The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga head coach knows very well the fundamental demand of coaching college basketball, as well as the consequences when it's not met.
But that doesn't make it any more rational in his mind.
"It's called instant gratification. I understand that. You're good if you win and bad if you lose," the Mocs' coach said before practice Wednesday. "We're all about the end result. If Omar (Wattad)'s shot goes in against Georgia Southern and there's doesn't, suddenly I'm a better coach?