Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by SF_BUFF, Dec 10, 2012.
This is an incredible hire. I can't wait to be in Boulder to see how this plays out.
Why is this such a big deal?
For one thing, it's huge for recruiting in Texas.
They don't have a single commit from a Texas prep....
He played for the Cowboys and coached at Houston. He's much more known there than Kanavis McGee and he was pretty successful.
They're a WAC school from San Jose, entirely different situation based on budget, etc. I get that your role is to play the skeptic, but Jeffcoat will prove instrumental in recruiting Texas and improving our DL. It's a huge upgrade. Watch and learn, he has tons of connections.
smoke some weed and go to bed, this will still shake out, no need to get worked up yet.
We're entering the honeymoon phase. HCMM walks on water, and he's the next best thing since sliced bread. :gobuffs:
Until our first 3 and out vs CSU. Then we'll be calculating his buyout costs and wondering why the **** Solich isn't forking over a large percentage of it.
I would imagine seeing JJ walk into your high school coach's office wearing both Super Bowl rings and then hearing him talk about working with recently successful coach Kevin Sumlin would get the player's attention.
This guy is gonna be our point man for recruiting in Texas. That's why I see this as a great move.
Jim Jeffcoat is a big name in TX. IIRC, he played college ball at ASU but played for the Dallas Cowboys, coached for UH with Sumlin and his son was a big time recruit from Plano (went to UT), a Dallas suburb and home to many local HS teams of significance in TX. He is, in short, a huge asset in TX recruiting.
Hmmm...Greg Brown must have had a better offer :rofl:
Put him on a plane to Chandler, AZ
Jeffcoat meet Kisma
Kisma meet Jeffcoat
Now lets get Buffacized!
Ya, get Buffacized and Jeffcoated! Devilcized isn't quite as nice.
It's huge for Hugegroove too!
Kisma has already submitted his paperwork with ASU.
Your news. I hate it.
Not sure if you are serious.
Please do some research on him and then get back to me.
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