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Big hit for BC as far as NJ recruiting goes. It will be interesting to see who the dazzler adds to replace him.
 
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I wouldn't worry too much, Gase will never win the press conference. Of course he usually doesn't win much on first, second or third down either. I think my favorite Gase moment will be from a game against Buffalo a few weeks back. It's a tight game, Miami is ahead and is on defense. On the field all hell is breaking loose with Miami getting back to back personal foul penalties (lack of discipline is another Gase specialty), the camera cuts to the sideline and Gase is shown sitting on the bench with his head buried in the offensive play sheet. The guy just never learned how to separate being the head coach from being the play caller. Maybe the second go around will work out for him, but I kind of doubt it.
 

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Pitt hires Whipple, Maryland hires Montgomery? My visceral reaction = both schools ended up with their third choice. Idk, maybe I just unfairly expect every school to hire some 33 year old wiz kid or at lest some up climbing up the ladder rather than climbing down.
 
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Newest accepted applicant into the Nick Saban Executive Development and Career Revitalization Program:

 

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Interesting read. Gave Walt Bell hiring a C. At 34 he is the second youngest FBS coach.

And after reviewing the coaching hires he tossed in this bonus kick and shove:

Loser -- Rutgers for retaining Chris Ash: The Scarlet Knights retained Ash despite his 1-11 season and a 7-29 record in four seasons. In this age of impatience, it doesn't make sense. Ash is a good coach and fine man, but let's be honest: He is still the coach because Rutgers couldn't afford his $10 million buyout. The athletic department is upside down financially since joining the Big Ten. The school has borrowed heavily from Rutgers' internal bank hoping for a bridge to 2021 when the school gets its first full share in rights fee money from the Big Ten. Ash is only part of the problem.


Loser -- Pac-12: For so many reasons, but let's consider its current commitment to football. The league continued its ongoing streak of 15 straight years without a national championship. Everything from its officials to its spending have been called into question. But if Meyer was a free agent, which he technically is at the moment, how many Pac-12 schools have the money and/or desire to hire one of the best coaches in the game? We're talking at least $8 million in salary a year, but we're also talking about some sort of guaranteed success in exchange for that money. The possibilities: USC? Washington? Maybe Oregon? That's about it.
 

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Interesting read. Gave Walt Bell hiring a C. At 34 he is the second youngest FBS coach.

And after reviewing the coaching hires he tossed in this bonus kick and shove:

Loser -- Rutgers for retaining Chris Ash: The Scarlet Knights retained Ash despite his 1-11 season and a 7-29 record in four seasons. In this age of impatience, it doesn't make sense. Ash is a good coach and fine man, but let's be honest: He is still the coach because Rutgers couldn't afford his $10 million buyout. The athletic department is upside down financially since joining the Big Ten. The school has borrowed heavily from Rutgers' internal bank hoping for a bridge to 2021 when the school gets its first full share in rights fee money from the Big Ten. Ash is only part of the problem.


Loser -- Pac-12: For so many reasons, but let's consider its current commitment to football. The league continued its ongoing streak of 15 straight years without a national championship. Everything from its officials to its spending have been called into question. But if Meyer was a free agent, which he technically is at the moment, how many Pac-12 schools have the money and/or desire to hire one of the best coaches in the game? We're talking at least $8 million in salary a year, but we're also talking about some sort of guaranteed success in exchange for that money. The possibilities: USC? Washington? Maybe Oregon? That's about it.
Interesting takes. Too many A's, too many C's. Not enough B's. Kileman at K-State is a great fit. His ND State teams were very strong, and his same approach will just scale up at K-State. It's what Snyder did as well.
 

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I still can’t believe brohm stayed at Purdue
 

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Interesting read. Gave Walt Bell hiring a C. At 34 he is the second youngest FBS coach.

And after reviewing the coaching hires he tossed in this bonus kick and shove:

Loser -- Rutgers for retaining Chris Ash: The Scarlet Knights retained Ash despite his 1-11 season and a 7-29 record in four seasons. In this age of impatience, it doesn't make sense. Ash is a good coach and fine man, but let's be honest: He is still the coach because Rutgers couldn't afford his $10 million buyout. The athletic department is upside down financially since joining the Big Ten. The school has borrowed heavily from Rutgers' internal bank hoping for a bridge to 2021 when the school gets its first full share in rights fee money from the Big Ten. Ash is only part of the problem.
I didn’t realize that Rutgers doesn’t get a full share until 2021. No wonder Ash is still around.

Loser -- Pac-12: For so many reasons, but let's consider its current commitment to football. The league continued its ongoing streak of 15 straight years without a national championship. Everything from its officials to its spending have been called into question. But if Meyer was a free agent, which he technically is at the moment, how many Pac-12 schools have the money and/or desire to hire one of the best coaches in the game? We're talking at least $8 million in salary a year, but we're also talking about some sort of guaranteed success in exchange for that money. The possibilities: USC? Washington? Maybe Oregon? That's about it.
 
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