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With her husband as a PR guy for UND, this is wishful by Indy77
I do agree with you. She should resign. The game and recruiting have passed her by.
No reason that ND can't attract a young, connected coach to breathe some life into the program.
Hell, look what Purdue did in such a short period of time by hiring Dave Shondell, the Muncie Cental H.S. coach 10 years ago. They have been consistently ranked in the top 15 since the year after his arrival.
Here's the location of his bio (http://www.purduesports.com/sports/w-volley/mtt/shondell_dave00.html)
What is the compelling reason to retain a less than mediocre coach to lead the program?
Coach Brown gave it her best shot, time to resign and turn the program over to a proven winner.
What a waste.