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Thursday, October 4, 2007

Possible replacments

I have been doing some research on possible replacements if this season goes down the path it is right now. Dr Gross I am going to save you some time and money here, there is no need to hire a staff, or call your buddy Pete. Here are the names of whom I think should be the top three candidates, Start now, we all now what is going to happen at the end of the season!

1. Tom Coughlin

This is all you need to know:

After the 1990 season, Coughlin returned to Boston College to take on his first job as a head coach. In three seasons at BC, he turned the program into a consistent winner. Coughlin's tenure was capped with a 41-39 victory over #1 ranked Notre Dame in 1993.
By the way: SU Grad and Former coach!

2. Randy Edsell

All you need to know:

"Randy Edsall has done a tremendous job of transforming our football program over the past six years," says UConn Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway. "He has proven to be the perfect fit for our school and our team. He has drawn well upon both his NFL and collegiate experiences to rapidly develop this program and prepare it for BIG EAST competition."

ps rumors are that he wants grobs job!

3. George O'Leary

All you need to know:

After two off years, O'Leary rebuilt the program into a consistent winner, leading the team to a victory in the 1997 Carquest Bowl in Miami, Florida. O'Leary's 1998 team went 10-2, defeating its arch rival the University of Georgia for the first time in 7 years, as well as the University of Notre Dame in the Gator Bowl. For the remainder of his tenure at Georgia Tech, the team went to a bowl game every season.
Honorable Mention
1. Kevin Rogers

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