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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    1 title not 2.

    He wouldn't be my first choice but I would like the hire.
    Correct. I suggest him because he was willing leave EWU, one of the premier FCS programs for an OC gig. He wants to be a FBS head coach. We should scoop him up before people realize how good he really is.

    Unless he is a Jimmy Sexton client. Lmao

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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.
    He was at Auburn before Astate. He went from Arkansas to Tulsa to auburn to Astate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    Correct. I suggest him because he was willing leave EWU, one of the premier FCS programs for an OC gig. He wants to be a FBS head coach. We should scoop him up before people realize how good he really is.

    Unless he is a Jimmy Sexton client. Lmao
    Lol we couldn't be that unlucky twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    Lol we couldn't be that unlucky twice.
    Just saying, it's like the Boris effect of college coaching.

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    I want no one named Petrino or Briles. I do not want a FCS coach that has not won a championship, any FCS coach without a championship is a step backwards. I do not want another coach from the SBC or C-USA, again another step backwards.

    I will go as far as saying I will not step in the stadium if Briles or Petrino are hired, I know some of you would like me not going to the game.


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    What about Jeff Brohm's brother at Purdue.
    Almost positive he is the OC there. Absolutely love that coaching staff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MelRock View Post
    I want no one named Petrino or Briles. I do not want a FCS coach that has not won a championship, any FCS coach without a championship is a step backwards. I do not want another coach from the SBC or C-USA, again another step backwards.

    I will go as far as saying I will not step in the stadium if Briles or Petrino are hired, I know some of you would like me not going to the game.
    Agree with you in 100 % regarding Briles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    What about Jeff Brohm's brother at Purdue.
    Almost positive he is the OC there. Absolutely love that coaching staff.
    Brian Brohm is an interesting thought, but he's only 31 with very little experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    Brian Brohm is an interesting thought, but he's only 31 with very little experience.
    That makes me like him more. We can pay less, and he can grow with us. Also, offensive minded, which I think is key in the G5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    What about Jeff Brohm's brother at Purdue.
    Almost positive he is the OC there. Absolutely love that coaching staff.
    I like Brian Brohm. His youth could hold him back but Kingsbury hasn't been bad at Texas Tech despite his age.

    Another guy off that petrino/brohm tree is Tyson Helton. He's the QB coach for USC. His brother is the HC there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    I like Brian Brohm. His youth could hold him back but Kingsbury hasn't been bad at Texas Tech despite his age.

    Another guy off that petrino/brohm tree is Tyson Helton. He's the QB coach for USC. His brother is the HC there.
    I think if McVey (LA Rams) can run an NFL team at 31, Brohm can run our program.
    How old is Helton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MelRock View Post
    I want no one named Petrino or Briles. I do not want a FCS coach that has not won a championship, any FCS coach without a championship is a step backwards. I do not want another coach from the SBC or C-USA, again another step backwards.

    I will go as far as saying I will not step in the stadium if Briles or Petrino are hired, I know some of you would like me not going to the game.
    Who do you want? What level of success do you think a coach could have previously and still want to come to this grave yard. You are eliminating a lot of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    I think if McVey (LA Rams) can run an NFL team at 31, Brohm can run our program.
    How old is Helton?
    I want to say he is 40ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    Agree with you in 100 % regarding Briles.
    Are y'all talking the father or son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    Who do you want? What level of success do you think a coach could have previously and still want to come to this grave yard. You are eliminating a lot of people.
    A coach that has helped turn around another coaching graveyard (in 2 years mind you) in the BIG10, tough, no nonsense, offensive minded, former QB and QB guru, young, probably won't come TOO expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    I think if McVey (LA Rams) can run an NFL team at 31, Brohm can run our program.
    How old is Helton?
    Absolutely, it's not the age I care about as much as the lack of coaching experience, but it does have some advantages as well like you mentioned.

    I follow TT pretty closely and Kingbury's seat is hotter than the devil's dick, but he coaches like an old stubborn coach. He does the same things over and over and his play calling is very questionable. He runs the good program and I even understand the Baker Mayfield situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    Are y'all talking the father or son.
    both

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    Kevin Sumlin


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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    Who do you want? What level of success do you think a coach could have previously and still want to come to this grave yard. You are eliminating a lot of people.
    I have no specific names, but no who I do not want. Art Briles and his son are two of the biggest piece of ____ there is on this earth. As for the younger Petrino I do not know much about him, but his dad is up there with the Briles.

    I keep hearing people on here mention Guidry, Rebowe and Viator, what have they done?

    I would take a offense or defensive coordinator from just about any P5 school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    Kevin Sumlin
    That would be an excellent choice, in my opinion.

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