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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby HJS on Sun Nov 29, 2020 6:21 pm

Todd Fitch gonna try and pull a Raheem Morris and make a play for the permanent gig.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby claver2010 on Mon Nov 30, 2020 8:52 am

i know :thehjs

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Feldman: 20 names to know as the college football coaching carousel gets going

8. Jeff Hafley, Boston College
The Eagles hit a home run in hiring the 41-year-old New Jersey native, and his early success is not surprising. Hafley worked wonders improving the Ohio State defense last year and has long been known as a fantastic recruiter. He’s 6-4 with a close loss at Clemson. It’s only been one year as a head coach, and that isn’t much of a sample, but if I’m Michigan and I have to make a candidates list, he’s higher on my list than a lot of the usual suspects.


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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby claver2010 on Sat Dec 05, 2020 12:53 pm

satterfield after emphatically denying interest in the south carolina job apparently interviewed for the SC job yesterday
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby HJS on Sat Dec 05, 2020 2:35 pm

claver2010 wrote:satterfield after emphatically denying interest in the south carolina job apparently interviewed for the SC job yesterday

He’s a very good coach who is about the best South Carolina can do. They should not delay hiring him, because he will be removing his name in a few days. Have to think Purdue would pay Ville to take Brohm off their hands.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Eaglekeeper on Sat Dec 05, 2020 9:37 pm

Satterfield’s teams play no defense. You can succeed at this level without a decent defense. South Carolina is a very difficult job. They should an NFL assistant, maybe a QB coach.

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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby twballgame9 on Sat Dec 05, 2020 9:40 pm

Defense is hard, defense is tough, ACC is tough, green eggs and ham, sam I am.

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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Sat Dec 05, 2020 9:58 pm

Eaglekeeper wrote:Satterfield’s teams play no defense. You can succeed at this level without a decent defense. South Carolina is a very difficult job. They should an NFL assistant, maybe a QB coach.

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ESPN reporting that he is staying at Louisville. Too bad, he is one of the better coaches in the ACC.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby HJS on Sun Dec 06, 2020 7:12 am

DomingoOrtiz wrote:
Eaglekeeper wrote:Satterfield’s teams play no defense. You can succeed at this level without a decent defense. South Carolina is a very difficult job. They should an NFL assistant, maybe a QB coach.

Go Eagles!



ESPN reporting that he is staying at Louisville. Too bad, he is one of the better coaches in the ACC.

https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... head-coach
They are hiring Shane Beamer.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby BCMurt09 on Sun Dec 06, 2020 7:57 am

Harbaugh expected to get an extension. Like I said, his job h til he doesn’t want it anymore.

I’d imagine a house cleaning of the staff in the off season in the hopes that that’s why Michigan has been terrible (it probably isn’t).
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby ATLeagle on Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:16 pm

Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:20 pm

ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby ATLeagle on Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:24 pm

DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby eepstein0 on Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:33 pm

ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


I’ve been to games there. SC is a pretty tough job. Not as tough as Vandy but tough
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:51 pm

ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby claver2010 on Mon Dec 07, 2020 7:12 am

eepstein0 wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


I’ve been to games there. SC is a pretty tough job. Not as tough as Vandy but tough


really tough job right now. clemson in state is at peak of their powers. in division, kirby is a recruiting juggernaut, mullen has florida rolling and stoops has kent a borderline top 25 program. plus from north you have mack grabbing a top 10 class annually
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Dick Rosenthal on Mon Dec 07, 2020 9:47 am

DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


Holtz was a member before he took the South Carolina job. Spurrier got in because of it.

As for the real USC, it has been a hard place to win, but if you look at it, there really isn’t a reason it should be so hard. The facilities are very good, the school—at least the center of it—has a beautiful campus. It has a fun college town right of campus and it is in the heart of sum of the most fertile recruiting grounds in the country. All you really need to win there is a good coach, which Muschamp was not (and everyone except the USC hiring committee knew it after his tenure at Florida). Also, it’s alumni base is a lot wealthier then Clemson’s relatively poor alumni base.

