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    Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Starting to come out now that Greg Brown, who was most recently on the Colorado staff, will be named the DB coach at Alabama:

    http://alabama.247sports.com/Board/1...do--15357788/1
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    Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Well, alright. We roll on.

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    The same Colorado that plays in Colorado?

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Reading up this guy ain't no puppy. Specializes in CBs mostly. Probably more of a coach-em-up than crutin type.

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Really good NFL and college resume. Has coached some very good DB's.

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    I thought CNS was going to the NFL. Why is he hiring for Alabama?

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Hadn't you heard, the whole staff is going.


    Quote Originally Posted by TexasBama View Post
    I thought CNS was going to the NFL. Why is he hiring for Alabama?

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Looks to be a good addition the coaching staff RTR.
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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Quote Originally Posted by rolltide7854 View Post
    Hadn't you heard, the whole staff is going.

    I thought the whole athletic department was going...

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Every assistant coach Saban has hired at Bama have been great recruiters as well as great position coaches..Coach Brown should be no exception..Coach Brown sounds like a Coach Pendry type hire with his NFL background.And Coach Pendry lit up the recruiting trail at times when he was here..

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Recruiting will come easy for a coach when wearing that Alabama polo on visits. He has a lot of experience but I need to look closer for the Saban connection which I'm sure is there somewhere.

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    Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Recruiting will come easy for a coach when wearing that Alabama polo on visits. He has a lot of experience but I need to look closer for the Saban connection which I'm sure is there somewhere.
    Doesn't have to have a connection. "If the shoes fits," sometimes, works just as well.

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    Re: Greg Brown to be Alabama's DB Coach - (Link to Bio Information)

    Here's his Bio and coaching experience prior to returning to Colorado (and source)

    Date of Birth: Oct. 10, 1957,Denver
    High School: Arvada, Colo., High School
    College: Texas-El Paso (1980
    Playing experience: UTEP defensive back, 1977-80
    Family: Wife, Stacie, daughters Hannah and Grace



    Greg Brown's Coaching History

    1981 Graduate assistant, defense, UTEP
    1982 Defensive assistant Green Mountain High School Lakewood, Colo.
    1983-84 Secondary coach. Denver Gold, USFL
    1984 Defensive QC, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    1985 Offensive QC, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    1986 U-Back/TEs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    1987-88 Secondary coach, Wyoming
    1989-90 Secondary coach, Purdue
    1991-93 Secondary coach, Colorado
    1994 Secondary coach, Atlanta Falcons
    1995-96 Secondary coach, San Diego Chargers
    1997-98 Secondary coach, Tennessee Oilers
    1999 Secondary coach, San Francisco 49ers
    2000-01 Secondary coach, Atlanta Falcons
    2002 Defensive QC, New Orleans Saints
    2003-05 Cornerbacks coach, New Orleans Saints
    2006-09 Defensive pass coordinator/DBs


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    "A long way," he said after being asked how far the Crimson Tide had come since Coach Nick Saban arrived three years ago. "I guess you could say it's the distance from Shreveport to Pasadena."
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