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2 minutes ago, HateYouAndMyself said:

Yeah that "currently has a really good job" line makes me think it is NOT Tim Deyruter. Maybe I need to change my guess. Obviously it is subjective and maybe TFB just has a very positive outlook on the world but I consider Cal a third tier program in a conference that hasn't sniffed consistent relevance in a decade. I wouldn't call that a really good gig. Compared to like fucking UNT sure but in a general sense? Nah. Even if you disagree about Cal's stature, Deruyter is currently in a somewhat awkward position as his HC Wilcox seems to be increasingly favoring Sirmon as his right hand guy instead. 

 

 

I asked on one of the Cal paywall sites and they haven’t heard any whispers about DeRuyter doing anything but coming back to Cal.  They’re going to poke a few people to see if there is anything there but if it’s him, it’s been super quiet 

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Just got a text from my friend in the Bama program that Flood and Wiggins are going with Sark. It's done.

nope, reposding to other posters. You want an asshole? I'll show you an asshole I'm gonna lose to OU THIS many times   Texas fucking sucks now, and you ALLLLLLL know it. Good

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The one thing I'm really hoping for is that Sark is willing to make the decisions that Herman wasn't. Herman was advised to dump the dead weight coaches after the Georgia win and he refused. Crossing my fingers that Sark will be able to recognize an underperformer and eliminate them if they do end up on his staff.

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1 hour ago, honolulu horn said:

The guitarist for the Dwarves is called He Who Cannot be Named. Putting him in the mix at this point because it makes as much sense as anything else in this thread. Also, don't google HWCBN unless you want to see him in all his natural glory. 

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Oh my. This is disturbing.  And why does it look like the dude in the baseball cap is getting pegged by the dude behind him, who’s got that “Nothing to see here, move along” look about him???

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Just now, maninblack said:

The one thing I'm really hoping for is that Sark is willing to make the decisions that Herman wasn't. Herman was advised to dump the dead weight coaches after the Georgia win and he refused. Crossing my fingers that Sark will be able to recognize an underperformer and eliminate them if they do end up on his staff.

Yep. Even Saban and Dabo made suboptimal hires on their first go-round. They just didn't wait until the ship nearly sunk to make changes.

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1 hour ago, Machinator said:

DC update from TFB:

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***I’ll tell you up front. I still can’t give out the name of the new DC target. But as I said in the comments section in the previous post, he’s a great candidate and he’s more seasoned than someone like Golding.

***As of this past weekend, folks in his camp felt like they were close to a deal and then things went a bit quiet on Sunday.

***As I said, yesterday, that could’ve been due to a number of reasons. Could have been due to nothing other than Sark wanted to take a breather before anything proceeded.

***I am told that talks have resumed between Texas and this other DC target.

***That tells me that either Golding was never really offered or Golding declined. I tend to think it was the former. Why? Because we are a week past the national championship. Sark knows everything he needs to know about Golding. Why would he begin discussions with another candidate only to turn around an suddenly offer the guy he’s already known and worked with?

***My suspicion remains that the Golding reports about Texas trying to pay top dollar for him was someone trying to see if they could push things with LSU. Well, LSU hired a DC today and it wasn’t Pete Golding.

***If I had to guess, Sark knew the results of the Pruitt thing were coming and he held things up to see what would come of those. Pruitt was fired today with cause which may mean he will carry a “show cause”. That doesn’t mean he can’t be hired but what it actually means will take time to know and would require Texas to navigate.

***As I said yesterday, I was told that Pruitt told one his transfers to hold off on a decision and said he could get him a spot with Sark at Texas. That’s straight from the mouth of a family member of the player.

***Also, I’ve heard from folks on Arnett’s side who say that they believe Sark really likes Arnett but that the big money folks would prefer a bigger name like a Pruitt or Golding. This other DC I’ve been referring to may be a nice a balance between them all, actually. Don’t know if the name is big enough for the big money people but his resume is hard to argue with and his name in coaching circles in bigger than Arnett’s.

***So, what happens now? I don’t know for sure but if talks have resumed between Sark and the DC who I’m choosing not to name, then I’d guess there’s at least a decent chance he ends up landing the job. It also says that nothing has necessarily been decided.

***I’ll give things another day or two before we begin to close the book on Golding. I’m almost expecting to press publish on this article and find a report on twitter that Golding is headed to Texas haha!

***It may take a little longer to know whether the book is open or closed on Pruitt.

 

This guys is seasoned

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Just now, maninblack said:

The one thing I'm really hoping for is that Sark is willing to make the decisions that Herman wasn't. Herman was advised to dump the dead weight coaches after the Georgia win and he refused. Crossing my fingers that Sark will be able to recognize an underperformer and eliminate them if they do end up on his staff.

I agree. I hope he fires Coleman and Drayton tomorrow just to make a point. 

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1 minute ago, Reese Bennett said:

Has Pete Kwiatkowski of Washington been discussed? He came over from Boise State.

I just was thinking him. Or even Brent Pry at pedo. But I doubt Pry leaves cause of the family relationship with Franklin 

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8 minutes ago, Hiphopopotamos said:

Kwiatkowski would fit. ‘Seasoned’, employed, good job and none of the 9.95’ers have mentioned him. 

Seems like he’s been pretty consistently elite vs pac 12 at least. Best defense in the league every year but one with him as DC. 

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17 minutes ago, Enchubben said:

Seems like he’s been pretty consistently elite vs pac 12 at least. Best defense in the league every year but one with him as DC. 

His CB coach is Will Harris. Preexisting relationship from SC. Not sure if he was responsible for Byron Murphy or not but was there when he was drafted.

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Pete Kwiatkowski on recruiting in Texas. Seems like much of his pitch could easily be transferred here plus he'd be another guy with knowledge and relationships in California.

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ON RECRUITING TEXAS AND THE PIPELINE ALREADY BEING THERE FROM THEIR TIME AT BSU
"We recruited Texas, mainly the Houston and Dallas areas, when we were (at Boise State). We're going to stay in Dallas and the same areas. (Keith Bhonapha) got a running back from the Waco area and I know we're recruiting guys in other areas that aren't in those footprints, but it always comes back to your relationship with the (prep) coaches and then building those relationships with the players. We understand there's a lot of schools those guys have got to fly over (to get to Washington), so them having a relationship with us as coaches and us getting them the information about the type of education Washington can give those guys, the built in advantages that athletes, especially football players, have in getting a degree from Washington in regards to the business community and the Seattle area or across the country with all these big companies that are in Seattle. That's a big talking point with us in getting these guys interested in Washington. As everybody knows, Texas has got really good football, all of their coaches are on campus. If you coach in Texas, you have to be a certified teacher, so that's a big-time built-in advantage for those guys because every day they have eyes on their kids and they know what's going on with their kids and they can keep them on point and grounded and pointed in the right direction. Those relationships we build with those coaches are really important in the recruiting process with those guys."

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2 hours ago, UncleSonny said:

 

Cross posting from the Pruitt thread, anybody hiring him is going to be dealing with pending litigation in addition to whatever he has going on with the NCAA.

 

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Here's another random name. Was LB coach when Sark was with Atlanta, finished this season as the DC. Was on Pete Carroll's staff in Seattle, spent 3 years at UCLA as their LBer coach.

Jeff Ulbrich.

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