Four Rookie Head Coaches That Are Destined To Fail

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Four Rookie Head Coaches That Are Destined To Fail

You know that old saying about how cream always rises to the top?

Well, that isn't always true. Sometimes it transforms into that unsavory gelatinous brown goo, which swirls at the bottom of your mug, so much so that you never quite manage to shoot it down your gullet.

Often times, you just let it sit at the bottom of the mug as you finish your term paper or work to meet a deadline on a project, allowing it to fester into a seemingly impenetrable wall of mutant coffee grime.

In fact, it can get so bad that no amount of scrubbing manages to free your coffee mug from the grasp of this horrendous mutant sludge. The once sweet and flavorful coffee cream has turned into a yellowish-brown ring of foul-tasting particles at the bottom of your mug, which continues to taint your coffee drinking experiences for years to come.

A rookie head coach is a lot like cream. When you first open the pack, it looks so fresh and smells so sweet. Likewise, a new head coach almost seems like a breath of fresh milky goodness when they first take over the reigns from the failed regime before them.

However, they can either go on to invigorate your franchise and take it to the next level or leave it a wretched, fetid mess in two to three years. And to top it off, it may take several more years until you find some one else to wash away the bitter taste that the last guy left behind.

In this article, I will discuss those new rookie head coaches who you will be more likely to find at the bottom of your mug than at the top of the podium hoisting a Lombardi Trophy come 2012.

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