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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby HJS on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:20 am

commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.

As ATL has pointed out in the past, when you see names in the press, it is the work of agents with coaches as a client. So, those words about RU being a preference of Daz vs. his current job might as well have been in quotes from his agent.

With other schools, such interest from other schools would prompt the current employer to try and secure their coach. At BC, such chirping in the media has the reverse effect. And tends to hasten an exit.

Daz's best way to keep his job at BC is to have some sort of teary, whimpering, heart-wrenching presser where he talks about his love for the school and the players and how he NEVER wanted to be anywhere but BC. That the job he currently has is all he ever dreamed of accomplishing.

The tough-guy... save face... I know what I'm doing... eff everyone... routines means he thinks the end is already here (and such a reaction would most certainly cement the likelihood thereof).
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby commavegarage on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:21 am

^^ would be really nice to care about bc football again

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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:21 am

commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary


you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby commavegarage on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:25 am

hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary



you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.


it is irrational anger. because it wouldn't be voluntary. i dont know why you keep thinking it would be.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:34 am

hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary


you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.


Being head coach at Rutgers has never been anyone's "dream." I actually think this was Addazio's dream job. I'll bet he truly believed that if he got this job he could make BC into a powerhouse. He's just not qualified for his dream job.

Being head coach at the P5 university is a sales job. It has taken the BC board of trustees at least seven years and its current AD a couple of years to figure out that he can't close. Hopefully it will not take them any longer than 5 more days to figure out what must be done to fix the problem.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby TobaccoRoadEagle on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:35 am

commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary



you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.


it is irrational anger. because it wouldn't be voluntary. i dont know why you keep thinking it would be.

he just wrote your name on the wall he's about to kick (because of his baby daddy's emotional problems)
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:36 am

commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary



you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.


it is irrational anger. because it wouldn't be voluntary. i dont know why you keep thinking it would be.


only because maybe he sees the Big10 as a conference upgrade, NJ as a recruiting area upgrade, lower admission standards, and possibly a pay upgrade. those might be reasons a person would leave. but he bitches about playing Clemson every year, he would walk into a division with Michigan, Penn State, Ohio State. good luck with that seven win Steve.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:37 am

TobaccoRoadEagle wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


if he leaves BC to go to Rutgers, there is a 0% chance it is voluntary



you think him saying he would have interest even if not fired is just to keep his options open? the idea of a coach voluntarily leaving BC to go to Rutgers makes me irrationally angry especially after making a big fucking charade about this being his dream job. don't say shit like that if you dont mean it, coach fuckface.


it is irrational anger. because it wouldn't be voluntary. i dont know why you keep thinking it would be.

he just wrote your name on the wall he's about to kick (because of his baby daddy's emotional problems)


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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby TobaccoRoadEagle on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:39 am

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...as for Rutgers, I think Daz would be a great hire for them (he's proven he rebuild a program from a dumpster fire into a seven win team) and a setback to what we are trying to accomplish. I think we need to be careful for what we wish for. A competitive Rutgers team would make our recruiting efforts more difficult although the type of player we are targeting probably wouldn't overlap that much except for maybe a few of the top players. still, a down Syracuse and Rutgers programs help us a lot I think.

they should ask nc state how that kind of thinking works out


The supply officer took a 3-9 nc state team to averaging 8 wins his last three years which is about what you'd expect for 8 win Tom.

look back more than one year. chuck the chest had them winning 8, 9, 11 games a year and one 3-9 season got him run out of town. tobias is unanimously considered a failure that left the program in a worse place than he found it among those that follow the pack down here in tobaccoroad. that said, doreen is playing the spaz role perfectly and bringing it down even further
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:49 am

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hansen wrote:
TobaccoRoadEagle wrote:
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...as for Rutgers, I think Daz would be a great hire for them (he's proven he rebuild a program from a dumpster fire into a seven win team) and a setback to what we are trying to accomplish. I think we need to be careful for what we wish for. A competitive Rutgers team would make our recruiting efforts more difficult although the type of player we are targeting probably wouldn't overlap that much except for maybe a few of the top players. still, a down Syracuse and Rutgers programs help us a lot I think.

they should ask nc state how that kind of thinking works out


The supply officer took a 3-9 nc state team to averaging 8 wins his last three years which is about what you'd expect for 8 win Tom.

look back more than one year. chuck the chest had them winning 8, 9, 11 games a year and one 3-9 season got him run out of town. tobias is unanimously considered a failure that left the program in a worse place than he found it among those that follow the pack down here in tobaccoroad. that said, doreen is playing the spaz role perfectly and bringing it down even further


Doeren makes Daz look like a coaching genius.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:49 am

hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


I don't like the thought of a being a stepping stone to Rutgres (i.e. if he's not fired and chooses to go there).

re: this game not being meaningful, I think there's something to be said about how a team a coach gets his team to perform when their back is against the wall. that said, it is clear for the most part by now what his strengths and limitations are.

as for Rutgers, I think Daz would be a great hire for them (he's proven he rebuild a program from a dumpster fire into a seven win team) and a setback to what we are trying to accomplish. I think we need to be careful for what we wish for. A competitive Rutgers team would make our recruiting efforts more difficult although the type of player we are targeting probably wouldn't overlap that much except for maybe a few of the top players. still, a down Syracuse and Rutgers programs help us a lot I think.


