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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Move Coach Kool to OLB which is essentially a DE with coverage skills and bring back Bo Davis. Not saying it could happen but that would be a formidable D-Line.

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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Didn't CNS go "youth" about this time last year in order to be a better recruiting team? It worked, obviously.

    But now it's apparent they weren't ready to coach so my question is what happens during the next recruiting cycle if we are losing all these great recruiters?

    Hope we don't make the same mistake but in reverse this time.

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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Just saw the name being floated for spot on staff: Bob Bostad.
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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Quote Originally Posted by rtr90 View Post
    Hearing Sal Sunseri name for LB coach from other boards. I could distinctly remember him complaining about hours of work with Saban and then his son leaving and some comments.

    Looks like CNS has already forgiven son.
    I believe it's Vinnie, not Sal.
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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Quote Originally Posted by JustNeedMe81 View Post
    Just saw the name being floated for spot on staff: Bob Bostad.
    https://twitter.com/ESPNRittenberg/s...20453057757186

    Hearing top candidates for #RollTide offensive line job are Kyle Flood, most recently Atlanta Falcons assistant offensive line coach, and #Wisconsin assistant Bob Bostad. Bostad currently coaches LBs but built rep as Wisconsin's O-line coach from 2008-11 and then with 2 NFL teams

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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Vinnie....Loved his play @ Bama...Left too early.
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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)


    https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2019/1/16/18186046/alabama-coaches-leaving-staff

    this article does a nice job of highlighting the 2 extremes. Bama's turnover is extreme but so too is Clemson's lack of turnover. I understand their coordinators being satisfied somewhat but surprised the position coaches aren't jumping for promotions elsewhere.

    I also think it makes Saban / Bama's run even more impressive in a lot of ways.



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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    He has experience coaching ILB.

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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Quote Originally Posted by rtr90 View Post
    Hearing Sal Sunseri name for LB coach from other boards. I could distinctly remember him complaining about hours of work with Saban and then his son leaving and some comments.

    Looks like CNS has already forgiven son.
    I heard about this from an insurance colleague of mine at an event I attended last month about Vinnie doing an about face from the insurance field and coming back as a GA and Sal would be coming back too. I saw a video clip of some on field pregame warm ups and I have to say I was envious.


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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Yeah that defense was pretty stout this year for Wisconsin. Reading his bio though, makes you think he will definitely be more in the running for the O-line coach given his experience and reputation for putting guys in the league. Regardless, he is a great coach looks like.
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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    Let's look at the changes thus far and you tell me where the entitlement nature is at play:

    Locks - goes from OC to HC in his home area

    Key - took lateral move to alma mater and all signs are it was a "suggested" move

    Enos - got the play calling duties he wanted as OC that Saban obviously wasn't going to give him

    Gattis - see Enos

    Tosh - goes from DC to NFL position coach, and move appears to be pushed by Saban

    You can argue if Gattis or Enos was ready for the duties, but how are any of those moves based on coaches and their families being "entitled?"

    As in the business world, some guys are more content with maybe not making as much or having the success if it means comparable money and more family time (Key and Gattis each have little kids).
    I was just trying to draw a general contrast between the environment of being an assistant 40 yrs ago and what it has evolved into today. Loyalty, commitment, and honoring agreements are now secondary because of the huge amount of money that can be made in the coaching ranks.

    Leaving to accept a promotion or upward career move is understandable, as in the case of Enos and Gattis imo, if no agreements were violated.

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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    And we know Wisc doesnt pay much for coaches ... see Bilema

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiderollin32 View Post
    Yeah that defense was pretty stout this year for Wisconsin. Reading his bio though, makes you think he will definitely be more in the running for the O-line coach given his experience and reputation for putting guys in the league. Regardless, he is a great coach looks like.
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    Re: UA Coaching Carousel (Locks, Gattis, Key, Enos, Tosh, and ???)

    Quote Originally Posted by deliveryman35 View Post
    I was just trying to draw a general contrast between the environment of being an assistant 40 yrs ago and what it has evolved into today. Loyalty, commitment, and honoring agreements are now secondary because of the huge amount of money that can be made in the coaching ranks.

    Leaving to accept a promotion or upward career move is understandable, as in the case of Enos and Gattis imo, if no agreements were violated.
    “Violated” is a bit of a fuzzy area now with the buyout clauses in these contracts. The only thing violated most likely was an eye to eye agreement with CNS.


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