What kind of leader was Ken Dorsey?

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I've been a Canes fan since the early 80's but we didn't have the type of access in New York that we have now outside of an occasional ESPN interview. Anyone have any insight into how he managed all of those great players (Outside of results)? Was he looked at as a true "field general" or did he just blend in?
 
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Pretty fiery on the field. Cool and confident off of it. I remember he would get in defender faces ocassionally and cuss them out.

Ken could get it done.

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Pretty fiery on the field. Cool and confident off of it. I remember he would get in defender faces ocassionally and cuss them out.

Ken could get it done.

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Pretty damn fiery in practice, too. You better not be late to practice...
 

brcane1

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He has a decent chance of being a NFL Head Coach someday, which requires some serious leadership ability.
 

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He was the type of leader Miami needs....
 

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And if you didn't respect him, you'd get your ass kicked by Al Blades and Ed Reed
 

Gatorhater

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Lost two games in three years(one by being cheated). I'm thinking he was one hell of a leader.
 
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TemplarCane

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He Made Miami Great Again (or at least was a bigly part of it)
 

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Lost two games in three years(one by being cheated). I'm thinking he was one hell of a leader.

and got hosed by the BCS in 2000, should of been 3 time champ and one of the greatest of all time,

True, although maybe Washington should have gotten the game --- they did beat us(of course our loss was earlier and unwritten rule said that matters, unless it is us). The one thing that was certain is that it should not have been FSU. Still Ken did lose that game and beating the snot out of the gator and chasing Spurrier to the NFL was kind of fun. Regardless, Ken was a beast and hope we see the day when he is our HC. I love Walsh but Ken was a little more bad ass.
 

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I've been a Canes fan since the early 80's but we didn't have the type of access in New York that we have now outside of an occasional ESPN interview. Anyone have any insight into how he managed all of those great players (Outside of results)? Was he looked at as a true "field general" or did he just blend in?

huh?

no disrespect, but that's like asking what kind of writer was ernest hemingway
 
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