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13 hours ago, ATXbronco said:

Michigan OC to Miami's parting comments...


"Gattis has already texted his players and informed them that he's leaving, a source told ESPN's Tom VanHaaren. In a text to some Michigan players, Gattis said, "Unfortunately the past few weeks has told a different story to me about the very little appreciation I have here from administration. In life I would never advise anyone to be where they are not wanted..."

 

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/33230839/sources-miami-hires-josh-gattis-away-michigan-football-team-new-offensive-coordinator

This is some bitchass shit.  What passive aggressive little whiner.  That's the type of shit I'd expect a 43 year old divorced human resources assistant with an unstably-employed boyfriend to post on her Facebook wall after the gals don't invite her to margarita night at Sombreros.  Or a manipulative mother who got asked to shift some fucking holiday plan so that a family could visit two houses. "I guess I know where I am not wanted."

Not a division one college football coach.  Fucking ghosting players would be better than teaching them to say this shit when they depart a job on less than ideal terms.  Can we have the stoic coach who doesn't say shit back, please? 

"I have decided to accept a new job that is offering me the opportunity to further advance in my profession.  This was a difficult decision, but difficult decisions are part of professional life.  I will always be grateful for my time spent at Michigan and coaching you."

Either that or just go full on aggressive and name the asshole who pissed you off and what he did. 

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3 hours ago, 956 Worldwide said:

This is some bitchass shit.  What passive aggressive little whiner.  That's the type of shit I'd expect a 43 year old divorced human resources assistant with an unstably-employed boyfriend to post on her Facebook wall after the gals don't invite her to margarita night at Sombreros.  Or a manipulative mother who got asked to shift some fucking holiday plan so that a family could visit two houses. "I guess I know where I am not wanted."

Not a division one college football coach.  Fucking ghosting players would be better than teaching them to say this shit when they depart a job on less than ideal terms.  Can we have the stoic coach who doesn't say shit back, please? 

"I have decided to accept a new job that is offering me the opportunity to further advance in my profession.  This was a difficult decision, but difficult decisions are part of professional life.  I will always be grateful for my time spent at Michigan and coaching you."

Either that or just go full on aggressive and name the asshole who pissed you off and what he did. 

Best guess is he thought he was getting harbaughs job and became a bitch when he came back

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3 hours ago, 956 Worldwide said:

Either that or just go full on aggressive and name the asshole who pissed you off and what he did. 

His name is Jim Harbaugh and it turned out the NFL didn’t want him so the head coaching job at Michigan wasn’t coming open after all. Now the Miami coaching job coming open in a few years seems a lot more likely. 

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39 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

His name is Jim Harbaugh and it turned out the NFL didn’t want him so the head coaching job at Michigan wasn’t coming open after all. Now the Miami coaching job coming open in a few years seems a lot more likely. 

OK, so there you are.  Still bitchass to say "I'm not wanted/appreciated."  Try this:  "My goal is to become a college football head coach and I believe this move will bring me one step closer to that goal."

Bottom line, he's whiny 

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4 hours ago, WhatTheBuck said:

His name is Jim Harbaugh and it turned out the NFL didn’t want him so the head coaching job at Michigan wasn’t coming open after all. Now the Miami coaching job coming open in a few years seems a lot more likely. 

If he’s the OC and the head corch gets runt off he’s not likely going to take over unless it’s as interim corch to finish off the 3-9 season. 

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4 hours ago, 956 Worldwide said:

OK, so there you are.  Still bitchass to say "I'm not wanted/appreciated."  Try this:  "My goal is to become a college football head coach and I believe this move will bring me one step closer to that goal."

Bottom line, he's whiny 

A Michigan Man.

 

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7 hours ago, WhatTheBuck said:

His name is Jim Harbaugh and it turned out the NFL didn’t want him so the head coaching job at Michigan wasn’t coming open after all. Now the Miami coaching job coming open in a few years seems a lot more likely. 

Seems like the U Miami job is always open or about to open.