South Carolina has had three relatively successful coaches over the past 30 odd years. Joe Morrison, who, unfortunately dropped dead of a massive heart attack ending a tenure that included a couple of 10 win seasons, Holtz, who put together a few 10 win seasons before he burned out and Spurrier, who had a few 10 win seasons before burning out. The point is, if elderly Lou Holtz and elderly Steve Spurrier can post multiple double digit seasons, a good coach in his prime should have similar success. The problem with South Carolina has always been that they usually make shitty hires like Muschamp and Baby Beamer.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby HJS on Mon Dec 07, 2020 10:17 am

Dick Rosenthal wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


Holtz was a member before he took the South Carolina job. Spurrier got in because of it.

As for the real USC, it has been a hard place to win, but if you look at it, there really isn’t a reason it should be so hard. The facilities are very good, the school—at least the center of it—has a beautiful campus. It has a fun college town right of campus and it is in the heart of sum of the most fertile recruiting grounds in the country. All you really need to win there is a good coach, which Muschamp was not (and everyone except the USC hiring committee knew it after his tenure at Florida). Also, it’s alumni base is a lot wealthier then Clemson’s relatively poor alumni base.

South Carolina has had three relatively successful coaches over the past 30 odd years. Joe Morrison, who, unfortunately dropped dead of a massive heart attack ending a tenure that included a couple of 10 win seasons, Holtz, who put together a few 10 win seasons before he burned out and Spurrier, who had a few 10 win seasons before burning out. The point is, if elderly Lou Holtz and elderly Steve Spurrier can post multiple double digit seasons, a good coach in his prime should have similar success. The problem with South Carolina has always been that they usually make shitty hires like Muschamp and Baby Beamer.

I agree with AngryDick. If Clemson can be regular National Championship contenders, there is no structural reason USC cannot. The only issue as I see it is that they have constantly failed in the hiring process. I thought Satterfield is exactly the direction that program should've taken. Get a young guy who is up-and-coming and has shown some level of competency. Basically, find a version of Jeff Hafley. The difference being that USC actually would have a chance of keeping him (as opposed to BC being a stepping stone for Jeff). Perhaps, the old money at SC is too insecure with the idea that a good coach could be poached and as a result sticks with retreads and folks whose names are synonymous with other programs (Holtz-ND, Spurrier-UF, Muschamp- UF, Beamer-VT).
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Corporal Funishment on Mon Dec 07, 2020 10:57 am

HJS wrote:
Dick Rosenthal wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


Holtz was a member before he took the South Carolina job. Spurrier got in because of it.

As for the real USC, it has been a hard place to win, but if you look at it, there really isn’t a reason it should be so hard. The facilities are very good, the school—at least the center of it—has a beautiful campus. It has a fun college town right of campus and it is in the heart of sum of the most fertile recruiting grounds in the country. All you really need to win there is a good coach, which Muschamp was not (and everyone except the USC hiring committee knew it after his tenure at Florida). Also, it’s alumni base is a lot wealthier then Clemson’s relatively poor alumni base.

South Carolina has had three relatively successful coaches over the past 30 odd years. Joe Morrison, who, unfortunately dropped dead of a massive heart attack ending a tenure that included a couple of 10 win seasons, Holtz, who put together a few 10 win seasons before he burned out and Spurrier, who had a few 10 win seasons before burning out. The point is, if elderly Lou Holtz and elderly Steve Spurrier can post multiple double digit seasons, a good coach in his prime should have similar success. The problem with South Carolina has always been that they usually make shitty hires like Muschamp and Baby Beamer.

I agree with AngryDick. If Clemson can be regular National Championship contenders, there is no structural reason USC cannot. The only issue as I see it is that they have constantly failed in the hiring process. I thought Satterfield is exactly the direction that program should've taken. Get a young guy who is up-and-coming and has shown some level of competency. Basically, find a version of Jeff Hafley. The difference being that USC actually would have a chance of keeping him (as opposed to BC being a stepping stone for Jeff). Perhaps, the old money at SC is too insecure with the idea that a good coach could be poached and as a result sticks with retreads and folks whose names are synonymous with other programs (Holtz-ND, Spurrier-UF, Muschamp- UF, Beamer-VT).


