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  1. Max just struggles shooting off the dribble... ugh
  2. Contract and salary details for two of Michigan's new coordinators and offensive line coach New head coach Sherrone Moore reportedly has his first million-dollar coordinator. DOUG SAMUELS 9 HOURS AGO Jim Harbaugh's staff at Michigan recently had at least three assistants earning at least $1 million in Sherrone Moore ($1.2 million), Jesse Minter ($1.2 million) and head strength coach / associate head coach Ben Herbert ($1 million). Now Sherrone Moore reportedly has his first $1 million assistant. Quarterbacks coach Kirk Campbell's promotion to the offensive coordinator role marks Moore's first million-dollar assistant during his young tenure leading the Michigan program according to salary and contract figures shared MLive. Campbell, who has risen quickly from his initial role as an analyst on staff back in 2022, has a three-year deal worth $3.05 million total. After making $350k last season as the Wolverines quarterbacks coach, Campbell will now average about $1 million per year. He's set to make $950k this fall, $1 million in 2025 and $1.1 million in 2026. The deal aims to keep Campbell in Ann Arbor through January of 2027. If he were to leave during his first season, his buyout calls for $950k, $500k for leaving during year two and $275k if he left during the third year of the deal. However, if Campbell left for a Division I head coaching job or for an NFL job in years two or three he would no owe any buyout, and also would not owe an buyout if he left following the final game of the 2026 season, the report adds. Interestingly, his contract also includes a clause that says he would not owe a buyout out if Sherrone Moore were to reassign the primary play calling duties. MLive adds that Grant Newsome, who was promoted from tight ends coach to offensive line coach, will make $600k as part of a two year deal that runs through January 2026. Also, special teams analyst turned special teams coordinator JB Brown also has a two year deal that will pay him $350k per year. Details have yet to be shared on the more recent hires on the defensive side of the ball in Wink Martindale, Brian Jean-Mary and LaMar Morgan.
  3. Reported that Aranda just lost 2 assistants to bama: 1) Alabama expected to hire former Baylor assistant coach Chris Kapilovic as new offensive line coach. Kapilovic was previously hired as Baylor’s offensive line coach on Dec. 12 after spending four seasons at Michigan State. 2) Alabama expected to hire Christian Robinson as OLBs coach after William Inge takes Tennessee job
  4. DeBoer loses another Washington/Bama coach... Monday evening, On3's Austin Price reported that Alabama's new linebackers coach William Inge will be headed to SEC rival Tennessee to take the place of former Volunteers linebackers coach Brian Jean Mary. "BREAKING: Tennessee has replaced Brian Jean Mary with former Washington Co-Defensive Coordinator William Inge," Price writes. Since former Washington head football coach Kalen DeBoer has arrived in Tuscaloosa, Ala., he's brought along many other Huskies staff members to help him with the Crimson Tide. Like many of the new Tide assistants, on Feb. 5, DeBoer also brought Inge along from Washington, as he was the Huskies' defensive assistant. Inge was hired by Washington as the co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach on Dec. 18, 2021. He reunited with Husky head coach Kalen DeBoer, having served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Fresno State the previous two years. Inge helped pull the strings to one of the most exciting teams to watch on both sides of the field this past season and the Huskies' run to the College Football National Championship is indicative of that. One other notable form of assistant coaching news that occurred on Monday was that Kane Wommack signed his deal to officially become Alabama's next defensive coordinator. In addition, Wommack is also designated as the inside linebackers coach, but Alabama will continue to look for a pure linebackers coach. As the Tide now must reopen its search party to replace Inge, assuming pen goes to paper, Alabama will see him opposite its sideline on Oct. 19 in Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tenn. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/other/the-alabama-crimson-tide-s-chaotic-offseason-assistant-coaches-search-was-all-but-finalized-earlier-on-monday-but-now-another-spot-needs-to-be-filled/ar-BB1ixL2f
  5. Alabama completes staff with addition of Group of Five coordinator DOUG SAMUELS 8 HOURS AGO After reports shared the addition of Chris Kapilovic as offensive line coach earlier this morning, Kalen DeBoer and the Tide are set to complete their staff with the addition of a Group of Five coordinator. Multiple reports today share that the Tide are set to hire Georgia Southern offensive coordinator Bryan Ellis as their tight ends coach. The Eagles ranked among the top 30 nationally in completion percentage and passing offense while the receivers set a number of school records this past season. In 2022, Ellis helped to lead an aerial attack that broke about every speakable passing record for the Georgia Southern program. Ellis took over as offensive coordinator in Statesboro in 2022 after previously setting a number of records at Western Kentucky in three seasons there with the co-coordinator and offensive coordinator title while working with the quarterbacks and then inside receivers. At WKU, the offense ranked second in scoring at over 44 points per game in 2021, and also ranked second nationally in total offense and first in passing yards per game. Prior to his time with WKU, Ellis worked with the USC quarterbacks in 2018 after a season as an offensive assistant for the program. He steps into the tight ends role vacated by Nick Sheridan, who moved to offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach following the departure of Ryan Grubb, who left for the Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator opportunity. The Tide's second reported hire of the day completes Kalen DeBoer's inaugural staff in Tuscaloosa. Take a look at the full staff via Alabama Staff Tracker
