If the players are on the field, then the guys above them are finally taking some GenResponsibility.
Some interesting parts to the article:
Admitting there's a problem is the first step in changing things, right? But then we have this snippet:
Speaking for ownership and what the ownership feels are two completely different things. What has ownership done to demonstrate they are upset with how things are going? you might ask. I guess that's where the new ownership discussion starts. Show us, don't tell us, huh?
Something just doesn't seem right with the following:
Three years later, he remains in charge, but players who failed or became too expensive were discarded. That sends a strong message in the clubhouse, creates a dynamic in which the players want to win more for themselves than the organization.
Tom Martin? Steve Finley? Yep, a "zero-tolerance for mediocrity - or worse - at all levels".
Hurdle keeps his faith in Atkins.