But the MSM might be catching on
In the Daily News Steve Dilbeck writes:
Here comes the light, shining more brilliantly than ever, its laser-like focus about to illuminate UCLA's Karl Dorrell.
It's year three for Dorrell as the Bruins' head football coach. The year in which even the most patient begin to expect results and even the most faithful demand tangible progress.
The year, as Dorrell continually has said, to take it to another level.
There is no more room for 6-7 and 6-6 seasons, ending in losses in Las Vegas and Silicon Valley bowl games.
It sounds like people are starting to get it.
It's put up or shut up time. Another mediocre Pac 10 performance and a loss to a WAC team in a fourth-tier bowl isn't going to get it done.