Discussion in 'Minnesota Golden Gophers' started by PnkPanther, Jan 5, 2017.
PJ Fleck will be next gopher head coach
Damnit, cant edit the title
If he takes it. Les Miles is in town right now as well.
I hope he doesn't. I like Miles more to bring stability to the program.
I get the attraction of Les Miles, but I'm an ageist
And I heard an argument that I thought was valid. Les Miles succeeded off what Saban Built. And Les eventually lost the edge. Much like it appeared that Tubby Smith succeeded of what Petino built, then failed at the U.
It was funny watching the Twitter reaction from KFAN employees at his presser today. "I eat difficult conversations for breakfast" I guess was actually said. Brewster2.0 as far as cliches. Hopefully he can actually coach. I actually miss some of the stuff Brewster said.
At Kentucky I meant for Tubby. But I guess I don't know that subject too well. I like the Youthfulness. 5 years too. Meaning we can't let him bolt for a better job?
He's somewhat proven as hc at least
Well, Fleck is already getting on my nerves, but a lot of his recruits followed him. He's going to keep all the in state commits of Claeys, but he hasn't contacted many out state.
Robb Smith is our new DC. Previously from Arkansas, and their fans seem happy to watch him go
Never heard of this guy.
Apparently rated 76 overall for Defense. (Arkansas). Minny was 21. Maybe he said something like. "I bench press a halftime." And Fleck just fell in love.
Ohio state replaced their oc with Kevin Wilson. We hired former buckeye oc as our o line coach
11 3 star recruits have committed since Fleck. 1 TE that was already on our radar. Now 3 star recruits can be hit or miss. But one thing I noticed is that all these ones have been ranked at least at their position. We had barely any prior.
The prior staff did very good job of finding under valued recruits so not too concerned on ranking
They did however struggle recruit qb and wr
I see we just got another 3 star QB today.
Fleck showing recruiting chops
Two 4star (or high 3 depending on source) db.
Both with impressive offer lists
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