Flip wrote:Chin took another position or was he fired?
BasketballMind wrote:Three years later and there is no doubt in my mind Schlieve was the right guy to turn this program around. We don't play nearly the level of teams we used to, but being without a conference and now in a newly formed conference, that's going to happen. The whole feel around the football program is a complete turnaround from how it had been for so long. This year we defeated a ranked Valley City club for the first time in 15 years! People come to the games and actually stay now. We've competed with Jamestown for the first time in many years the past two season and have had signature wins over old DAC opponents (VCSU 2013, Dickinson 2012). Schlieve was the right guy because Mayville isn't a stepping stone for him, it's where he wants to be.
ndlionsfan wrote:Hired John Haines, former MSU alumni. From what I've read, old coach was upset about how MSU offers coaches contracts each year and the pay for his assistants
Flip wrote:ndlionsfan wrote:Hired John Haines, former MSU alumni. From what I've read, old coach was upset about how MSU offers coaches contracts each year and the pay for his assistants
Prior to being HC wasn't he an assistant coach himself?
Big Blue wrote:For as much talk on here that Schlieve "built" the program to new heights, I'm afraid his mid-July resignation left the foundation in two times worse of shape then he found it. He left less than three weeks before the start of fall camp. Not to mention Mayville State played in the first college football game of the season. Also, the team will be playing a much tougher schedule than the last three seasons. I'm afraid it will take around two or three years to see how Haines will do considering he wasn't given a fighting chance to prepare for this season.
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