Whether there is a front-office overhaul or not, Gores said it not a decision that will be allowed to fester.
“Yeah, after the season, we’re going to address it right away,” he said. “We have to. We have to let the season play out, then we’ve got to get it done.”
“I feel it was the right thing to do and I feel good about it,” Gores said in his first public comments on the firing, save for a press release. “This is a very young team, a very young team. So we have to put them in a position grow as much as possible, and I felt like they were not in a position to grow as much as possible. So I feel good about it.”
Gores said interim coach John Loyer is “doing a great job,” even if that hasn’t been reflected in the standings.
“The team is better than their record,” Gores said. “They just are. They’re better than their record. So I wouldn’t say they didn’t respond. I would say that they’re just doing their best right now. I believe in these guys. I believe in this team.”