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RE: Tony Tokarz OC possibly
(01-05-2022 11:03 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  Not to mention it's purely speculation that Brady would want to coach

First, he could definitely be a QB coach. He knows the position. Not every former player has to start as an analyst. He has also been working with the team this season.

Second, no it's not speculation. He's stated that has been a goal for more than a year. He called as many plays on the field as QB than Norvell called from the sidelines. Many of our long runs were checks that Brady made, not the play called. Coach Norvell said that many times in coaches shows. It was one of the main reasons Brady was basically our only QB. He knew the offense well enough to call the whole game and had freedom to do quite a bit of it.
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RE: Tony Tokarz OC possibly
(01-05-2022 09:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 07:58 PM)Keeper Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 04:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 03:40 PM)EarthBoundMisfit Wrote:  Brady White. He knows the offense pretty well I'd say.
Just throwing that out there...don't roast me.

brady white isnt qualified to be anything other than an offensive analyst.

I am not sure about that. Has he defended his dissertation yet? He could be on the faculty, and I also believe he knows more about the offense than most position coaches in the country. He has always been a great student of the game and he has proven leadership ability. Promoting him to OC would be one of the boldest moves in College football history. Comparable to making Knute Rockne head coach at Notre Dame three years after he graduated from Notre Dame. He won six mythical national championships.(every national football championship has been mythical so far including the one they will play this Monday.)

Just because he was good at QB when he was here doesn't mean he knows how to call plays, how to make adjustments. Again, he's only qualified to be an offensive analyst today. He has zero coaching experience. Not saying he couldn't ever be a good coordinator. It's just not this season.

I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense
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RE: Tony Tokarz OC possibly
(01-07-2022 12:02 AM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 09:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 07:58 PM)Keeper Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 04:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 03:40 PM)EarthBoundMisfit Wrote:  Brady White. He knows the offense pretty well I'd say.
Just throwing that out there...don't roast me.

brady white isnt qualified to be anything other than an offensive analyst.

I am not sure about that. Has he defended his dissertation yet? He could be on the faculty, and I also believe he knows more about the offense than most position coaches in the country. He has always been a great student of the game and he has proven leadership ability. Promoting him to OC would be one of the boldest moves in College football history. Comparable to making Knute Rockne head coach at Notre Dame three years after he graduated from Notre Dame. He won six mythical national championships.(every national football championship has been mythical so far including the one they will play this Monday.)

Just because he was good at QB when he was here doesn't mean he knows how to call plays, how to make adjustments. Again, he's only qualified to be an offensive analyst today. He has zero coaching experience. Not saying he couldn't ever be a good coordinator. It's just not this season.

I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense

That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.
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(01-06-2022 12:39 AM)cscottl1981 Wrote:  What about Kevin’s brother, Jimmy?

Freakin' Jimmys Johns!
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(01-06-2022 11:43 PM)MvETigers Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 11:03 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  Not to mention it's purely speculation that Brady would want to coach

First, he could definitely be a QB coach. He knows the position. Not every former player has to start as an analyst. He has also been working with the team this season.

Second, no it's not speculation. He's stated that has been a goal for more than a year. He called as many plays on the field as QB than Norvell called from the sidelines. Many of our long runs were checks that Brady made, not the play called. Coach Norvell said that many times in coaches shows. It was one of the main reasons Brady was basically our only QB. He knew the offense well enough to call the whole game and had freedom to do quite a bit of it.

If he called an audible as many times as norvell called a play, then Norvell sucked at calling plays.
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(01-07-2022 09:20 AM)gotigers1 Wrote:  
(01-06-2022 12:39 AM)cscottl1981 Wrote:  What about Kevin’s brother, Jimmy?

Freakin' Jimmys Johns!


MTO Search Committee has this under control.
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(01-07-2022 12:05 PM)cscottl1981 Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 09:20 AM)gotigers1 Wrote:  
(01-06-2022 12:39 AM)cscottl1981 Wrote:  What about Kevin’s brother, Jimmy?

Freakin' Jimmys Johns!


MTO Search Committee has this under control.

I suggest we start here:
https://bit.ly/3teHKbg
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(01-07-2022 09:19 AM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 12:02 AM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 09:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 07:58 PM)Keeper Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 04:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  brady white isnt qualified to be anything other than an offensive analyst.

I am not sure about that. Has he defended his dissertation yet? He could be on the faculty, and I also believe he knows more about the offense than most position coaches in the country. He has always been a great student of the game and he has proven leadership ability. Promoting him to OC would be one of the boldest moves in College football history. Comparable to making Knute Rockne head coach at Notre Dame three years after he graduated from Notre Dame. He won six mythical national championships.(every national football championship has been mythical so far including the one they will play this Monday.)

Just because he was good at QB when he was here doesn't mean he knows how to call plays, how to make adjustments. Again, he's only qualified to be an offensive analyst today. He has zero coaching experience. Not saying he couldn't ever be a good coordinator. It's just not this season.

I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense

That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.

Um read the post that I responded to --try to keep up 01-wingedeagle
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(01-07-2022 02:06 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 09:19 AM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 12:02 AM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 09:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 07:58 PM)Keeper Wrote:  I am not sure about that. Has he defended his dissertation yet? He could be on the faculty, and I also believe he knows more about the offense than most position coaches in the country. He has always been a great student of the game and he has proven leadership ability. Promoting him to OC would be one of the boldest moves in College football history. Comparable to making Knute Rockne head coach at Notre Dame three years after he graduated from Notre Dame. He won six mythical national championships.(every national football championship has been mythical so far including the one they will play this Monday.)

Just because he was good at QB when he was here doesn't mean he knows how to call plays, how to make adjustments. Again, he's only qualified to be an offensive analyst today. He has zero coaching experience. Not saying he couldn't ever be a good coordinator. It's just not this season.

I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense

That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.

Um read the post that I responded to --try to keep up 01-wingedeagle

What you mentioned was already clearly stated in the conversation.

Reading comprehension is not your strong suit is it?
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(01-07-2022 02:52 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 02:06 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 09:19 AM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 12:02 AM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-05-2022 09:28 PM)tjwillis47 Wrote:  Just because he was good at QB when he was here doesn't mean he knows how to call plays, how to make adjustments. Again, he's only qualified to be an offensive analyst today. He has zero coaching experience. Not saying he couldn't ever be a good coordinator. It's just not this season.

I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense

That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.

Um read the post that I responded to --try to keep up 01-wingedeagle

What you mentioned was already clearly stated in the conversation.

Reading comprehension is not your strong suit is it?

At least I have one
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(01-07-2022 03:50 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 02:52 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 02:06 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 09:19 AM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 12:02 AM)jsw3ent Wrote:  I thought it was part of a QB'S job to call plays and make adjustments --ever heard of something called audibles --check downs --reading the defense

That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.

Um read the post that I responded to --try to keep up 01-wingedeagle

What you mentioned was already clearly stated in the conversation.

Reading comprehension is not your strong suit is it?

At least I have one

What a comeback
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(01-08-2022 08:18 AM)MemphisFan95 Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 03:50 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 02:52 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 02:06 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  
(01-07-2022 09:19 AM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  That's exactly what they are talking about. Try to keep up.

Um read the post that I responded to --try to keep up 01-wingedeagle

What you mentioned was already clearly stated in the conversation.

Reading comprehension is not your strong suit is it?

At least I have one

What a comeback

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