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    Rhoads should be looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Having Brewster on the staff could really bolster the ISU football program. Great recruiter, lots of TE and special teams coaching experience in college and the pros. He was once the recruiting coordinator for Mack Brown, and he could jump-start the Texas pipeline for us.
    I assume he will not be left wanting for assistant coach offers, but CPR should make a play for him.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Agreed, but I see him in the NFL again after this, or maybe even back at Texas. Just my opinion.




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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    I wonder how much paycut he wants to take if CPR invites him. He makes a lot of $$$ with the Gophers.
    Wouldn't hurt to have him on the staff due to his recruiting ability.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by Tornado man View Post
    Having Brewster on the staff could really bolster the ISU football program. Great recruiter, lots of TE and special teams coaching experience in college and the pros. He was once the recruiting coordinator for Mack Brown, and he could jump-start the Texas pipeline for us.
    I assume he will not be left wanting for assistant coach offers, but CPR should make a play for him.
    As what? CPR isn't firing Herman and Brewster isn't taking a TE coaches job. I'd love to have him but I think we're full right now.


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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Would we create a position for him? I agree that he could be a decent assistant, but who is he replacing?



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    I guess I assume Rhoads is always evaluating his program, including coaches.
    Example: after just his second year as head coach at Northwestern, Pat Fitzgerald fired his DC. He hired Mike Hankwitz, and the defense became a strength.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by Tornado man View Post
    I guess I assume Rhoads is always evaluating his program, including coaches.
    Example: after just his second year as head coach at Northwestern, Pat Fitzgerald fired his DC. He hired Mike Hankwitz, and the defense became a strength.
    Well, if we look as bad vs. KU, CU and Mizz as we did vs. Utah and OU you might be on to something.


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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Wally is one of the strengths of this coaching staff.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by Tornado man View Post
    I guess I assume Rhoads is always evaluating his program, including coaches.
    Example: after just his second year as head coach at Northwestern, Pat Fitzgerald fired his DC. He hired Mike Hankwitz, and the defense became a strength.
    You really think that Rhoads is going to fire Wally? I'd say that is the last one that he would fire.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    We're FULL?



    nooooooo we're not. Assistant coaches like Brewster are VERY welcome



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    I think what he means is the Cyclones are at the NCAA mandated limit of coaches on staff. In order to bring in a guy like Brewster (or any coach, for that matter), you'd have to get rid of an existing staff member to make room.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    and thats what we should do

    IMO



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    The guy seems shady, but he can certainly recruit.



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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    My first thought is that given what has been written/posted/intimated about his ego, Brewster wouldn't give ISU the time of day regarding an assistant position.

    Secondly, what position would he take? Given the levels he's coached at in the past, and given what ISU could pay him, I don't see him being at ISU very long if he did take a job. If you put him into the O or D-coord position and he bails after a year or two, the stability that many here claim is needed would be hurt. CPR would probably have to create some kind of position that wouldn't adversely affect the team if he left quickly.


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    Re: Rhoads should looking at hiring Tim Brewster

    I'm not really a fan of Brewster after watching/listening to some of his coaches shows and interviews up here in the cities. He doesn't seem like a straight shooter IMO and never really seemed to take ownership for the bad losses they had this year. After each bad loss, he always seemed to talk about the good things he thought the team did, how they were in the game, etc......not really addressing the other million bad things the team did and how they planned to correct them (penalties, blown coverages, clock mgmt, etc).

    I understand he wanted to stay positive and not get down on his team and staff when things weren't going very well, but he just seemed to be in denial with how bad things really were up here. I'm sure he'd be a good assistant and recruiter somewhere, but not sure he's cut from the same cloth as CPR and his staff. Then again, maybe he'd do better under some guidance from CPR, Wally, etc....


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