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coaching changes, '04-present

by Jay ⌂, San Diego, Sunday, December 12, 2010, 11:53
edited by Jay, Sunday, December 12, 2010, 18:48

I did a quick update of our sheet on coaching changes. Includes "days elapsed" on the hire.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=tNufRmJa682NPQJq5zYwSuA&authkey=CMqwioIF#gid=0

Some of the bigger "name school" hires are interesting to pull out.

Florida 	Will Muschamp	DC, Texas
Colorado 	Jon Embree	TE coach, Redskins
Tennessee 	Derek Dooley	HC, Louisiana Tech
USC 		Lane Kiffin	HC, Tennessee, Raiders
Kentucky 	Joker Phillips	OC, Kentucky
Florida State 	Jimbo Fisher	OC, FSU
Notre Dame 	Brian Kelly	HC, Cincinnati, CMU
Virginia 	Mike London	HC, Richmond; DC, Virginia
Oregon		Chip Kelly	OC, Oregon, New Hampshire
Boston College	Frank Spaziani	DC, Boston College
Auburn		Gene Chizik	HC, Iowa State
Washington	Steve Sarkisian	OC, Southern Cal
Clemson		Dabo Swinney	WR coach, Clemson
Tennessee	Lane Kiffin	HC, Oakland Raiders, former USC assistant
West Virginia	Bill Stewart	assistant, WVU
UCLA		Rick Neuheisel	HC, Washington, Colorado
Michigan	Rich Rodriguez	HC, West Virginia
Arkansas	Bobby Petrino	HC, Atlanta Falcons, Louisville
Georgia Tech	Paul Johnson	HC, Navy, other stops
Nebraska	Bo Pelini	DC, LSU
Mississippi	Houston Nutt	HC Arkansas
Texas A&M	Mike Sherman	OC, Houston Texans, former HC Green Bay
Alabama		Nick Saban	HC, Miami Dolphins, LSU, NC winner
Boston College	J. Jagodzinski	OC, Green Bay Packers
Arizona State	Dennis Erickson	HC, Idaho, former 49ers HC, Miami HC, etc.
Miami (Fla.)	Randy Shannon	DC, Miami
Michigan State	Mark Dantonio	HC, Cincinnati
Colorado	Dan Hawkins	HC, Boise
Wisconsin	Bret Bielema	DC, Wisconsin
LSU		Les Miles	HC, Okla St
Mississippi	Ed Orgeron	line coach, USC
Notre Dame	Charlie Weis	Patriots OC
Washington	Ty. Willingham	former HC at Stanford & ND; fired from ND
Florida		Urban Meyer	HC BGSU, Utah


Rough count, need to check my math:

* 16 college head coaches (1 SEC, 2 WAC, 4 BE, 2 Ind, 1 Pac 10, 1 Big 12...)
* 2 pro head coaches
* 5 college defensive coordinators
* 5 college offensive coordinators
* 2 pro offensive coordinators
* 1 OL coach
* 1 pro TE coach
* 1 college WR coach

Tags:
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That was a sarcastic shot taken at....

by DCT, Sunday, December 12, 2010, 18:52 @ Jay

Those that believe hiring a big name successful coach away from a program is easy.

It ain't.

Look at today's current top 10.

Anyone see any considerable head coaching experience in that group?

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You're missing Minnesota

by MattyCinNYC, Parts Unknown, Sunday, December 12, 2010, 12:42 @ Jay

So two pro TE coaches (Brewster was w/ the Broncos)

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I left them with all the other non- "name" gigs

by Jay ⌂, San Diego, Sunday, December 12, 2010, 13:10 @ MattyCinNYC

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