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  • Your Dream coaching staff

    Little game:
    What is your ideal coaching staff, you have a head coach and nine assistents.
    for me:
    HC: Brian Kelly Cincinnati
    OC/TE coach: Kevin Wilson Oklahoma
    DC/LB coach: Bud Foster Virginia Tech
    Recruiting coordinator/ DL coach: Ed Orgeron Tennesee
    RB Coach:Todd McNair USC
    QB Coach: Norm Chow UCLA
    WR Coach: DJ McCarthey LSU
    OLine Coach: Reese Morgan Iowa
    DB Coach: Corwin Brown Notre Dame
    Special Teams/Uber recruiter: Brian Polian Notre Dame

    yeah i know 2 nd guys but they are pretty awesome both of them


    Saints 2014 draft wish list:
    - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
    - Corner or Wideout in the first
    - No reaching
    - No Kelvin Benjamin

  • #2
    whatever USC's coaching staff is, except I want Tedford as my QBs coach/OC.

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    • #3
      Head Coach: Pete Carroll
      Offensive Coordinator: Steve Spurrier
      Offensive line/Tight End: Al Groh
      Running back/ Receivers: Houston Nutt

      Defensive Coordinator: Nick Saban
      Co-Defensive Coordinator: Mickey Andrews
      Linebacker/ Secondary Coach: Bo Pelini

      Recruiting Coordinator: Ron Zook



      A few top names for me in the game, not sure Groh's specific specialty but all I know is that Virginia has good tight ends and offensive lineman quite often. Sure Spurrier is not as dominating as before, but with weapons, he still could be. Then guys like Carroll and Zook, very few recruit better than they do. On defense those guys to me are consistently the best of them all.


      Sure a lot of these guys are head coaches but is there rules about that? You said dream coaching staff...haha Still odd choice wicket, Kelly, out of any coach in America?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
        Head Coach: Pete Carroll
        Offensive Coordinator: Steve Spurrier
        Offensive line/Tight End: Al Groh
        Running back/ Receivers: Houston Nutt

        Defensive Coordinator: Nick Saban
        Co-Defensive Coordinator: Mickey Andrews
        Linebacker/ Secondary Coach: Bo Pelini

        Recruiting Coordinator: Ron Zook



        A few top names for me in the game, not sure Groh's specific specialty but all I know is that Virginia has good tight ends and offensive lineman quite often. Sure Spurrier is not as dominating as before, but with weapons, he still could be. Then guys like Carroll and Zook, very few recruit better than they do. On defense those guys to me are consistently the best of them all.


        Sure a lot of these guys are head coaches but is there rules about that? You said dream coaching staff...haha Still odd choice wicket, Kelly, out of any coach in America?
        Too many chefs in that kitchen.
        Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
        RIP themaninblack

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        • #5
          HC: Les Miles, LSU
          OC: Robert Anae, BYU
          DC: Kyle Whittingham, Utah
          RC: Brennan Carroll, USC
          RB Coach: Ron Gould, Cal
          QB Coach: Norm Chow, UCLA
          WR Coach: Rob Ianello, Notre Dame
          OLine Coach: Dave Borbely, Virginia
          DB Coach: Ron Cooper, LSU
          Special Teams: Joe Robinson, LSU


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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
            Head Coach: Pete Carroll
            Offensive Coordinator: Steve Spurrier
            Offensive line/Tight End: Al Groh
            Running back/ Receivers: Houston Nutt

            Defensive Coordinator: Nick Saban
            Co-Defensive Coordinator: Mickey Andrews
            Linebacker/ Secondary Coach: Bo Pelini

            Recruiting Coordinator: Ron Zook



            A few top names for me in the game, not sure Groh's specific specialty but all I know is that Virginia has good tight ends and offensive lineman quite often. Sure Spurrier is not as dominating as before, but with weapons, he still could be. Then guys like Carroll and Zook, very few recruit better than they do. On defense those guys to me are consistently the best of them all.