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This is one of the most depressing things I have ever had to look up... After leaving Texas, the landing spots for many of the coaches and assistants we hired over the last decade for one of the top jobs in CFB are:

Shawn Watson: Wofford

Drew Mehringer: New Mexico

Derek Warehime: New Mexico

Charlie Strong: USF/Unemployed from NFL

Todd Orlando: FAU

Tom Herman: Analyst in NFL

Vance Bedford: Out of Football

Herb Hand: UCF

Les Koenning: Out of Football

Oscar Giles: Wyoming

Bruce Chambers: High School

Sterlin Gilbert: Syracuse

 

 

Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck

 

 

 

 

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45 minutes ago, Vertigo said:

This is one of the most depressing things I have ever had to look up... After leaving Texas, the landing spots for many of the coaches and assistants we hired over the last decade for one of the top jobs in CFB are:

Shawn Watson: Wofford

Drew Mehringer: New Mexico

Derek Warehime: New Mexico

Charlie Strong: USF/Unemployed from NFL

Todd Orlando: FAU

Tom Herman: Analyst in NFL

Vance Bedford: Out of Football

Herb Hand: UCF

Les Koenning: Out of Football

Oscar Giles: Wyoming

Bruce Chambers: High School

Sterlin Gilbert: Syracuse

 

 

Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck

 

 

 

 

A murderers' row of ineptitude and incompetence.

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11 hours ago, OB3 said:

 

 

Charlie Strong back in college football

The move is, ahem, a strong one for new head 'Cane Mario Cristobal.

ZACH BARNETT           21 MINUTES AGO

Slowly but surely, Mario Cristobal is putting together a formidable coaching staff at Miami.  His latest hire is Charlie Strong, who joins the staff as linebackers coach, according to Chris Low of ESPN.

The former Louisville, Texas, and South Florida head coach will be a position coach in college football for the first time since he coached Notre Dame's defensive line from 1995-98. That job led to South Carolina's defensive coordinator role in 1999, and ever since he was a coordinator (that, to be clear, also coached a position) or a head coach through his final season at USF in 2019.

Strong spent 2020 as an analyst at Alabama and 2021 as Urban Meyer's assistant head coach and inside 'backers coach in Jacksonville.

Strong joins a staff that includes offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, and offensive line coach Alex Mirabal. 

Including Cristobal, all five of Miami's coaches have ties to Nick Saban and/or ties to the South Florida recruiting scene. 

Strong's Louisville teams at one point had 38 Floridians and 28 from the Miami area. In a related story, Strong went 21-3 in 2012-13 before leaving for Texas. 

 

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5 hours ago, LTtxfan said:

 

Charlie Strong back in college football

The move is, ahem, a strong one for new head 'Cane Mario Cristobal.

ZACH BARNETT           21 MINUTES AGO

Slowly but surely, Mario Cristobal is putting together a formidable coaching staff at Miami.  His latest hire is Charlie Strong, who joins the staff as linebackers coach, according to Chris Low of ESPN.

The former Louisville, Texas, and South Florida head coach will be a position coach in college football for the first time since he coached Notre Dame's defensive line from 1995-98. That job led to South Carolina's defensive coordinator role in 1999, and ever since he was a coordinator (that, to be clear, also coached a position) or a head coach through his final season at USF in 2019.

Strong spent 2020 as an analyst at Alabama and 2021 as Urban Meyer's assistant head coach and inside 'backers coach in Jacksonville.

Strong joins a staff that includes offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, and offensive line coach Alex Mirabal. 

Including Cristobal, all five of Miami's coaches have ties to Nick Saban and/or ties to the South Florida recruiting scene. 

Strong's Louisville teams at one point had 38 Floridians and 28 from the Miami area. In a related story, Strong went 21-3 in 2012-13 before leaving for Texas. 

 

Why did young Zack Barnett leave out Charlie’s record at usf?

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15 hours ago, LTtxfan said:

 

Charlie Strong back in college football

The move is, ahem, a strong one for new head 'Cane Mario Cristobal.

