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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    I regret that Grantham did not punch out James Franklin in the UGA/Vanderbilt game in Nashville a couple of years ago.
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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by The Ols View Post
    Here's an interesting note. Leavitt out as DC at Oregon?

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...r-two-seasons/
    Wonder what Thibodaux thinks of that


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexanderFan View Post
    Wonder what Thibodaux thinks of that


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    I hope he regrets his decision. I have regretted a few in my life.

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    I'd like to know that, AND what happened?It's an odd midnight run type thing...
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    Wonder what Thibodeaux thinks of that


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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    When in Tijuana, ALWAYS check for the Adam's apple...
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    I hope he regrets his decision. I have regretted a few in my life.

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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by The Ols View Post
    When in Tijuana, ALWAYS check for the Adam's apple...


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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexanderFan View Post
    Wonder what Thibodaux thinks of that


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    Apparently Leavitt was ticked he didn't get the head job and wasn't on the recruitng trail for the last year. He was under contract and basically being a defiant yet compliant employee. I doubt Thibodaux made his choice based on the DC because he was being shielded from the recruits.
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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Apparently Leavitt was ticked he didn't get the head job and wasn't on the recruitng trail for the last year. He was under contract and basically being a defiant yet compliant employee. I doubt Thibodaux made his choice based on the DC because he was being shielded from the recruits.
    Good info, thanks


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    The news broke just after 4 p.m. on campus. And by 5 p.m., Oregon’s prized defensive recruit offered a quick, strong reaction via social media.
    “The transfer portal hasn’t even crossed my universe,” tweeted five-star defensive lineman Kayvon Thibodeaux. “Stop askin.’”

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Personally, I think Grantham is an idiot coach and you'll be fine. It don't take a genius to run engage eight like its EA Sports NCAA Football
    Here's a quote from a UGA fan on an SEC board. Note that I said "UGA fan".

    "His issue at UGA was overly complex schemes. Maybe the Dawgs were too dumb for him.

    I've never seen a team with so many blown assignments."

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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    A few notes from Golding’s original interview with Saban:

    By 2:15, Golding had settled into his comfort zone. That’s when Saban had him up on the board. Golding, relying on the running checklist he always jots down on the left side of the dry-erase board, diagrammed X’s and O’s with marker in hand, walking Saban through his defensive system. He ran through its Day 1, base installation to the nuances of the answers for each play an offense might throw at it to each player’s responsibility for every possible formation it could face. Over the course of the next five hours, it flowed into a natural conversation, with both coaches bouncing ideas off each other, explaining what they liked best.

    At one point during the afternoon, Saban ducked out of the room and told a senior staffer that it was as impressive as any coaching interview he’d ever had in Tuscaloosa. He had Golding on the board for five hours. Golding never did make it back to UTSA campus. Saban hired the 34-year-old that night as his 10th assistant, designating him as the Tide’s co-defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach. Golding’s experience working with the secondary was key in Saban’s eyes as a counterbalance to Tosh Lupoi, who had just been elevated to defensive coordinator.

    Where Golding really shined at UTSA was changing the look from week to week and attacking where the offenses were most vulnerable, while also making coverage tweaks with the free safety’s responsibility. For instance, before the game against Arizona State, the Roadrunners had shown an odd-front look for two games, but against the Sun Devils they lined up in four-down fronts predominantly on base downs to throw the Sun Devils off-balance with an array of disguises and bluffs.

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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonForce View Post
    A few notes from Golding’s original interview with Saban:

    By 2:15, Golding had settled into his comfort zone. That’s when Saban had him up on the board. Golding, relying on the running checklist he always jots down on the left side of the dry-erase board, diagrammed X’s and O’s with marker in hand, walking Saban through his defensive system. He ran through its Day 1, base installation to the nuances of the answers for each play an offense might throw at it to each player’s responsibility for every possible formation it could face. Over the course of the next five hours, it flowed into a natural conversation, with both coaches bouncing ideas off each other, explaining what they liked best.

    At one point during the afternoon, Saban ducked out of the room and told a senior staffer that it was as impressive as any coaching interview he’d ever had in Tuscaloosa. He had Golding on the board for five hours. Golding never did make it back to UTSA campus. Saban hired the 34-year-old that night as his 10th assistant, designating him as the Tide’s co-defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach. Golding’s experience working with the secondary was key in Saban’s eyes as a counterbalance to Tosh Lupoi, who had just been elevated to defensive coordinator.

    Where Golding really shined at UTSA was changing the look from week to week and attacking where the offenses were most vulnerable, while also making coverage tweaks with the free safety’s responsibility. For instance, before the game against Arizona State, the Roadrunners had shown an odd-front look for two games, but against the Sun Devils they lined up in four-down fronts predominantly on base downs to throw the Sun Devils off-balance with an array of disguises and bluffs.
    I had never read that before you posted, thank you! I knew Golding had the goods but have not really read anything on him. One thing is for sure...to be the DC at Bama you better be good or be one and done.
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    Re: 2018-19 Coaching Carousel (other than Bama)...

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonForce View Post
    A few notes from Golding’s original interview with Saban:

    By 2:15, Golding had settled into his comfort zone. That’s when Saban had him up on the board. Golding, relying on the running checklist he always jots down on the left side of the dry-erase board, diagrammed X’s and O’s with marker in hand, walking Saban through his defensive system. He ran through its Day 1, base installation to the nuances of the answers for each play an offense might throw at it to each player’s responsibility for every possible formation it could face. Over the course of the next five hours, it flowed into a natural conversation, with both coaches bouncing ideas off each other, explaining what they liked best.

    At one point during the afternoon, Saban ducked out of the room and told a senior staffer that it was as impressive as any coaching interview he’d ever had in Tuscaloosa. He had Golding on the board for five hours. Golding never did make it back to UTSA campus. Saban hired the 34-year-old that night as his 10th assistant, designating him as the Tide’s co-defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach. Golding’s experience working with the secondary was key in Saban’s eyes as a counterbalance to Tosh Lupoi, who had just been elevated to defensive coordinator.

    Where Golding really shined at UTSA was changing the look from week to week and attacking where the offenses were most vulnerable, while also making coverage tweaks with the free safety’s responsibility. For instance, before the game against Arizona State, the Roadrunners had shown an odd-front look for two games, but against the Sun Devils they lined up in four-down fronts predominantly on base downs to throw the Sun Devils off-balance with an array of disguises and bluffs.
    Wow! Thanks for posting, CF!

    Now I am really excited about Golding as our DC!

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