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    Coaching Grades

    This is an interesting page grading all of the coaches in D1 on their performances in 2007. Can't argue too much with Chizik's C-, since we were only 3-9. I especially love Ferentz's D- though, along with the comment, "Is anyone coaching this Iowa football team?". Pretty hilarious.


    Coaches Final Grades 2007



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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Do you read CNNSI.com?



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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Sweet link... that was fun. Thought Chizik and Hawkins could've gotten better grades because of what was expected this year, and what they had to work with, but pretty on.


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    Wow, a B- for USC? 11-2. I guess it would take a perfect season for him to get an A. Very high expectations in Southern Cal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCy View Post
    Do you read CNNSI.com?
    Yep, that's where I found it.



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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Well I heard my couch coaching grade was once again an A+. That now makes it 24 years in a row of getting a top notch grade for me.


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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Quote Originally Posted by throwittoblythe View Post
    Wow, a B- for USC? 11-2. I guess it would take a perfect season for him to get an A. Very high expectations in Southern Cal.
    When you have the kind of talent they have at USC, with almost everyone on the 2 deep being 4-5 stars, it's hard to lose to Stanford even if you're trying.



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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Did you guys see where Brewster landed? Ouch...



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    To me, Chizik getting a C- with that team was like me getting a C- in Stats 326 @ ISU.....I was pleased to have it over with and looked forward to my other classes.


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    Re: Coaching Grades

    I am really suprised at how high Phillip Fulmer was rated, a b+, considering that for most of the season, he was considered to be on the hot seat. It just shows what a few wins can do for fan morale, as many said he did a great job considering everything. It just goes to show how fast the perception of a coach can change. Remember when Charlie Weiss was a coaching genius?



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    Re: Coaching Grades

    Quote Originally Posted by timc243 View Post
    Did you guys see where Brewster landed? Ouch...
    Yeah, it is great to see Old Blowhard dead last on the list. I hope that the Gophers stay near the bottom.

    I would love to see them beat Iowa.


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    Re: Coaching Grades

    The way I look at it, if you're going to go 3-9 you might as well beat Iowa, Kansas State and Colorado and lose to Kent State, UNI and Toledo. Says to me you can win rivalry and conference games and improve the team. In my opinion, we should have beat Kent State and Toledo, though.



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