Dunn leaving to become Jets TE coach

whaler11

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In Giufre, who like Dunn was hired before the 2018 season, the Huskies have their fifth coordinator in four years. Dunn would have been the first offensive coordinator to complete back-to-back seasons at UConn since George DeLeone in 2011-12.
 
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I want to hear again about Edsall's eye for coaching talent and how losing Richardson wasn't a red flag. What will see next? Corey to OC?
 

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I want to hear again about Edsall's eye for coaching talent and how losing Richardson wasn't a red flag. What will see next? Corey to OC?
they promoted giufre the ol coach...

hey he won a nc at miami!
 

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Dunn has already been a position coach in the NFL, establishing himself as an awesome OC in the next couple years at UConn would have been a better resume-builder... congrats on the gig buddy but thanks for leaving us in a lurch, jerk. Give Randy his money back!

Clearly I'm bitter.
 

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"I was not looking to leave for any other college," Dunn said. "I have goals and aspirations that relate to the NFL and these jobs don't come up much. This one did. I had to take it."

Sometimes individual aspirations have to be followed.
I mean, people only leave UConn for their dream job, right?
 
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Atmospherics and environment starts at the top. If Dunn was leaving for a NFL OC ok but leaving to Coach TEs at apparently the same pay? Lashlee, Grimes, Richardson and now Dunn leave. Our top assistants leave.
So much for transparency last night too.
 
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