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Hear me out here, I think this one might work. We need a guy who understands the importance of a good passing game, somebody who understands the fundamentals of the game, somebody who is an innovator...
...Amos Alonzo Stagg.
Make it happen, Hollis.
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
He's currently a volunteer assistant coach for women's golf at Stanford, played QB and WR at MSU and has lots of head coaching experience... Thoughts?
"We'll play anyone, anyplace, anytime!" - Tom Izzo
On the market but very unlikely:
We have a new OC candidate
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson's unhappiness in a disappointing 2012 season is expected to be reflected...
Rogue Leader= Obese coward who didn't attend MSU and has no college degree
He wears his pants too high.
This post was edited by ToxSpartan 16 months ago
I would be happy with any change at this point.
Plus I think he got wacked in the series finale.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
What about Mooch?
My guess is Shurmur has a job in the NFL shortly after his firing happens.
That would be solid too.
I like Willingham because he could return to his alma mater without HC pressure, make some nice money on the side and have a top 5 defense to back him up. Even if it were only for a couple years it would be worth it and his presence would help with recruiting given his extensive resume. The cupboard is certainly not bare on offense so it's got to be an attractive position for many people.
Only if he leaves the cummerbund behind.
I'm sure Shurmur and Andy Reid have already had a discussion on him being the OC wherever Reid lands.
Is there anything or anyone on campus that could help get him here? Because I don't think he comes for his love of Spartan football.
Mooch likely depends on a few things:
A) desire to coach again
B) desire to take a pay cut from NFLTV
C) desire to return to college over NFL assuming A is a "yes"
We need an OC that brings the Oakland booty ...Narduzzi is already bringing the LA face to the defense.
Is this enough booty?
What about Dan Enos? I know he hasn't been great as HC at CMU, but he is an ace recruiter.
Would love to have Enos. He can't be any worse at schemes/playcalling than Roushar. And he's by all accounts an excellent recruiter. Certainly an upgrade.
Coaches who can outline plays on a black board are a dime a dozen. The ones who win get inside their player and motivate.
Stop dreaming, Dantonio is never going to get rid of his millstone...
Nίκη για MSU
I agree. As much as dantonio has done to move this program forward, I just cannot for the love of god, understand his blinding loyalty to his coaches. No way Dantonio fires Roushar. He may demote him (very small chance) but he isn't leaving the program unless outside intervention happens.
I would also love to have enos back though
Mooch was brought up in Bill Walsh's West Coast offense. People are already complaining thst our offense is archaic. Why bring in a guy who only knows a 30 year old offense?
And he'll move from Palo Alto to E.L. because...?
An he's making HC money at CMU which is probably more the MSU pays an OC.
you think he is going to stay as HC after this season?
They won a bowl game
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