Colin Cowherd made a great point on his radio show about coaches not knowing when to say goodbye. He compared it to politiciansâ€”a group notorious for hanging around and hanging around. For every George Washington there are hundreds of FDRs; Washington retired like a Cincinnatus, and Roosevelt clung to power until his last hours on this earth.
It also is interesting to see that Paul W. Bryant was able to say goodbye to the game and retire himself before tarnishing his legacy by lingering too long.
This matters because of the Bobby Bowden situation.
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