I’m not hear to argue gender bias or defend any hire, but I think there’s a lot more to caring for a program than wins and losses. Not that anyone wants to be a part of a losing program or culture but saying that a coach being hired with a losing record shows they don’t care about their program isn’t necessarily true. Are wins and losses a big part of the puzzle? Sure. But not the only piece. Just think some of these generalizations are overstated and reaching. Disagreeing with her hire because she has a bad record is totally enough without discrediting yourself by claiming to know how her former players felt she cared for the program when you don’t. Or the experience they had. Or implying a female with a poorer record (especially at an inferior school) can’t care about a program or impact a program like a male can. Or anyone at a lower level school, for that matter. Rebuilding programs that experience some of their best seasons in recent memory can be some of the most fun to be a part of, next to winning a title.