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RE: Haslam returns to Pilot the Truck Stops

Posted: 2/13/2013 6:39 PM

RE: Haslam returns to Pilot the Truck Stops 


"What you conclud.e depends on the information you have. If the information you have is managed, its unlikely your conclusions will be anything but what was intended to be concluded."

-- I think that's true of Haslam and of many people in public positions who tend to be surrounded by handlers. And therein lies one of the issues when it comes to understanding a person and how the process around him works.

We are now in Haslam's world to a large extent and he seems to have given much of it to Banner. So we get to see what he can do- even if Haslam has a hands-off influence to some extent. I haven't fully wrapped my mind around Haslam and Banner's relationship at this point. They seem an odd couple from the outside. Will it last or is this just a fling that a new owner falls under?

Since Jimmy has drifted off to Knoxville, I guess the ball is in Banner's court. And Lombardi's. And the coaches to an extent. I suppose the draft will tell us something. Then, of course, there's camp and the resulting season...

At least we didn't end up with a coach named Chip. Somehow I take solace in that.
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Posted: 2/13/2013 6:47 PM

RE: Haslam returns to Pilot the Truck Stops 


At least we didn't end up with a coach named Chip. Somehow I take solace in that.    

That guy never intended on coming to Cleveland.

It's on a lake, not an ocean.
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