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Haywood gone? Who else needs to go?


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Guest SirJohn

Funny Eskimo :lol: 2007 has to go down as the weirdest football season ever. Our team and many others sort of imploded. I can't hardly keep up with job hoping, hopping coaches. I will gasp a bit (Gasp!) and the prestegious job (GAG! Gasp) of Michigan untouched. Maybe pete carroll to the Falcons... ahahaha (lower case admitted)

 

It does all make me admire (excuse me ) people like Joe Pa and Bowden... Think of that 300 wins plus each. We will never see that again.

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hey russ, be nice now some of us old 72 year olds can still think and at least we don't lie to the boss and others then cut and run" Louie style ." :oops: ha ha . go irish. i guess old SJ, hit the nail on the head about bobby, hell i think he should run for the mayor of Atlanta, he would win in a land side. , you know like Sherman's' march . , he is a fan favorite in hotlanta. :roll:

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didn't mean to put down us old folks Rick. Does come a time you got to stop. As is my logo "Bat Masterson" president Theodore Rosevelt asked if he would be US Marshal of the Oklahoma territory then. ( An honor)

 

Bat wrote back to the President that Oklahoma was wild and whooley, with my reputation I'd be game for every kid that read a dime novel. No sense in that... I've taken my guns off for good and don't ever intend putting them back on,

 

He knew when to stop

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I'd say Haywood is in ,,,,,,,,,,,anyone taking a 71 year old Pardee is a fool....

i agree that haywood is most likley gone, who in their right mind would hire a 71 year old coach.

 

 

Penn State?!? :roll:

 

Ha, yeah, after Joe Pa quits they will be looking for a young up and coming coach like Pardee.

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I think that Houston has eliminated Haywood from the coaching search, which would mean he is going to be the OC next year. This is good news, maybe not for him because it was a great opportunity, but for ND because he seems to develop a good rapport with the players.

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I have to say that I think RB's were lost on the blitz pick up for two reasons: they were all in their first year of significant college playing time, so they were seeing many new blitz packages thrown at them AND they had to make up for our terrible OL play and missed assignments on a regular basis

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bstokes I agree. Haywood really had no duties as an OC, running backs were his real job. We all know how that real job turned out, an F grade much of that had to do with Latin's O line and holes. But it was oil and water so move on

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