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Mdot21

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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1288 on: December 22, 2021, 12:37:31 AM »
Brady Hoke led the Aztecs to their CCG, and won a Bowl Game. :098:
it's amazing what getting healthier by losing some weight and actually wearing a headset will do for a coach.

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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1289 on: December 22, 2021, 03:16:21 PM »
New Oregon head coach Dan Lanning is looking to build a staff around him, and that process brought him to Lincoln.

Nebraska defensive line coach Tony Tuioti is leaving the Huskers to coach the same position in Eugene, a source confirmed to Hail Varsity. Tuioti has been at Nebraska for the past three seasons after being hired by head coach Scott Frost in 2019.

The move to Oregon will put Tuioti back on the west coast, where he coached for a large majority of his career. Prior to Nebraska, Tuioti coached the d-line at California. He began his college coaching career at his alma mater, Hawaii, and was there for six seasons from 2008-13 where he had two-season stints as director of player personnel and linebackers and d-line coach.

After being a quality control and assistant d-line coach with the Cleveland Browns from 2014-15, Tuioti jumped back into college football in 2016 as Michigan’s director of player personnel.
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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1290 on: December 23, 2021, 10:16:04 PM »
Sounds like Florida is targeting MSU RB coach Will Peagler.  He was director of player personnel a couple years ago for Napier at Louisiana.

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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1291 on: December 24, 2021, 01:24:23 AM »
It feels like we're going from a staff of like 8 dudes to an army of 60 guys.
Like Bruce Willis says about NASA in Armageddon:  You're the guys that're thinking sh*t up! I'm sure you got a team of men sitting around somewhere right now just thinking sh*t up and somebody backing them up!
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« Reply #1292 on: December 24, 2021, 10:40:04 PM »
Sounds like Florida is targeting MSU RB coach Will Peagler.  He was director of player personnel a couple years ago for Napier at Louisiana.
They took him.  Apparently USC tried to hire away the OL coach and were able to raise the salary to keep him, but it sounds like this includes some recruiting title, and he has coached under Napier at two stops

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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1293 on: December 25, 2021, 12:21:00 AM »
Hawaii will need a HC next season. The virus they had was not named Covid, it was named Graham.

University of Hawaii's football team is miserable. Players say the culprit is head coach Todd Graham.


"Meanwhile, according to multiple players, Graham’s own future aspirations are abundantly clear. They recall different instances when Graham had openly discussed his aspirations to leave Hawaii for the NFL. “He basically kept telling us he’s using us as a stepping stone,” as one player put it.

Said another player, “I see why he wants the bowl game so bad. It ain’t for the seniors. It ain’t for Hawaii. It’s for his reputation and the extra bowl game check.” (Graham will receive a $20,000 bonus for participating in the Hawaii Bowl. If Hawaii wins the game, he will receive an additional $40,000.)"


https://www.sfgate.com/collegesports/article/hawaii-football-troubles-under-coach-todd-graham-16670501.php


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« Reply #1294 on: February 26, 2022, 08:28:56 AM »
Former Baylor head football coach Art Briles once again has a job in college football. A spokesperson confirmed to 247Sports' Brandon Marcello and Chris Hummer that Briles has been hired as Grambling State's offensive coordinator, marking his first job in college football since he was dismissed as the head coach at Baylor in May 2016 after an investigation found the school mishandled allegations of sexual misconduct and violence.

Briles, 66, took the Baylor football program to new heights in eight seasons at the helm — the Bears won two Big 12 titles and produced a Heisman winner in Robert Griffin III — before Briles' tenure ended in turmoil with the fallout from the aforementioned findings. Briles since coached overseas in Italy during the 2018 season before returning to football in Texas as the head coach at Mount Vernon High School from 2019-20. Briles also had a deal in place in 2018 to become the assistant head coach for the CFL' s Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but the offer was quickly rescinded after intense scrutiny for the move.

Given Briles' legacy, harsh criticism quickly followed again Thursday following confirmation that Briles will join the Grambling State staff. Grambling State is entering its first year under former NFL head coach Hue Jackson, who was most recently the offensive coordinator at Tennessee State.
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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1295 on: February 26, 2022, 10:05:27 AM »
"Hawai'i football coach Todd Graham, facing mounting allegations of mistreating players in the program, resigned Friday(1/14/2022) after two seasons with the school."

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/33069304/hawaii-rainbow-warriors-coach-todd-graham-resigns-amid-allegations-mistreating-players


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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1296 on: February 26, 2022, 11:32:05 AM »
It's trully amazing how many of these guys land in very good circumstances.Then thru ignorance/arrogance or both just faff things to hell and back
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« Reply #1297 on: February 28, 2022, 08:16:19 PM »
Ex-Baylor head coach Art Briles will no longer be the offensive coordinator at Grambling State. Sources confirmed to 247Sports' Brandon Marcello that Briles resigned from his role Monday. The hire of Briles, which was announced late last week, was met with considerable pushback due to Briles' ties to the sexual assault scandal at Baylor in the mid-2010s, which led to Briles' dismissal at Baylor in 2016.

Grambling State initially denied any reports of Briles joining first-year Grambling State head coach Hue Jackson's staff but later reversed course, though now the two parties have parted ways.

"Unfortunately, I feel that my continued presence will be a distraction to you and your team, which is the last thing that I want," Briles said in a statement to Grambling State, obtained by ESPN's Pete Thamel. "I have the utmost respect (for) the university, and your players."
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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1298 on: March 01, 2022, 06:35:05 AM »
Art will be fine. It's only a matter of time before someone takes a crack at Hugh Freeze again.
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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1299 on: March 01, 2022, 08:47:10 AM »
Art is toxic and will never hold a major coaching position in the college ranks again.  Which is appropriate.

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Re: Coaching changes
« Reply #1300 on: March 01, 2022, 08:49:52 AM »
He certainly looks toxic
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