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Conference by conference. AAC: UConn & Tulsa:

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What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
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Poseidon wrote:What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
you do realize that if we beat Auburn and they do fire Malzahn, Fritz will be near the top of their wish list
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Johnny Mac wrote:
Poseidon wrote:What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
you do realize that if we beat Auburn and they do fire Malzahn, Fritz will be near the top of their wish list
WHAT?! Come on, Johnny.

Iowa State is the best guess but I wouldn’t be surprised if they went back to the Toledo well. I expect them to be very MAC good again. I also wouldn’t be surprised if ISU had a slightly tougher year and Campbell started to realize YOU DON’T TAKE THE IOWA STATE JOB when you’re young and things are going well.
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long green wrote:
Johnny Mac wrote:
Poseidon wrote:What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
you do realize that if we beat Auburn and they do fire Malzahn, Fritz will be near the top of their wish list
WHAT?! Come on, Johnny..
You don't think the PTB at Auburn wouldn't sit up and take notice of what Fritz has done here if we show up on the Plains and beat them at Jordan Hare? BTW, I said "near the top".. didn't say he'd be THE top of the list.
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Named in article the day Malzahn is carried out of the building feet-first? Yes. Near the top of the actual list (such as those are)? No.
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Johnny Mac wrote:
long green wrote:
Johnny Mac wrote:
Poseidon wrote:What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
you do realize that if we beat Auburn and they do fire Malzahn, Fritz will be near the top of their wish list
WHAT?! Come on, Johnny..
You don't think the PTB at Auburn wouldn't sit up and take notice of what Fritz has done here if we show up on the Plains and beat them at Jordan Hare? BTW, I said "near the top".. didn't say he'd be THE top of the list.

The PTB at Auburn would go after Norvell at Memphis before CWF. That said, I think there is a better chance they throw 8-10 Million at Dabo than interview Fritz. Most likely they will hire a P5 coach. That is what they do. Malzahn was at Arky State, but they hired him because he was OC for their NC team. i could see them going after Mike Gundy, Matt Rhule, Matt Campbell, or Dino Babers. Aranda at LSU could be an option as well.
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Fritz may be very content where he is now. He can certainly see what he has built in a very short time and how recruiting could hit another gear. He seems to love New Orleans. What is the most we would pay to keep him.

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tjtlja wrote:Fritz may be very content where he is now. He can certainly see what he has built in a very short time and how recruiting could hit another gear. He seems to love New Orleans. What is the most we would pay to keep him.
Idk what the upper limit is, but if he sustains success here we should back the truck up. We may not keep him, but we would signal to others we are serious about hiring winners

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tulaneoutlaw wrote:
tjtlja wrote:Fritz may be very content where he is now. He can certainly see what he has built in a very short time and how recruiting could hit another gear. He seems to love New Orleans. What is the most we would pay to keep him.
Idk what the upper limit is, but if he sustains success here we should back the truck up. We may not keep him, but we would signal to others we are serious about hiring winners
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Poseidon wrote:
Johnny Mac wrote:
long green wrote:
Johnny Mac wrote:
Poseidon wrote:What jumps out at me is there aren't really any places that would go after CWF. Kansas, K-State and the rest of the Big 12 schools are pretty set. Iowa State's coach could be poached and they might go after Fritz. The rest of the jobs that could come open are not in the region, not better or too blue-blooded(Auburn & FSU). Who know what will happen, but CWF looks safe for the time being.
you do realize that if we beat Auburn and they do fire Malzahn, Fritz will be near the top of their wish list
WHAT?! Come on, Johnny..
You don't think the PTB at Auburn wouldn't sit up and take notice of what Fritz has done here if we show up on the Plains and beat them at Jordan Hare? BTW, I said "near the top".. didn't say he'd be THE top of the list.

The PTB at Auburn would go after Norvell at Memphis before CWF. That said, I think there is a better chance they throw 8-10 Million at Dabo than interview Fritz. Most likely they will hire a P5 coach. That is what they do. Malzahn was at Arky State, but they hired him because he was OC for their NC team. i could see them going after Mike Gundy, Matt Rhule, Matt Campbell, or Dino Babers. Aranda at LSU could be an option as well.
Swinney already makes that sort of money where he is. If Auburn were smart Malzahn would be safe until Saban leaves. But if they were smart they wouldn't be Auburn.
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