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Which CUSA coach gets the Miami job?
For humor sake, the Lane train and the turnover chain are made for each other.
However for ODU fans I rather see Butch Davis leave, he really has that FIU program growing.
12-30-2018 06:04 PM
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RE: Which CUSA coach gets the Miami job?
(12-30-2018 06:04 PM)HeadsetGuy Wrote:  For humor sake, the Lane train and the turnover chain are made for each other.
However for ODU fans I rather see Butch Davis leave, he really has that FIU program growing.

I could definitely see Lane train in Miami if he had FAU rolling this season like he did last year. I don't see any CUSA coach on Miamis radar.
12-30-2018 07:21 PM
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RE: Which CUSA coach gets the Miami job?
They're taking Manny Dias back from Xemple, and paying them $4M for a guy that was on staff two weeks ago.

Xemple is also getting $2.5M from what's-his-face's (Geoff Collins) buyout that lead to Dias being hired.
12-31-2018 08:33 AM
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