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    McFarland lands a job...

    He's the new TE coach for the Florida Tuskers.



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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    The who?





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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Quote Originally Posted by isuaggie View Post
    The who?



    that who?


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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Quote Originally Posted by isuaggie View Post
    The who?
    UFL team.

    Congrats McFarland - thanks for sticking it out when you had no reason to.


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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    The what?


    Hit it hard, every yard

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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Why didn't Chizik take him with him?



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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    He really got Chizzed.



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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Main article: 2009 Florida Tuskers season
    See also: 2009 UFL season
    Former NFL head coach of the New Orleans Saints and St. Louis Rams Jim Haslett, was named the first head coach of the team, on March 11, 2009.[1]
    Tryouts for the four teams that would play in the 2009 season took place in Orlando and Las Vegas during the summer, with the draft taking place on June 19. With their first selection, the Tuskers picked Fred Bledsoe, who had gone undrafted in the 2008 NFL Draft before signing with the Green Bay Packers as a practice squad member.
    The team's name, along with its colors and uniforms, were unveiled to the public in August, two months before the start of the season.[2] On the same day it was announced that the Tampa Bay Rays had bought interest in the team.[3]
    In their inaugural season, the Tuskers were led by quarterback Brooks Bollinger, and wide receiver Taye Biddle. Bollinger was the league leader in passing yards, while Biddle led in receiving yards. On the defensive side of the ball, Odell Thurman led the team in tackles, Patrick Chukwurah was the league leader in sacks, and Jerome Carter led the league in interceptions.


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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    congrats to coach mcfarland,he was one of the few decent coaches that chiz had.


    Last edited by rworkman83; 05-26-2010 at 07:33 PM. Reason: language
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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Quote Originally Posted by woodie View Post
    congrats to coach mcfarland,he was one of the few decent coaches that chiz had.
    I totally agree, I think he did a pretty good job as OC and OL coach as well. I think getting demoted by Chiz has really hurt his career, I don't get how he didn't land a better job. Maybe this is where he wants to live and he wants this one over another college gig.


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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    So are we off the hook now for paying him?



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    Re: McFarland lands a job...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobber View Post
    So are we off the hook now for paying him?
    Depends how much he is making at the new job. I think he signed a two year contract, but I'm not sure if that ended this year or will next year. However, if we still have to pay him, we would only have to pay the difference between the two jobs.



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