The front office is more than putting players on the field... just as important is fiscal responsibility, getting sponsors, arena relations, ticket sales, etc.
An experienced minor league baseball guy should be able to run an indoor football front office.
The Head Coach can be the football guy.
So, what you're really saying is you don't like your front office guy because he's doing a bad job. Don't blame it on his baseball experience.
As far as "the baseball" guy running the front office, which he has done for more than two years by the way, your logic is just off, an office manager has nothing to do with the players that is what a coaching staff is for. The manager runs the day to day stuff with vendors and ticket sales, sponsor sales etc. You want a SALESMAN in your front office not a jock. So just because he ran the baseball teams means he knows nothing about football? Do you know him personally to know he is not a football guy? You are saying just because he ran the baseball team he is a baseball guy well i think he has run a football team longer so doesn't that now mean he is now a football guy instead? Just going on your brilliant logic here.
Yes the sprowls now run the team but just because an owner has deep pockets does not mean the team will run smoothly either. I will say this the Rage has lasted longer than any other team at the family arena so i will give credit to the owner of the Believers, Ed, and to Tye Elliott who bought the Believers and turned them into the Rage and who stuck with the Rage through several partners and even more problems and to the new owners the Sprowls, owning a team is never easy i am sure .
but the Rage are probably no better
or worse than when they were getting
a lot of easier wins against replacement
teams and forfietures on their opponents part.
They are up against consistently better competition
game after game now as members of United Indoor
And they are a good team.
3 - 3 isn't the end of the world.
That div. is still theirs for the taking.
And God bless Mr. Sprowls.