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(12-09-2022 03:46 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  
(12-09-2022 03:38 PM)bearcatmark Wrote:  Kerry Coombs is staying on.

That's very good news.
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CINCINNATI – Cincinnati football head coach Scott Satterfield announced on Friday that Kerry Coombs will remain on the Bearcats coaching staff.

Coombs signed a new three-year deal. He will serve as UC's secondary coach and special teams coordinator.

Coombs was named interim head coach last month following Luke Fickell's departure. He will lead the Bearcats into the Fenway Bowl on Dec. 17.

"We're excited to keep Coach Coombs on our staff," Satterfield said. "His energy is contagious. He's an excellent motivator and developer of young men on and off the field. His resume here in Cincinnati, but also in the NFL and at Ohio State, speaks for itself. He's respected throughout the country. Interacting with him this past week and watching him serve as the interim head coach, I've been very impressed, and I know he will be a perfect fit for what we are building here."

The Cincinnati native's 40-year coaching career has been highlighted by stints in the NFL as the secondary coach for the Tennessee Titans, two separate tenures as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State as well as two stops as an assistant at UC. Prior to collegiate coaching, he served as the head coach at Colerain High School in Cincinnati, where he went to 10 state playoffs and five state semifinals over 16 years, including an undefeated state championship season in 2004.

Coombs rejoined the Bearcats in February 2022 following a two-year stint as Ohio State's defensive coordinator from 2020 to 2021.

Tasked with replacing a pair of All-American cornerbacks and NFL draft picks at both cornerback spots, Coombs developed first-year starter Ja'Quan Sheppard into an All-AAC First Team selection and moved nickel back Arquon Bush to cornerback where he also earned all-conference honors.

Coombs also oversaw one of the nation's top special teams units. Sophomore Mason Fletcher proved to be one of the nation's top punters. He was named a finalist for the prestigious Ray Guy Award and collected All-AAC Special Teams Player of the Year accolades.

Additionally, UC ranked second nationally in net punting (44.69), 14th in kick return defense (16.9), No. 17 in punt return defense (3.5) and No. 21 in punt return average (11.4).

Coombs coached the Buckeyes from 2020 to 21 and from 2012 to 2017 with a two-year stint with the Titans from 2018 to 2019.

At Ohio State, Coombs served as the defensive coordinator (2020-21) and the cornerbacks coach/special teams coordinator (2013-2017), adding assistant defensive coordinator duties in 2017. In his six-year tenure, every starting cornerback he had coached made it to the NFL. Ohio State won the national title in 2014.

Coombs began in college coaching on Brian Kelly's Cincinnati staff in 2007 as defensive backs coach. He was promoted to associate head coach/defensive backs coach/special teams in 2009 and stayed in that role until 2011.

Starting in 1991, he compiled a 161-36 record as the head coach at Colerain, his alma mater.

Coombs and his wife Holly are the parents of three grown children. They have a son Brayden, a daughter Cortney and son Dylan, who is a former cornerback for UC and was in the Lindner Honors Plus business program.

https://gobearcats.com/news/2022/12/9/ke...staff.aspx
 
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(12-09-2022 03:51 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  CINCINNATI – Cincinnati football head coach Scott Satterfield announced on Friday that Kerry Coombs will remain on the Bearcats coaching staff.

Coombs signed a new three-year deal. He will serve as UC's secondary coach and special teams coordinator.

Coombs was named interim head coach last month following Luke Fickell's departure. He will lead the Bearcats into the Fenway Bowl on Dec. 17.

"We're excited to keep Coach Coombs on our staff," Satterfield said. "His energy is contagious. He's an excellent motivator and developer of young men on and off the field. His resume here in Cincinnati, but also in the NFL and at Ohio State, speaks for itself. He's respected throughout the country. Interacting with him this past week and watching him serve as the interim head coach, I've been very impressed, and I know he will be a perfect fit for what we are building here."

The Cincinnati native's 40-year coaching career has been highlighted by stints in the NFL as the secondary coach for the Tennessee Titans, two separate tenures as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State as well as two stops as an assistant at UC. Prior to collegiate coaching, he served as the head coach at Colerain High School in Cincinnati, where he went to 10 state playoffs and five state semifinals over 16 years, including an undefeated state championship season in 2004.

Coombs rejoined the Bearcats in February 2022 following a two-year stint as Ohio State's defensive coordinator from 2020 to 2021.

Tasked with replacing a pair of All-American cornerbacks and NFL draft picks at both cornerback spots, Coombs developed first-year starter Ja'Quan Sheppard into an All-AAC First Team selection and moved nickel back Arquon Bush to cornerback where he also earned all-conference honors.

Coombs also oversaw one of the nation's top special teams units. Sophomore Mason Fletcher proved to be one of the nation's top punters. He was named a finalist for the prestigious Ray Guy Award and collected All-AAC Special Teams Player of the Year accolades.

