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and bump old OC who was struggling to O. Line coach.....
Well, whenever you get a chance to hire a guy who got fired and then proved so meaningless to his previous team's success that they won the goddamn Super Bowl without him, you have to do it.
Yea but time and time again, Cameron has proved that of all the coaches fired from the NFL, he is definetly one if them.
I dunno, a guy with NFL head coaching experience is now your offensive coordinator? If Pat Shurmur would have become the new OC here, This board would explode, and he's been miserable in the NFL
Did you learn something Dantonio??
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Which one are you??
I hope not. Roushar was just as bad of an OL coach as he is an OC.
His 2007 Dolphins lost 13 consecutive games to start the season, before beating the Baltimore Ravens in overtime on December 16 for their first and only win. The Dolphins ended the 2007 season in last place in the AFC East with a 1-15 record, the worst record in the NFL that year and the worst in the team's 40-year history. On January 3, 2008, newly hired general manager Jeff Ireland announced Cameron had been fired along with most of his staff.
That's Coach Dantonio or Mr. Dantonio to you.
"No one cares what you know, until they know how much you care." Mark Dantonio
You're right. Dan Roushar is way better.
No he wasn't
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