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12 minutes ago, bsu_alum9 said:

Kirby for OC?

That'd be my vote. It'd also make so many Broncos fans heads explode.

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11 hours ago, Rebels18 said:

Fresno should totally hire our ex- DC 

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That Arrigo guy's multiple sources always appear to be a couple of Quija boards.

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I'm sorry to hear that Coach Tedford had to resign due to health reasons.  I hope he gets well soon and I wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

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I hear June Jones has thrown his hat in the ring.

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44 minutes ago, goboroot said:

Norm Chow is waiting for the phone call!!

Would he be able to hear if it did ring?

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42 minutes ago, Warbow said:

I hear June Jones has thrown his hat in the ring.

June Jones took over as the head coach for the Houston Roughnecks XFL team. That reminds me, I'm surprised the university hasn't taken advantage by selling screwdriver cocktails in the beer garden before our home games with Hawaii and call it the June Jones Jubilee.   

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2 hours ago, broncsrock said:

What?  No doubt a great coach but he lost 1st round in 2009 and won a natty in 2010 and never returned to FCS championship game.  3 semis (12, 13, 16) and a quarterfinal in 2014.

What? That seems pretty freaking solid to me.

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1 hour ago, SleepingGiantFan said:

That Arrigo guy's multiple sources always appear to be a couple of Quija boards.

I dunno, I think he's on to something here....Who wouldn't want a DC that commanded the 103rd ranked defense in yards allowed/119th in points allowed out of the mighty MWC Conference?

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35 minutes ago, ridgeview2 said:

June Jones took over as the head coach for the Houston Roughnecks XFL team. That reminds me, I'm surprised the university hasn't taken advantage by selling screwdriver cocktails in the beer garden before our home games with Hawaii and call it the June Jones Jubilee.   

I don't believe the university has a license to sell hard alcohol... but that's an excellent idea.

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9 hours ago, Mike Morgan said:

TheChowChrain has a nice ring to it.

:rotflmfao:.

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1 hour ago, renoskier said:

What? That seems pretty freaking solid to me.

Double Gold said this below in BOLD:  I merely showed he only went to one natty, not several and not 4 years in row against NDSU.

Baldwin took EWU to several FCS natties. It was a four-year, IIRC, rematch between them NDSU at the start of the decade. He was going to replace Polian, but Cal offered a bigger payday to be their OC. It is apparent he wants to be a HC. He must have thought that being the OC at Cal would launch him to Oregon St, Washington or Washington.
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Not even being sarcastic...Fresno should put a full court press on Jim McElwain.

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What about David Carr? Fresno has a love relationship with that family and he even went number 1 in the draft, remember that? Broke records for being the highest paid draftee at the time if I remember correctly.

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16 minutes ago, Rocket said:

What about David Carr? Fresno has a love relationship with that family and he even went number 1 in the draft, remember that? Broke records for being the highest paid draftee at the time if I remember correctly.

Just because he's a good QB doesn't mean he would make a good coach. The only coaching experience he has so far is being the offensive coordinator at Bakersfield Christian High School with his older brother Darren Carr as head coach. Besides, I think he's making a comfortable living on the NFL network. 

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4 minutes ago, ridgeview2 said:

Just because he's a good QB doesn't mean he would make a good coach. The only coaching experience he has so far is being the offensive coordinator at Bakersfield Christian High School with his older brother Darren Carr as head coach. Besides, I think he's making a comfortable living on the NFL network. 

bruh it's football

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3 minutes ago, Rocket said:

bruh it's football

Okay?.....How did that work out with Tony Sanchez at UNLV? 

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17 minutes ago, ridgeview2 said:

Just because he's a good QB doesn't mean he would make a good coach. The only coaching experience he has so far is being the offensive coordinator at Bakersfield Christian High School with his older brother Darren Carr as head coach. Besides, I think he's making a comfortable living on the NFL network. 

That settles it then. Darren should get the job.

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So, I posted most of this on the BB, but I'll put it here as well. I talked to my dad, a practicing family practice physician, earlier today after he read the article in the Bee and called me to get my take while he was on his lunch break. He said that it's definitely for the best for Tedford personally to retire given his health issues. He also said that he's had patients have this exact procedure (cardiac ablation) done and they've gone on to live normal lives without any issues, and that he wouldn't be surprised to see Tedford on the sidelines in a year or two, at least from a medical perspective. He also said that he's had a few patients have this procedure done at the Mayo Clinic, which is where Tedford is having it done, and he thinks that it's the best place in the world for it. Based on that conversation, I think that Teddy is in good hands and should have a full second half of his life ahead of him. 

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