You may think this should be on the basketball board but I posted this specifically to the football board. UH basketball has an entrenched culture. No need to fix something that does not need fixing.
On the other hand, I think the football team would be well served to follow these rules to build on its culture.
Why is it so hard to find someone like that?
Ehhh…. It’s much harder in my opinion to create a culture for football than basketball mainly because of the postseason landscape.
March Madness benefits all conferences while the CFB playoff benefits the SEC/B1G+OU
You could argue that Jimbo fisher had a culture at Florida State when really he had Jameis Winston. He’s making multi millions while on a hot seat
Culture! It’s not just what grows in the shower.
I’m not sure I get that the CFP affects a team’s culture. I think the football team has elements of culture but there is clearly room for improvement.
I think part of the problem is the roster turnover each season. Hard to instill a culture with players coming and going.
That, and the sheer numbers involved (coaches, players, and ratio of coaches:players) make it more of a challenge.
There are certainly principles to emulate, but the number of moving pieces in a football program makes it kind of difficult to follow the same “formula.”
I meant it’s hard to build a culture unless you have access to playing at the highest level or at least have a shot at it (coaching turnover)
If Group of 5 teams didn’t have a shot at March Madness, I would assume that Kelvin would’ve left UH a long time ago
Maybe we can CKS to do double duty as our HC?
I would think it would go a long ways to developing that culture if the coaching staff embraced it and they found team captains that embraced it.
The blue bloods all have culture not tied to a coach. They put the cult in culture.
Simple, one’s a future Hall of Fame Coach, the other isn’t.