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Re: Coaching carousel

PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2020 9:26 am
by Flipper
MSU throws $5 million a year towards Colorado HC Mel Tucker...he reconsidered his earlier "nah" and is now the new HC at Michigan State

Re: Coaching carousel

PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2020 2:12 pm
by Tony4BG
App State Eliah Drinkwitz (12-1) Shawn Clark AHC App State
Arkansas Chad Morris (2-8), I Barry Lunney Jr. (0-2) Sam Pittman Georgia AHC
Baylor Matt Rhule (11-3) Dave Aranda LSU DC
Boston College Steve Addazio (6-6), B Rich Gunnell Jeff Hafley Ohio St Co-DC
Colorado Mel Tucker (5-7)
Colorado State Mike Bobo (4-8) Steve Addazio BC HC
Florida Atlantic Lane Kiffin (10-3), B Glenn Spencer Willie Taggart FSU HC
Florida State Willie Taggart (4-5), I Odell Haggins (2-1) Mike Norvell Memphis HC
Fresno State Jeff Tedford (4-8) Kalen DeBoer Indiana OC
Hawaii Nick Rolovich (10-5) Todd Graham former Arizona St HC
Memphis Mike Norvell (12-1) Ryan Silverfield Memphis Deputy HC/OL
Michigan St Mark Dantonio (7-6) Mel Tucker Colorado HC
Mississippi Matt Luke (4-8) Lane Kiffin FAU HC
Mississippi St Joe Moorhead (6-7) Mike Leach Wash St HC
Missouri Barry Odom (6-6) - not bowl ineligible per NCAA Eliah Drinkwitz App St HC
Nevada-Las Vegas Tony Sanchez (4-8) Marcus Arroyo Oregon OC
New Mexico Bob Davie (2-10) Danny Gonzales Arizona St DC
Old Dominion Bobby Wilder (1-11) Ricky Rahne Penn St OC
Rutgers Chris Ash (1-3), I Nunzio Campanile (1-7) Greg Schiano Former OSU DC
San Diego St Rocky Long (10-3) Brady Hoke SDSU DL
USF Charlie Strong (4-8) Jeff Scott Clemson OC
UTSA Frank Wilson (4-8) Jeff Traylor Arkansas AHC
Washington Chris Petersen (7-5), retires after bowl game Jimmy Lake Washington DC
Washington St Mike Leach (6-7) Nick Rolovich Hawaii HC

Re: Coaching carousel

PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:30 am
by Tony4BG
That should do it for this year's coaching carousel.


App State Eliah Drinkwitz (12-1) Shawn Clark AHC App State
Arkansas Chad Morris (2-8), I Barry Lunney Jr. (0-2) Sam Pittman Georgia AHC
Baylor Matt Rhule (11-3) Dave Aranda LSU DC
Boston College Steve Addazio (6-6), B Rich Gunnell Jeff Hafley Ohio St Co-DC
Colorado Mel Tucker (5-7) Karl Dorrell Miami Dolphins AHC/WR
Colorado State Mike Bobo (4-8) Steve Addazio BC HC
Florida Atlantic Lane Kiffin (10-3), B Glenn Spencer Willie Taggart FSU HC
Florida State Willie Taggart (4-5), I Odell Haggins (2-1) Mike Norvell Memphis HC
Fresno State Jeff Tedford (4-8) Kalen DeBoer Indiana OC
Hawaii Nick Rolovich (10-5) Todd Graham former Arizona St HC
Memphis Mike Norvell (12-1) Ryan Silverfield Memphis Deputy HC/OL
Michigan St Mark Dantonio (7-6) Mel Tucker Colorado HC
Mississippi Matt Luke (4-8) Lane Kiffin FAU HC
Mississippi St Joe Moorhead (6-7) Mike Leach Wash St HC
Missouri Barry Odom (6-6) - not bowl ineligible per NCAA Eliah Drinkwitz App St HC
Nevada-Las Vegas Tony Sanchez (4-8) Marcus Arroyo Oregon OC
New Mexico Bob Davie (2-10) Danny Gonzales Arizona St DC
Old Dominion Bobby Wilder (1-11) Ricky Rahne Penn St OC
Rutgers Chris Ash (1-3), I Nunzio Campanile (1-7) Greg Schiano Former OSU DC
San Diego St Rocky Long (10-3) Brady Hoke SDSU DL
USF Charlie Strong (4-8) Jeff Scott Clemson OC
UTSA Frank Wilson (4-8) Jeff Traylor Arkansas AHC
Washington Chris Petersen (7-5), retires after bowl game Jimmy Lake Washington DC
Washington St Mike Leach (6-7) Nick Rolovich Hawaii HC

Re: Coaching carousel

PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:43 pm
by Antimob
Flipper wrote:MSU throws $5 million a year towards Colorado HC Mel Tucker...he reconsidered his earlier "nah" and is now the new HC at Michigan State


Must be nice to be Nick Saban's buddy. 5-7 record and a $5 million per year contract. That opening press conference was brutal. My only hope is Michigan State starts recruiting more against Ohio State instead of us.

Re: Coaching carousel

PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:27 pm
by MarkL
I'm surprised McElwain didn't go to Colorado. In state experience after doing great at CSU. And now is a weird time to hire a coach so Colorado didn't have the cream of the crop available. Throwing a large bucket of money at McElwain after a deceptively successful season at CMU makes sense.