Originally Posted by FanSince72
And I suppose he doesn't deserve at least SOME of the credit?
Why don't you take a step back and smell what you're shoveling?
And no one has to apologize for BA because there's nothing to apologize for. He's doing well because he's a good coach and the "Arians sucks" diatribe simply doesn't fly anymore (as if it ever did).
I think Arians deserves some credit for Indy's success this year, he's putting in hard work. But I wouldn't use Indy's success to say that he's a good coach or to try and refute the 5 years of evidence that claims he's somewhat less than a genius.