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    Tuesday, February 13, 2007  
    Football: Chargers fire the Coach
    Marty Schottenheimer no longer coaches the San Diego Chargers. Who cares? Well -- it is good news because apparently he can't win playoff games. It is bad news because the team lost most of its coaches to other teams already and so next year is likely going to be a rebuilding year. The team says the reason was dysfunctional relationships within the organization; someone should tell the GM and coach to grow up and work out their differences. Which coach would accept the position now, knowing that the GM is a bully?

    I nearly made it through the year without watching football. I caugt a couple of Charger games on Tivo and watched some of the playoffs and the SuperBowl. Part of the reason was that the Chargers were doing so well -- is it my obligation as a citizen of SD to watch and cheer? I suspect it may be a little easier next year to have other plans on Sunday.

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