Mouser the new OC

Jer

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Could have resulted in a "bigger" hire. MUCH bigger.
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I will never forget how horrible that picture looks - and once you see that his crotch looks like he peed himself, you can't unsee it.
 

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madguy30

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Just throwing a dart out there:
Feels like with Mouser+Roehl+Waters, we'll do a lot of power runs.

Hopefully simple but well done concepts that compliment one another. Iirc the OL did that last year and there was some progress.

Now I'll go back to trying to not to give much input to football until the annual OL hype train starts up in August. Believe!!!
 

isucy86

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The one thing I didn't see in the announcement links, is Mouser still going to be position coach for TE's in addition to his OC duties or is Pauley or another coach picking up that position group?
 
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MugNight

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This is kind of a false narrative:

Broomfield
Pauley
Poteat
Scheelhaase
Clanton
Langs
Roehl

Especially recently, hires have been from outside the family or elevated from within. Kratch is really the only exception.
I really think the Manning situation over represents CMC’s aversion to change.
 

jsb

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This is kind of a false narrative:

Broomfield
Pauley
Poteat
Scheelhaase
Clanton
Langs
Roehl

Especially recently, hires have been from outside the family or elevated from within. Kratch is really the only exception.

Not to mention that if he had always hired brand new people, we’d ***** that there was no staff chemistry.
 

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