  6. Kalen DeBoer fills Alabama offensive line vacancy with FBS veteran Instead of joining the Baylor staff, Chris Kaplovic will now partake in the new era of Alabama football. ZACH BARNETT 34 MINUTES AGO Technically speaking, Alabama head coach Kalen DeBoer has not made an outside hire yet. More than a month into the job, DeBoer has only formally announced the retention and promotion of Freddie Roach (associate head coach/defensive line coach) and Robert Gillespie (assistant head coach/running backs coach). In reality, DeBoer has filled out his first staff, and now made his first replacement hire. Baylor offensive line coach Chris Kaplovic will serve as the Crimson Tide's offensive line coach, according to a report from ESPN on Monday. Kaplovic replaces Scott Huff, who joined DeBoer from Washington and then joined offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb in returning to Seattle to take equivalent roles with the Seahawks. Tight ends coach Nick Sheridan is expected to serve as offensive coordinator, which leaves DeBoer needing to fill one additional spot on his offensive staff. Kaplovic was set to join Dave Aranda's Baylor staff this fall after spending the past four seasons as the assistant head coach, run game coordinator and offensive line coach at Michigan State. He has coached offensive lines for multiple universities across nearly a quarter century: Alabama State, Missouri State, Southern Miss, North Carolina and Colorado.
  7. For entertainment... 😋 Two Handed Set Shot: How Basketball Was Played in the 50s
  8. Not a jumper... That's a set shot
  9. 8 seed seems generous https://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/page/bracketology/ncaa-bracketology-2024-march-madness-men-field-predictions
  10. Zander & Cantlay in last group just fuckin' sucked down the stretch... both end up -13
  11. Some really shitty golf down the stretch except for Matsuyama. He shoots a 62 and is -17 -- he probably will win by at least 2 strokes. He started 6 strokes back today...
  12. Matsuyama thru 17 is -9 on today's round. -17 and now 3 strokes clear of the field
  13. Zander from the greenside bunker... drops in eagle on #11. Now he's -14 Leaderboard is really shaping up with 5 players tied for lead at -14
  14. Feels like Texas is tier 4 with cincy, ksu
  15. Damn... -6 thru 12 holes today Matsuyama Now -14 and 1 shot back
  16. Don't let your shitty Saturday loss carryover to Monday. Time to win a home game tomorrow RT.
  17. RT better win next game... 2/19/2024 K-State * Austin, Tx 8:00pm CT
  18. No more Fuchs for jayhawks... Sources: Kansas losing key offensive assistant to NFL JOHN BRICE FEB 16, 2024 Scott Fuchs, a college coaching veteran with more than three decades' experience, is set to test his skills at the next level, sources tell FootballScoop. A longtime offensive assistant coach who's specialized in offensive line mentorship, Fuchs has accepted an offensive assistant role with the NFL's Tennessee Titans and new head coach Brian Callahan, sources confirmed to FootballScoop Friday. Fuchs, an offensive line coach for all but one season of his career, has been a longtime staple on the coaching staffs of renowned program rebuilder Lance Leipold; he worked with Leipold at Buffalo and for the past three seasons at the University of Kansas, where the Jayhawks have experienced success not seen by the program in more than 15 years. In addition to those stops, Fuchs -- a former All-America selection at North Dakota State -- has coached at Wyoming, Southern Illinois, NCAA Division II powerhouse Grand Valley State and also for the Bison at his alma mater. Callahan was hired away from the Cincinnati Bengals to lead a new era of Titans football last month, after the franchise parted with Mike Vrabel on the heels of consecutive losing seasons. Showcasing his coaching versatility, Fuchs early in his career spent a season as defensive line coach at Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
  19. Just adding to this thread... Footballscoop: Texas also extended and raised Sark's senior assistants. Assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Jeff Banks is under contract through 2026, starting at $1.15 million this year with $50,000 annual raises. Offensive coordinator Kyle Flood is under contract for the next three seasons as well, starting at $1.325 million with $75,000 annual raises. Finally, defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski is also under contract through 2026. The highest-paid coach on staff, he'll earn $1.8 million in 2024 with $100,000 annual raises. All contracts are pending final approval from the UT Board of Regents, which meets Wednesday and Thursday.
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