David Hale Was Right About Chizik

Back in the winter, David Hale did a great post about the SEC coaches as LOST characters.  At the time, I wasn’t watching LOST.  I heard a lot of good things about LOST, and my wife and I rented the Pilot.  We were hooked and spent the next two months catching up. 

This was his synopsis of  Gene Chizik (Dr. Leslie Artz):

Gene Chizik is… Dr. Artz. Strange character, no one was quite sure how he ended up on the show, but oddly, he turned out to be a bit smarter than he was given credit for. Until he blew himself up.

I didn’t think Chizik was a good hire, but he has proven that he is better than pratically everyone gave him credit for.  With that being said, it appears Auburn could be playing with 150 year old dynamite. 


4 Responses to “David Hale Was Right About Chizik”

  1. 1 BuyPropertyUcheeDawg! November 15, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Bravo, Corbin.

  2. 2 Derek November 15, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    Gene is 13-24 without Cam Newton. Therefore, the verdict is still out on this guy. Especially when he’s likely to lose Malzahn and Newton in the off season.

  3. 3 Andy Coleman November 15, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    Haha! I love it! I give the dynamite until the FBI is through with their part, then it all blows up!

  4. 4 Dawgfan17 November 17, 2010 at 8:56 am

    Chizik is there for his defensive mind. AU is awful on D. Once Gus goes on to a head coaching job AU will be a little better than they were before Chizik showed up, because the recruiting has been very good and this season will help that continue. But without Gus calling plays AU loses several games this year even with Cam at QB. No Cam or Gus this year and AU is slightly better than Ole Miss this year.

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