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    Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Was listening to NFL network on Sat radio on the way to work this AM. They had former Cowboy Jim Jeffcoat on for an interview. He was coaching with the Cowboys, but wasn't retained when The Tuna took over. He is chomping at the bit to get back to coaching. The bonus to this you ask? His son is currently a frosh in Plano. 6'4" and 240 already. Runs a 4.8 40 and a 10.9 100. He started on the varsity as a frosh -- that's TX 5A ball folks. Kid is going to be a stud.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    I hope we don't go the Huggy route and hire people to get a few recruits. If this Jeffcoat dude is qualified, then great. But it shouldn't be to get to his son.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Lastuvka View Post
    I hope we don't go the Huggy route and hire people to get a few recruits. If this Jeffcoat dude is qualified, then great. But it shouldn't be to get to his son.
    I'm not suggesting we pull a Larry Brown and hire Ed "The Truck Driver" Manning. Jeffcoat was a ProBowl D-Lineman and has coached at the NFL level. More ties to the state of Texas and a name that everyone in Texas knows.

    Just throwing out names for fun.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Here is an interesting fact..."Jeffcoat has played for or coached with all six head coaches in Cowboys history."

    http://www.dallascowboys.com/team_co...m_jeffcoat.cfm



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Quote Originally Posted by dinger7203 View Post
    Here is an interesting fact..."Jeffcoat has played for or coached with all six head coaches in Cowboys history."

    http://www.dallascowboys.com/team_co...m_jeffcoat.cfm
    He isn't with them anymore. Jeffcoat's coaching position was eliminated last year when the Cowboys switched to the 3-4. Jeffcoat has experience and would be a good person to look at as his character was also above reproach both with the Cowboys and the Bills.

    In looking at Dallas, its current D-line coach, Kacy Rodgers, would also be an excellent person to look at as a possible D-Coordinator. He has both college and pro experience.

    I wonder what ties Chiz may have to Dallas as his bio talks about how much time he spent at Tampa Bay practices when he was at UCF and more importantly, the fact that it was Troy Aikman's private jet that was used to transport him to Des Moines for his introduction on Monday.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    i would take todd dodge from southlake carroll in a heart beat. he has an outstanding son that is a qb and nate newton's boy is also a junior at southlake carroll. dodge runs the spread offense better than mike leach at texas tech. dodge would be one helluva offensive coordinator and one of the best recruiters you could find in texas. his team has lost 1 game in
    about 60 wins.also i would vemture to say his coaching techniques would rival or be better than a lot of college teams. the spread offense is the offense that alot of college teams have gone to.i would also look at larry smith headcoach at smithson valley near san antonio.smith is a defensive genius on the defensive side of the ball he would make a good coach for defensive linemen,lbs ,or dbs.southlake caroll and smithson valley are always the teams that progress to the 5a semifinals or to the championship playoffs in the texas 5a division.


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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    woodie are you from TX? how do you know of these coaches?



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Quote Originally Posted by woodie View Post
    i would take todd dodge from southlake carroll in a heart beat. he has an outstanding son that is a qb and nate newton's boy is also a junior at southlake carroll. dodge runs the spread offense better than mike leach at texas tech. dodge would be one helluva offensive coordinator and one of the best recruiters you could find in texas. his team has lost 1 game in
    about 60 wins.also i would vemture to say his coaching techniques would rival or be better than a lot of college teams. the spread offense is the offense that alot of college teams have gone to.i would also look at larry smith headcoach at smithson valley near san antonio.smith is a defensive genius on the defensive side of the ball he would make a good coach for defensive linemen,lbs ,or dbs.southlake caroll and smithson valley are always the teams that progress to the 5a semifinals or to the championship playoffs in the texas 5a division.
    While I don't doubt Dodge's abilities to coach, I would hope Chizik would pursue assistants with college coaching experience. Hiring high school coaches to be your coordinators would be a HUGE gamble...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nedrick View Post
    While I don't doubt Dodge's abilities to coach, I would hope Chizik would pursue assistants with college coaching experience. Hiring high school coaches to be your coordinators would be a HUGE gamble...
    Houston Nutt at Arkansas hired a high school guy as his OC this season and it's worked out great for them! I don't care who Chizik hires so long as they're good coaches and good people!


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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Cowboys fan here and I always loved Jeffcoat - the player and the coach.

    IMO, he'd be a good catch for his experience and abilities.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    John Blake may be looking.


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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Keep in mind the youth which are very successful coaches inthe ranks at USC. Creative, energetic and willing to take risks. ISU has had their full of conservative.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Quote Originally Posted by cyputz View Post
    Keep in mind the youth which are very successful coaches inthe ranks at USC. Creative, energetic and willing to take risks. ISU has had their full of conservative.
    Very well said. I feel the same way.



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    Quote Originally Posted by iccyfan View Post
    Houston Nutt at Arkansas hired a high school guy as his OC this season and it's worked out great for them! I don't care who Chizik hires so long as they're good coaches and good people!
    I did see that on another post. Like Chizik said, he wants to make sure the assts. he hires will be good long-term. I doubt he's not going to jeopardize his own job by gambling on high school coaches. But I agree with what you said about hiring good coaches/people... Like we did with JP, we need to trust that Chizik (who has a lot more experience coaching that any of us) will make sound hiring decisions.



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    Re: Here's someone for The Chiz to contact

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    John Blake may be looking.
    I heard Blake is a finalist for the NC St job and has applied to other HC openings.



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