There’s no offseason though, and many schools don’t get who they want.Have a feeling college coaches think recruiting their own athletes and job security is much less stress than managing egos of athletes under contract.
There's no offseason in the NFL though either, it's why we get shows 365/year on NFL and instead of booster politics, it's owner/GM politics, managing salary cap, etc. If NFL were easier, you wouldn't see such turnover from top to bottom (well, figuratively speaking sans a couple poorly runs orgs) every year which really isn't the case in college. Coaches can sell programs, history, recent success to recruits in college. In the pros they can't really sell that unless your name is Jack Elway or Archie Manning.There’s no offseason though, and many schools don’t get who they want.
Recruiting at these football factories and the politics involved is unimaginable.
That’s why I said this part. It’s 30 teams.It’s harder to “make it” in the NFL as a successful coach though if that’s what you mean. Have to have a very good front office usually.
Until it’s official my guess is Urban walks away.
Definitely possible brewers.I heard Charlie too
Scalley is a new rumor to me. Wow.
Mattison either going with him or retiring as well
Wait.......Jacksonville doesn’t need to draft Fields......they can get Haskins........Meyer to the rescue..........
Don’t we need WR for west coast offense? Will the Heisman fit the system?Obviously I do not like the Saleh hire but there is one positive I can take from it and that is there is no way they are drafting Fields to run a WCO. Zach Wilson is perfect for this style of offense but I think they will stick with Darnold and waste another season.