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    Mizzou's new DC named

    People think we have trouble finding coaches. MU names linebacker coach the new DC " a couple of hours before spring practice". Now that screams last resort to me.
    Link: Dave Steckel promoted to Missouri Tigers' defensive coordinator post - ESPN


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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Yeah it's a little bit interesting the fact that teams are having trouble with the DC position.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Considering the conditions, I think Paul Rhoads gets a perfect 10 on his hiring of his coordinators. I can't think of another situation that would have worked out better.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Quote Originally Posted by hurdleisu24 View Post
    Yeah it's a little bit interesting the fact that teams are having trouble with the DC position.
    I guess no one wants to take that job in the Big 12 right now.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Quote Originally Posted by cardinal&gold View Post
    I guess no one wants to take that job in the Big 12 right now.
    What about Wally?


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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneG View Post
    What about Wally?
    He might not have come over if we hadn't agreed to hire his son. I believe he has been quoted as saying he looked forward to the chance to coach with his son.
    Also, with the struggles USF had hiring a replacement, he may not have had the best work environment there.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    I'm getting the feel that there was something going on at USF. I guess they have lost alot of coaches over the past few years. I'm sympathetic.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    "Pinkel also hired former Missouri player Barry Odom to an assistant coaching position in charge of the Tigers' safeties."

    When is the last time ISU hired a former player to be a coach? I'm pretty old and I can't think of any.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    They maybe see the writing on the wall. It's bound to be a down year for them with what they're loosing.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Quote Originally Posted by StLouisClone View Post
    When is the last time ISU hired a former player to be a coach? I'm pretty old and I can't think of any.
    How many former cyclones are coaching? Besides Atif Austin, I can't of any. That might have more to do with why we haven't hired any. We do currently have Barkema on staff a GA however.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Quote Originally Posted by bootcy View Post
    How many former cyclones are coaching? Besides Atif Austin, I can't of any. That might have more to do with why we haven't hired any. We do currently have Barkema on staff a GA however.
    Bob Montgomery is an assistant for Terry Allen.



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    Re: Mizzou's new DC named

    Actually, the more I read about the new DC for mizzo, I think it's not that bad of a hire. Their defense couldn't be that much worse from last year anyway.



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