#26

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No. Fuck Skippy.




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#27

Re: Coaching carousel...

well, that one's out the door.  rick is building a dam at oregon state.

Last edited by tmcats (Nov 03 2017 10:44 am)




Stop waving our wheat!

#28

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My life is better since I started doing this.

#29

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I'm sorry HCDB, but you will probably be asked to leave. I supported you. I said we should give you another year. But, yeah, its time for you to go. Today was your best chance to win a Conf game this season against an 0-8 Baylor team. But, we came out listless and slow. We looked like we were walking through the motions of a shorts and t-shirt practice. There was no fire. Just penalties, turnovers, and confusion.

You may pick up your KU sweat pants and jackets on your way out. We gave you three good years. We look worse now than when you came here. Its not me .... its you. And ..... we can still be friends.




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#30

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New AD first. Can't talk about anything until that happens.




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#31

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For all the lack of public discussion, Kingsbury is clearly back on the hot seat entering Saturday's game against Baylor at AT&T Stadium. At 4-5 overall (1-5 Big 12) and with four straight losses, the situation is undeniable and coming to a head.
At the same time, Kingsbury still could conceivably make a case for returning with Baylor, TCU at home and a road game at Texas the day after Thanksgiving. Imagine wins against Baylor and Texas and a competitive showing against TCU with Tech becoming bowl eligible.

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/colleg … far-simple




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#32

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i can see kirby already having had conversations with brent.  if they agreed, kk is out.  if not, kk gets another year.




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#33

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Lot of buzz here in Dallas surrounding Seth Littrell. Was a GA here with Mangino...

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/colleg … back-track




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#34

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tophawk87 wrote:

For all the lack of public discussion, Kingsbury is clearly back on the hot seat entering Saturday's game against Baylor at AT&T Stadium. At 4-5 overall (1-5 Big 12) and with four straight losses, the situation is undeniable and coming to a head.
At the same time, Kingsbury still could conceivably make a case for returning with Baylor, TCU at home and a road game at Texas the day after Thanksgiving. Imagine wins against Baylor and Texas and a competitive showing against TCU with Tech becoming bowl eligible.

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/colleg … far-simple

Probably will lose his job because his great FG kicker missed a chip shot last week. Life sux sometimes.

#35

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tophawk87 wrote:

Lot of buzz here in Dallas surrounding Seth Littrell. Was a GA here with Mangino...

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/colleg … back-track

No thanks




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#36

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jhawkinplano wrote:
tophawk87 wrote:

Lot of buzz here in Dallas surrounding Seth Littrell. Was a GA here with Mangino...

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/colleg … back-track

No thanks

After a nice win Sat. he's 7-3




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#37

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Nine Tennessee coaching candidates to replace Butch Jones

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/nine-tenne … 31893.html




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#38

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Tennessee has a TON of money to throw around. And I have a feeling they will go after Campbell from ISU. I think Frost goes to the Nubs. But I like on that list that Les Miles was an option. I think he's still got a ton left in the tank and he's a damn good coach who just made some bad OC hires at LSU that came back to bite him.




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#39

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greg schiano will probably be a head coach soon, maybe knoxville.  my guess is that dan mullin moves to florida or tennessee, although the latter may not be much of an upgrade from 'hail state.'  venables could end up in lubbock if kliff is terminated.  but they did beat baylor and have a couple rivals left to make his case.




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#40

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Gruden says he may return to coaching, and 2 teams appear to be the most likely destinations

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/e63245ea-7 … eturn.html




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#41

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tophawk87 wrote:

Gruden says he may return to coaching, and 2 teams appear to be the most likely destinations

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/e63245ea-7 … eturn.html

This is some of the most irresponsible journalism I've seen.

At least in the last hour.

In a recent appearance on "The Rich Eisen Show," Gruden said he might return to coaching "one of these days, you never know," a seemingly empty sentiment he has expressed on several occasions. But because he has ties to a pair of high-profile potential openings, it seems possible that the 2003 Super Bowl champion could be persuaded to accept his first professional gig since the 2008 season.

[. . .]

Gruden's longstanding ties to Tennessee make him a natural fit for that opening. He spent time in Knoxville as a graduate assistant from 1985 to 1987. Additionally, his wife is a former Tennessee cheerleader, and his son is a current student at the university. Gruden was spotted at the Volunteers' game against South Carolina last month, showing that he still has a soft spot for his old squad.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Gruden is said to have at least thought about the position. According to John Talty of AL.com, the Ohio native once informed school administrators that the Tennessee job was one of three college jobs he would ever consider taking.

