It's simple, the move to force Moss out will only serve to ruin the school's reputation and make future prospects for head coach much harder to find. If I were considering taking such a position at UNCW, I wouldn't because they have made it clear, they don't respect nor value the position and the person occupying it.
The way this was done: Horribly disrespectful to Moss, his staff, the players, fans and student body.
The honorable thing to do would be to allow Moss to finish the season, give him an opportunity to resign, and buy out the remainder of his contract.
But it's too late for that now and the person(s) in charge of making this decision should be reassigned to janitorial duty or terminated altogether. They could learn a thing a two from the Janitors who probably know more about respect and perhaps more about leadership.
Just remember, when contacting potential replacements for this position, they will do their research and most likely find this to be a turn off. It will not give them a sense of stability and therefore, why should they move their family here? It's not always about the money. It's about the level of respect and stability one desires when selecting their next place of employment.
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