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Set to interview with 3 NFL teams after the bowl game. The hammer must be about to get put down on Oregon for the Willie Lyles stuff. To bad they don't have any big WR that we were in on and we could flip.
Will not be a good nfl coach IMO
ALL SCHEDULES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL
2013 BAMA GETS KY & TN; LSU GETS FL & GA. SEEMS FAIR (ROLLING EYES)
LSU = MOST SEC WINS SINCE 2010
wish they were set to interview saban instead
Yea I am also trying to figure out how they think his coaching style translates to the NFL ...
I don't think that he's going to run the same offense in the NFL that he does at Oregon. They say he's one of the best all around minds in all of football and that he runs tremendous practices
Aint no ice up in this brandy i just like to gomp it down, aint no running from the Cajun Mafia I most likely gun you down
He must be and I never thought for one second he would run the same offense but it just baffles me because it seems like a big risk with him. I am probably wrong, it just seems odd considering his teams aren't all that great. They win because they have more speed than the teams they play and almost always lose when they are matched with talent.
What else does he know how to run? He's been doing the same thing since his days at Delaware. If I was an NFL owner/GM, I wouldn't sign him to a long term contract until he proves he isn't a one-trick pony. Harbaugh and Carroll's college systems translated well into the NFL which is why they are so successful. I think David Shaw is a better candidate than Kelly right now. I may even prefer Charlie Strong after what I've seen in the Sugar Bowl along with his transformation of Louisville football.
"That was Death Valley. It's where opponent's dreams come to die." - Miles
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