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#42

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http://www.oregonlive.com/collegefootba … aro_1.html

Of course, the Nebraska football fan base probably has different expectations than us... lol (Just imagine if we were considering firing HCDB for going 19 -17 in his three seasons here, instead of the 3 - 36 Beaty has put up.)


"Who's out: No one, yet. Mike Riley will be the Cornhuskers head coach through the end of the season, new Nebraska AD Bill Moos said in an ESPN interview on Monday, despite mounting losses and pressure from a restless fanbase. Riley, the former Oregon State head coach, is 19-17 in nearly three full years at Nebraska. The Cornhuskers are 4-6 (3-4 Big Ten) on the season and in danger of missing a bowl game for just the third time since 1961."




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#43

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Auburn's Gus Malzahn back to Arkansas to replace Brett Bielma?

Paul Finebaum: Gus Malzahn could leave Auburn for Arkansas at end ...
https://www.seccountry.com/.../paul-fin … arkansas-e...
Oct 23, 2017 - “Yes, I do,” Finebaum started when asked if he thought Malzahn would “go home” to Arkansas after the 2017 season. “Let's assume Gus ...
Arkansas Razorbacks podcast: The Gus Malzahn-to-Arkansas scenario
https://www.seccountry.com/arkansas/ark … hn-maybe-w...
In this episode, John Nabors is joined by Zac Blackerby as they discuss the Arkansas/Auburn game and what impact it will have on the respective coaches.
What Gus Malzahn said in postgame press conference after Auburn's ...
www.al.com/.../index.../live_updates_gus_malzahn_postgame_auburn_arkansas.html
Oct 21, 2017 - Follow along with live updates of Gus Malzahn's press conference after Auburn's 52-20 win at Arkansas.
Gus Malzahn, Auburn own Bret Bielema and it's only getting worse
https://www.seccountry.com/arkansas/ark … ema-auburn
Oct 22, 2017 - Did the future Arkansas football coach just seal the fate of the current ... He and Auburn head man Gus Malzahn could not be more different.
Could Gus Malzahn leave Auburn for Arkansas? Paul Finebaum ...
https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/.../g … -paul-fine...
Oct 24, 2017 - Auburn coach Gus Malzahn is solidly on the hot seat, as his Tigers have failed to live up to expectations this year, especially after blowing a ...
Gus Malzahn Named as UA Offensive Coordinator | Arkansas ...
www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/gus_malzahn_named_as_ua_offensive_coordinator_21...
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Renowned Arkansas high school football coach Gus Malzahn has joined the Razorbacks coaching staff as offensive coordinator it was ...
What We Are Hearing: Gus Malzahn to Arkansas? Jay Jacobs' ticking ...
https://auburn.247sports.com/.../What-W … rkansas-Ja...
Oct 23, 2017 - Would Gus Malzahn return to his home state to coach the Razorbacks? And an update on athletics director Jay Jacobs' situation.
Gus Malzahn - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gus_Malzahn
Jump to Arkansas - Malzahn joined Houston Nutt's staff on December 9, 2005, ... to follow Malzahn to Arkansas and the fact that Malzahn had never ...




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#44

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Those articles sort of left out the fact that Malzahn's Auburn team just laid a 40-17 beatdown on the number 1 team in college football.

Last edited by seahawk (Nov 16 2017 8:38 am)




Nevertheless, covfefe persisted.

#45

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True.

"As Auburn decision-makers wrestle with whether to keep basketball coach Bruce Pearl and whom to hire to succeed Jay Jacobs as athletics director, another issue should be on their radar in the glow of the football team's 40-17 destruction of Georgia.

What are they going to do about ...."


http://www.al.com/auburnfootball/index. … eriou.html




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#46

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You know this isn't an Auburn or Arkansas message board right?




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#47

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Does who goes to Arkansas make a difference in who might be available if Beaty were gone from KU?

Does discussion of any coaching changes anywhere matter in our consideration of whether KU can afford to have Zenger in charge of coaching changes in our football program?

Last edited by seahawk (Nov 16 2017 11:53 am)




Nevertheless, covfefe persisted.

#48

Re: Coaching carousel...

Where's Beaty gonna go?




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#49

Re: Coaching carousel...

PhDhawk wrote:

Where's Beaty gonna go?


Receivers coach.

Zenger has revisited his decision.  Clint is the new HC.







But he has to keep Beaty.




I believe, but I'm also an "independent thinker."  Quite a conundrum.

#50

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After a nationwide search, we're just going to change hats.

That is soooo KU.




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