Sounds like they need a Ryan Day, not a Jeff Hafley
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby 2001Eagle on Mon Dec 07, 2020 11:15 am

DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


There’s a long history of college football coaches at Augusta. Frank Broyles was a member for 50 years and used to eat lunch on the porch in between rounds until Billy Payne told him he needed to take a break and eat lunch in the dining room like everyone else.

There is a story about Darrell Royal, who played with Broyles there regularly, being invited to join but his wife threw away the letter because she thought they couldn’t afford it. He supposedly didn’t find out for years.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Dick Rosenthal on Mon Dec 07, 2020 11:41 am

2001Eagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


There’s a long history of college football coaches at Augusta. Frank Broyles was a member for 50 years and used to eat lunch on the porch in between rounds until Billy Payne told him he needed to take a break and eat lunch in the dining room like everyone else.

There is a story about Darrell Royal, who played with Broyles there regularly, being invited to join but his wife threw away the letter because she thought they couldn’t afford it. He supposedly didn’t find out for years.


The Royal story is 100% true. The former head of the UT Boosters association, who was my boss a decade ago and whose family had been very close with the Royals for 50 years told me about it and joked that it almost lead to a divorce. Part of the reason that Mrs. Royal was scared was that he husband was already a member at Colonial, Shady Oaks and Brook Hollow--what she did not know was that he was an honorary member at all three, along with Preston Trail once that opened and didn't pay a dime in dues and certainly never had to buy a lunch or dinner (although he was purportedly a very generous tipper with the caddies).
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby OCs_Inner_Eagle on Mon Dec 07, 2020 1:03 pm

Dick Rosenthal wrote:
2001Eagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Satterfield got turned down for Shane Beamer and his AD threw him under the bus to Louisville fans. Hopefully this leads to him flaming out.

Also, Beamer getting the South Carolina job shows that College Football is the worst Old Boys Network around. He will suck there. I am surprised they couldn't do better. Promising an Augusta Membership got them Holtz and Spurrier.


1. Satterfield is a good coach and it would have been good to get him out of Louisville;
B) The S Carolina job comes with an August membership????


Yes on Augusta. It is specifically why Spurrier wanted it. Although it is in Georgia, it is right on the boarder and has many powerful South Carolina alums. Do you remember Hootie Johnson? He was a South Carolina guy.


Surprising that August would have such an arraignment. Bet it goes back to their charter. I did wonder how Holtz was a member. When I was there, all of the :skank working at Berckman's were S. Carolina students.


There’s a long history of college football coaches at Augusta. Frank Broyles was a member for 50 years and used to eat lunch on the porch in between rounds until Billy Payne told him he needed to take a break and eat lunch in the dining room like everyone else.

There is a story about Darrell Royal, who played with Broyles there regularly, being invited to join but his wife threw away the letter because she thought they couldn’t afford it. He supposedly didn’t find out for years.


The Royal story is 100% true. The former head of the UT Boosters association, who was my boss a decade ago and whose family had been very close with the Royals for 50 years told me about it and joked that it almost lead to a divorce. Part of the reason that Mrs. Royal was scared was that he husband was already a member at Colonial, Shady Oaks and Brook Hollow--what she did not know was that he was an honorary member at all three, along with Preston Trail once that opened and didn't pay a dime in dues and certainly never had to buy a lunch or dinner (although he was purportedly a very generous tipper with the caddies).


:laugh This is the content, the gold that this board spins off every so often.

