Manny Diaz, the ex-Miami defensive coordinator and inventor of the Turnover Chain, was all set to jump to Temple University as the new head man. He'd be missed in Coral Gables, sure, but hell. A head job is a head job. Got to take it, right?
Well, until Miami head coach Mark Richt "retired" on Sunday, leaving a void right there on the homefront. Turns out, the second that happened, Diaz started plotting a Josh McDaniels move, and ended up Miami's head coach by the end of the night.
But that doesn't mean his Temple tenure wasn't immortalized on Wikipedia.
And let's take a quick look at Manny Diaz's Wikipedia pic.twitter.com/Ozt1BUpSo7— 12upSports (@12upSports) December 31, 2018
There's been a murder.
We didn't expect Temple fans to be capable of editing a Wiki. We also didn't expect them to exist.
Naturally, Diaz's abrupt reversal of course has given the NCAA football world plenty of bulletin board material.
That said, I am beyond excited to get to Philly & get around the players to form the same relationships we had with our guys down here. It's amazing what you can accomplish when you hold yourself to a high standard and demand it of those around you. #TempleTUFF @Temple_FB— Manny Diaz (@Coach_MannyDiaz) December 28, 2018
This was three days ago!
Oh, that's that good stuff. Hope you rented on Broad Street and didn't buy, sir!
That's some quick...turnover in the job department. If only there was some sort of chain for that kind of thing.