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RE: 2017 football coaching changes
(10-10-2017 12:07 PM)HerdZoned Wrote:  
(10-10-2017 11:58 AM)Luckyshot Wrote:  No one looks to be having that good a season. Clark and Wilson are the most likely ones to be in danger.

Neither have really proven themselves on the field as a HC just yet:

Bill Clark
2014 6-6, 4-4
2017 3-2, 1-1

Frank Wilson
2016 6-7, 5-3, lost the New Mexico Bowl
2017 3-1, 0-1

I think an AD may see that they have potential but then again neither have shown they can win and win and then win again.

I like both of them but looking at it as a IA AD would I just don't know if anyone is willing to pull the trigger on either just yet.
Oh, I agree. That's why I started that with, "No one looks to be having that good of a season." Then I just threw out two names that are considered up and coming coaches. UNT's coach could've been listed as well. I guess LTech has the only coach with sustained success, but there is no sign of him taking that next step that might get him serious looks from high resource schools.
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RE: 2017 football coaching changes
(10-10-2017 12:56 PM)cotton1991 Wrote:  
(10-09-2017 02:59 PM)Luckyshot Wrote:  [
I wonder what they have on Anderson to get him to walk away from that much money? Is living in Oregon that bad?

I don't think it means anything other than the parties agreed not to go through lengthy litigation. It was in all likelihood settled for a fixed sum with both parties waiving their contractual rights in agreement for the payment.

This. My guess would be somewhere around $5 million.
10-10-2017 11:20 PM
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(10-09-2017 02:49 PM)usm99 Wrote:  This covers FBS coaches who started the season (or was suppose to start the season like Hugh Freeze) but are no longer part of that school regardless of the reason:

Ole Miss - Hugh Freeze (July 21)
UTEP - Sean Kugler (Oct 1)
Oregon St - Gary Anderson (Oct 9)

Can Bielema at Arkansas last much longer? I think he is in year 5 and has not delivered big yet.
10-11-2017 09:40 AM
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RE: 2017 football coaching changes
(10-09-2017 02:59 PM)Luckyshot Wrote:  
(10-09-2017 02:54 PM)usm99 Wrote:  
(10-09-2017 02:49 PM)usm99 Wrote:  This covers FBS coaches who started the season (or was suppose to start the season like Hugh Freeze) but are no longer part of that school regardless of the reason:

Ole Miss - Hugh Freeze (July 21)
UTEP - Sean Kugler (Oct 1)
Oregon St - Gary Anderson (Oct 9)

http://www.espn.com/college-football/sto...y-andersen

The university announced Monday that the parties have mutually parted ways and agreed to release each other from the remaining contractual obligations. Andersen was under contract through the 2021 season.

Andersen signed a contract extension in December and had more than $12.4 million remaining on the deal. Oregon State owed him $883,332 for the rest of this season, $2.75 million for 2018, $2.85 million for 2019, $2.95 million for 2020 and $3.05 million for 2021.

I wonder what they have on Anderson to get him to walk away from that much money? Is living in Oregon that bad?

Interesting take here:

http://www.espn.com/college-football/sto...t-exchange

Tuesday, The Oregonian/OregonLive released several text messages exchanged between Andersen and one of its reporters over the past six weeks that provided some perspective on the former coach's decision.

Andersen began to openly criticize his assistants before Oregon State's loss to Minnesota on Sept. 9.
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