Take this for what it's worth but...

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  1. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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  2. Farnsworth

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    Danny Mac hanging it up.
     
  3. Palmer

    Palmer Well-Known Member

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    Danny Mac coming to be our OC.
     
  4. Wesley

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    "Immediate Football Help Wanted.
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  5. Clonehomer

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    I would expect staff changes. I hate that people are asking for changes midseason, but if the staff next year looks like this year I'd be questioning whether Jamie is doing his job.
     
  6. Luth4Cy

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    Expect staff changes at Ames, Dan McCarney to hang it up. Obviously this means D-Mac will be on our staff next year. Get ready those who wanted a new OC. :jimlad:

    In all seriousness, I'd take him as defensive line coach, but I doubt that will happen.

    My guess is Rhoads will dismiss Mess and maybe Bleil at the end of the season. Don't really see him making any changes on defense.
     
  7. CycloneWarning

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    #7 CycloneWarning, Oct 28, 2013
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    Interesting. Never seen this site. Any credibility, or is it Bleacher Report II?

    Mac is only 59 and has North Texas a game away from bowling. If he steps down, I highly doubt he will take another job. Would probably just hang it up.
     
  8. redrocker

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    I thought that before even seeing your post. I would take that.
     
  9. Part of me thinks that Wally may hang it up after this year and then the reins would be passed to Shane.
     
  10. aauummm

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  11. ruxCYtable

    ruxCYtable Well-Known Member

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    Dan McCarney is/was a defensive coach
    Jamie's not Jerry Jones. CPR controls his own staff.
     
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  12. Clark

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    really? I think he's a really good defensive coach but I wouldn't want him anywhere near my offensive playbook.
     
  13. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    That had me interested as well...
     
  14. CykoAGR

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    I agree. I dont see any way that JP would let CPR hold on to Mess (maybe others). As the AD he is in a position to force things to happen if staying the same will result in fan apathy. I dont see any way that he could expect to sellout season tickets again without changes.

    Im sure its been discussed a thousand times but if you know that you are going to let the OC go at the end of the year then why do you let him keep calling the plays?

    We already had Herman eff the Pin Stripe Bowl up because "he wasnt focused". Messingham might be slow but he has to realize that he is out, what incentive does he have to give a #@$% now?
     
  15. megamanxzero35

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    I wonder if Mac will be done coaching entirely or just done being a HC. I could love to have him back as a DL coach.

    I would take the at a minimum remark to mean at least 1 guy is gone. Probably more.
     
  16. CycloneErik

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    The next job. If he outright tanked the rest of his time here, word gets out in the coaching community (potentially) that he's not really all in with the teams he coaches, and that probably doesn't help his case to be employed anywhere.
     
  17. kberyldial

    kberyldial Well-Known Member

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    I don't see a single thing in that article other than obvious things that are repeatedly discussed or really obvious things that would be a surprise to no one. "We think Pat Haden is likely doing due diligence on several candidates and will move quickly once the season ends to fill the position." That is some kind of insight.
     
  18. CykoAGR

    CykoAGR Well-Known Member

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    Meh, I believe that if for some reason that CPR was adimant on sticking with coach XYZ and JP knew that if this were to happen ticket sales would drop from sellout numbers back to 40-45k then I have no doubt that JP would step in.
     
  19. Clark

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    Because he might want a job somewhere else? His effort level isn't something I'd be worried about.
     
  20. CykoAGR

    CykoAGR Well-Known Member

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    True. Not sure he's gonna get a look at anything but position coach level anyway but I see your point. Not going to "go the extra mile" though.
     

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