Because he was giving Seth the benefit of the doubt up to the point where, yet again, his assistants fled the program.
When you invest the resources of the bball program in a coach, you aren't going to fire him after the first or second setback, especially when there are plausible reasons for the setbacks; however, when you reach the point, as Seth did, that these setbacks are repeated for a 3rd time, an employer must consider the common denominator.
Here, Seth lost all of his assistants, yet again. There, simply was no reason for Weaver to give him another chance.
And that drove the timing.
Sun Apr 29 2012, 11:31 AM #33I have come here to take Deer Antler Spray and win the Superbowl, and I'm all out of Deer Antler Spray.