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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by LonghornCatholic, Jan 3, 2021.
Ok I will be the one to ask what does a Chief of Staff of Football Operations do?
What happened to the days when the AD had one lady to answer the phone, the coaches shared a "secretary", all the rest of the department (including Earl) were across the hall and did their own Xeroxing?
How many people are on the payroll?
I'll let you know tomorrow night.
Several years back I came across a photo of a very early Dallas Cowboys team. There was Landry and I believe two assistants.
Those were also the days when the Packer sweep was one of the most run plays, the QB called all the plays, and if he completed 50% of his passes , he was a super star.
I count four coaches including Landry. Those were the days.
aka "not Stoops"
I remember Eddie LeBaron (among others) who played QB at 5 ft 7 in!!
If I'm not mistaken, in those days you had the Head Coach, Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Defensive Coordinator and that was it.
Eddie was a lawyer and name partner in an Atlanta firm. He/they represented us on a couple of deals in Atlanta. 5'7" may be stretching it a bit, but as a kid, he was fun to watch.
Bryan Carrington is supposedly interviewing with USC!!
someone back up the money truck
Now that we, allegedly, have some coaches that can recruit, perhaps Carrington is no longer as integral a cog in our recruiting machine.
Prolly wants to go where they are woke.
It’s time for him to bounce.
Good Luck to Bryan! Can he take Anwar with him?
Remember when I said over the summer that CDC needs to rent a bus, drive all the malcontents to the middle of nowhere, drop them off, and then drive away? Well, he basically doing it.
Burton on Drew Hughes
Drew Hughes, the expected football director of player personnel for Texas, is awaiting NCAA compliance for his hiring.
The compliance process is not unique to Hughes. All coaches and staff that have served under Jeremy Pruitt at the University of Tennessee are similarly situated because Pruitt was fired for cause and the university and the NCAA are currently investigating the program for recruiting violations. Hughes, according to a source, has not been implicated in any wrongdoing.
Hughes was director of player personnel for Pruitt for a couple of years before taking over at South Carolina last year. Hughes, since graduating from Alabama in 2011, has also served as player personnel director at Florida, Central Florida and North Carolina State.
People thought I was joking when I said the staff won’t be set until March 1.
Some of the national media opined that we would not fire a coach during a pandemic
I dont know how you can convincingly make the case to a high school recruit to join a program which has a school song you think is racist.
How exactly does that work?
The wheels on the bus go round and round...
The malcontents on the bus get dropped off...
CDC is driving the bus.
I hope you are correct about CDC
But I dont share your same confidence
You tell them it’s not racist. Because its not. You have Earl, Ricky and Vince say the same thing. You tell them we are here to play football, win championships, and not deal with that social bs.
You missed the part where the recruiter coordinator agrees its racist
Hasn't he been told his services are no longer needed by Sark's hires if not directly?
Not exactly, no
Is he talking to himself??
Something tells me that Anwar Sadat's days on the 40 are numbered--absent a personal "revelation" that The Eyes of Texas is actually a pretty good song for our team and fans to sing.
We need the Band Director on board too. Somebody needs to stick a mic in his face on that. No more music schollies for haters.
No. I just don’t care what he thinks. He can and should leave if he feels that way.