Don't know Quinlan real well, but have had the opportunity to have a few Payson games in the last few years. Seemed like he was a well behaved, classy guy on the sideline in those few games. Not much complaining, just a lot of coaching, and trying to get the most out of his kids.
11 coaches in 25 years is very sad to see for the kids, and tells you there is some deeper problem within the system itself at Payson. Just doesn't seem possible to get 11 straight guys who have no desire to stay and build that program in Payson.
Finally with regard to Obert's column I know M. Morgan has been frustrated for a period of many years now, with regard to having to almost beg some of the best kids to play. In a school of SJ size, 1 of your better athletes not playing is devastating. From my perspective that tells me there is something wrong, and from a coaches perspective that should be a flashing red light as well. I've seen it since the late 1990's--about 10 years in. I think some coaches and their personalities have a life span in one spot. IMO that is what is happening, and I do believe that sometimes fresh faces and fresh places can be good for all involved. If Payson were to get Morgan, I think his work ethic pays instant dividends to that program. Sounds like Payson however needs to decide how important that program and supporting the program is before either side commits.