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To all of you who wanted coaching changes during the losing streak. We got some.

 

In reality on the field the running backs and corners have been just ok.

 

We had a quarterback coach but Brian Kelly is in there lots, Redundancy warning.

 

Yes. Alford and Cooks are two beast recruiters. Next man up, Scott Booker.

 

Sorry. Some of you guys want change but still resist when it happens

 

Keep the Faith!!!

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As Ricky Ricardo would say, "CBK, you got some 'splainin' to do".

Recruits who just signed have seen a ton of their position coaches go away.

Current team members have seen their coaches go away.

I don't remember seeing such a massive coaching turnover in one program in one year when it didn't involve a new head coach being hired.

Something's not right with the program. Money probably plays some part, but this just doesn't smell right.

It'll all probably work out just fine, but there is an odor.

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As Ricky Ricardo would say, "CBK, you got some 'splainin' to do".

Recruits who just signed have seen a ton of their position coaches go away.

Current team members have seen their coaches go away.

I don't remember seeing such a massive coaching turnover in one program in one year when it didn't involve a new head coach being hired.

Something's not right with the program. Money probably plays some part, but this just doesn't smell right.

It'll all probably work out just fine, but there is an odor.

 

Don't worry about something not smelling right.

When opportunity knocks, one has to take advantage of it.

LeFleur would not have left if not for the Falcons having a new staff and wanting him.

Cooks got a bump up in title with more dough and another step on his resume toward being a head coach.

Same with Alford. And he will be a head coach within a year to two after added as't coach at OSU to his resume.

If any of his us had these opportunities presented to us, it would be hard to turn any of them down if we wanted to advance our careers and our bank account.

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Agreed Jersey.

 

Kelly has a track record of hiring good staffs. I'm reading on here, we've got Quinn and Todd Lyght.

 

A decent shot at bringing Autry Denson back.

 

So this will be fine. Quinn brings leadership. the other to bring energy a Ring in Lyghts case and rushing records in Densons case.

 

I' m reserving judgment, but my feeling is we're fine.

 

I"M SO GLAD THEY HELD ALFORD TILL POST SIGNING DAY..

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As Ricky Ricardo would say, "CBK, you got some 'splainin' to do".

Recruits who just signed have seen a ton of their position coaches go away.

Current team members have seen their coaches go away.

I don't remember seeing such a massive coaching turnover in one program in one year when it didn't involve a new head coach being hired.

Something's not right with the program. Money probably plays some part, but this just doesn't smell right.

It'll all probably work out just fine, but there is an odor.

 

I believe that Holtz had quite a bit of turnover as well.

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I believe that Holtz had quite a bit of turnover as well.

 

Fans tend to overlook coaching turnover when you're a head coach whose teams win a National Championship, play in nine consecutive New Year’s Day bowl games, and have 5 top 10 finishes in 10 years.

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OSU was impressive LATE this year (which is when it counts I guess), but lets not forget they play in probably the weakest Power 5 conference for football. Their schedule was ridiculously easy last year and will be again this year.

 

Losing Alford and Cooks will definitely hurt on the recruiting trail, but I am kind of excited about all these changes. I think it will help the program in the long run and hopefully on the field this year.

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Fans tend to overlook coaching turnover when you're a head coach whose teams win a National Championship, play in nine consecutive New Year’s Day bowl games, and have 5 top 10 finishes in 10 years.

 

I think the fans would freak out even more if we were on top of the college football world and experienced the same kind of staff turnover. Assistant coaches come and go. It happens all the time.

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So far....

Quinn over LafLeur.....IMO HUGE upgrade....Not necessarily as a QB coach, but as an overall coach, with BK's comfort zone...Does not compare

Light over Cooks....I'll take it. I don't know what he'll bring to the table but he was awesome watching growing up and he'll definitely have an easy time selling ND.

We'll see what he does with Alford but I know he will be hard to replace.

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OSU was impressive LATE this year (which is when it counts I guess), but lets not forget they play in probably the weakest Power 5 conference for football. Their schedule was ridiculously easy last year and will be again this year.

 

Losing Alford and Cooks will definitely hurt on the recruiting trail, but I am kind of excited about all these changes. I think it will help the program in the long run and hopefully on the field this year.

 

You drinkin that SEC koolaid bruh?

 

The Big10 is just as competitive on a relative scale as any other conference. They've just lacked that top team or two which would eventually play the bottom feeders in a couple tight games that leaves the PERCEPTION that Iowa, Northwestern, Illinois, Indiana are really tough competitive teams and if they were in any other conference they would be top 2 or 3...This is the flawed logic that led many of the halfwits of the SEC to believe their conference is best from top to bottom. If Alabama and LSU didn't rule that league, no one would give two shits that Kentucky, South Carolina, or Tennessee "played the champs real close" Turns out these teams have so many common opponents and play each other so often that each team can't help but to play tight games year after year.

 

Watch the bowls there the 3rd and 4th ranked Big10 and SEC teams square off..

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