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    Sage Retiring

    I saw on Yahoo that Sage is retiring. He had a pretty good NFL career and I wish him the best.
    Y! SPORTS



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    body is probably in pretty good shape and i would assume has a few million in the bank to enjoy.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Backup QB might be one of the better jobs to have. No pressure, no physical abuse and pretty decent paychecks. With his experience it might be nice to find a coaching position to help with QB development.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Hmm...how long until he lands at ISU...I'll take the under on 4 years.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by CYUL8R View Post
    Hmm...how long until he lands at ISU...I'll take the under on 4 years.
    Sage and Seneca both have lasted 10 years

    The NFL requires teams to pay a larger minimum $$$ contract for 10-yr vets, which is why they both were in limbo last season, and someone who's far less talented--Ricky Stanzi, clung to a 3rd-teamer spot with KC. NFL teams don't want to pay anything for a backup, and don't want to pay more $$ based on tenure in the league



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    FOR THE LOVE OF GOD COME COACH OUR QUARTERBACKS SAGE! PLEASE!!!!!!



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by iacyguy View Post
    FOR THE LOVE OF GOD COME COACH OUR QUARTERBACKS SAGE! PLEASE!!!!!!
    Could/will this actually happen? I'd be all for it. I bet he could be a good recruiter as well.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Anybody know what Coach Rhoads or Coach Messingham think about him? Have they ever had him come in to practice to work with players? Or brought him into the locker room to give inspiration?

    Seems like the more they have already used him, the more likely we can get him as a coach. However, he probably will need to go somewhere else first and prove himself.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycsk View Post
    Anybody know what Coach Rhoads or Coach Messingham think about him? Have they ever had him come in to practice to work with players? Or brought him into the locker room to give inspiration?

    Seems like the more they have already used him, the more likely we can get him as a coach. However, he probably will need to go somewhere else first and prove himself.
    I would think that position coaches require much less experience than head coaches or assistant coaches. Just the time on the sidelines and film room should prepare him on how to teach the position.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by dtlantz View Post
    Yeah, those comments were pretty nice. One of my favorites from there:

    dgreenfi says: Jul 15, 2013 10:14 AM One of the top Herb named QB’s of all time over Kirk Herbstreit and Richard Basil.



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycsk View Post
    Anybody know what Coach Rhoads or Coach Messingham think about him? Have they ever had him come in to practice to work with players? Or brought him into the locker room to give inspiration?

    Seems like the more they have already used him, the more likely we can get him as a coach. However, he probably will need to go somewhere else first and prove himself.
    I know that one weekend last fall, Sage hung around with Jamie a lot, and spent some time in the broadcast booth. That help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonehomer View Post
    I would think that position coaches require much less experience than head coaches or assistant coaches. Just the time on the sidelines and film room should prepare him on how to teach the position.
    Remember that CPR passed on Ellis Hobbs as a position coach, apparently because if his lack of coaching experience, and hired Troy Douglas instead.




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    Re: Sage Retiring

    I can see him being an doing play by play
    with john walters on cyclonetv



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    Quote Originally Posted by Clonehomer View Post
    I would think that position coaches require much less experience than head coaches or assistant coaches. Just the time on the sidelines and film room should prepare him on how to teach the position.
    ****.brian ferentz...



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    Re: Sage Retiring

    Quote Originally Posted by Aclone View Post
    I know that one weekend last fall, Sage hung around with Jamie a lot, and spent some time in the broadcast booth. That help?


    Remember that CPR passed on Ellis Hobbs as a position coach, apparently because if his lack of coaching experience, and hired Troy Douglas instead.
    Problem with hiring nfl vets as position coaches is that those jobs require a lot of travel recruiting and most guys with long nfl careers and money in the bank just don't want to do it. I have no doubt that Sage could coach our qbs better than they're getting coached now. We haven't had a good QB coach since tony Peterson.



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