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    Farewell Yero..What's next?

    I'm sure many of you have heard Yero Washington is leaving the program. So what's next? Any new leads/ideas as to who will be the new associate head coach?



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by howellc33 View Post
    I'm sure many of you have heard Yero Washington is leaving the program. So what's next? Any new leads/ideas as to who will be the new associate head coach?

    Has this been confirmed or is this another rumor thread? Did you hear it in St. Louis?



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    Now we can see if it was Yero that was the problem with the face planting the light weights have been doing.



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    KJ needs to knock this hire out of the park. Hope we get a GREAT coach for the lighter weights.



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    So what good assistant will come here if the head coach is on the hot seat.



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    revolving door with the coaching staff...every year we have had to replace someone. KJ is on the hot seat



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    If we were to someway to hire Sammie, that would be a great hire.



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    So now with the assistant replacement I fear that our AD will be content with a slight improvement over this year. Perhaps if we have a .500 season next year that will be good enough.



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    Re: Farewell Yero..What's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikewdm View Post
    So now with the assistant replacement I fear that our AD will be content with a slight improvement over this year. Perhaps if we have a .500 season next year that will be good enough.

    After this past season any improvement would help KJ keep his job but if we get to .500 for the season it will be interesting what kind of SPIN Jamie will put on our great improvement....


    At this point in time I dont see wrestling going anywhere anytime soon....


    The competition is too stiff and our financials SUCK as usual.....


    If you want a Penn State/ Cael Sanderson type of program, just add 30,000 seats to the football stadium and fill them.....

    Short of that, this wrestling program is going nowhere real fast.



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