From the Spec:
[i]"If you're afraid of challenges, you shouldn't be in this business," said Taaffe, who has served as a coaching consultant for the University of Pittsburgh Panthers since August. Prior to that, the 57-year-old spent five seasons as University of Maryland's offensive co-ordinator and quarterback's coach.
"I see it a little differently. I see it as a real opportunity. When you're 4-14, there is only one way you can go. I think there are things in place, the things that you need to have a chance to be successful.
"It would be a lot of hard work. We have to rebuild the football team and the chemistry has to be right. Attitudes and accountability are very important in building a winning organization. It's not just accumulation of talent. That's important but it is how you develop that talent," says Taaffe, adding morale, chemistry and locker room must all be addressed to put a winning team on the turf.[/i]