Deloss Dodds is no stranger to comments that create controversy. In an interview with the Austin American-Statesmen, Deloss Dodds take a shot at the University of Missouri. The quote reads:
“We’re going to have good years again,” Dodds promised. “Our bad years are not that bad. Take a school like Missouri. Our bad years are better than their good years. But we’ve created a standard.”
While that has some truth to that statement, that comment wasn’t necessary to make. Here are some tweets about that subject:
Regarding DeLoss Dodds’ comment, last year Mizzou beat Texas in football, went 3-0 in men’s basketball, 3-1 in baseball and 2-1 in softball.
— Joe Walljasper (@JoeWalljasper) February 12, 2013
Holy balls, DeLoss Dodds with the quote of the year via @kbohls – “If you win all the time, it’s not good for the coaches or the kids.”
— Geoff Ketchum (@gkketch) February 12, 2013
Texas AD DeLoss Dodds may be trolling, but it seems more likely he’s just out of touch, needs to retire soon. sbn.to/Ubhp84
— Wescott Eberts (@SBN_Wescott) February 12, 2013
DeLoss Dodds is the Skip Bayless of athletic directors.
— Jason Lisk (@JasonLisk) February 12, 2013
On that last RT… Hey Deloss Dodds, you’re Texas, your standard shouldn’t be and isn’t the same as Missouri’s. My goodness.
— nick wright (@getnickwright) February 12, 2013
Deloss Dodds should focus instead on getting Texas back to that standard instead of insulting other schools to make a point.