As much as want to be rid of the Dazzler, leaving BC voluntarily for Rutgers would not be ideal. And would they really hire a coach that just got fired?
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:54 am

DomingoOrtiz wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


I don't like the thought of a being a stepping stone to Rutgres (i.e. if he's not fired and chooses to go there).

re: this game not being meaningful, I think there's something to be said about how a team a coach gets his team to perform when their back is against the wall. that said, it is clear for the most part by now what his strengths and limitations are.

as for Rutgers, I think Daz would be a great hire for them (he's proven he rebuild a program from a dumpster fire into a seven win team) and a setback to what we are trying to accomplish. I think we need to be careful for what we wish for. A competitive Rutgers team would make our recruiting efforts more difficult although the type of player we are targeting probably wouldn't overlap that much except for maybe a few of the top players. still, a down Syracuse and Rutgers programs help us a lot I think.


As much as want to be rid of the Dazzler, leaving BC voluntarily for Rutgers would not be ideal. And would they really hire a coach that just got fired?


Addazio is not leaving voluntarily for Rutgers, or anywhere. He is in the job he wants for the salary he thinks he deserves. He is under contract and he will not be breaking it. The AD might break it, but Addazio won't be breaking it. Why would Addazio break it? Rutgers would never offer Addazio to break his contract what NCState offered toby to break HIS contract back in 2006.

That said, if the AD breaks the contract and Addazio is paid $2.8 million a year (or whatever it is) for a couple years to NOT be the head coach at BC, he is free to do whatever he wants. And he might want to be the head coach at Rutgers for a year or two until something better came along for him. Its not his dream job, but it is collecting double paychecks for two years. Who doesn't like that?
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:06 am

HJS wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.

As ATL has pointed out in the past, when you see names in the press, it is the work of agents with coaches as a client. So, those words about RU being a preference of Daz vs. his current job might as well have been in quotes from his agent.

With other schools, such interest from other schools would prompt the current employer to try and secure their coach. At BC, such chirping in the media has the reverse effect. And tends to hasten an exit.

Daz's best way to keep his job at BC is to have some sort of teary, whimpering, heart-wrenching presser where he talks about his love for the school and the players and how he NEVER wanted to be anywhere but BC. That the job he currently has is all he ever dreamed of accomplishing.

The tough-guy... save face... I know what I'm doing... eff everyone... routines means he thinks the end is already here (and such a reaction would most certainly cement the likelihood thereof).


I found it: https://www.boston.com/sports/national- ... -dream-job
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby HJS on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:07 am

I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.

As an aside, if he leaves voluntarily, we save money. If we save money on his exit, we have a better chance to spend it on the next coach.
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Postby 2001Eagle on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:15 am

The most exciting things about BC football since Gene cuck-fired Jags have been the breathless hyperbole and speculation about the firings of Spaz and Daz.
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Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:19 am

HJS wrote:I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.


I suppose there is some percentage chance that this may happen, but I doubt it. Why would he nuke his paycheck for the next two years and take another job for what will likely be, less? Rutgers wasn't his dream job.

I truly believe he still thinks he can do this job. I think that he thinks he is the right man to be BC's head coach, and he just caught nothing but 4 or 5 years of real bad luck in the injury department, the recruiting department, and the "my opponents in the Atlantic division are just too strong, the strongest division in college football" excuse department. I just think he is in denial that he can't sell BC. Last year was last year and the extension was probably brought on by a very promising 7-2 start, but the BOT and Marty might have also been in denial. I don't think they are in denial anymore.

Its not a knock on a person that they can't sell. I can't sell either. I am too sincere, too honest, too much of an open book. And because I can't sell, I couldn't be a head coach at a Power-5 school. I can't charm a 17 year old, 5-star, boy, the way Nick Saban can. But at least I'm not in denial.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby JesuitIvy on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:23 am

I think football coaches are always looking at ways to extend their careers as HCs first and foremost - Belicheck and Herm Edwards ditching the Jets are two examples - they already had jobs, but knew that by leaving they'd certainly have 5 years rather than one or two left running practices at Hofstra. I can see Daz leaving for Rutgers to get 5-7 years as opposed to one or two more at BC
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby ATLeagle on Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:27 am

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HJS wrote:I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.


