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Published: January 8, 2010
Loaded with prima donnas from top to bottom, the 2009 edition of the Hawks were coddled by their head coach, Jim Mora, who lost his job as a result. Consider him Zeke, the kid who was always first to pass in your Trail caravan.
The problem with Mora isn’t that he simply lost too many games; much of it has to do with his reputation as a player’s coach.
The term “player’s coach” is code for, “I want to be your friend, and while you’ll want me to stick around so you don’t have to do much work, I will probably get fired without ever accomplishing much since, deep down, you don’t respect me.” That’s a long-ass code, but you get the idea.
Mora didn’t have the respect of his players, and it showed.
The team quit on him down the stretch, as the Seahawks were pummeled in thei...
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