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Is he going to admit he was even fired? My guess is he is going to say there's no question that things didn't go as we all hoped this year, but that it was just a transitional year and he made the tough decisions that will benefit the program long-term and that he believes he should have had the opportunity to return because the foundation that he laid is strong and we were just one recruiting class away from returning to greatness. I bet he also talks about how he always knew that 2012 would be a tough year based on what he inherited.
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