- May 31, 2018
Do y'all not see that Luke has been doing CIA level espionage on FSU. Double agent. We need him involved in all their Head Coaching hires. He blessed us with the Taggart hire. God's Plan.
Wow. Didn’t Gus Malzahn do a similar thing when he transitioned from Springdale to UArkansas?Penny already stepped in it.
The NCAA found Tigers coach Penny Hardaway paid moving expenses to aid the Wiseman family, but the potential top pick was able to play Friday after a court issued a temporary restraining order.www.espn.com
Memphis coach Penny Hardaway assisted Wiseman and his family's move to Memphis in 2018, attorney Leslie Ballin said in a news conference -- and the NCAA has deemed Hardaway a booster.
That's a silly criteria. You have to look at the context of the school and the resources invested. Also great teams can be in a tough conference and not win their conference but still go to a BCS game. 2011 Alabama didnt win its conference but won the title. Division titles are a fairer reflection of a coach's quality. Since Dabo took over at Clemson in 2008, either FSU and Clemson have won the the ACC championship, with the exception of a HOF coach- Frank Beamer in 2010. Cutcliffe, for example, is at a school that puts virtually no money into football but he won the coastal against VASTLY more talented teams. He also won the SEC west once at Ole Miss.I didn't ask you about 124 other coaches, I asked about those 4 coaches. I'll make it easier for you, how many conference titles do they have between em'?
John Madden played at Cal Poly San Luis ObispoI think Bill Belichick was a third string deep snapper on a D3 team for 1 year (he got injured early in his sophomore year) . That's not zero college football experience but it's pretty damn close. Seeing as Belichick is the GOAT football coach and had only a minuscule amount of college FB experience, I think it pretty much invalidates the idea that a coach had to play college football to understand the game.
As an aside-
Really interesting article about the injury.
Inside the risky play that wrecked college center Bill Belichick's leg https://es.pn/2Nnn4ue
Deion Sanders retired from football almost two decades ago and has never coached a minute in his life. There is zero chance he will be hired as FSU's head coach and has to have been added to this list as some type of courtesy.
IF he somehow got the job—meaning everyone else turned it down—the only "instant energy" would be the rest of the college football world laughing their asses off as the Seminoles making the dumbest hire in the history of college sports.
With the recent Stoops talk and now this—based on fact Briles and Leavitt are staying—it seems FSU is simply looking for a figurehead who can sit atop the program for 2-3 years before they turn the keys over to head coach in waiting, Briles. They simply know they can't promote him yet and need someone to come in and right the ship program-wise before he takes over.