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It looked like he’d overcome that rocky introduction after beating the Pats and guiding his team to a 6-0 start, but his team collapsed to an 8-8 finish. A 3-10 start to his 2010 season 鈥?which included $100,000 in NFL fines for illegally taping the 49ers before a game in London 鈥?was all owner Pat Bowlen needed to see before firing his head coach. Two years after his ascension, McDaniels was a coordinator once more 鈥?at first with a bad Rams team, and from 2012-on with the Patriots.
But his fall from grace has been viewed as a humbling experience, and his decision to rebuild his value with the franchise that made him a hotshot coaching hire in the first place was the smartest decision he could make. While he’s still had moments where he’s clashed with his star quarterback, McDaniels has taken a more professional road in response.
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Watt and Houston Emergency Medical Services director Dr. David Persse will receive Doctor of Humanities in Medicine degrees, awarded to individuals who have provided exceptional support or service directly or indirectly to Baylor or to academic medicine as a whole and to the community at large, according to Baylor’s announcement.
We award honorary degrees to those who have made a major impact on the College, our community or academic medicine in general, said Dr. Paul Klotman, president, CEO and executive dean of Baylor.
In the year following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and the community’s incredible response, it was most fitting to honor two community leaders who contributed in major ways, Dr. Persse and J.J. Watt. Our graduates and their families can take important lessons from all four of these honorary degree recipients.