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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun_lannister View Post
    Would like to see any of these guys get the job

    1. Tony Elliott CO- OC Clemson
    2. Tony Gibson West Virginia defensive coordinator
    3. Jimmy Lake Washington co-defensive coordinator


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    3. kliff kingsbury
    Jeff Scott is the Co-OC who calls the plays for Clemson. Both should get mentioned for jobs very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    We need to deal with reality. We're not going to be able to peel away the OC at Clemson.
    That's what people said about Gus Malzhan and then he signed with Ark State.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    A guy I like a lot is Joe Moorhead. OC for Penn State. Previously the HC at Fordham. The thing I'd worry about with a guy like him is the culture change from the northeast to the south.
    I'm sure he makes more as the OC at Penn State than we are paying Hud.

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    The whole staff needs to be made up of Boudreauxs; Thibodeauxs; Heberts; Duhons; Cheneverts, Antoines; Gaspards; Zaunbrechers; Richards; Miguezs and Viators. All Coonasses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    Jeff Scott is the Co-OC who calls the plays for Clemson. Both should get mentioned for jobs very soon.
    Listen to this man..
    He knows more about the coaching situation around the country than you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    I'm sure he makes more as the OC at Penn State than we are paying Hud.
    I'd love to tell you what he makes but Penn State coaches aren't listed on USA Today coaches salary list BUT in 2016 only 12 coordinators were listed as making 1 million or more.

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    My opinion is most of the coordinators who would be on a short list to be the HC at a G5 make in the 500-750 range. Once you go over that you are damn near priced out of a low G5.

    FCS coaches will very. John Grass who was mentioned earlier make in the 250k range. That type of pay could be double by us and he could be given a much bigger salary pool for assistants.

    That money for assistants is the key. No one wants to coach at a place where they can't get their guys bc the money isn't there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Listen to this man..
    He knows more about the coaching situation around the country than you do.
    You are a gentleman and a scholar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    Jeff Scott is the Co-OC who calls the plays for Clemson. Both should get mentioned for jobs very soon.
    Stokley route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaisingCajun08 View Post
    Louie Cook?

    Someone was going to go there eventually so I just wanted to get it out of the way. haha
    Louie instantly qualified for AARP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Louie instantly qualified for AARP.
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    Les Miles. That would be funny on so many levels. CajunIke already volunteered a pallet of sod for him to chew on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    My opinion is most of the coordinators who would be on a short list to be the HC at a G5 make in the 500-750 range. Once you go over that you are damn near priced out of a low G5.

    FCS coaches will very. John Grass who was mentioned earlier make in the 250k range. That type of pay could be double by us and he could be given a much bigger salary pool for assistants.

    That money for assistants is the key. No one wants to coach at a place where they can't get their guys bc the money isn't there.
    A smart new head coach would rather take less salary himself in order to have the funds available to put together a top knotch staff. In the end, their success is his and he'll make more at the next level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunfanatico View Post
    A smart new head coach would rather take less salary himself in order to have the funds available to put together a top knotch staff. In the end, their success is his and he'll make more at the next level.
    Smart NFL quarterbacks have taken this route.

    Smart College coaches should too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Smart NFL quarterbacks have taken this route.

    Smart College coaches should too.
    Give 'em what they need to stay focused, motivated, and work their butts off for the program. Give them all the praise for the team's success. But in the end, it's the head guy who gets the credit or kisses the pig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    That's what people said about Gus Malzhan and then he signed with Ark State.
    Malzhan was about to get fired from Arkansas.

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    Beau Baldwin is the best of the bunch. Won 2 FCS titles. Now OC at Cal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    Beau Baldwin is the best of the bunch. Won 2 FCS titles. Now OC at Cal.
    1 title not 2.

    He wouldn't be my first choice but I would like the hire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    That's what people said about Gus Malzhan and then he signed with Ark State.
    Malzahn was a successful HS coach in Arkansas when he got the job at U Arkansas. When he was headed out the door, he wanted to remain in state and it worked Astate offering him his first HC job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Malzahn was a successful HS coach in Arkansas when he got the job at U Arkansas. When he was headed out the door, he wanted to remain in state and it worked Astate offering him his first HC job.
    Yup

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