Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by MAIZEandBLUE09, Jan 10, 2019.
Ya missed on that one. Muschamp didn't coach for Saban in Tuscaloosa; he coached for him at LSU.
Why the fuck would Dantonio not go after an alum in Enos? I hate to say this but it is getting time for Dantonio to either fire the entire Offensive coaching staff or retire because he is letting this program die.
And in those first four years, of all that talent brought in, how many made it to NFL Rosters? Michigan recruited well under Hoke. No question, part of that was Mattison early on. That was also almost a decade ago.
Here's the ultimate point, I think Michigan will upgrade at defensive line coach now and likely wouldn't have otherwise. He would have been kept on staff, given a raise, until he retired. I also think OSU could have gotten a better coach, especially with the "Co-defensive coordinator" tag.
As the guy (carson) already pointed out, he's a fan of college football & watches a lot of it. Colorado is his favorite team, but that doesn't mean he can't admire or comment on other teams.
Alabama can't keep a coach. Everybody constantly raids the Tide for talent. That's just the way it is....
Cool, lets see how he does without an offense that contains a million 5 stars at every position.
Dantonio is standing firm on the sinking ship to protect his friends he hired as assistant coaches. You would have thought that this year's offense was bad enough to get at least one guy fired....especially your OC which the entire fanbase wants gone...but damn. To hold firm and fire no one? That shows a stubbornness that will get a HC fired. But can MSU fire Dantonio? It seems like Dantonio is operating under the belief that he's immortal at MSU.
House should have been cleaned after 2016. And again after 2017. Yes I know we went 10-3 but that was all smoke and mirrors. The offense didn’t get any better, but the defense got significantly better which was the cause for the uptick in wins. Now after the offense has hit historic lows, no one losses their jobs we just move them around and hope and pray we some somehow figure out that they should be trying to score points instead of getting the ball back to the opponents as quickly as possible. Arguably the best defense in the conference is being wasted by this obstinence.
Blame it on the Chicken Curse. Dantonio is a coot and brought it with him.
Better Know Your USC History: The Chicken Curse
He didn’t do a good job of bringing it since he brought three conference titles and a playoff appearance to a horrible team.
Of all that talent? By the time he got there, 2/3 of that "talent" were already upperclassmen or gone. Again, why are you ignoring that their defensive talent level shot up since he got there?
Maybe michigan will, maybe they won't. Acting like Mattison is just some guy is still foolish. He's one of the most respected defensive coaches in college football. He's obviously not a long-term answer in Columbus, but his experience is going to be perfect for our younger defensive coaches. Bringing in Washington further makes me believe that he is going to be replace Mattison once he retires, and he'll have done it under Mattison's tutelage, which is irreplaceable. We didn't bring in Mattison to be our DL coach - we already have arguably the best one in the nation. He's yet another experienced, successful defensive coach to add to our room.
Regardless of his age, michigan will not be better for having lost him.
His infection is an old one. It takes time for it to take effect.
So it took all of like 4 days to convince yourself this was a huge move? Lol.
I disagree wholeheartedly. The coach from BC we just hired as a replacement for Washington, was rated better recruiter than both. We've seemingly improved one coach already. It won't be hard to replace a 70 year old who was close to retirement; a guy we demoted 4 years ago.
You're talking about how huge of a move this was, when like 4 days ago, it wasn't.
LOL no he wasn't. What are you talking about?
I said I wasn't a fan of them making him the DC without someone young learning under him ready to take charge. Bringing in Washington obviously changed that dynamic quite a bit.
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