He probably let her think he paid dues at those other places so that she wouldn't harass him to purchase things that could go to his mistress. Then Augusta writes and she tosses the letter! :laugh
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Onyx Blackman on Tue Dec 08, 2020 1:27 pm

Don Brown finally got a stop against Ohio St.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Logitano on Wed Dec 09, 2020 1:44 pm

Onyx Blackman wrote:Don Brown finally got a stop against Ohio St.


Doubt Harbaugh is at Michigan much longer now that he and the AD have been exposed as cowards.

Herbie is definitely owed an apology. The bombastic response from the Michigan AD was quite a tell that they got called out before they were prepared to let the public know there was no chance they play OSU.

Change their song to "Hail to the cowards"! :ace
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby BCMurt09 on Wed Dec 09, 2020 3:26 pm

Logitano wrote:
Onyx Blackman wrote:Don Brown finally got a stop against Ohio St.


Doubt Harbaugh is at Michigan much longer now that he and the AD have been exposed as cowards.

Herbie is definitely owed an apology. The bombastic response from the Michigan AD was quite a tell that they got called out before they were prepared to let the public know there was no chance they play OSU.

Change their song to "Hail to the cowards"! :ace


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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Dick Rosenthal on Wed Dec 09, 2020 4:47 pm

BCMurt09 wrote:
Logitano wrote:
Onyx Blackman wrote:Don Brown finally got a stop against Ohio St.


Doubt Harbaugh is at Michigan much longer now that he and the AD have been exposed as cowards.

Herbie is definitely owed an apology. The bombastic response from the Michigan AD was quite a tell that they got called out before they were prepared to let the public know there was no chance they play OSU.

Change their song to "Hail to the cowards"! :ace


Nice try


Seems fair, after all, Ann Arbor is a filthy whore.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Logitano on Wed Dec 09, 2020 4:54 pm

Dick Rosenthal wrote:
BCMurt09 wrote:
Logitano wrote:
Onyx Blackman wrote:Don Brown finally got a stop against Ohio St.


Doubt Harbaugh is at Michigan much longer now that he and the AD have been exposed as cowards.

Herbie is definitely owed an apology. The bombastic response from the Michigan AD was quite a tell that they got called out before they were prepared to let the public know there was no chance they play OSU.

Change their song to "Hail to the cowards"! :ace


Nice try


Seems fair, after all, Ann Arbor is a filthy whore.


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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby ATLeagle on Sat Dec 12, 2020 9:57 pm

Sumlin out. The Pac 12 is in a weird place as the depth of talent in California declines. I also think that to win at Arizona you've got to recruit the western Jucos well.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby Dick Rosenthal on Sat Dec 12, 2020 11:42 pm

ATLeagle wrote:Sumlin out. The Pac 12 is in a weird place as the depth of talent in California declines. I also think that to win at Arizona you've got to recruit the western Jucos well.


JUCOs are critical, but the last two regimes have been hurt badly by their inability to keep local talent at home. Tucson has a couple of schools, Amphitheater HS, Saguaro and Salpointe Catholic, that usually produce 8-10 D1 prospects between them. In the salad days of Duck Tomey, 90% of those kids stayed in Tucson (you might lose one to USC or Notre Dame), but that was it. They’d also pull a few kids from Brophy Prep in Phoenix. Under Rodriguez, they stopped getting kids from Brophy and only getting 60% of the local talent. It has cratered under Sumlin—last year they whiffed on all three kids from Salpointe, one of whom was John Fina’s kid (former UoA All American, 1st rd pick and 11 year NFL veteran), another who went to Ohio State and another who went to A&M and only got one kid apiece from Amphitheater and Saguaro.

In the days of the Desert Storm, they’d have their pick of the best California JUCOs, 8-10 good locals, 3-5 kids from Texas and then 1-2 randos to whom they could sell sunshine and playing time from a cold weather place like Ohio or New Jersey. Now they are losing JUCOs to Utah, Boise State and Colorado, losing the local battles to ASU and bigger name programs coming into Tucson, and getting little from Texas or the rando category. They are now recruiting California but settling for kids whose offer lists are more of the Fresno State/SDSU level, which will not cut it even in the currently anemic Pac12.
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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby innocentbystander on Sun Dec 13, 2020 12:00 am

Dick Rosenthal wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Sumlin out. The Pac 12 is in a weird place as the depth of talent in California declines. I also think that to win at Arizona you've got to recruit the western Jucos well.


