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5 minutes ago, BillySee58 said:

Eric Morris from Incarnate Word seems like a pretty fitting candidate. Was rumored for the job when he was the OC at Tech in 2015.

I also am a big fan of Will Healy from Austin Peay but they took a step back this year, and he probably is not nearly as good a fit.

Would talk to Sonny at TCU and Ruffin at OU!

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Head coaching experience matters, but does Eric have that much more clout that graham if graham does in fact have a great relationship with the kids?  I’m not saying graham is the choice, but if he’s not you have to have someone with something a lot greater.

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40 minutes ago, RiseUNT said:

Didn't know Kstate, Texas Tech, and Kansas were competing for national championships.

Snyder is the best coach to ever coach at Kstate and I don't think they were ever in the National Championship conversation.

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K-State has indeed competed for national championships and would have played in the NC game in 1998 if they hadn't blown a 15-point lead in the conference championship game. They were ranked No. 1 in the coaches' poll before that game. They had 6 top-ten finishes and four consecutive 11-win seasons from 1997 to 2000. K-State was also ranked No. 1 in the BCS poll for most of the 2012 season before losing its 11th game that year. Having played at OU, Seth Littrell is very familiar with K-State's outstanding football program, going to bowl games on a regular basis (though not this year).

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8 minutes ago, Wag Tag said:

Would talk to Sonny at TCU and Ruffin at OU!

I wouldnt on Sonny. Rumor is Meacham was the brains behind TCU o success. The product on the field has backed it up. I wouldn't mess with ruffin.

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2 minutes ago, TheReal_jayD said:

I wouldnt on Sonny. Rumor is Meacham was the brains behind TCU o success. The product on the field has backed it up. I wouldn't mess with ruffin.

Ruffin would be disastrous. It would be hard to hang in with that hire. I mean I would obviously, but I'd be grinding teeth. Ugh. I know you didn't suggest that JD, but just posting off of your reply to wagtag. 

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1 minute ago, TheReal_jayD said:

I wouldnt on Sonny. Rumor is Meacham was the brains behind TCU o success. The product on the field has backed it up. I wouldn't mess with ruffin.

Who would be the highest rated coach or Co Ordinator we would have a shot at? With some type of name recognition. 

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21 minutes ago, BillySee58 said:

Eric Morris from Incarnate Word seems like a pretty fitting candidate. Was rumored for the job when he was the OC at Tech in 2015.

I also am a big fan of Will Healy from Austin Peay but they took a step back this year, and he probably is not nearly as good a fit.

I believe Healy is now the target for Charlotte since they decided to pull the offer they had out to the JMU coach. Personally i hate to see Seth leave, but if he goes, it needs to be sooner then later. Lots of good candidates have already been lost and i don't want this dragging out for another week or 2. Either he goes to K State in the next day or two or he commits to UNT.  He just needs to do it quick.

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If it’s true....Im a little disappointed. Wanted to see him continue to build on what is started. However I’m kind of excited to see who we get in here. 

I think we should be calling Neal Brown immediately. 

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21 minutes ago, OUKidder said:

Had to sign up just to correct that statement.

K-State has indeed competed for national championships and would have played in the NC game in 1998 if they hadn't blown a 15-point lead in the conference championship game. They were ranked No. 1 in the coaches' poll before that game. They had 6 top-ten finishes and four consecutive 11-win seasons from 1997 to 2000. K-State was also ranked No. 1 in the BCS poll for most of the 2012 season before losing its 11th game that year. Having played at OU, Seth Littrell is very familiar with K-State's outstanding football program, going to bowl games on a regular basis (though not this year).

But that makes my point. Look at OSU and Georgia this year they each have a blowout loss and are in the conversation. Every loss for a non blue blood = 2 losses by a blue blood.

Kstate had 1 loss in it's championship game and dropped to 5.

Gotta add by no way do I think UNT's history or program is better than Kstate. 

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22 minutes ago, Wag Tag said:

Who would be the highest rated coach or Co Ordinator we would have a shot at? With some type of name recognition. 

Neal Brown

Billy Napier

Eric Morris 

That's my list. Idk how official it is

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7 minutes ago, TheReal_jayD said:

Neal Brown

Billy Napier

Eric Morris 

That's my list. Idk how official it is

Phil Longo.   Hugh Freeze

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7 minutes ago, TheReal_jayD said:

And Chris Thomsen to that list as a dark horse

Thomson but not Cumbie! Injuries killed TCU this year 19 starters out and a 3rd string QB! 2017 10-2 beat Stanford in the bowl! Knows local recruiting! 

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21 minutes ago, Wag Tag said:

Thomson but not Cumbie! Injuries killed TCU this year 19 starters out and a 3rd string QB! 2017 10-2 beat Stanford in the bowl! Knows local recruiting! 

 

21 minutes ago, Wag Tag said:

Thomson but not Cumbie! Injuries killed TCU this year 19 starters out and a 3rd string QB! 2017 10-2 beat Stanford in the bowl! Knows local recruiting! 

Thomsen has head coaching experience. Mosley was his AD. 

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Just now, AustinFromUNT said:

I would take Hugh Freeze. I want to win games! Just keep him on a short leash until he proves he doesn’t need to be watched as closely.

Interviews for Tennessee OC job! 

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3 minutes ago, AustinFromUNT said:

I would take Hugh Freeze. I want to win games! Just keep him on a short leash until he proves he doesn’t need to be watched as closely.

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2 hours ago, RiseUNT said:

Didn't know Kstate, Texas Tech, and Kansas were competing for national championships.

Snyder is the best coach to ever coach at Kstate and I don't think they were ever in the National Championship conversation.

They were ranked #2 at one point 6 years ago.

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Just now, peanuts104 said:

They were ranked #2 at one point 6 years ago.

Notre Dame is ranked number 3 and isn't considered a national title contender.

TCU was headed to the football playoff until they were jumped by a blue blood for no reason.

UCF has a National Title and isn't considered a contender.

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