Re: Is it time for JoePA to retire?
Lets just give an example of what I fear. Sub .500 seasons continue(slight tarnish to a great career) and Joe decides to keep at it. Finally school and boosters force hime out(even more of a tarnish). My thought is unless he produces a winning team/championship level, then he isn't doing anything a new guy couldn't do. And he will be doing it at the cost of his career and the University. Better walk out when you have choice. I was always told its not hard to know when to get in, its hard to know when to get out. Like Favre, what is worse... hanging it up a year early, or getting benched and having that be your last image. I do want Joe to have a great lasting moment to walk away with, but I worry it might have already happened.