Additionally, UC ranked second nationally in net punting (44.69), 14th in kick return defense (16.9), No. 17 in punt return defense (3.5) and No. 21 in punt return average (11.4).

Coombs coached the Buckeyes from 2020 to 21 and from 2012 to 2017 with a two-year stint with the Titans from 2018 to 2019.

At Ohio State, Coombs served as the defensive coordinator (2020-21) and the cornerbacks coach/special teams coordinator (2013-2017), adding assistant defensive coordinator duties in 2017. In his six-year tenure, every starting cornerback he had coached made it to the NFL. Ohio State won the national title in 2014.

Coombs began in college coaching on Brian Kelly's Cincinnati staff in 2007 as defensive backs coach. He was promoted to associate head coach/defensive backs coach/special teams in 2009 and stayed in that role until 2011.

Starting in 1991, he compiled a 161-36 record as the head coach at Colerain, his alma mater.

Coombs and his wife Holly are the parents of three grown children. They have a son Brayden, a daughter Cortney and son Dylan, who is a former cornerback for UC and was in the Lindner Honors Plus business program.

https://gobearcats.com/news/2022/12/9/ke...staff.aspx

You would think with KC staying that Sheppard would consider staying.
Wasn’t KC his positions coach this past season?
Odd that his final two are UCF and Maryland…
 
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RE: UC Football Coaching Staff Carousel (Satterfield edition)
(12-09-2022 05:46 PM)namrag Wrote:  
(12-09-2022 03:51 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  CINCINNATI – Cincinnati football head coach Scott Satterfield announced on Friday that Kerry Coombs will remain on the Bearcats coaching staff.

Coombs signed a new three-year deal. He will serve as UC's secondary coach and special teams coordinator.

Coombs was named interim head coach last month following Luke Fickell's departure. He will lead the Bearcats into the Fenway Bowl on Dec. 17.

"We're excited to keep Coach Coombs on our staff," Satterfield said. "His energy is contagious. He's an excellent motivator and developer of young men on and off the field. His resume here in Cincinnati, but also in the NFL and at Ohio State, speaks for itself. He's respected throughout the country. Interacting with him this past week and watching him serve as the interim head coach, I've been very impressed, and I know he will be a perfect fit for what we are building here."

The Cincinnati native's 40-year coaching career has been highlighted by stints in the NFL as the secondary coach for the Tennessee Titans, two separate tenures as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State as well as two stops as an assistant at UC. Prior to collegiate coaching, he served as the head coach at Colerain High School in Cincinnati, where he went to 10 state playoffs and five state semifinals over 16 years, including an undefeated state championship season in 2004.

Coombs rejoined the Bearcats in February 2022 following a two-year stint as Ohio State's defensive coordinator from 2020 to 2021.

Tasked with replacing a pair of All-American cornerbacks and NFL draft picks at both cornerback spots, Coombs developed first-year starter Ja'Quan Sheppard into an All-AAC First Team selection and moved nickel back Arquon Bush to cornerback where he also earned all-conference honors.

Coombs also oversaw one of the nation's top special teams units. Sophomore Mason Fletcher proved to be one of the nation's top punters. He was named a finalist for the prestigious Ray Guy Award and collected All-AAC Special Teams Player of the Year accolades.

Additionally, UC ranked second nationally in net punting (44.69), 14th in kick return defense (16.9), No. 17 in punt return defense (3.5) and No. 21 in punt return average (11.4).

Coombs coached the Buckeyes from 2020 to 21 and from 2012 to 2017 with a two-year stint with the Titans from 2018 to 2019.

At Ohio State, Coombs served as the defensive coordinator (2020-21) and the cornerbacks coach/special teams coordinator (2013-2017), adding assistant defensive coordinator duties in 2017. In his six-year tenure, every starting cornerback he had coached made it to the NFL. Ohio State won the national title in 2014.

Coombs began in college coaching on Brian Kelly's Cincinnati staff in 2007 as defensive backs coach. He was promoted to associate head coach/defensive backs coach/special teams in 2009 and stayed in that role until 2011.

Starting in 1991, he compiled a 161-36 record as the head coach at Colerain, his alma mater.

Coombs and his wife Holly are the parents of three grown children. They have a son Brayden, a daughter Cortney and son Dylan, who is a former cornerback for UC and was in the Lindner Honors Plus business program.

https://gobearcats.com/news/2022/12/9/ke...staff.aspx

You would think with KC staying that Sheppard would consider staying.
Wasn’t KC his positions coach this past season?
Odd that his final two are UCF and Maryland…

UCF makes sense as he is from Florida. Maryland makes no sense to me at all.