ZACH BARNETT           21 MINUTES AGO

Slowly but surely, Mario Cristobal is putting together a formidable coaching staff at Miami.  His latest hire is Charlie Strong, who joins the staff as linebackers coach, according to Chris Low of ESPN.

The former Louisville, Texas, and South Florida head coach will be a position coach in college football for the first time since he coached Notre Dame's defensive line from 1995-98. That job led to South Carolina's defensive coordinator role in 1999, and ever since he was a coordinator (that, to be clear, also coached a position) or a head coach through his final season at USF in 2019.

Strong spent 2020 as an analyst at Alabama and 2021 as Urban Meyer's assistant head coach and inside 'backers coach in Jacksonville.

Strong joins a staff that includes offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, and offensive line coach Alex Mirabal. 

Including Cristobal, all five of Miami's coaches have ties to Nick Saban and/or ties to the South Florida recruiting scene. 

Strong's Louisville teams at one point had 38 Floridians and 28 from the Miami area. In a related story, Strong went 21-3 in 2012-13 before leaving for Texas. 

 

Maybe Strong is a strong coordinator who got Peter Principled?

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Seems like there's always a Rutgers connection... 😋

Fran Brown will leave Rutgers to coach defensive backs for the defending national champs.

ZACH BARNETT       FEB 18, 2022

Report: Georgia fills secondary role with Big Ten assistant

Rutgers secondary coach Fran Brown will join the defending national champions in the same role, according to multiple reports on Friday.  A New Jersey native, Brown was the first defensive member of Greg Schiano's staff in Piscataway.

Brown played at Western Carolina while Matt Rhule was a staff member there and followed him to Temple, joining the staff in 2011 as director of internal operations and eventually becoming associate head coach in Rhule's final season in Philly.  

Brown joined Rhule at Baylor as assistant head coach and cornerbacks coach in 2017, then returned to Temple as co-defensive coordinator and corners coach in 2019. 

Brown has been honored for his recruiting at Temple and Rutgers; 247Sports regarded him as the top recruiter on Rutgers' staff -- and a top 10 recruiter in the Big Ten -- in 2022. He also chopped 100 yards per game off Temple's passing defense average, and oversaw the most takeaways by a Rutgers defense in eight seasons during the shortened 2020 campaign.

Brown replaces Jahmile Addae, who took the secondary job on Mario Cristobal's new Miami staff.  

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48 minutes ago, closetohumping said:

What makes you think he's no longer an up and comer?

Guessing because this job is a step down from his last two (receivers coach at WVU and UH)

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15 minutes ago, Nope said:

Guessing because this job is a step down from his last two (receivers coach at WVU and UH)

Yeah, has to be something going on. When he went to UH he also had a assistant head coach title which was removed in 2020 and then Holgerson up and let him go in May 2021 after a meeting described as in best interest of both parties.

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Sources: Temple, Stan Drayton tab new player personnel director with East Coast ties

Andrew Liacopolus is a Penn State alum who broke into the profession at Boston College

JOHN BRICE    MAY 26, 2022

Andrew Liacopolus is back on the East Coast.

A former player personnel director at Boston College, as well as in the Mountain West Conference at Colorado State, Liacopolus is returning to the region as the director of player personnel for Stan Drayton’s Temple University program.

With the move to the Owls’ program, Liacopolus is set to replace JT Hill following Hill’s departure for a position with the NFL’s New England Patriots.

A Penn State grad, Liacopolus logged six years on Chestnut Hill with the BC Eagles’ program, filling a variety of roles that included recruiting and operations responsibilities, earning distinction as a staff specialist in those areas across his final two years at BC.

Having worked in the Nittany Lions’ football program as an undergrad, there Liacopolus served as both a recruiting and scouting intern in James Franklin’s program before launching his career at Boston College.

The 2021 season was his lone year atop the Rams’ director of player personnel.

Drayton was hired by Temple in mid-December to revive the Owls’ program. Drayton has had numerous successful stints as an assistant coach in college football at some of the sport’s biggest programs, including Florida, Ohio State, Tennessee and Texas.

The Owls open their 2022 season at Duke Sept. 2. 

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