4) Kansas and oSu, as programs, weren't very different from each other 15 years ago, but they have since veered off in opposite directions. The Cowboys are perennial B12 contenders, and KU is lucky to win more than one conference game a year. I don't think Kansas has a sugar-daddy like Pickens, but maybe some of their boosters would be more inclined to invest in the football program if Miles gave them something worth investing in. He has won a national championship and coached in another, so maybe they're serious about making KU football respectable.
Damn how can you all forget that Mangino took KU to a BCS bowl and beat Va Tech? Sure, it was 10+ years ago but it did happen and Mangino had a very decent program there. KU made a terrible mistake when they hired ? Turner Gill followed by Charlie Weis. Those two guys sunk the program. At least I think it was Turner Gill that followed Mangino.
Lovie gets an extension to coach at Illinois through 2023. WTF?
According to Dan Patrick - Mack Brown took the Head Coaching job @ N.Carolina
I think he'll get some "3 star" type players who might have not considered KU. He might snag a QB diamond in the rough and have a pretty good year sometime. Some Texas HS players who think they will ride the pine elsewhere might give him a shot.
If they believe they can win 6 games a season in 4 years, he'll be a success. Mangino had time to build things.. I still believe it can be done again.
Jeff Brohm met with Louisville AD today.
Okay. Locks is supposed to meet after the Bama CCG, at Maryland. If offered, he'll accept. Canada will likely get an interview, just cause, and UGA's DC as well.I hope it's Locks, but if I know Maryland, they'll screw this up by getting Mel Tucker
Locksley can recruit. That’s it. Why would Maryland fans even want him?
surprisingly looks like Clay Helton is going to keep his job at USC. He fired the entire staff but kept Michigan cast off Tim Drevno. Makes sense. Not. Lol.