I’d like to think JQ Hardaway might stay with Kerry’s track record of developing corners and would be up to start next year after barely getting beat out by Sheppard. I think most of his big offers were to play safety and he wanted to be a corner so came here IIRC.
 
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RE: UC Football Coaching Staff Carousel (Satterfield edition)
(12-09-2022 05:46 PM)namrag Wrote:  
(12-09-2022 03:51 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  CINCINNATI – Cincinnati football head coach Scott Satterfield announced on Friday that Kerry Coombs will remain on the Bearcats coaching staff.

Coombs signed a new three-year deal. He will serve as UC's secondary coach and special teams coordinator.

Coombs was named interim head coach last month following Luke Fickell's departure. He will lead the Bearcats into the Fenway Bowl on Dec. 17.

"We're excited to keep Coach Coombs on our staff," Satterfield said. "His energy is contagious. He's an excellent motivator and developer of young men on and off the field. His resume here in Cincinnati, but also in the NFL and at Ohio State, speaks for itself. He's respected throughout the country. Interacting with him this past week and watching him serve as the interim head coach, I've been very impressed, and I know he will be a perfect fit for what we are building here."

The Cincinnati native's 40-year coaching career has been highlighted by stints in the NFL as the secondary coach for the Tennessee Titans, two separate tenures as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State as well as two stops as an assistant at UC. Prior to collegiate coaching, he served as the head coach at Colerain High School in Cincinnati, where he went to 10 state playoffs and five state semifinals over 16 years, including an undefeated state championship season in 2004.

Coombs rejoined the Bearcats in February 2022 following a two-year stint as Ohio State's defensive coordinator from 2020 to 2021.

Tasked with replacing a pair of All-American cornerbacks and NFL draft picks at both cornerback spots, Coombs developed first-year starter Ja'Quan Sheppard into an All-AAC First Team selection and moved nickel back Arquon Bush to cornerback where he also earned all-conference honors.

Coombs also oversaw one of the nation's top special teams units. Sophomore Mason Fletcher proved to be one of the nation's top punters. He was named a finalist for the prestigious Ray Guy Award and collected All-AAC Special Teams Player of the Year accolades.

Additionally, UC ranked second nationally in net punting (44.69), 14th in kick return defense (16.9), No. 17 in punt return defense (3.5) and No. 21 in punt return average (11.4).

Coombs coached the Buckeyes from 2020 to 21 and from 2012 to 2017 with a two-year stint with the Titans from 2018 to 2019.

At Ohio State, Coombs served as the defensive coordinator (2020-21) and the cornerbacks coach/special teams coordinator (2013-2017), adding assistant defensive coordinator duties in 2017. In his six-year tenure, every starting cornerback he had coached made it to the NFL. Ohio State won the national title in 2014.

Coombs began in college coaching on Brian Kelly's Cincinnati staff in 2007 as defensive backs coach. He was promoted to associate head coach/defensive backs coach/special teams in 2009 and stayed in that role until 2011.

Starting in 1991, he compiled a 161-36 record as the head coach at Colerain, his alma mater.

Coombs and his wife Holly are the parents of three grown children. They have a son Brayden, a daughter Cortney and son Dylan, who is a former cornerback for UC and was in the Lindner Honors Plus business program.

https://gobearcats.com/news/2022/12/9/ke...staff.aspx

You would think with KC staying that Sheppard would consider staying.
Wasn’t KC his positions coach this past season?
Odd that his final two are UCF and Maryland…

Why would you think that? The statistics are really unambiguous: once a kid has announced that they are leaving, over 90% of them do. I wouldn't waste another minute pondering whether or not Sheppard or any of the other (former) Bearcats who have announced that they're out of here might "consider staying."

It's over. Move on.
 
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(12-09-2022 08:36 PM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(12-09-2022 05:46 PM)namrag Wrote:  
(12-09-2022 03:51 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  CINCINNATI – Cincinnati football head coach Scott Satterfield announced on Friday that Kerry Coombs will remain on the Bearcats coaching staff.

Coombs signed a new three-year deal. He will serve as UC's secondary coach and special teams coordinator.

Coombs was named interim head coach last month following Luke Fickell's departure. He will lead the Bearcats into the Fenway Bowl on Dec. 17.

"We're excited to keep Coach Coombs on our staff," Satterfield said. "His energy is contagious. He's an excellent motivator and developer of young men on and off the field. His resume here in Cincinnati, but also in the NFL and at Ohio State, speaks for itself. He's respected throughout the country. Interacting with him this past week and watching him serve as the interim head coach, I've been very impressed, and I know he will be a perfect fit for what we are building here."

The Cincinnati native's 40-year coaching career has been highlighted by stints in the NFL as the secondary coach for the Tennessee Titans, two separate tenures as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State as well as two stops as an assistant at UC. Prior to collegiate coaching, he served as the head coach at Colerain High School in Cincinnati, where he went to 10 state playoffs and five state semifinals over 16 years, including an undefeated state championship season in 2004.

