I came across an interesting quote from West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen regarding West Virginia's Athletic Director a few days ago:
Holgorsen has only two concerns: meeting and practicing. Everything else, he said, he leaves to Luck. "He understands football," Holgorsen said of the West Virginia quarterback-turned-executive. "He understands what you need to be successful. There is a lot of stuff I don't have to worry about because he's already taken care of it. He lets me do my job. ... Oliver worries about stadium upgrades, suites, club levels, parking, seating. I don't even get in the middle of it."
It was an interesting contrast to the comments made by Cassius Marsh last month where he basically indicated that Coach Mora has had to take care of the football players himself. While Coach Mora may have endeared himself to the players, it's clear that he shouldn't have to take those steps in a well run football program.
I'm sorry, but Coach Mora shouldn't have to worry about getting his players decent socks. He should be, like Coach Holgorsen is, focused on getting his players better so they can win games. It really makes one wonder what Dan Guerrero is doing for his money.