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    Top 10 Coaching Jobs according to Bruce Feldman

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    Whoot whoot!



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    Work. Coach Rhoads does it.



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    Wow, I didn't realize we were 5-0 in games of 6 points or less



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    I would agree with that list except for Les Miles. They have better facilities and more talent than everyone else. hell the starting QB the first 6 games was a backup and could start at most colleges. Brady Hoke has the facilities but he took a bunch of kids and tought them football at Michigan. Now if he is on this list in a few years I would disagree. It's freakin Michigan.


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    no Captain Kirk?

    I think it should be

    1. Bill Snyder
    2. Brady Hoke
    3. Stanford coach, name is slipping my mind
    4. Lane Kiffin
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    Stanford coach was handed the team by Jim Harbough with Heisman candidate and probably top 5 QB Andrew Luck. He did a good job. Just cant credit him for all of the success. I agree with Lane Kiffin. They were left for dead with the sanctions and kids transfering. I think the QB saved Kiffins *** though. Kid is good.


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    It's nice to see people giving CPR and the program the recognition they deserve. This schedule was absolutely brutal and they found a way to win 6 games (hopefully 7 and possibly 8 with a bowl win) and give all of the so called "experts" that picked them to win 2 games this year a nice big **** burger to eat.



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    Before the season I thought if CPR got the team to a bowl with that schedule he should be coach of the year. I'm not backing down from that statement.



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    Re: Top 10 Coaching Jobs according to Bruce Feldman

    Quote Originally Posted by Knownothing View Post
    I would agree with that list except for Les Miles. They have better facilities and more talent than everyone else. hell the starting QB the first 6 games was a backup and could start at most colleges. Brady Hoke has the facilities but he took a bunch of kids and tought them football at Michigan. Now if he is on this list in a few years I would disagree. It's freakin Michigan.
    I agree. I was puzzled by the author's point about him overcoming suspensions. Isn't it the HC's responsibility to make sure suspensions don't happen, period? Kinda like saying, "You did a good job despite not always doing a good job."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knownothing View Post
    I would agree with that list except for Les Miles. They have better facilities and more talent than everyone else. hell the starting QB the first 6 games was a backup and could start at most colleges. Brady Hoke has the facilities but he took a bunch of kids and tought them football at Michigan. Now if he is on this list in a few years I would disagree. It's freakin Michigan.

    In a normal SEC year, I would completely agree with Les Miles, especially considering Florida is their protected rival. But, their conference schedule was beyond soft this year aside from Alabama and Arkansas. You do have to respect what they did out of conference though... As far as better facilities? I would say LSU is probably in the bottom half of the SEC in that regard... and talent? Well, if you ask me, that is part of coaching.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KFitzy87 View Post
    Wow, I didn't realize we were 5-0 in games of 6 points or less
    I wonder what we would be under McCarney in those close games?

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    Maybe we can get the Bill Snyder rating lowered.


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    Re: Top 10 Coaching Jobs according to Bruce Feldman

    We were picked to finish 9th in the BIGXII with no more than 4 wins by "prognosticators;" instead, we're bowl eligible. We had one of the toughest schedules in the nation this year with little hope from the outside; instead, we fought hard for six wins (and a 7th this weekend). We were 28 point underdogs to OSU, the #2 team in the country; instead, we took them down. Iowa State was basically a no-man's land for coaching; instead, CPR & Company have put it in the top 10.

    CPR may not have a highly-talented group of recruits (yet), but he is certainly achieving notoriety with what he has (in other words, doing more with less). Next year's squad is definitely going to get a lot of attention.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ruxCYtable View Post
    Before the season I thought if CPR got the team to a bowl with that schedule he should be coach of the year. I'm not backing down from that statement.
    if we go on the rode and beat ksu, i think he will get serious consideration. if we lose, not a chance.

    this would be the only reason cpr would even be considered over snyder. and even is we win, snyder could still be considered a favorite of the two. at either 9 or 10 wins and picked to finish near the bottom of the big 12, unfortunately that is a quite a feat. why oh why did snyder have to come back, prince was doing such a good job of running them into the ground.


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