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    Tim Brewster

    I'm hearing this guys name thrown around.
    he is the Broncos Tight end coach.
    coached under mack brown at texas and unc
    helped recruit Vince Young and developed Antonio Gates when he coached in SD
    i hope this is the guy, he has a pretty good resume


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    Re: Tim Brewster

    No, a great resume and everything spoken about him is stellar.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    He is my #1 hopeful for the new coaching spot, with Chizik in 2nd place followed by Jim Harbaugh in 3rd.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    anyone know what kind of timeline we are dealing with? Sorry if this has been covered.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    What am I missing with Brewster? It seems he's spent his entire career as a tight end coach. From what I can tell he's never had any experience as an offensive nor defensive coordinator, let alone as a head coach. What makes him such a hot commodity?


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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneFan65 View Post
    What am I missing with Brewster? It seems he's spent his entire career as a tight end coach. From what I can tell he's never had any experience as an offensive nor defensive coordinator, let alone as a head coach. What makes him such a hot commodity?
    He's a recruiting God.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    The Texas Rivals moderater said Brewster is the best recruiter he's ever seen....period. He was the reason Texas got Vince Young.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    So, if you can recruit the best kids in the country, but you can't coach them, what does it matter. It looks like Harbaugh can coach & recruit! Sounds good to me.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Rumor is JP was spotted on a flight to Denver today...take it for what its worth



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by retzmountn View Post
    So, if you can recruit the best kids in the country, but you can't coach them, what does it matter. It looks like Harbaugh can coach & recruit! Sounds good to me.
    hmmm, i seem to remember another coach who could 'recruit with the best', but could never coach them properly...........
    does the name Morgan ring any bells??



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Head coaches are managers of the team. In this day in age, you need coordinators to handle all of the in game action, and the coach just needs to make the difficult decisions. If the guy can bring in talent from the south and recruit like this, supposedly, then he should be 1 of the top candidates for us. I could get behind Brewster.


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    Re: Tim Brewster

    He can recruit and he can coach. They don't hire recruiters in the NFL. Plus I really like him working under Shanahan, he is a great offensive mind. He is my pick but what do I know Ive never talked to any of these guys. Im sure JP will make the right choice.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Hey everybody, not trying to expand on a rumor and I've never seen him in person, but I flew into Denver today for the ISU game this weekend and I swear I saw Jamie Pollard. Like I said I've never seen him before in person so it may not have been him.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    Quote Originally Posted by HGPuck View Post
    They don't hire recruiters in the NFL.
    That's an excellent point to keep in mind. He clearly can coach.



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    Re: Tim Brewster

    I agree that Mike Shanahan would be a good sounding board and that the guy's coordinators are probably just as important as he is to overall success of the program. Frankly, any of these guys are great. Compared to the last ISU football coaching search, the level of candidates that we are considering is remarkably higher. I would take any of these guys.

    I do think it is important to keep in mind that we are never going to recruit heads up vs the Texas and Oklahomas of the world unless we have a gimmick, like Harbaugh or a well known NFL coordinator, so if we do not go for either of those it would be nice to have a coach smart enough to do "trickeration" and or non-traditional schemes to try and make it difficult for other teams to prepare for us.

    Do keep in mind with Brewster that he was recruiting for TX not ISU, so even if he is a great recruiter, things could be tougher going than expected.



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