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David Baliff out at Rice

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3 minutes ago, buff64 said:

Nice coach, tough job.

Very tough, the first question most coaches ask is VERY different from the first question a Rice coach asks when they visit our school.

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1 hour ago, GMG24 said:

Very tough, the first question most coaches ask is VERY different from the first question a Rice coach asks when they visit our school.

What are those two questions?  Sounds interesting. 

 

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12 minutes ago, oldguystudent said:

What are those two questions?  Sounds interesting. 

 

Rice first thing they ask is GPA and SAT and ACT Test Score.  I believe a 3.7 is the lowest they'll even look at.  

 

Other schools typically ask about the kids work ethic, does he love the game, what are his best attributes.  Then if they like the conversation they'll ask if we can turn the tape on.  Typically, they've already done their HW and watched the tape.  

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20 minutes ago, oldguystudent said:

What are those two questions?  Sounds interesting. 

 

1. How many walkers have you killed?

2. How many people have you killed?

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I will be very surprised if Rice can get a better coach.  Rice can sell their academics, but what they can't sell is a very small school with very few sports fans.  

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25 minutes ago, FAU Connoisseur said:

Whats your GPA and test scores?   What do you want to major?  Do you like football, we have a team?

that's 3 questions....come on FAU educated guy!!!

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2 hours ago, Harry said:

Doug Meachum being mentioned as a possible replacement.

As long as they don't hire a coach who installs the triple option I think we'll be ok.

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3 hours ago, NorthTexan95 said:

As long as they don't hire a coach who installs the triple option I think we'll be ok.

Actually, they would probably be smart to head that direction, but I understand your concern.

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