There seems to be a few too many feathers flying around here when it comes to the future of the program. Obviously with the collapses of recent there can be blame placed on the coaching, injuries, lack of motivation and game-time coaching.
What I would like to know is: Where do you see the Oregon program going in the next 5, or 10 years and why is our current model so destined for failure?
It's obvious that we can achieve the highest level of success with the right personnel in the right formations but when should we start expecting that situation EVERY year?
In this generation of college football we may not be able to be the powerhouse on the level of USC, LSU, Notre Dame, and Ohio State but we should be aiming to compare with the likes of Texas, Auburn, Michigan, and West Virginia. How do we present ourselves as on the level of these programs?
We're all witnessing a dramatic coming of age in Oregon football. Save for WV (who I'm unsure about the history of) who in that above list has gone from decades of losing tradition to where they are now in 14 years?
The sky isn't falling, Oregon football has a bright future but things do have to be eventually changed. What is that miracle move that can take us from where we are now to where it seems most of us want to be?