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  1. So we have a pretty good idea that our new head coach will be one of two fine candidates which is great. The next phase of this hire may be just as important. The hiring of quality assistants. With all of the craziness of the coaching carousel, you have many, many qualified assistants that are out there looking for work. Obviously you are looking for good coaches who can recruit. The tempting thing could be to latch on to one who might be looking for a one year place to earn a living until something else comes along. What you NEED to do, is find quality assistant coaches who see the new co
  2. read more: http://www.scout.com/college/north-carolina/forums/1408-tar-pit/14334566-seth-littrell-finalist-for-north-texas-hc
  3. North Texas athletic director Rick Villarreal interviewed Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley this week for the Mean Green’s open head football coaching vacancy, according to a university official. It’s unclear whether Riley was the first candidate to be interviewed, but he was the most recent from a list of candidates that is believed to include Arizona State offensive line coach Chris Thomsen, the former head coach at Abilene Christian, and Texas A&M offensive coordinator Steve Spavital. Villarreal is also expected to inquire about the interest of TCU co-offensive coordinators D
  4. As we head into the last 4 weeks of the season, I think it is important to note how much the perception and the overall mix of candidates can change rapidly based on the wins and losses. Take for instance Everitt Withers at JMU who name has come up as a possibility. Overall they are 7-2 but just had two weeks of consecutive close losses against good teams. JMU lost their star QB to injury and subsequently lost the net two games without him. Should this affect the perception of Withers as a good coach? It's shouldn't but it most likely does, especially at P5 programs like Va Tech, Maryland
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