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RE: Football Continuity
(01-14-2021 08:35 AM)Dannyboy Wrote:  It’s about having a good system in place and bringing in people who fit the system, not the other way around. CLF has built a culture. We can lose a person and replace them with someone else who fits the culture and we’re fine. That applies to coaches and players.
Yeah, obviously it's not good to lose both coordinators at once. But this is a thread about program continuity. And as far as I can tell, we're currently experiencing the best 3/4 year stretch of success + continuity in program history. Which is why I think this is silly.



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01-14-2021 11:08 AM
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(01-14-2021 11:08 AM)Cataclysmo Wrote:  Yeah, obviously it's not good to lose both coordinators at once. But this is a thread about program continuity. And as far as I can tell, we're currently experiencing the best 3/4 year stretch of success + continuity in program history. Which is why I think this is silly.
Thank you for your critique and observation: how senseless this thread. In the future I will forgo these inane type posts and I apologize for offending anyone’s intelligence.

I viewed Coach Fickell as the tiller and the position coaches as the rudder. Both are paramount to successfully pilot the ship.

Oops. There I go again with a silly analogy. Sorry.
 
01-14-2021 05:23 PM
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RE: Football Continuity
(01-14-2021 05:23 PM)cpawstoney Wrote:  
(01-14-2021 11:08 AM)Cataclysmo Wrote:  Yeah, obviously it's not good to lose both coordinators at once. But this is a thread about program continuity. And as far as I can tell, we're currently experiencing the best 3/4 year stretch of success + continuity in program history. Which is why I think this is silly.
Thank you for your critique and observation: how senseless this thread. In the future I will forgo these inane type posts and I apologize for offending anyone’s intelligence.

I viewed Coach Fickell as the tiller and the position coaches as the rudder. Both are paramount to successfully pilot the ship.

Oops. There I go again with a silly analogy. Sorry.

It was a legit Q. It brought some interesting conversation but sometimes we just need to be more Supportive of a different viewpoints. Sometimes the comments are a little bit harsh. Not necessarily in this particular thread.
 
01-14-2021 10:13 PM
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Look, don't take it personally. Every single offseason, as soon as the games stop, we start getting these threads that overreact to every single crumb of news that comes out over the next 8 months. It's completely fair to be concerned about losing Denbrock and Freeman. I just think it's absurd to think that their departures are somehow indicative of a lack of continuity within the program, especially when you consider how long most of our assistants have stuck around during this run of success.

To-date, Coach Fick has turned down overtures from Louisville, Florida State, WVU, etc. and straight up turned down the offer from Michigan State. That's just remarkably rare at this level. And I feel like it should be the first topic of conversation when discussing continuity.
 
01-15-2021 12:08 PM
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(01-15-2021 12:08 PM)Cataclysmo Wrote:  Look, don't take it personally. Every single offseason, as soon as the games stop, we start getting these threads that overreact to every single crumb of news that comes out over the next 8 months. It's completely fair to be concerned about losing Denbrock and Freeman. I just think it's absurd to think that their departures are somehow indicative of a lack of continuity within the program, especially when you consider how long most of our assistants have stuck around during this run of success.

To-date, Coach Fick has turned down overtures from Louisville, Florida State, WVU, etc. and straight up turned down the offer from Michigan State. That's just remarkably rare at this level. And I feel like it should be the first topic of conversation when discussing continuity.

Agree, I get a kick out of the Enquirer article today on the new commitment and portraying the recruiting as continuing thru a "rocky" time. I read a comment from a national writer recently who said college football fans at 99% of the programs are all looking for a new offensive coordinator every year.
 
01-15-2021 12:34 PM
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Hell, at this point Saban is basically proving he can win every year with a suicide squad of revolving has-beens on his staff. I don't think Fick is happy to replace anyone, but he's made great hires at almost every step of the way. No reason to think this will be different.
 
01-15-2021 12:47 PM
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