It did not take much to read between the lines after seeing the coach's quotes on
"I was unhappy just with our mindset coming out of the dressing room on Saturday morning. I thought the kids would be fired up and ready to go."
"Things were bad early and they got worse as the game went on ... It's a distrubing trend that we've got to figure out what it is and we've got to get it taken care of."
It is reasonable to wonder, based on the way Windsor came out its past two games — they have been outscored 82-7 in the first halves — whether the coach has lost the players, or the players are tuning out the coach. There's already been rumblings about some internal discord.
It's not this site's place to say it, plus you never presume to know what goes on inside someone else's football team. The media in Windsor, though, might want to get cracking, because coaches are ultimately judged on their record. To use a Detroit Lions analogy while one still can, there was no way Rod Marinelli could come back after 0-16 (he's still a good coach, and has found another NFL job with the Chicago Bears, coaching defensive linemen). Morencie is a good guy, but the long string of losing seasons at Windsor must be addressed.
Lancers loss gets coach in motivating mode (CBC.ca)