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PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 1:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The lack of news is frustrating.


It is. at this point I expect someone under the radar
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Cowboys announce hiring of Rich Bisaccia as special teams coach

Well, it's official.
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wow ever since I started on FFMD today I forgot about about our actual team. Eases the pain of the cowboys recently Laughing
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Cowboys announce hiring of Rich Bisaccia as special teams coach

Well, it's official.
also read on Twitter that Kicking Coach Chris Boniol will be retained per several sources.
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I'm as much in Garrett's corner as anybody and hope he works out as our HC.

However, should we fail to reach the playoffs again next season...

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@vinopa4me: @BryanBroaddus @nathangwinn I agree.. I would prefer shaw of Stanford . New blood not a has been. If GM I would hire him now.


...I think Shaw would be a great option.
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I'm as much in Garrett's corner as anybody and hope he works out as our HC.

However, should we fail to reach the playoffs again next season...

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@vinopa4me: @BryanBroaddus @nathangwinn I agree.. I would prefer shaw of Stanford . New blood not a has been. If GM I would hire him now.


...I think Shaw would be a great option.


David Shaw would be on my very short list of coaches. As would Kirby Smart.
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I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.
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I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.
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Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.


He's still an option after this season. He's made it very clear he wants to be a HC.
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plan9misfit wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.


He's still an option after this season. He's made it very clear he wants to be a HC.


And I can't find many people who would disagree with me when I say that I think he'll make a damned good one. I think Ray Horton will be an outstanding NFL head coach.
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plan9misfit wrote:
Desperado82 wrote:
plan9misfit wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.


He's still an option after this season. He's made it very clear he wants to be a HC.


And I can't find many people who would disagree with me when I say that I think he'll make a damned good one. I think Ray Horton will be an outstanding NFL head coach.


I'd agree. Bring in Shaw, Smart, or Horton and I would be optimistic.
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plan9misfit wrote:
Desperado82 wrote:
plan9misfit wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.


He's still an option after this season. He's made it very clear he wants to be a HC.


And I can't find many people who would disagree with me when I say that I think he'll make a damned good one. I think Ray Horton will be an outstanding NFL head coach.


I'd agree. Bring in Shaw, Smart, or Horton and I would be optimistic.


The challenge with those coaches now is that none of them run a 4-3 defense. Shaw runs a 3-4 at Stanford, Alabama runs a 3-4, and the Cardinals run a 3-4 defense. In other words, we'd likely gut our brand new coaching staff if we hired any of them. Based on the defensive coaches alone, I think we'd be more likely to hire Lovie Smith as the new head coach than Shaw, Smart, or Horton.
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plan9misfit wrote:
Desperado82 wrote:
plan9misfit wrote:
Desperado82 wrote:
plan9misfit wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I would be comfortable with both Shaw and Smart, yes. I would say Coach Boom but I want him to stay at Florida for a very long, long time. Horton would be another on my list.


Well, you saw what happened the last time I made a list. I included Horton and Smart, mentioned Shaw, and was repeatedly told that "none of them other than Smart" were available.

Had Jerry done the smart thing and fired Redpubes when he had the chance, we could've had Horton as our head coach.


He's still an option after this season. He's made it very clear he wants to be a HC.


And I can't find many people who would disagree with me when I say that I think he'll make a damned good one. I think Ray Horton will be an outstanding NFL head coach.


I'd agree. Bring in Shaw, Smart, or Horton and I would be optimistic.


The challenge with those coaches now is that none of them run a 4-3 defense. Shaw runs a 3-4 at Stanford, Alabama runs a 3-4, and the Cardinals run a 3-4 defense. In other words, we'd likely gut our brand new coaching staff if we hired any of them. Based on the defensive coaches alone, I think we'd be more likely to hire Lovie Smith as the new head coach than Shaw, Smart, or Horton.

They are all offensive minded outside of Horton, so it wouldn't really matter.
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I have never heard of anyone articulate a view point that Smart is offensive minded coach.
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Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I have never heard of anyone articulate a view point that Smart is offensive minded coach.


Laughing Considering he's the defensive coordinator at Alabama? Laughing
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