JUCOs are critical, but the last two regimes have been hurt badly by their inability to keep local talent at home. Tucson has a couple of schools, Amphitheater HS, Saguaro and Salpointe Catholic, that usually produce 8-10 D1 prospects between them. In the salad days of Duck Tomey, 90% of those kids stayed in Tucson (you might lose one to USC or Notre Dame), but that was it. They’d also pull a few kids from Brophy Prep in Phoenix.


About 25% of the Phoenix chapter of the BC alumni assoc went to Brophy Prep in high school.

Dick Rosenthal wrote:Under Rodriguez, they stopped getting kids from Brophy and only getting 60% of the local talent. It has cratered under Sumlin—last year they whiffed on all three kids from Salpointe, one of whom was John Fina’s kid (former UoA All American, 1st rd pick and 11 year NFL veteran), another who went to Ohio State and another who went to A&M and only got one kid apiece from Amphitheater and Saguaro.

In the days of the Desert Storm, they’d have their pick of the best California JUCOs, 8-10 good locals, 3-5 kids from Texas and then 1-2 randos to whom they could sell sunshine and playing time from a cold weather place like Ohio or New Jersey. Now they are losing JUCOs to Utah, Boise State and Colorado, losing the local battles to ASU and bigger name programs coming into Tucson, and getting little from Texas or the rando category. They are now recruiting California but settling for kids whose offer lists are more of the Fresno State/SDSU level, which will not cut it even in the currently anemic Pac12.


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Re: Coaching Carousel/Candidates Mega Thread

Postby HJS on Sun Dec 13, 2020 8:16 am

Dick Rosenthal wrote:
ATLeagle wrote:Sumlin out. The Pac 12 is in a weird place as the depth of talent in California declines. I also think that to win at Arizona you've got to recruit the western Jucos well.


JUCOs are critical, but the last two regimes have been hurt badly by their inability to keep local talent at home. Tucson has a couple of schools, Amphitheater HS, Saguaro and Salpointe Catholic, that usually produce 8-10 D1 prospects between them. In the salad days of Duck Tomey, 90% of those kids stayed in Tucson (you might lose one to USC or Notre Dame), but that was it. They’d also pull a few kids from Brophy Prep in Phoenix. Under Rodriguez, they stopped getting kids from Brophy and only getting 60% of the local talent. It has cratered under Sumlin—last year they whiffed on all three kids from Salpointe, one of whom was John Fina’s kid (former UoA All American, 1st rd pick and 11 year NFL veteran), another who went to Ohio State and another who went to A&M and only got one kid apiece from Amphitheater and Saguaro.

In the days of the Desert Storm, they’d have their pick of the best California JUCOs, 8-10 good locals, 3-5 kids from Texas and then 1-2 randos to whom they could sell sunshine and playing time from a cold weather place like Ohio or New Jersey. Now they are losing JUCOs to Utah, Boise State and Colorado, losing the local battles to ASU and bigger name programs coming into Tucson, and getting little from Texas or the rando category. They are now recruiting California but settling for kids whose offer lists are more of the Fresno State/SDSU level, which will not cut it even in the currently anemic Pac12.

It is a program in dire need of an identity. It’s got to hire a coach who will bring a consistent brand to the program. Focus on building a lock-down defense in a conference where tackling is optional (like Snyder did at KSU)... go with a boring-but-effective power run game who soft left coast teams dread playing against... or go WAC-like all-air attack... or hire Hugh Freeze and go all-in on shadily recruiting bad guys who are great football players (akademix ain’t a thing at UoA anyway). Point is that that the program has been listlessly drifting at sea and simply needs a direction. Once they have one, they can work on reestablishing all they’ve lost.
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