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You must have never been to a practice....HOLEEE SHIT he cusses worser than Bobby
You are a wise man. All they were doing was reading something a listener emailed in. I'm just impressed their listeners can type something legible enough for them to understand.
I'm not believing anything until Tsipper says it's so.
If we do lose Horton to a HC gig, I would be happy with us hiring Larry Porter. Putting his 2 year Memphis debacle aside, he was a helluva recruiter and RB's coach at LSU, and would help with the staff factor.
What are you trying to say? He helps us with the Screech factor? With the Corey Hart factor?
Les Miles' wife factor?
This is exactly where we are at, dead on: To everyone that is hushing the Gruden talk, stop it, there IS a deal in place...
So outside of the punter, the place kicker, and the three different guys who ran kicks back for five ST scores, right?Is that sort of like you being a great poster except for all your shitty posts?
the Big Nickle saying we are stashless now...http://www.5newsonline.com/news/kfsm-sources-robinson-fired-as-defense-coordinator-at-arkansas-20111206,0,4871144.story
It's a Festivus miracle!Odds we get Mike Stoops: 1/1,475,938,390
Speculation that perhaps Joe Whitt Jr could join the staff from the Packers. Was on Petrino's staff at Louisville and the Falcons. Recruiting coordinator for UL.
Entering his fifth season in the NFL, Joe Whitt Jr. begins his fourth with the Green Bay Packers and third in his position of secondary – cornerbacks coach.Originally named defensive quality control coach on March 7, 2008, by Head Coach Mike McCarthy, the 33-year-old Whitt was promoted to cornerbacks coach on Feb. 3, 2009.He came to Green Bay after one year with the Atlanta Falcons as assistant defensive backs coach. Whitt coached the previous five years in the college ranks, beginning with the 2002 season as wide receivers coach at The Citadel, followed by a four-year stint as cornerbacks coach and recruiting coordinator at Louisville.In 2010, Whitt’s work with up-and-coming CB Tramon Williams culminated in the former non-drafted free agent’s first Pro Bowl bid. Williams posted team bests and career highs in both interceptions (six) and passes defensed (23), and added three more interceptions in the playoffs, which tied the franchise single-postseason record. Whitt also was instrumental in the rapid development of rookie Sam Shields, another undrafted prospect who became the team’s nickel back by the season opener – despite playing the corner position only one season in college – and helped the Packers advance to the Super Bowl with two interceptions in the NFC title game at Chicago.Veteran Charles Woodson also posted career highs in tackles (105) and forced fumbles (five) and earned a Pro Bowl bid and second-team All-Pro honors this past season, when the Packers led the league in opponent passer rating (67.2) and finished second in interceptions (24). Since Whitt was promoted to cornerbacks coach in ’09, Green Bay ranks No. 1 in the NFL in interceptions (54) and opponent passer rating (68.0) and No. 2 in opponent completion percentage (55.3).In 2009, Whitt was part of a staff that guided the Packers defense to a No. 2 overall ranking in the league, the highest ranking since the ’96 team finished as the No. 1 defense. Green Bay led the league with 40 takeaways and 30 interceptions, the first time the Packers led the league in interceptions since 1965 (tied with Washington that season with 27).Also in ’09, Woodson posted a career-high nine interceptions as part of perhaps his finest all-around season on his way to earning NFL Defensive Player of the Year Honors from The Associated Press as well as All-Pro honors from virtually every publication. Then 33, Woodson became the oldest defensive back to win the player of the year award and just the fifth cornerback to do so since the award’s inception in 1971.Meanwhile, Williams, who took over as the starting RCB after veteran Al Harris suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 11, posted a (then) career-high and team-leading 22 passes defensed along with four interceptions under Whitt’s tutelage.In Whitt’s first season with the Packers, his duties included breaking down opponent game film and analyzing their offensive tendencies while also assisting with the defensive backs and special teams.In 2007 with Atlanta, Whitt worked alongside veteran coach and former Packers defensive coordinator Emmitt Thomas in tutoring the Falcons’ defensive backs.During his time in Louisville, Whitt’s recruiting efforts helped bring the program into national prominence as the Cardinals went 41-9 over that four-year stretch. After joining the staff in 2003, Whitt worked diligently to improve the Cardinals’ recruiting efforts, and the program landed its first top-25 recruiting class in 2005.
Randy Shannon is on Campus according to some. Shannon, Whit, Nix...Stoops.
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