Tony Guzzo is a great man. When my family needed him this past year, he was right there. He talked to both of my boys at length(imagine that) and consoled my husband.
As far as baseball goes, don't count him out. His future can be alot of different avenues. Not all of them coaching. He has contacts everywhere. This incident is not going to dictate his career, it is not a roadblock, it is a stepping stone to his future.
I beleive there is not one person on this website that has greater firsthand knowledge of Dr. Jarrett's ways than my family. I could tell many stories that have been passed on. Most of us are to young to even know about.(except you beach dad). However, I believe Guzz would not want this anymore than Bud would. As a matter of fact, I can send any one of you a "letter to the editor" that Bud wrote many years ago.
Speculation will always be there, but just remember, nobody here has a clue what the final outcome will be. We are all just spectators in the stands for this one. It is still a state institution that has to follow certain guidelines. But don't kid yourself, Dr. Jarrett is the final resting spot. Especially with the person who actually runs his office retiring.
Not that Tony waste his time reading this site, but my family does wish him the best and certainly appreciate all of the time he has devoted to the ODU program.
The best thing that each of you can do, and I have said this before, is support the program by attending the games.