Coombs rejoined the Bearcats in February 2022 following a two-year stint as Ohio State's defensive coordinator from 2020 to 2021.

Tasked with replacing a pair of All-American cornerbacks and NFL draft picks at both cornerback spots, Coombs developed first-year starter Ja'Quan Sheppard into an All-AAC First Team selection and moved nickel back Arquon Bush to cornerback where he also earned all-conference honors.

Coombs also oversaw one of the nation's top special teams units. Sophomore Mason Fletcher proved to be one of the nation's top punters. He was named a finalist for the prestigious Ray Guy Award and collected All-AAC Special Teams Player of the Year accolades.

Additionally, UC ranked second nationally in net punting (44.69), 14th in kick return defense (16.9), No. 17 in punt return defense (3.5) and No. 21 in punt return average (11.4).

Coombs coached the Buckeyes from 2020 to 21 and from 2012 to 2017 with a two-year stint with the Titans from 2018 to 2019.

At Ohio State, Coombs served as the defensive coordinator (2020-21) and the cornerbacks coach/special teams coordinator (2013-2017), adding assistant defensive coordinator duties in 2017. In his six-year tenure, every starting cornerback he had coached made it to the NFL. Ohio State won the national title in 2014.

Coombs began in college coaching on Brian Kelly's Cincinnati staff in 2007 as defensive backs coach. He was promoted to associate head coach/defensive backs coach/special teams in 2009 and stayed in that role until 2011.

Starting in 1991, he compiled a 161-36 record as the head coach at Colerain, his alma mater.

Coombs and his wife Holly are the parents of three grown children. They have a son Brayden, a daughter Cortney and son Dylan, who is a former cornerback for UC and was in the Lindner Honors Plus business program.

https://gobearcats.com/news/2022/12/9/ke...staff.aspx

You would think with KC staying that Sheppard would consider staying.
Wasn’t KC his positions coach this past season?
Odd that his final two are UCF and Maryland…

Why would you think that? The statistics are really unambiguous: once a kid has announced that they are leaving, over 90% of them do. I wouldn't waste another minute pondering whether or not Sheppard or any of the other (former) Bearcats who have announced that they're out of here might "consider staying."

It's over. Move on.

Maybe NIL will change this. Enter the portal, compare offers.
 
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per tim adams, Walter Stewart is sticking around as DL coach
 
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(12-14-2022 12:04 PM)bww Wrote:  per tim adams, Walter Stewart is sticking around as DL coach

Seems good in terms of continuity and local recruiting to move forward with a couple of recognized coaches with UC/Cincinnati connections.
 
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So we're now down to OC and TEs coach, but with Letton still hanging around for the bowl game and Wisconsin filling their TE spot, that may be a formality.
 
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Does anyone know, is Gino still working with the team right now?
 
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Nope at least from my understanding he’s now TE coach for Wisconsin but before then was interviewing for other coaching positions.
 
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(12-14-2022 03:54 PM)JUSTGOPLAY Wrote:  Does anyone know, is Gino still working with the team right now?

Nope at least from my understanding he’s now TE coach for Wisconsin but before then was interviewing for other coaching positions.

Lol, the same OC that didn’t game plan the talented TE’s UC had for the entire season? Find that kind of humorous.
 
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(12-14-2022 03:54 PM)JUSTGOPLAY Wrote:  Does anyone know, is Gino still working with the team right now?

Nope at least from my understanding he’s now TE coach for Wisconsin but before then was interviewing for other coaching positions.

Lol, the same OC that didn’t game plan the talented TE’s UC had for the entire season? Find that kind of humorous.

https://wisportsheroics.com/report-badge...-te-coach/

Yeah, he's in Wisconsin as the new TE's coach. My guess is he is going to be looking for jobs as a HC, OC or QB coach elsewhere next year. This is a holdover until he can get into a better situation.
 
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(12-14-2022 03:54 PM)JUSTGOPLAY Wrote:  Does anyone know, is Gino still working with the team right now?

Nope at least from my understanding he’s now TE coach for Wisconsin but before then was interviewing for other coaching positions.

Lol, the same OC that didn’t game plan the talented TE’s UC had for the entire season? Find that kind of humorous.

https://wisportsheroics.com/report-badge...-te-coach/

Yeah, he's in Wisconsin as the new TE's coach. My guess is he is going to be looking for jobs as a HC, OC or QB coach elsewhere next year. This is a holdover until he can get into a better situation.

He has already been a finalist at WMU and Kent State in the last month, it's only a matter of time IMO. He's probably the next man up in a few years, one way or another.
 
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Some MAC program will take a flier on him at some point.

I'd love to see him trying to coach TEs to block.
 
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