In that same thread, one of my most "favorite" posters, the legend in his own mind, stated that having two super bowl rings doesn't mean anything to young kids because they are 20 year old rings..... Another poster suggested that he can't be too good of a coach since he went from coaching the Dallas Cowboys (when they were good) for 7 years to coaching at (UH) Houston and SJSU the last 5 years. Thought this could make some discussion. My thoughts: 1. Jeffcoat's motivation of where he coaches is probably different than a lot of DL coaches that are trying to make it up the ladder. (Ego and $$$ are probably not his primary concern) 2. Jeffcoat's results coaching for the Cowboys, UH, and SJSU look damn good. Really good in fact. 3. Jeffcoat is on Mac's staff because he wants to. They spent time together under Parcells. 4. Two superbowl rings as a player, top 25 all time in the NFL in sacks.... kids don't care about that stuff. I think we are pretty damn lucky to have a guy like this and at this point in time, second guessing the guy's abilities is pretty darn laughable to me. The one good nugget in the article is that he expects his DL guys to be lighter and more in shape, as they sometimes can't get off the field, and need to be ready to go. It's a fact of life in the PAC12 guys that teams are going to run a lot of plays and quickly and you got to defend it. Tupou at 350 won't help us in that situation. P.S. I do not post on Rivals. I retired my account a few months back, but I do login from my buddy's account from time to time. Any information gleaned from the rivals content is shared here only to spark discussion. If this needs to be removed Mods, let me know. Adam does a great job over there btw.