In memoriam of Brian Ferentz as Iowa's OC

JD4560

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Saw that Iowa did what most people thought they'd do. Looks like it will stay the same old sh**
 

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CTTB78

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what happens in three years when they want to use the OC as a scapegoat again?

He's rolling the dice on a head coaching job at Iowa or any P5 school for that matter when the tavern hoks start yelling for his head.
 

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I don't really care what Iowa does, but don't most organizations have some kind of nepotism policy?
 

isufbcurt

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I don't really care what Iowa does, but don't most organizations have some kind of nepotism policy?

Coaches hire relatives all the time. Off the top of my head I can name:

Iowa
Kansas State
Oklahoma
Louisville
ISU - used to with Magino/Magino and Burnham/Burnham
 

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Brian: "Hey dad, I want to install a more up tempo passing offense"
Kirk: "No"
Brian: "Ok, whatever you say dad."
 
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If there was somebody that can make his Dad change it would be his son I'm guessing. Probably not as bad as most on here think.
 
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