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Anybody know much about him? Says he is a spread offense guru. and will have an off field position but will work with receivers and recruiting per TOS.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by weGO 17 months ago
saw yesterday that the inbreds hired Kerry Stevenson from Vigor...as if recruiting in Mobile wasn't already hard enough. I guess this is the job Saybean promised him 4 years ago.
Used to coach under Propst at Hoover and coached Lutz at Lassiter HS. Good coach.
I heard rumblings down here that Stevenson was gonna be going to Bama to coach a while back. Hope DC can have give us a bigger impact in Mobile in recruiting.
Sounds like he is a good get, hopefully he has lots of connections in recruiting to
and Vigor has a good one in Justin Thornton this year....go figure
Stupid question what is the TOS?
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Chip was the head coach at my little high school several years ago. He turned a losing program around quickly and installed the spread. He is a good guy and a excellent coach.
What little High School did you go to
I'm with you fellers, War Eagle!!!!!!!!
FWIW, I have just finished some work for a guy named Frank Styles and he is the coach at Bob Jones and him and Linsey are best friends and Styles and I were talking and he mentioned several times that Linsey is a proven coach and has been a very successful at every stop that he has been, he also said that Linsey used to play for Bob Jones yrs ago!!!! I know Styles pretty good and trust his judgement of Mr.Linsey!!!WDE
"A CHAMPION NEVER TAKES SHORTCUTS HE ALWAYS PAYS THE COST TO BE THE BOSS"
I really like this hire, Chip started out coaching baseball at Springville. My freshman year in 1998 he took us to the state finals. Chip only coached at Springville for one year before leaving to go to Sparkman.
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