Earthquakes in steady hands

March 30, 2004
By Marc Connolly
Taking over for a team that is coming off a championship season is the rarest of circumstances for a coach.

Tim Floyd encountered that in Chicago in 1998 when he took over for Phil Jackson after the Bulls had won their third straight championship. Mike Martz went through it in 2000 after succeeding the wildly-popular Dick Vermeil with the St. Louis Rams.

In many ways, it's a situation that former MetroStars coach Carlos Queiroz is experiencing right now in his first year as ...

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