            Sure a lot of these guys are head coaches but is there rules about that? You said dream coaching staff...haha Still odd choice wicket, Kelly, out of any coach in America?
            That's close to 10 mill payout just for coaches lol.. But it is your dream.


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            • #7
              Ok honestly I follow assistants but I am more about following charismatic leaders.

              What everyone in the world has Norm Chow as an assistant or QB coach? I say again, it said nothing about assistants and having too many head coaches...


              Basically just saying guys I respect. Like Mike Riley, not overly famous but the guy does a damn good job and consistently fields a good competitive football team.



              Overall it is all about coaches having a philosophy and being able to instill that into their players, an attitude and a confidence. Few can really do that and be successful. A lot of coaches can coach, few can create a culture and a identity for a football team and a program.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
                Ok honestly I follow assistants but I am more about following charismatic leaders.

                What everyone in the world has Norm Chow as an assistant or QB coach? I say again, it said nothing about assistants and having too many head coaches...


                Basically just saying guys I respect. Like Mike Riley, not overly famous but the guy does a damn good job and consistently fields a good competitive football team.



                Overall it is all about coaches having a philosophy and being able to instill that into their players, an attitude and a confidence. Few can really do that and be successful. A lot of coaches can coach, few can create a culture and a identity for a football team and a program.
                It's not like I'm copying him or something with the Norm Chow coach thing. I'm well aware of Norm Chow and his works with QBs. I'm a BYU/Utah fan, believe me.. we know our Chow history.

                I don't think anyone was really faulting you for it, just pointing out that it's pretty unrealistic to have those coaches on one staff. I tried to be realistic even down to coinciding schemes (ex. Anae and Chow would be excellent partners running a spread offense).

                I for one, am not faulting you for your selections though.


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                • #9
                  Head Coach - Pete Carroll, USC

                  Offensive Coordinator - Dan Mullen, Mississippi State
                  QB Coach - Steve Sarkisian, Washington
                  O-Line Coach - Pat Ruel, USC
                  RB Coach - Ron Gould, Cal

                  Defensive Coordinator - Nick Saban, Alabama
                  Defensive Line - Nick Holt, Washington
                  LB Coach - Ken Norton Jr. , USC
                  DB Coach - Paul Haynes, Ohio State

                  Special Teams Coach - Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech

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                  • #10
                    Head Coach: Frank Beamer Virginia Tech
                    Offensive Coordinator: Greg Davis, Texas
                    Defensive Coordinator: Dick Bumpas, TCU
                    QB Coach: Norm Chow, UCLA
                    RB Coach: John Settle, Wisconsin
                    OL Coach: Pat Ruel, USC
                    D-Line Coach: Charley Wiles, Virginia Tech
                    Linebackers Coach: Ron Vanderlinden, Penn State
                    D-Backs Coach: Paul Haynes, Ohio State
                    Last edited by the_legend_killer; 08-09-2009, 11:03 PM.
                    Originally posted by Scott Wright
                    I could also go on a rant about how Uncle Joe from Willky Wonka is a major dick.

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                    • #11
                      The lack of Meyer saddens me.

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                      • #12
                        Head Coach - Kirk Ferentz
                        Running Backs Coach - Emmit Smith
                        Wide Receiver Coach - Jerry Rice
                        OL Coach - Anthony Munoz
                        DL Coach - Reggie White
                        DB Coach - Steve Atwater
                        LB Coach - Kevin Greene
                        OCoordinator - Jason Garrett
                        DCoordinator - Mike Ditka
                        Special Teams Coach - Pete Stoyanovich
                        Recruiting Coordinator - Jimmy Johnson

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by sbh15 View Post
                          The lack of Meyer saddens me.
                          that is because you are a UF homer.

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                          • #14
                            And Meyer is a slimey tool bag

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BuddyCHRIST View Post
                              And Meyer is a slimey tool bag
                              with 2 national titles :)

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