DJ. Durkin's delayed fire indicates the inability of Maryland


<p class = "canvas-man canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = Maryland had announced D.J. Durkin would return from an administrative license as a Maryland football coach, Athletic Director Damon Evans informed him that he was fired. Less than 30 hours after Maryland's announcement, D.J. Durkin would be returning from an administrative leave, as Maryland's coach, Athletic Director Damon Evans, informed him that he was fired.

And with that, Meryland officials dropped a fresh kerosene bin for what he would remembered for a long time as one of the biggest administrative waste fires in the history of both college and tertiary education. In Maryland, whose football program has never set the highest levels in the field, they managed to break the highest levels of disability. If they offered college football bids based on gaps in leadership, the decibels of disasters in public relations, and full deafness after a tragedy, Maryland would be unanimous. 1 seed in 2018. It is hard to imagine that this effort does not put them in the debate about a "century" group.

<p class = "canvas-man canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "After more than 24 hours caustic columns, and a warning from the governor – THE DISCRETION INTERVIEW, think – Maryland did what was so obvious to everyone, but the Maryland University System of the Board of Directors. Separated ways with Durkin, which will end up making $ 5 million, and eventually let the public embarrassed to finally yield some common sense. " After more than 24 hours of caustic columns, the promise of student protests and a prompting by the governor – DISCOVERING THE SWITCH, think – Maryland did what was so obvious to everyone except Maryland's University System Regents Board, who crossed the streets with Durkin, $ 5 million, and finally let the embarrassment of the audience finally come to some common sense.

<p class = "canvas-person canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = August, anyone with a brain and a ring full of emotional intelligence he could see that there was no way to continue working as a Maryland football coach. A player named Jordan McNair died in June. Durkin was not responsible in any way for that. And one of the few things that the university faced in this was to accept "legal and moral" responsibility. Since Maryland put Durkin on an administrative leave in August, everyone with a brain and a calf full of emotional intelligence could see that there was no way to continue working as a Maryland football coach. A player named Jordan McNair died in June. Durkin was not found responsible in any way about it. And one of the few things he was handling the university, and he accepted "legal and moral" responsibility.

Maryland threw football coach D. J. Durkin on Wednesday, just 24 hours after his rehabilitation. (Getty)

But things became so bad around Maryland's program, including ESPN that characterized it as a "toxic culture," there was no way for Durkin to return and resume any usual guidance powers there. His future was impossible, and when they could not find reason to shoot him for cause, they had to send him his money and hired a search firm to get the next guy.

After the death of a player, forcing researchers to discover the program culture and their almost quarterly suspension, the only people who felt like they could return to the void without complete chaos were those Maryland counter-terrorists. They made it clearly against the wishes of Maryland Wallace Loh, who eventually announced that he would give up in June after this chaos.

And he managed to do it in one of the most difficult news stories in recent memory. Loh refused to use the name Durkin. In an awkward speech full of naval transport, the only person responsible for Maryland would be the Titanic.

But captain Loh took the final jab as he forced his revenge on the table by firing Durkin one day after the regents forced him to take the coach back. Loh has not just surpassed the excellent leadership here, but he believes he has the foresight to see the tsunami of negative type and horrible vision that others have failed. She tried to save Maryland from herself, but the regents pushed forward, through equal portions of ferocity and love. "The overwhelming majority of stakeholders have expressed serious concerns about Coach D.J. Durkin returns to the campus," Loh said in a statement Wednesday.

James Brady, chairman of the Board of Regents of Maryland, commented on why the school restores D.J. Durkin on Tuesday in a long and awkward statement. Durkin was fired on Wednesday. (NO)

Because the board of directors went all these lengths to bring back Durkin, who was 10-15 in school and had only two years in his contract, may be the most disturbing place. Success was never an option for Durkin when he was initially suspended. Initially, in real terms, it would take an extension of the contract in the coming months. Even the blind mice in the Maryland council could see how well they'd gone.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – Sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = drinking jeans when he grabbed a bottle of water at the press conference on Tuesday. Massive alcohol consumption could have been the only logical explanation for how Maryland's regents – common sense – could have understood Durkin's return working for any extended period of time. Fortunately, the correct answers came with such white hot fury from the media, students and government, that the apparent decision eventually arrived. " It is logical now why the boat clown driver James Brady made a wild inappropriate joke to drink jeans when grabbing alcohol consumption could be the only logical explanation for how the Maryland regents – the supposed leaders vision and common sense – they could understand the return of Durkin for any extended period of time. the right answers came with such a nasty fury from the media, the students and the government that the obvious decision eventually arrived.

But not before Maryland wins a 24-hour news circle of the villain. Congratulations to Maryland football, you can eventually claim your place in the richest air of the big college soccer.

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