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    Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Not sure if anyone cares but I'm getting word he has been named their new DC.
    Always thought he was a class act with HS coaches and was pretty good recruiter for us in both stints.


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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    good for him. he was a great coach



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    I must have missed it, where did Wisky's D-coordinator go?


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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    new head coach at northern illinois. i also read that wisconsins offensive coordinator might be getting a head coaching position.


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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Good for him and he made a good jump.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Heard some funny stories about him from the bowl trip last year. Nice recruiter.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    If true, it was the right move for Coach Ash.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Might not be too long before Ash himself is in the running for a HC position. Always very impressed with Ash and have watched his progression over the last 10 years. Glad to have him for 2 tours in Ames.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Great move for Coach Ash - but, surprising move if you ask me....

    Reason i say that is Coach Partridge has been at UDub since 2007 and his job this year with the DLINE was one of the best in all of college football. He's as qualified if not more qualified having served as Assist coach here at isu in 1998-1999. then having great success at Pittsburgh coaching multiple positions from 2003-2007.

    Congrats to Coach Ash always a classy guy, but, wonder how Coach Partridge looks at that when a coach that walks into a Co-Defensive Backs coach is promoted to D. Coordinator after only one year. Don't be surprised if Dorean dont come back and hire Partridge as his D-Coordinator.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by kilgore_trout View Post
    new head coach at northern illinois. i also read that wisconsins offensive coordinator might be getting a head coaching position.
    With the ridiculous numbers Wisconsin's offense has put up this year, Paul Chryst will definitely be in the mix in coaching searches


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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by KMAC_ATTACK View Post
    Great move for Coach Ash - but, surprising move if you ask me....

    Reason i say that is Coach Partridge has been at UDub since 2007 and his job this year with the DLINE was one of the best in all of college football. He's as qualified if not more qualified having served as Assist coach here at isu in 1998-1999. then having great success at Pittsburgh coaching multiple positions from 2003-2007.

    Congrats to Coach Ash always a classy guy, but, wonder how Coach Partridge looks at that when a coach that walks into a Co-Defensive Backs coach is promoted to D. Coordinator after only one year. Don't be surprised if Dorean dont come back and hire Partridge as his D-Coordinator.
    Coach Partridge may be heading to Miami per the Wisconsin message boards.



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    Re: Coach Ash- Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by KMAC_ATTACK View Post
    Great move for Coach Ash - but, surprising move if you ask me....

    Reason i say that is Coach Partridge has been at UDub since 2007 and his job this year with the DLINE was one of the best in all of college football. He's as qualified if not more qualified having served as Assist coach here at isu in 1998-1999. then having great success at Pittsburgh coaching multiple positions from 2003-2007.

    Congrats to Coach Ash always a classy guy, but, wonder how Coach Partridge looks at that when a coach that walks into a Co-Defensive Backs coach is promoted to D. Coordinator after only one year. Don't be surprised if Dorean dont come back and hire Partridge as his D-Coordinator.
    Yes, great point. I think he was director of football ops in 2000. He has impressed as well. Mac hired some good young guys as Alford and Grant are doing well and those guys leaving certainly took it's toll.



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