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Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.
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Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.
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Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.
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That made me CMJ.

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Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.


He was in Oregon, not really the a top-tier program before he got there. He put Oregon on the map.
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RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


In that case Gene Chizik > Chip Kelly.
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Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


In that case Gene Chizik > Chip Kelly.


I didn't say Gene was great, I'm just pointing out the flawed logic of RCB suggesting he represents greatness.
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SiLo wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.


He was in Oregon, not really the a top-tier program before he got there. He put Oregon on the map.


And still struggled to recruit, despite being on the map.

My point stands, I don't believe he was the best HC candidate this offseason for the NFL, I have given valid points to back up my opinion.

Mr Meco, did nothing, at least you guys are trying to create debate
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Blahman88 wrote:
SiLo wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.


He was in Oregon, not really the a top-tier program before he got there. He put Oregon on the map.


And still struggled to recruit, despite being on the map.

My point stands, I don't believe he was the best HC candidate this offseason for the NFL, I have given valid points to back up my opinion.

Mr Meco, did nothing, at least you guys are trying to create debate



Who was your favorite?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Blahman88 wrote:
Dr. Philly wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


In that case Gene Chizik > Chip Kelly.


I didn't say Gene was great, I'm just pointing out the flawed logic of RCB suggesting he represents greatness.


Ah gotcha, I retract my hostility.
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ninjapirate wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
SiLo wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.


He was in Oregon, not really the a top-tier program before he got there. He put Oregon on the map.


And still struggled to recruit, despite being on the map.

My point stands, I don't believe he was the best HC candidate this offseason for the NFL, I have given valid points to back up my opinion.

Mr Meco, did nothing, at least you guys are trying to create debate



Who was your favorite?


Rick Dennison, then Bradley/McCoy.

The best candidate was actually Lovie Smith, followed by Andy Reid
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Blahman88 wrote:
ninjapirate wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
SiLo wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Blahman88 wrote:
RainbowCarebear wrote:
Chip represented Greatness. Something non of the other candidates didn't. And a lot share that opinion.


What has proved for this greatness? No National Championships, another fact.


Look at his recuiting classes though, not as talented as Bama


So he couldn't persuade the top talent despite being the Best HC Candidate available to us? That's not very good then.


He was in Oregon, not really the a top-tier program before he got there. He put Oregon on the map.


And still struggled to recruit, despite being on the map.

My point stands, I don't believe he was the best HC candidate this offseason for the NFL, I have given valid points to back up my opinion.

Mr Meco, did nothing, at least you guys are trying to create debate



Who was your favorite?


Rick Dennison, then Bradley/McCoy.

The best candidate was actually Lovie Smith, followed by Andy Reid



yeah once chip "went back to college" the first time I really wanted Gus. I think we needed a defensive minded coach anyway.
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I wanted Dennison, but it was clear nothing was going on there, then I wanted Gus, No.1 defence, hard hitting secondary, I wanted some of that, especially with Tom Gamble to help scout for his guys
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I wanted Dennison, but it was clear nothing was going on there, then I wanted Gus, No.1 defence, hard hitting secondary, I wanted some of that, especially with Tom Gamble to help scout for his guys


Well i guess we are running the same defensive scheme anyway. Hopefully we can draft a few probowlers to help us out.
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