Reports are that Hawk was so worried about injuries that we barely hit during camp and game week. That's playing 'not to lose' instead of preparing to win. Other reports have talked about how Hawkins is a big believer in work/life balance for himself and his staff. I'm sorry, but work overwhelming your personal life is part of the deal when you accept a job paying you that kind of money. We have a soft, unprepared team that doesn't have a sense of urgency. We have a program that values being a good husband/good son more than being a good coach/good player. To me, this is an even bigger problem than the poor personnel management, substandard recruiting, awful clock management, and inept offense. This is foundational and it's not something that can get fixed because it's simply who Hawk is.