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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:10 pm 
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Geoff Collins is reported to be in ATL talking with Tech right now. Once you do that, you'd better close the deal.

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Whisenhunt removed his name. They seem to be focusing on Collins.


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http://www2.philly.com/news/geoff-colli ... 81206.html

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:44 pm 
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Collins was indeed hired by GT.

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some people will do anything to get out of a trip to Shreveport. (seriously, wonder who Temple will target as their next head man?); Lance Leipold of Buffalo would be an intriguing name.


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some people will do anything to get out of a trip to Shreveport. (seriously, wonder who Temple will target as their next head man?); Lance Leipold of Buffalo would be an intriguing name.


I agree. Leipold would be the first name I'd look at, though there are others.


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Personnel and coaching transition to "Pro style" offense will make an interesting year(s) for GT fans. Too bad we don't have GT on the schedule anymore. However Temple does in Philly next year.


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tulaneoutlaw wrote:
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some people will do anything to get out of a trip to Shreveport. (seriously, wonder who Temple will target as their next head man?); Lance Leipold of Buffalo would be an intriguing name.


I agree. Leipold would be the first name I'd look at, though there are others.


I'd look at Chip Long, OC at Notre Dame.

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They hire Manny Diaz, the DC at Miami.

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He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.


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He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.


Who says he can't recruit South Florida at his new job?


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He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.


Who says he can't recruit South Florida at his new job?


I count 13 Florida players on their current roster. They are understandably heavy in PA and NJ, but it seems like they've already made some good inroads in Florida. Diaz should only strengthen that.


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Baywave1 wrote:
FW wrote:
He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.


Who says he can't recruit South Florida at his new job?


That’s not what I meant. I worded it poorly. He’s not going to have the same talent at Temple.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:36 pm 
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Not going to be playing Clemson either, so it's all relative.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 1:16 pm 
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FW wrote:
He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.

Not so much at Texas -
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In 2012, Diaz guided the Texas Longhorns to the worst defense in school history. On September 7, 2013, the Longhorns' defense, under Diaz, gave up a school record 550 yards rushing to Brigham Young University, including 257 to quarterback Taysom Hill. The following day, Mack Brown described the defensive performance as "unacceptable" and relieved Diaz of his duties as defensive coordinator.


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sr wrote:
FW wrote:
He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.

Not so much at Texas -
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In 2012, Diaz guided the Texas Longhorns to the worst defense in school history. On September 7, 2013, the Longhorns' defense, under Diaz, gave up a school record 550 yards rushing to Brigham Young University, including 257 to quarterback Taysom Hill. The following day, Mack Brown described the defensive performance as "unacceptable" and relieved Diaz of his duties as defensive coordinator.


A lot of that had to do with the situation at Texas with Mack Brown, but you’re right, his defense wasn’t good there.


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FW wrote:
sr wrote:
FW wrote:
He was really good at Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do without South Florida talent. His defenses blitz, blitz and then blitz some more.

Not so much at Texas -
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In 2012, Diaz guided the Texas Longhorns to the worst defense in school history. On September 7, 2013, the Longhorns' defense, under Diaz, gave up a school record 550 yards rushing to Brigham Young University, including 257 to quarterback Taysom Hill. The following day, Mack Brown described the defensive performance as "unacceptable" and relieved Diaz of his duties as defensive coordinator.


A lot of that had to do with the situation at Texas with Mack Brown, but you’re right, his defense wasn’t good there.


Also, it was Taysom Hill. They did well to hold him to 257


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Temple’s last 4 head coaches have gone on to be HC at Miami, Boston College, Baylor and Georgia Tech. A lot of people think Manny replaces Richt at Miami


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