to enable that success.

Gary did a great job here for a relatively long time, and then he didn’t.
 
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