Seems to me there is a credibility problem among head football coaches in the SEC west.
Nick Saban says "I'm not gonna be Alabama's coach." A month later, he's hired at Bama.
Houston Nutt denies a relationship with a woman (not his wife) with whom he had over 1,000 phone conversations.
Bobby Petrino assures his boss on Monday that he is Falcon's coach forever. On Tuesday, he is hired at Arkansas.
Am I the only one bothered that liars can make millions? Integrity used to count for something; Now, it is secondary to winning football games. My sincere wish is for Nutt, Saban, and Petrino to fall flat on their lying butts.
Croom, Tuberville, and Miles (so far) are coaches with integrity that are good role models. My sympathies are with the student ahtletes that have Saban, Nutt, and Petrino as role models. What great examples of ethical behavior these "gentlemen" are.