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LSU 's passing game coordinator , Joe Brady has
been hired as the new OC of the Carolina Panthers.

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That's a blow to LSU and the way it is today in the coaching field. Hot coaches are hot commodities. Look at Alabama turnover!

Jeff Hafley leaving Ohio State is a blow too. Mattison is good but it was Hafley that brought that defensive concept the Buckeyes were using.

How about Dan Enos? Wonder where that Bridge Burner will end up now and what capacity? LOL
 
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Coaching / Coordinator moves , the " Transfer Portal "
and early declarants to the NFL draft , make capping
weeks 1 - 3 a lot more challenging than it was ........
" back in the Old days "     


 
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Quote Originally Posted by WISEGUY36:

LSU 's passing game coordinator , Joe Brady has
been hired as the new OC of the Carolina Panthers.

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ESPN announced that Baylor has hired LSU
defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda as their new
Head Coach. 
 
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Michigan is hiring former Miss St DC Bob Shoop. Looks like safeties coach. Shoop has worked with Mich DC Don Brown in the past and was onstaff at Penn St when Gattis was there, and at Vandy too.
 
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Scott Frost parts ways with his OC Troy Walters and hires Matt Lubick. Lubick left Washington two years ago to work for a credit union & Colorado State U.
 
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I'm not sure that a lot of Coordinator changes that
are taking place are actually going to help improve
a teams performance this upcoming season.
The good ones get promoted to Head Coaches ,
leaving a vacuum that is being filled by position
coaches that wind up " learning on the job ". 
 
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Quote Originally Posted by WISEGUY36:

I'm not sure that a lot of Coordinator changes that
are taking place are actually going to help improve
a teams performance this upcoming season.
The good ones get promoted to Head Coaches ,
leaving a vacuum that is being filled by position
coaches that wind up " learning on the job ". 

Agree, The Lubick hire at Neb. I see more as a change was needed and a familiar face hired.

Michigan lost Chris Partridge, one of their top recruiters and replaced him with Shoop. In addition Mich. hired Brian Jean-Mary from Charlie Strong's South Florida. Thinking having a Florida connection really helped Jean-Mary get this job. Assistant coaches that can recruit and have Southern connections a must!
 
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That's a blow to LSU and the way it is today in the coaching field. Hot coaches are hot commodities. Look at Alabama turnover!

Jeff Hafley leaving Ohio State is a blow too. Mattison is good but it was Hafley that brought that defensive concept the Buckeyes were using.

How about Dan Enos? Wonder where that Bridge Burner will end up now and what capacity? LOL

Ah, there it is. Knew Ohio State wasn't going to hand the defensive reins to Mattison. They hired back Kerry Coombs from the Tenn. Titans. Think Hafley's schemes were pretty damn good, wonder how much change will take place under Coombs?
 
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Quote Originally Posted by UNIMAN:


Ah, there it is. Knew Ohio State wasn't going to hand the defensive reins to Mattison. They hired back Kerry Coombs from the Tenn. Titans. Think Hafley's schemes were pretty damn good, wonder how much change will take place under Coombs?



This will be one to keep an eye on. 
 
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Wise / Uni... good stuff!! hope you're enjoying hibernation... peace_5

Off topic kinda ... but just seeing D'eriq King is off to Hottt Mess Miami via the portal .. perfect match... so deserving of each other lol ... 

Anyway... while the phony pundits are hyping Miami the move here is to look close at the Houston prospectus because they have an under the radar gem with Clayton Tune ... guy burned 2 redshirts in B2B years to step in when the team and really the program were at their lowest points and in the direst of straits ....  even with Houston getting their heads kicked in by Army in that bowl game he hits 65% 230 yds 7.2 y/a 1TD 0 int's ... only guy playing in that one ... and not bad for getting thrown in last year/getting injured, etc after King and others bailed on the team when things weren't going so hot ..   

Hope the pundits really downgrade the Cougars guys going into 2020 due to 'strong AAC competition' and all the 'program problems' ... I think there's a good shot that a team can form around Tune and Holgersen ... alot of potential value with after two SUPER-DUPER disappointing years... 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Bridge1:

Wise / Uni... good stuff!! hope you're enjoying hibernation... peace_5

Off topic kinda ... but just seeing D'eriq King is off to Hottt Mess Miami via the portal .. perfect match... so deserving of each other lol ... 

Anyway... while the phony pundits are hyping Miami the move here is to look close at the Houston prospectus because they have an under the radar gem with Clayton Tune ... guy burned 2 redshirts in B2B years to step in when the team and really the program were at their lowest points and in the direst of straits ....  even with Houston getting their heads kicked in by Army in that bowl game he hits 65% 230 yds 7.2 y/a 1TD 0 int's ... only guy playing in that one ... and not bad for getting thrown in last year/getting injured, etc after King and others bailed on the team when things weren't going so hot ..   

Hope the pundits really downgrade the Cougars guys going into 2020 due to 'strong AAC competition' and all the 'program problems' ... I think there's a good shot that a team can form around Tune and Holgersen ... alot of potential value with after two SUPER-DUPER disappointing years... 




Thanks Bud, I think that Miami has problems that
extend well beyond the QB position.
Tune's debut was very promising, with the exception
of TD / Int. , Tune's stats were actually better than
King's.

Bridge , Keep that good insight coming , buddy.


 
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That's what we need to find Bridge, who will be under-valued and who will be over-valued. 

Will keep an eye on Houston.
 
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Word up gents .... let's keep the comm lines open this offseason ... 

 
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Rocky Long returns to New Mexico as their DC,
after resigning his Head Coaching position at SDSU.

I'm a big Rocky Long fan , and I wish him well in his
return to the Lobos.

     
 
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Quote Originally Posted by WISEGUY36:

Rocky Long returns to New Mexico as their DC,
after resigning his Head Coaching position at SDSU.

I'm a big Rocky Long fan , and I wish him well in his
return to the Lobos.

     

Seems like a lot of "returnee's" this year. Rocky Long returns to NMU as Brady Hoke returns to SDSU. Bo Pelini returns to LSU, Coombs to Ohio State. Schiano back at Rutgers. I'm sure the list goes on...…..
 
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Quote Originally Posted by UNIMAN:


Seems like a lot of "returnee's" this year. Rocky Long returns to NMU as Brady Hoke returns to SDSU. Bo Pelini returns to LSU, Coombs to Ohio State. Schiano back at Rutgers. I'm sure the list goes on...…..




I guess there are enough examples there to call it a
" Trend "  maybe ? 

Programs looking for some mid term stability ? or
maybe AD's on the " Hot seat "

Might see a few " New " teams step up and bag a
few wins. Kinda like North Carolina last season.
 
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Jett Duffy, former Texas Tech QB transferring to CMU has been denied admission to CMU. Seems his past is haunting him.
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