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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:23 pm
by HJS
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:Brian Flores expected to be named HC of the Dolphins.

That's a world away from Brownsville.

Damn. Great for him. Amazing how all these coaches we’ve thought could replace Dazoo have proven far too big for the job.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:48 pm
by twballgame9
HJS wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:Brian Flores expected to be named HC of the Dolphins.

That's a world away from Brownsville.

Damn. Great for him. Amazing how all these coaches we’ve thought could replace Dazoo have proven far too big for the job.


He will be available in a couple years. Be fighting with the Jets again though.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:02 pm
by HJS
twballgame9 wrote:
HJS wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:Brian Flores expected to be named HC of the Dolphins.

That's a world away from Brownsville.

Damn. Great for him. Amazing how all these coaches we’ve thought could replace Dazoo have proven far too big for the job.


He will be available in a couple years. Be fighting with the Jets again though.

:whammy

It is a terrible job right now with no clear path forward.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:36 pm
by flakes
HJS wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:
HJS wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:Brian Flores expected to be named HC of the Dolphins.

That's a world away from Brownsville.

Damn. Great for him. Amazing how all these coaches we’ve thought could replace Dazoo have proven far too big for the job.


He will be available in a couple years. Be fighting with the Jets again though.

:whammy

It is a terrible job right now with no clear path forward.


Are you talking about the Dolphins or BC? With the money flying around college football right now, I think our only hope is hitting the lottery with a Matt Ryan. Also, how have we progressed in the landscape when we formerly ran a dude out of town after 3 straight 9 win seasons, yet we can’t an excuse to get rid of Daz? We’re moving backwards at an alarmig rate.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:21 pm
by HJS
You’re right we should rehire TOB.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:08 pm
by NEUBCfan
flakes wrote:
HJS wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:
HJS wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:Brian Flores expected to be named HC of the Dolphins.

That's a world away from Brownsville.

Damn. Great for him. Amazing how all these coaches we’ve thought could replace Dazoo have proven far too big for the job.


He will be available in a couple years. Be fighting with the Jets again though.

:whammy

It is a terrible job right now with no clear path forward.


Are you talking about the Dolphins or BC? With the money flying around college football right now, I think our only hope is hitting the lottery with a Matt Ryan. Also, how have we progressed in the landscape when we formerly ran a dude out of town after 3 straight 9 win seasons, yet we can’t an excuse to get rid of Daz? We’re moving backwards at an alarmig rate.


Moving backwards? This team ended a 12 game ACC losing streak on Oct 29, 2016.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 1:44 pm
by hansen
Who's going to replace Camp?

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 12:18 pm
by NEUBCfan
hansen wrote:Who's going to replace Camp?


Question made me think: what happened to Lempa? Of course he is at Michigan too.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:22 am
by claver2010
ATLeagle wrote:HJS is wrong again. Day will win a National Championship within three years at Ohio State.


the athletic had a big story on day, interesting aspect.

chip offered the oc job at oregon in '09 when day was the WR coach under spaz and he initially accepted it but he turned it down to stay near family

He isn’t bluffing; he has chosen family over his career in the past. In 2009, when Kelly was at Oregon and Ryan was at Boston College, Kelly offered Day the offensive coordinator job and Day accepted. But shortly thereafter, over cake at a family party in Manchester celebrating the new job and a grandfather’s birthday, Day realized he didn’t want to move his family to Eugene, didn’t want to move so far away from his New England roots. So he called Kelly and told him he had reconsidered and wasn’t coming. Kelly later hired Mark Helfrich


https://theathletic.com/996896/2019/06/ ... -identity/

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:21 am
by Dick Rosenthal
claver2010 wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:HJS is wrong again. Day will win a National Championship within three years at Ohio State.


the athletic had a big story on day, interesting aspect.

chip offered the oc job at oregon in '09 when day was the WR coach under spaz and he initially accepted it but he turned it down to stay near family

He isn’t bluffing; he has chosen family over his career in the past. In 2009, when Kelly was at Oregon and Ryan was at Boston College, Kelly offered Day the offensive coordinator job and Day accepted. But shortly thereafter, over cake at a family party in Manchester celebrating the new job and a grandfather’s birthday, Day realized he didn’t want to move his family to Eugene, didn’t want to move so far away from his New England roots. So he called Kelly and told him he had reconsidered and wasn’t coming. Kelly later hired Mark Helfrich


https://theathletic.com/996896/2019/06/ ... -identity/



I don’t see it with Day. I think ATL is remarkably wrong if he thinks Day is going to win a national title at OSU. Meyer was only able to win one and here’s the thing with Meyer: he is such an unbridled scumbag that when he leaves town the college steps in and places restrictions on what the next guy is allowed to do. Happened at Utah, Happened at Florida and it apparently even happened at BGSU. Every program he left consequently fell off a cliff, with the exception of Utah, which benefited immensely from the implosion of the BYU football program, the disaster that befell Colorado and Utah’s invitation into the PAC 12.

