Duke HC

Discussion in 'Football' started by GWad, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. GWad

    GWad Member

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    Maybe we can hire the Duke HC?
     
  2. Clonedogg

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    I was just thinking that, but would he come here?
     
  3. gogagig

    gogagig Well-Known Member

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    Coach K? Sure, he can be our OC.
     
  4. scyclonekid

    scyclonekid Well-Known Member

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    Might as well.
     
  5. awd4cy

    awd4cy Well-Known Member

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    Coaches usually leave a program for a better program.
     
  6. scyclonekid

    scyclonekid Well-Known Member

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    For oc job.
     
  7. RunDMCyclone

    RunDMCyclone Member

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    If he keeps it up, he'll be at an SEC program or better ACC program again in a few years.
     
  8. mikedp

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    Hey guys, I was at the VA Tech game, Duke got beat on every part of the game but the score, put the horses back in the stable.

    Before you call me a Cyclone trader, I was out visiting borother in Blacksburg and go to a Tech game each fall and will say great venue at Lane Stadium.
     
  9. Malone

    Malone Active Member

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    I'm sure he'd go along with it, considering how full the cupboard is. Oh, and out of the kindness of his heart I bet he'd front CPR's buyout money too.
     
  10. gogagig

    gogagig Well-Known Member

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    You trading clones now?
     
  11. mikedp

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    Look at the box score and lack of offense from Duke today vs. a average Tech Defense that had 4 starters out of the game. Again wrong choice imo
     
  12. gogagig

    gogagig Well-Known Member

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    I'd rather have Nick Saban
     
  13. nj829

    nj829 Well-Known Member

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    Cutcliffe tore it up at Ole Miss didn't he....
     
  14. mikedp

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    I'm giving them one more year, I expected a 4-8 season this year, won't be trading clones, as I'm "All IN" yet
     
  15. colbycheese

    colbycheese Well-Known Member

    Cutcliffe already has had SEC jobs in the past. From his interviews with the local tv and radio personalities, I think he's very happy where he is. Plus he's in his mid 60's if I remember right. I don't see him leaving Duke for an OC job, or a head coach job anytime soon.

    If we wanted to attract top QB recruits, he'd be a home run for an OC, though. He was the QB coach for the Manning brothers, as well as a few other NFL-caliber QB's. That's always been his MO. Also, Peyton Manning trains with him at Duke's training facilities in the off seasons.

    David Cutcliffe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  16. CycloneErik

    CycloneErik Well-Known Member

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    The slave trade has been illegal for quite some time. Are you trading in humans or in windstorms?
     

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