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While I am happy about the rumors and hope that they come to fruition, am I the only one that worries about keeping him? He's been in the NFL for 10 years and how bad would it be for our offense to get on track and then another NFL team come along with an offer to get back in the league? Is there anyway to ensure stability at the OC position if he comes on board because I'm sure within 3 years someone will come calling, especially if he does great things here
Not use in worrying over something we can control. I don't think anyone can answer your question and who knows, he may like the college game more. I'm sure he'll get paid well and he's best friends with Miles (literally). He could find his niche here.
I would just stay positive and be happy we're getting a new, established OC (hopefully).. Something we desperately need.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Not worried at all. Just means Lsu will have to get another...thats how it goes. No one is going to change the philosophy and that is the key.
If he comes in and within a few years NFL teams are beating down the doors for his services because of how good our offense has been, then I will take that without question.
I had the same thought run across my head.
My guess is that Miles wouldn't hire him if he thought he'd be gone in a year or two.
Especially, if we have won 3 straight national championships.
"Without a struggle, there can be no progress." — Frederick Douglass
Wouldn't you want a coach that other teams try and hire away from your program? Zero teams have wanted to lure the OC from LSU in over half a decade. I'd rather have a retention problem with an outstanding OC than one no one else wants. We know how that turns out.
What about Maryland and Crowton
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