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The A&M ST coach is being mentioned for the La Tech job, the A&M DC is being mentioned for the Kent St job and Al Golden is being mentioned as the leading candidate at Wisconsin.
This post was edited by Buddy1981 19 months ago
Special teams coach, I edited the previous post.
Why wouldn't La Tech be considering Greg Studrawa? RIght after I turned down the job, reliable sources say that Urban Meyer offered him the OC job at Ohio State. He is experienced in the spread offense at Bowling Green with Meyer, as well as whatever offense he is coordinating at LSU that is too multiple and complext to actually be given a name.
Offensive coaches have been racking up the stats.
La Tech just hired Skip Holtz
We get it, man. You don't like Coach Stud.
That's why we wander and follow La Vie Dansante...
This is also the same guy who didn't think Kelvin Sheppard and Perry Riley were Ga leftovers that didn't deserve an offer and would never contribute...they are both currently starting in the NFL. Not saying I love coach stud but once Robert sets his mind on something that's a rap.
"They're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us....They can't get away this time." Chesty Puller
Another good hire for LA Tech.
This post was edited by Tiger Breath 19 months ago
Yes. I also thought Crowton was incompetent, as was Mallveto. And also think Ensminger adds zilch to this coaching staff other than being Miles' gopher/griller.
Studrawa is an "accidental coordinator". But for Kragthorpe's illness, he wouldn't be the OC. He was on the staff when Miles orchaestrated Crowton's overdue departure and was not promoted, he only got the gig when Kragthrope had to step back. If we had a semblance of an offensive strategy and gameplan, we'd be playing for a second national championship this year. If we had an OL coach who could develop linemen instead of stunting their growth, we wouldn't be dealing with opposing recruiters pointing out that "they" put OL in the NFL, while we don't.
To be fair, Studrawa relatively speaking is not an awful recruiter (Pocic, Dodd, Ware), so make him the TE coach if Miles wants to continue his non-firing policy. Bring in an OL coach who can actually develop OL, I don't care if he can recruit or not. Just develop at that position. And, if Kragthorpe is not physically able to handle the playcalling duties, bring in a OC who can gameplan and playcall. If Miles insists on continuing to be the de facto OC, then cut the charade and announce that he is the HC/OC in much the same manner as Spurrier and Meyer.
A Holtz in Ruston....Wonder how long before there is the first Dr. Lou sighting:)
I'll let you know if I spot him in The Dawg House, Sundown West, Log Cabin, Ponchatoulas or Monjuni's. Someone else will have to watch Johnny's, Applebee's, Chili's, Logan's, Portico, Rabb's, the catfish places, fast food places and the BBQ places. He would have been a prime candidate for Maxwell's that was in the old Holiday Inn but that's a vacant lot that a couple more chains are probably eying.
I went and ate a burger at the Dawg House the Monday after Tech's bowl fiasco. College Football Daily came on and a little bit into it when they started talking about their situation a couple of guys got up and stood by the speakers at the bar. Afterwards, one of their female lunch companions said something about them getting publicity and the guys chimed in that it was. "National publicity, too."
'See the good in everything' optimism, blatant lying to themselves or outright naivete?
Fair enough...all of those comments make alot of sense and I agree with most, but the disdain for Sheppard and Riley was something I never understood.
I have no problem with the opinion itself. I am just tired of reading about it in every single thread about offensive linemen, offensive coordinators, coaching changes, fat people, Ohio, or words that begin with the letter "S".
I don't completely agree with his opinion, but whether you agree or disagree, like the BBQ quip it is just getting tiresome.
"I strive to never let the perfect be the enemy of the good. They are companions, not rivals, for our affections." -Lance Paddock
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