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Nice article on expectations for head coaches

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  1. buffaholic

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    buffs, HotRack and MiamiBuffs like this.
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    Clean Undies Flagship of the 12-Pac Club Member

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    Nine, ten, ten and nine win seasons and the nubs are restless with Bo. Classy.
     
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    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    I wish we those expectations.
     
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    Rep. That's a great article about how skewed this business is. People here should take note as they call for Brown and Embrees head with only 1 season and 1/3 of a recruiting class under their belts. And, like Pellini, a rookie head coach at that who will have to learn how to do the job on our dime. Patience.
     
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    Good article. Coaching stability is key to success.
     
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    A novel - but a good read. Rep.
     
  7. buffaholic

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    Not just Embree.... First time coordinators on both sides.

    I am comfortable with progress I saw this year. Need to get some guys in this class who play right away. When we start recruiting for long term foundation and not short term needs, we will be there. That will be class of 2014 if we recruit and develop as needed. Lot of heavy lifting right now.
     

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