I/we love our head coach, Kalane Satake.
I/we love the coaches which he has chosen to work with.
Our current HC is all that I /we want our coach to be with only one exception. (More on this later)
(I/we) (am/are) reminded of Lavel Edwards: “I would rather live in Provo and lose in Laramy than to win in Laramy and have to live there.” I/we love our current coach, Kalane Sitake. We want to keep him.
I like it when our GA’s preach to us to give us guidance and understanding.
I like it when our Stake President preaches to us to give us direction.
I love it when our Bishops preach to us to nourish our souls…
I love the lessons and directions in our Sunday School Classes and in the Priesthood meetings.
I love the 2.5 minute talks from our grandchildren and great grandchildren.
When it comes to football, I want the coach to talk to us about football. I do not like the football coach to be my mission president or my seminary teacher. I want only football from my football coach.
I hate cute slogans from the coach. I hate it when one of our coaches tells experienced, highly trained coaches throughout the country, how they should coach and how they should be more moral, realizing that these are just kids playing the game and that coaches should never run up the score.
Next, a proud P5 team, (UCLA) from a proud
P5 Conference (Pac 8/10/12), comes to Provo, and we beat them 59-0. Oh, I forgot at the end, we did play some of our 2nd and maybe even 3rd string players. (at the very end).
I don’t want our coach to be cute and clever. I want him to be serious about football. I want my Bishop to be serious about the Church and the God Head and the doctrines.
Our HC is about as perfect of a man and of a coach that I have known. He walks in the footsteps of our beloved Lavel Edwards. He deserves this compliment.
The one exception:
Our HC and his staff must find a way, he must find the time, and he must put forth the effort and the focus to make sure that the same team, and the same coaches, that was our Cougar team and Cougar coaches, that beat USC, is going to be the same team that plays each and every one of the 12 teams we play each season from this day on until the end of time, with unwavering consistency. This is a must , that must be done l
We must be consistent in making sure that the Cougar team and the cougar coaches that played and coached in the games vs Utah, Washington, and Toledo, are not allowed in our sites anymore. They may not be called cougars anymore. We have seen enough of that. We know what our coaches and team are capable of and we require consistency in that capability.
We, most of us, have been patient while learning how to play a near P5 schedule.
After 4 years, the end results have not shown too much growth from the first year to this last year.
Patience among some of us is growing slim.
I/we (for one/ for all), want each of our coaches to stay, but we require that they figure out how to show more growth in our learning process from year to year.
We need to remind them, the coaches and the players, that we are grateful for the coaching and the planing and the focus, and the work that went into the USC game, and that we want no less from all 12 games that we play. No politics. Get Bushmann the ball and don’t deny him the opportunity.
I/we do not want any coach changes. I want our current coaches to show more consistent progress.
I /we want our AD to give assurance to our coaches that with notable improvement, their jobs are secure, but indeed, with the remaining teams on our schedules as the easier half of our schedule, much more consistent planning, coaching, and playing needs to show much more effort and positive results.
Anyone that agrees with this post, please add your name to it and it will be from all of us. State you agee in a different post and I will add your name to this.
If you disagree, please let us know where you disagree. In Summary, we all love and respect our team, our coaches and the best direction for our team to go. We may differ on how to do the best for our team, but we all agree that we do want the best for our team.