A terrific profile of USC football coach Pete Carroll. He was fired from two pro jobs in three years. I remember some of the things that were written about him then: he knew nothing about football and even less about coaching; he was this dopey cheerleader kind of guy, totally unsuited to be a football coach; he was an idiot and a laughingstock.
But for the last six years he has been the most successful Division I football coach in the country.
Supports one of my beliefs. Almost everybody has a place. Sometimes it just takes time to find out what it is.
(Link via the ever-wonderful Sports Guy.)