I suppose there is some percentage chance that this may happen, but I doubt it. Why would he nuke his paycheck for the next two years and take another job for what will likely be, less? Rutgers wasn't his dream job.

I truly believe he still thinks he can do this job. I think that he thinks he is the right man to be BC's head coach, and he just caught nothing but 4 or 5 years of real bad luck in the injury department, the recruiting department, and the "my opponents in the Atlantic division are just too strong, the strongest division in college football" excuse department. I just think he is in denial that he can't sell BC. Last year was last year and the extension was probably brought on by a very promising 7-2 start, but the BOT and Marty might have also been in denial. I don't think they are in denial anymore.

Its not a knock on a person that they can't sell. I can't sell either. I am too sincere, too honest, too much of an open book. And because I can't sell, I couldn't be a head coach at a Power-5 school. I can't charm a 17 year old, 5-star, boy, the way Nick Saban can. But at least I'm not in denial.


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You remain dumb and prideful. He has one year of pay left at BC. Rutgers would be five years of payment at least. Probably at the same rate as now if not higher. He is done here and will get one more shot at the brass ring there. Probably can hire Louie too.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:03 pm

JesuitIvy wrote:I think football coaches are always looking at ways to extend their careers as HCs first and foremost - Belicheck and Herm Edwards ditching the Jets are two examples - they already had jobs, but knew that by leaving they'd certainly have 5 years rather than one or two left running practices at Hofstra. I can see Daz leaving for Rutgers to get 5-7 years as opposed to one or two more at BC


It would definitely be a smart move for Daz unless he absolutely loves being here. completely resets the clock on him having to deliver results.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:04 pm

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HJS wrote:I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.


I suppose there is some percentage chance that this may happen, but I doubt it. Why would he nuke his paycheck for the next two years and take another job for what will likely be, less? Rutgers wasn't his dream job.

I truly believe he still thinks he can do this job. I think that he thinks he is the right man to be BC's head coach, and he just caught nothing but 4 or 5 years of real bad luck in the injury department, the recruiting department, and the "my opponents in the Atlantic division are just too strong, the strongest division in college football" excuse department. I just think he is in denial that he can't sell BC. Last year was last year and the extension was probably brought on by a very promising 7-2 start, but the BOT and Marty might have also been in denial. I don't think they are in denial anymore.

Its not a knock on a person that they can't sell. I can't sell either. I am too sincere, too honest, too much of an open book. And because I can't sell, I couldn't be a head coach at a Power-5 school. I can't charm a 17 year old, 5-star, boy, the way Nick Saban can. But at least I'm not in denial.


IB:

You remain dumb and prideful. He has one year of pay left at BC. Rutgers would be five years of payment at least. Probably at the same rate as now if not higher. He is done here and will get one more shot at the brass ring there. Probably can hire Louie too.


He's signed through 2022. Obviously, there could be opt-outs but he has some sort of contract until then: https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... 022-season

he's done if he loses Saturday but I still think he could survive 6-6 but that's just my opinion. I have no inside knowledge of Jarmond's thinking.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:18 pm

hansen wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
innocentbystander wrote:
HJS wrote:I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.


I suppose there is some percentage chance that this may happen, but I doubt it. Why would he nuke his paycheck for the next two years and take another job for what will likely be, less? Rutgers wasn't his dream job.

I truly believe he still thinks he can do this job. I think that he thinks he is the right man to be BC's head coach, and he just caught nothing but 4 or 5 years of real bad luck in the injury department, the recruiting department, and the "my opponents in the Atlantic division are just too strong, the strongest division in college football" excuse department. I just think he is in denial that he can't sell BC. Last year was last year and the extension was probably brought on by a very promising 7-2 start, but the BOT and Marty might have also been in denial. I don't think they are in denial anymore.

Its not a knock on a person that they can't sell. I can't sell either. I am too sincere, too honest, too much of an open book. And because I can't sell, I couldn't be a head coach at a Power-5 school. I can't charm a 17 year old, 5-star, boy, the way Nick Saban can. But at least I'm not in denial.


IB:

You remain dumb and prideful. He has one year of pay left at BC. Rutgers would be five years of payment at least. Probably at the same rate as now if not higher. He is done here and will get one more shot at the brass ring there. Probably can hire Louie too.


