Three quotes, and you can come to whatever conlcusion you want on your own. First, Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1841:
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little mindsNext, David Cutcliffe, July 2007:
I didn't do a good job of managing the run game [in 2006]. I didn't call stuff that we do well -- and I know we do well -- enough.And David Cutcliffe, September 2007:
I remember (former NFL coach) Dick Vermeil talking to me years ago, and he said, "You've just got to call the run game and keep calling it for something to pop," Cutcliffe said.Is it just me, or are there constant promises of change, with no actual change?
I have to fix it from that standpoint. You have to believe in it a little bit more.
On an unrelated note: Happier words to come out of Smyrna.