My guess is Day will be like Earl Bruce—a good coach who will give you 10 wins a year, but without any realistic shot of ever winning a national title. He’ll be forced out in five years.

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:45 am
by claver2010
Dick Rosenthal wrote:My guess is Day will be like Earl Bruce—a good coach who will give you 10 wins a year, but without any realistic shot of ever winning a national title. He’ll be forced out in five years.


sounds like harbaugh at michigan

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 6:35 am
by HJS
Dick Rosenthal wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:HJS is wrong again. Day will win a National Championship within three years at Ohio State.


the athletic had a big story on day, interesting aspect.

chip offered the oc job at oregon in '09 when day was the WR coach under spaz and he initially accepted it but he turned it down to stay near family

He isn’t bluffing; he has chosen family over his career in the past. In 2009, when Kelly was at Oregon and Ryan was at Boston College, Kelly offered Day the offensive coordinator job and Day accepted. But shortly thereafter, over cake at a family party in Manchester celebrating the new job and a grandfather’s birthday, Day realized he didn’t want to move his family to Eugene, didn’t want to move so far away from his New England roots. So he called Kelly and told him he had reconsidered and wasn’t coming. Kelly later hired Mark Helfrich


https://theathletic.com/996896/2019/06/ ... -identity/



I don’t see it with Day. I think ATL is remarkably wrong if he thinks Day is going to win a national title at OSU. Meyer was only able to win one and here’s the thing with Meyer: he is such an unbridled scumbag that when he leaves town the college steps in and places restrictions on what the next guy is allowed to do. Happened at Utah, Happened at Florida and it apparently even happened at BGSU. Every program he left consequently fell off a cliff, with the exception of Utah, which benefited immensely from the implosion of the BYU football program, the disaster that befell Colorado and Utah’s invitation into the PAC 12.

My guess is Day will be like Earl Bruce—a good coach who will give you 10 wins a year, but without any realistic shot of ever winning a national title. He’ll be forced out in five years.

Well... it seems that if ATL is going to be correct in his National Championship prediction, it will be this year. Day inherited One of Meyer’s most talented rosters and paired it with the most heralded QB to come out of HS since Peyton. He’s got a Jags-like run all teed-up.
https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... onal-title

Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:22 pm
by hansen
HJS wrote:
Dick Rosenthal wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:HJS is wrong again. Day will win a National Championship within three years at Ohio State.


the athletic had a big story on day, interesting aspect.

chip offered the oc job at oregon in '09 when day was the WR coach under spaz and he initially accepted it but he turned it down to stay near family

He isn’t bluffing; he has chosen family over his career in the past. In 2009, when Kelly was at Oregon and Ryan was at Boston College, Kelly offered Day the offensive coordinator job and Day accepted. But shortly thereafter, over cake at a family party in Manchester celebrating the new job and a grandfather’s birthday, Day realized he didn’t want to move his family to Eugene, didn’t want to move so far away from his New England roots. So he called Kelly and told him he had reconsidered and wasn’t coming. Kelly later hired Mark Helfrich


https://theathletic.com/996896/2019/06/ ... -identity/



I don’t see it with Day. I think ATL is remarkably wrong if he thinks Day is going to win a national title at OSU. Meyer was only able to win one and here’s the thing with Meyer: he is such an unbridled scumbag that when he leaves town the college steps in and places restrictions on what the next guy is allowed to do. Happened at Utah, Happened at Florida and it apparently even happened at BGSU. Every program he left consequently fell off a cliff, with the exception of Utah, which benefited immensely from the implosion of the BYU football program, the disaster that befell Colorado and Utah’s invitation into the PAC 12.

My guess is Day will be like Earl Bruce—a good coach who will give you 10 wins a year, but without any realistic shot of ever winning a national title. He’ll be forced out in five years.

Well... it seems that if ATL is going to be correct in his National Championship prediction, it will be this year. Day inherited One of Meyer’s most talented rosters and paired it with the most heralded QB to come out of HS since Peyton. He’s got a Jags-like run all teed-up.
https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... onal-title


He'll still fuck it up, I'm sure of that