Originally Posted by tru80texan
I personally think he needed a change to light a fire under him. He was public enemy #1 & most of it was his own doing. He simply was too comfortable & was a bit too arrogant despite his mistakes.
I don't understand this opinion. Listening to Foster, Jacoby was a hard worker here. Jacoby, Foster, & Casey would stay past practice & work on hands, routes, & what not.
He stopped, as far as we can tell, goofing around, missing meetings & that kind of stuff in his last couple of years here.
Sure, he was a knucklehead when he got here, but he was a pro when he left.