Is the right move really to allow Kelly to continue to run this program?
He will have lost every bowl where he faced an above average opponent(fSU, Bama, LSU) thus giving him have a losing record in bowl games.
In five years he will have only one season with 10+ wins and one could argue that season was the result of more luck than skill I.e. Pitt.
His 'Heisman' contender QB has spiraled out of control to the bench becoming a turnover machine on the downward slide.
There is no evidence that this program is trending in the right direction, so why after another indicator would Swarbrick continue to allow him to be the face and leader of this program.
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