He's signed through 2022. Obviously, there could be opt-outs but he has some sort of contract until then: https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... 022-season


I thought that Addazio had more than a year's pay coming to him from BC. I don't see him walking away from that for Rutgers, not of his choosing anyway. He might coach there after he is fired at BC and collect double checks, but, I don't know.

hansen wrote:he's done if he loses Saturday but I still think he could survive 6-6 but that's just my opinion. I have no inside knowledge of Jarmond's thinking.


This is what I am figuring Hansen but (assuming the BOT empowers him) only Marty knows for sure what his plan is after the Pittsburgh game.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby ATLeagle on Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:46 pm

innocentbystander wrote:
hansen wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
innocentbystander wrote:
HJS wrote:I hope and pray that Daz leaves voluntarily during the next week. I do not care whether that is UConn, Rutgers, Temple, Florida State or Arkansas. I do not care where the destination is. I do not care what "spin" it allows him to have. I want him gone as seamlessly as possible. I do not trust Leahy. I do not trust our Board. I do not trust Marty. So, if Dazoo will take the decision-making process away from those I don't trust, I will be eternally grateful and view his tenure above that of TOB. People who jump before being pushed are always thought of positively.


I suppose there is some percentage chance that this may happen, but I doubt it. Why would he nuke his paycheck for the next two years and take another job for what will likely be, less? Rutgers wasn't his dream job.

I truly believe he still thinks he can do this job. I think that he thinks he is the right man to be BC's head coach, and he just caught nothing but 4 or 5 years of real bad luck in the injury department, the recruiting department, and the "my opponents in the Atlantic division are just too strong, the strongest division in college football" excuse department. I just think he is in denial that he can't sell BC. Last year was last year and the extension was probably brought on by a very promising 7-2 start, but the BOT and Marty might have also been in denial. I don't think they are in denial anymore.

Its not a knock on a person that they can't sell. I can't sell either. I am too sincere, too honest, too much of an open book. And because I can't sell, I couldn't be a head coach at a Power-5 school. I can't charm a 17 year old, 5-star, boy, the way Nick Saban can. But at least I'm not in denial.


IB:

You remain dumb and prideful. He has one year of pay left at BC. Rutgers would be five years of payment at least. Probably at the same rate as now if not higher. He is done here and will get one more shot at the brass ring there. Probably can hire Louie too.


He's signed through 2022. Obviously, there could be opt-outs but he has some sort of contract until then: https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... 022-season


I thought that Addazio had more than a year's pay coming to him from BC. I don't see him walking away from that for Rutgers, not of his choosing anyway. He might coach there after he is fired at BC and collect double checks, but, I don't know.

hansen wrote:he's done if he loses Saturday but I still think he could survive 6-6 but that's just my opinion. I have no inside knowledge of Jarmond's thinking.


This is what I am figuring Hansen but (assuming the BOT empowers him) only Marty knows for sure what his plan is after the Pittsburgh game.


Most of these deals don't allow double dipping. If BC fires him and he gets another coaching job, the buyout is reduced. Waiting to get fired puts a Rutgers offer in jeopardy.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby eagletx on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:09 pm

hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


Oh please...your naivete is showing....as if this coach was first to gush about job X (fill in blank) being a dream job.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby innocentbystander on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:11 pm

eagletx wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


Oh please...your naivete is showing....as if this coach was first to gush about job X (fill in blank) being a dream job.


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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby twballgame9 on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:43 pm

innocentbystander wrote:
eagletx wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


Oh please...your naivete is showing....as if this coach was first to gush about job X (fill in blank) being a dream job.


25 years into my professional career, I am still waiting for my dream job


Its not in coaching. Or recruiting.
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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby hansen on Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:58 pm

innocentbystander wrote:
eagletx wrote:
hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:Great article to see:

https://www.nj.com/rutgersfootball/2019 ... hobbs.html

"A loss, according to published reports, could put Addazio’s job in jeopardy. Either way, the two people familiar with Addazio’s actions say Addazio would have interest in the Rutgers job regardless of whether his BC job is safe of if he’s fired."

To me (if true, a big "if") that means MJ has already told Daz to PACK YER BAGS

That would make sense too. Imagine thinking this game vs Pitt has some sort of meaning relative to the 87 games he has coached here already. You'd have to be pretty stupid to have that line of thinking.


Also, if he left BC to go to Rutgers voluntarily, then so much for BC being his dream job and fuck him.
Anyone have a clip of him saying that?


Oh please...your naivete is showing....as if this coach was first to gush about job X (fill in blank) being a dream job.


25 years into my professional career, I am still waiting for my dream job


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Re: Addazio will turn out to be a great hire

Postby DavidGordonsFoot on Wed Nov 27, 2019 5:15 pm

Daz is a master of self-preservation and taking the RU job would buy him another 4 years on-the-job at a minimum. He'll have no such security at BC.
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