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Cr1028

OC wish list

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We had a candidate list of about 12 for DCs on the other thread but not really for OCs. Lets see what we can put together for OC.

 

Top of my list is easily this guy. He knows oline and he was the OC/QB coach when KU won the Orange Bowl and Reesing was QB. Also was Urban Meyer's co-OC with wonderboy Herman at OSU until Herman left for Texas and then he took over the solo OC duties. Was on staff with Seth for 2 of Seth's 3 years at KU.

 

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Just now, MeanGreen2019 said:

I dig this, don’t know if it’s feasible though

He was an "analyst" at UT last year, but he's said he wants to find another HC gig. 
I would think in order to do that, he'll need to keep himself relevant... and what better way to do that than take on an offense that most feel had a down year last season, and bring it back into prominence?  Pay will be pretty good here, and he can reunite with his OC that provided him his best years at North Carolina.

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With Seth, Bowen and Baby Mangino here now... Doesn't it make too much sense to bring in the big guy out of retirement? We can surely do a lot worse. His brief stint at Iowa State was chocked-full of issues with the direction of the program with the head coach Paul Rhoads... But his relationship with Seth is surely far more intact. He's in his young sixties and has lost a lot of weight. I think this guy needs one more crack at it

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7 hours ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

He was an "analyst" at UT last year, but he's said he wants to find another HC gig. 
I would think in order to do that, he'll need to keep himself relevant... and what better way to do that than take on an offense that most feel had a down year last season, and bring it back into prominence?  Pay will be pretty good here, and he can reunite with his OC that provided him his best years at North Carolina.

My concern about hiring an analyst from the University of Texas is that if we do it’ll be David Beaty and I will be disappointed.

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17 hours ago, All About UNT said:

With Seth, Bowen and Baby Mangino here now... Doesn't it make too much sense to bring in the big guy out of retirement? We can surely do a lot worse. His brief stint at Iowa State was chocked-full of issues with the direction of the program with the head coach Paul Rhoads... But his relationship with Seth is surely far more intact. He's in his young sixties and has lost a lot of weight. I think this guy needs one more crack at it

 

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7 minutes ago, TheReal_jayD said:

I a with you @Withers940 WE would instantly become CUSA favorites next year.

I would be interested to see if we have a Top 3 list.

If not, maybe someone (not necessarily you) could list a few names that are realistic or on our staff's wishlist.

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Just now, greenminer said:

I would be interested to see if we have a Top 3 list.

If not, maybe someone (not necessarily you) could list a few names that are realistic or on our staff's wishlist.

 

7 minutes ago, UNT Texas Hooligan said:

Any rumblings on the OC front?

fluid situation as of right now.

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