To the editor:
To those screaming about coach Enfield's loyalty, I ask you, are you crazy? Let's say you had a job that you liked, you did a very, very, good job, your people loved you. You were under paid, near the bottom of the national scale for outstanding people in the same position. All of a sudden the whole nation realizes how outstanding you are, what an asset to their company you would be. Your company loves you, but is a small company and can only double or triple your comparatively meager salary for your worth.
A wonderful company,with an outstanding reputation, in a great place, offers you 10 times what you now make. Don't tell me you would not take it! The six-year contract amounts to more than $9 MILLION dollars!
Oh, you want to talk about loyalty to the school ? In that profession, what happens to the school's loyalty when the coach doesn't produce? Bam --You're fired, on the spot. Where is that loyalty?
Rational people agree 100 percent with what went transpired.