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    Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/sports/colleges/16237787.htm


    http://www.mackbrown-texasfootball.c...ange_well_id=2


    Not gonna lie, I don't know anything about this guy beyond what's written here.



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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    So he may need to finish his PE graduate degree in Ames. And he will be linebackers coach at Ames?

    So, here we go:

    Gen(e) Chizik HC ex-assist HC Texas/Florida alum

    1. Wayne Bolt DC / ex-UAB/East Carolina alum

    2. Mike Pelton DL /ex-Troy and co-DC/Auburn alum

    3. Jeff Koontz Linebacker/Special Teams? ex-Texas grad /Auburn alum

    4. Shawn Raney secondary ex-UAB/Nortwestern Oklahoma State alum

    5. Bob McFarland (make mine a double Mac)OC/ex-SFA/HC McNeese St

    6. Todd Fitch qb/carryover ex-Dan McC qb/ Ohio Weslelyn alum

    7. Jay Rodgers wide receivers/ ex-SFA/ Missouri State/Indiana alum

    8. Barry Farrar Football Ops/ex-Mississippi external affairs/Delta State

    STILL POSTED CYCLONES.COM:
    Matt McGettigan - let go
    Chris Ruff assistant strength coach
    Bo Beck grad assistant defense Colorado State
    Erik Link Grad offensive grad assistant Drake
    Jay Rodgers wide receivers SFA
    http://www.cyclones.com/SportSelect....53&SPSID=48392


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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    from new york and he went to school at auburn...sounds like a good guy to me



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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    If you go to coaching staffs at cyclones.com, the McC staff was erased for previous season all the way back. They must have had links to 2006 season. I guess when you are let go, all mention disappears even in 2002 season.
    http://www.cyclones.com/SportSelect....&Q_SEASON=2002


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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    Looks like three more positions to fill (maybe special teams, tight ends, offensive line, running back) plus clarify the offensive and defensive grad assistants. Do grad assistants change much when coaching staffs change?

    I am going to open the coach controversary - looks like our OC has not filled the holes as fast as the DC with help of HC. Could some other ex ISU coach be picked up? Fitch was an interesting addition. Or is the focus on defense first, and offense second? The oline coach is one we sorely need.

    Nebraska has been interviewing people for dline coach to replace Blake: Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, and one other state. They are interviewing for someone from same area as our coaches. Interesting.


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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    we already have an o-line coach, McFarland will be coaching the offensive line and Bolt will prolly be coaching some kind of linebackers! Koonz will prolly be linebackers or safeties, so that just leaves 1 or 2 openings, I would say!


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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    Nebraska just hired Buddy Wyatt, the DL coach off the Alabama staff. He will start immediately. This will help offset the loss of John Blake. Wyatt has coached the DL at Alabama, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, and Colorado. Supposed to be another top notch recruiter with ties to Texas, Florida, and the SEC.

    I still think there may be a couple more changes with the Nebraska staff.



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    Re: Jeff Koonz, 7th verified ISU assistant

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Looks like three more positions to fill (maybe special teams, tight ends, offensive line, running back) plus clarify the offensive and defensive grad assistants. Do grad assistants change much when coaching staffs change?

    I am going to open the coach controversary - looks like our OC has not filled the holes as fast as the DC with help of HC. Could some other ex ISU coach be picked up? Fitch was an interesting addition. Or is the focus on defense first, and offense second? The oline coach is one we sorely need.

    Nebraska has been interviewing people for dline coach to replace Blake: Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, and one other state. They are interviewing for someone from same area as our coaches. Interesting.
    Per Cyclones.com

    “Robert McFarland has had tremendous success as an offensive coordinator and I think he is the best offensive line coach in the country,” Chizik said.

    My guess is that we already have our offensive line coach.

    As far as the other position coaches, it is possible some may be obligated to their current teams until after the bowl games.





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