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Recent Activity

Comment 18 Dec 2014

Saban is the one inside the cannon about to be blasted. He is the only one that would fit.

Comment 18 Dec 2014

Michigan seems to be going all in.

Can I answer "yes," but it will cost Michigan $60 M for 6 years with a guarantee of $4.5 M in assistant coaches salaries?

Comment 15 Dec 2014
Comment 13 Dec 2014

I bet Coach Urban Meyer would personally pay for it if the NCAA allowed only the head coach to pay for these things.

Does anyone know if Ohio State can only provide $800 once per year for travel for families? It seems that the issue that is being raised is that parents of players making the championship game should get $800 twice per year. (That still is grossly underfunding it.)

Comment 09 Dec 2014

In 2017, we open versus Indiana. It will be interesting to play an in conference game first.

Comment 08 Dec 2014

It is becoming apparent to me that Coach Saban is using the Urban Meyer recruiting service and not paying for it. Once Ohio State makes an offer then Coach Saban offers the same player without the concerns of oversigning. TIME TO MAKE COACH SABAN PAY!!

Comment 07 Dec 2014

They also beat Michigan State - a quality win regardless of whether it is in or out of conference.

Comment 04 Dec 2014

Is Mark Stoops being considered for U Michigan's next coach?

Comment 02 Dec 2014

I think Coach Herman to Nebraska would be a blessing and a curse for Coach Herman. He would immediately step into a situation where the expectation would be to go 10-2 (or better). Until you have been in charge of a program, you also have little idea about the nuances of the job. It is better to learn the nuances at a MAC or small school before stepping into the big leagues. Can you name one big time head coach that started at a big time school?

Edit: Oyster is smarter than me (see below).

Comment 02 Dec 2014

Jimmy Johnson coached at Ok St before Miami.

Would you consider Ole Miss (circa 1990) a traditional power like Nebraska? Tommy Tuberville coached at Ole Miss before Auburn.

I guess that my statement was more along the lines of Nebraska is a college football blue blood where the expectation is championships from day one. In this day and age (since the start of the BCS), it is challenging to go from zero head coaching experience to elite coach.

Maybe, I should add Jimbo Fisher to the list.