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RE: Coaching changes 2020-21- it's not done yet!!!!
(Yesterday 09:31 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  
(Yesterday 09:08 PM)bullet Wrote:  
(Yesterday 07:00 PM)stever20 Wrote:  
(Yesterday 06:59 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(Yesterday 01:29 PM)ken d Wrote:  To the extent that it could be called a premier job, it's only because they are in the SEC, not because their performance warrants it.

The Tennessee job remains a premier job not just because it's in the SEC, but because of their long pedigree of success and the 100,000 fans who fill the stadium.

It's a premier job, despite the lousy performance of the past years.

being a top 21-25 job isn't a premiere job.

There aren't 20 better jobs. Missouri? Arizona? Iowa? North Carolina? List them.
There are about 10 clearly better. Tennessee is in the middle of that second 10.

Tennessee is one of 18 schools to win an AP MNC since 1984. They are one of only 21 to win one since 1960 (Georgia, Pitt and BYU 84 or prior). Oregon outside of that group is the only school that might be considered top 20. And do you really think Oregon is a better job than Tennessee? Is Pitt? Is BYU? That puts them #18 at the worst.

Sure there are. If it's so great then explain why the last three head coaches were Derek Dooley, Butch Jones, and Jeremy Pruitt.

I agree that there may be 20 better jobs out there, but it is only because of the total cluster cuck that has been the relationships between the UT President, the UT Boosters, the UT AD, and one old coach who stabbed Johnny Majors in the back.
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