What else is he going to say here? These types of "stories" don't really do anything for me. The real proof is in how many 18-20 hour days he spends at the complex. Bill was a legendary coach, but the time he spent working and not with his family was overboard most of the time. Hopefully Klieman has a better balance.
I guess that's true. I'm not sure its fair to be so critical of Bill. By all accounts he is a great husband and father and grandfather. Sure, he was a work-aholic. But, it didn't seem to get in the way of his family.
John Kurtz and Mason Voth were debating a fantastic question on 1350 KMAN The Game today. The question was: if you could choose a win against Oklahoma or a win next week against Kansas, which would you choose?