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    Quote Originally Posted by John Anthony View Post
    UT could owe Schiano millions in a one day buyout.
    That would be incredibly awesome!!!
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    Backlash spurs Tennessee to renege on offer to Greg Schiano This is a good read for anybody who doesn't believe what the UT fans did was way off base.

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    Frost should be named Nebraska’s coach tomorrow. (Fans willing)

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    So if things end up the way they could you would have coaches in the SEC:

    Nick Saban- Bama
    Jimbo Fisher- Texas A&M
    Dan Mullen- Florida
    Will Muschamp- South Carolina
    Kirby Smart- Georgia
    Gus Malzon- Auburn
    Lane Kiffin- Miss St, Arkansas.
    Ed Ogeron aka Farmer Fran- LSU

    That would be a HUGE upgrade for the conference.

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    As a UT hater I hoped they hired Schiano. If I were in their shoes I would have done the same.

    They'll never do it but at this stage I'm calling Les Miles.

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    There are reports that TN will owe Schiano $20 million in a buyout for a contract that was signed but TN backed out of it. But only speculation on this. Fox Sports Knoxville mentioned this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcats View Post
    As a UT hater I hoped they hired Schiano. If I were in their shoes I would have done the same.

    They'll never do it but at this stage I'm calling Les Miles.
    I have to think Les Miles is too smart to take a job at this dumpster fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman View Post
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    There are reports that TN will owe Schiano $20 million in a buyout for a contract that was signed but TN backed out of it. But only speculation on this. Fox Sports Knoxville mentioned this.
    Good lord that's a good pay day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcats View Post
    As a UT hater I hoped they hired Schiano. If I were in their shoes I would have done the same.

    They'll never do it but at this stage I'm calling Les Miles.
    Why did you want them to hire Schiano? You just not think he's a good coach?

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    Ole Miss has removed the "interim" tag off Matt Luke officially making him the new head coach of the Rebels

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    Quote Originally Posted by All State Baseball View Post
    Ole Miss has removed the "interim" tag off Matt Luke officially making him the new head coach of the Rebels
    That was an easy one. It would be hard to make a compelling pitch to a coach without knowing what the sanctions are going to be. Plus Matt Luke has kind of overachieved with this team. Good decision by Ole Miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Why did you want them to hire Schiano? You just not think he's a good coach?
    I don't. What has he done to make you think otherwise? His record at Rutgers is meh and he was a complete joke in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Baxter View Post
    So if things end up the way they could you would have coaches in the SEC:

    Nick Saban- Bama
    Jimbo Fisher- Texas A&M
    Dan Mullen- Florida
    Will Muschamp- South Carolina
    Kirby Smart- Georgia
    Gus Malzon- Auburn
    Lane Kiffin- Miss St, Arkansas.
    Ed Ogeron aka Farmer Fran- LSU

    That would be a HUGE upgrade for the conference.
    All but too of those guys are already coaches in the SEC? Would adding Fisher and Kiffin be a HUGE upgrade? Hell half of those guys are maybe above average at best to start with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    I don't. What has he done to make you think otherwise? His record at Rutgers is meh and he was a complete joke in the NFL.
    You know what Rutgers was when he took over, right? To be around .500 for his stint there is nothing short of remarkable. That program was not much better than a High School team. In the NFL, yeah it was joke level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    I don't. What has he done to make you think otherwise? His record at Rutgers is meh and he was a complete joke in the NFL.
    He was a pretty darn good coach at Rutgers and there is a long list of good college coaches who couldn't get it done in the NFL.

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