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(09-25-2022 05:27 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  Geoff Collins fired by Georgia Tech. Their AD reportedly canned as well

Dude never won more than 3 games per season since jumping from Temple. He should be grateful GT gave him a fourth season to try and right the ship.
 
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Geoff Collins at Georgia Tech always seemed like a strange pairing. Collins had moderate success at Temple with players largely recruited and developed by his predecessors there, including Rhule and Al Golden.
 
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(09-26-2022 02:18 AM)vabearcat Wrote:  Geoff Collins at Georgia Tech always seemed like a strange pairing. Collins had moderate success at Temple with players largely recruited and developed by his predecessors there, including Rhule and Al Golden.
He was born in GA and did 3 years at GT as a GA and one as RC.
 
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(09-25-2022 06:13 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  
(09-25-2022 05:27 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  Geoff Collins fired by Georgia Tech. Their AD reportedly canned as well

Dude never won more than 3 games per season since jumping from Temple. He should be grateful GT gave him a fourth season to try and right the ship.

I guess losing to "G5 UCF" was the final straw, LOL. Maybe the Hoosier faithful wish for the same for their coach after Saturday's second double digit loss to "G5 Cincinnati".
 
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I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.
 
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(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

I'm sure that's causing some heartburn with their diehard football fans.

But really, IU isn't going to steal Saban or Day from the football factories, even with all the money the B10 TV deal hands them every year. And what aspiring coach would take that job knowing he will have to climb over OSU, PSU, MSU and MI in that division any given year just to reach a CCG?

It's a pretty hopeless situation and one reason they've been fair to bad for decades now. There is a dearth of in-state high school talent and UC is even crossing the border and grabbing a good share of their best talent these days.

For an IU coach, six or seven win seasons and a mid-tier bowl may be the ceiling. If they don't do that, they get replaced. If they do that consecutive years, they probably move on to someplace that is passionate about winning on a bigger stage.
 
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(09-26-2022 02:38 PM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

I'm sure that's causing some heartburn with their diehard football fans.

But really, IU isn't going to steal Saban or Day from the football factories, even with all the money the B10 TV deal hands them every year. And what aspiring coach would take that job knowing he will have to climb over OSU, PSU, MSU and MI in that division any given year just to reach a CCG?

It's a pretty hopeless situation and one reason they've been fair to bad for decades now. There is a dearth of in-state high school talent and UC is even crossing the border and grabbing a good share of their best talent these days.

For an IU coach, six or seven win seasons and a mid-tier bowl may be the ceiling. If they don't do that, they get replaced. If they do that consecutive years, they probably move on to someplace that is passionate about winning on a bigger stage.

Not one bit...they are 3-1. It's f'ing Indiana, they don't give a **** about football anyways lol
 
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(09-26-2022 02:38 PM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

I'm sure that's causing some heartburn with their diehard football fans.

But really, IU isn't going to steal Saban or Day from the football factories, even with all the money the B10 TV deal hands them every year. And what aspiring coach would take that job knowing he will have to climb over OSU, PSU, MSU and MI in that division any given year just to reach a CCG?

It's a pretty hopeless situation and one reason they've been fair to bad for decades now. There is a dearth of in-state high school talent and UC is even crossing the border and grabbing a good share of their best talent these days.

For an IU coach, six or seven win seasons and a mid-tier bowl may be the ceiling. If they don't do that, they get replaced. If they do that consecutive years, they probably move on to someplace that is passionate about winning on a bigger stage.

Not one bit...they are 3-1. It's f'ing Indiana, they don't give a **** about football anyways lol

Yep. He is owed 100% of the balance of his $34M contract if he is fired before November 2024, and then 50% of the balance thereafter. Even if he stinks up the joint he will be coaching there for several more years baring scandal so they fire him for cause.

https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/co...638626001/
 
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(09-26-2022 02:38 PM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

I'm sure that's causing some heartburn with their diehard football fans.

But really, IU isn't going to steal Saban or Day from the football factories, even with all the money the B10 TV deal hands them every year. And what aspiring coach would take that job knowing he will have to climb over OSU, PSU, MSU and MI in that division any given year just to reach a CCG?

It's a pretty hopeless situation and one reason they've been fair to bad for decades now. There is a dearth of in-state high school talent and UC is even crossing the border and grabbing a good share of their best talent these days.

For an IU coach, six or seven win seasons and a mid-tier bowl may be the ceiling. If they don't do that, they get replaced. If they do that consecutive years, they probably move on to someplace that is passionate about winning on a bigger stage.

There are NO diehard IU football fans.
 
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(09-26-2022 03:23 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 03:16 PM)BearcatMan Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 02:38 PM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

I'm sure that's causing some heartburn with their diehard football fans.

But really, IU isn't going to steal Saban or Day from the football factories, even with all the money the B10 TV deal hands them every year. And what aspiring coach would take that job knowing he will have to climb over OSU, PSU, MSU and MI in that division any given year just to reach a CCG?

It's a pretty hopeless situation and one reason they've been fair to bad for decades now. There is a dearth of in-state high school talent and UC is even crossing the border and grabbing a good share of their best talent these days.

For an IU coach, six or seven win seasons and a mid-tier bowl may be the ceiling. If they don't do that, they get replaced. If they do that consecutive years, they probably move on to someplace that is passionate about winning on a bigger stage.

Not one bit...they are 3-1. It's f'ing Indiana, they don't give a **** about football anyways lol

Yep. He is owed 100% of the balance of his $34M contract if he is fired before November 2024, and then 50% of the balance thereafter. Even if he stinks up the joint he will be coaching there for several more years baring scandal so they fire him for cause.

https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/co...638626001/

Yep, considering the last two coaches who were even remotely close to .500 at Indiana left to be a coordinator and literally died as head coach there, I doubt they care if someone sticks around to be .500 there now. Hell, he got Indiana into the Top 15 to end a season, albeit on the back of a win against two of the most overrated teams every put into early rankings in Michigan and Penn State during the Covid year. That alone is worth a borderline lifetime contract at IU for football, which is what he has.

As long as he doesn't pull a Gary Barnett, Art Briles, Joe Paterno level obstruction of investigation to literal felonies going on constantly under his nose, he will be at IU as long as he wants to be.
 
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(09-26-2022 10:00 AM)Edgebrookjeff Wrote:  I believe the IU coach signed a big extension after the 2020 season, when the Hoosiers went 6-2 and beat Penn State and Michigan I believe.

To get to six wins IU needs 3 vs Nebraska, Rootgers, MD, MSU, PU

No chance vs MI, OSU, PSU
 
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