Tag Archives: fire Chuck Pagano

Top 12 reasons to be patient evaluating Ryan Grigson and Chuck Pagano as Colts leaders
September 19, 2016

The 2016 Indianapolis Colts season appears to be little more than an extension to the disappointing 2015 season – one that began with Super Bowl dreams and ended with broken bones, torn ligaments, and a front office and coaching staff staring into the abyss. General manager Ryan Grigson and head coach were saved from the […]

Are constant headaches and uncertainty for a coach worth the money or effort
October 29, 2015

by Kent Sterling I look at the mood swings of Chuck Pagano, the uncertainty surrounding Rick Pitino, and the constant din of criticism for Tom Crean, and I wonder whether being a coach is worth the money or sacrifice. It’s a tough life, even for a secure coach with a pristine record of winning and compliance. […]

Chuck Pagano and Kevin Wilson may be fired, but their legacy will be strong
October 27, 2015

by Kent Sterling No one wants to get fired.  There is an unpleasant stigma to getting the ax, and the phone calls to share the news with family are humbling, unpleasant, and easily the worst part. Getting fired happens to coaches.  It happens all the time, and to almost every coach who aspires to lead young […]

Indianapolis Colts show a pulse with seven minutes left in Nashville
September 28, 2015

by Kent Sterling The obituaries were being written, and reporters were ready to pronounce the Indianapolis Colts dead for 2015. Behind 27-14 in Nashville as the clock ticked under seven minutes to play, the Colts awakened with a fury unseen since the startling comeback win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 wild card […]