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Care to elaborate, or offer your choice? I'm on record as supporting Fedora, Malzahn, or Petrino...no particular order...I'm not a huge Jimbo fan, though....
Alabama delenda est.
The more you look at him the more impressed you get at what he has done. He is not one that I looked at first but could be really happy with him as our head coach. He is a good coach that can recruit and appears he can develop players. Ron stated something in article about advising him about keeping a hold over from the previous staff that Ron said he would get addressed. Don't remember details.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jgmWDE 17 months ago
Personally, I'd put LF at the top of my list for the same reasons you listed.
..........BEAT BAMA .................BEAT BAMA..................BEAT BAMA
It's hard to argue against what he's done. I'm just not sure who exactly all of the "Home Run Hire" supporters want. Petrino would be fine with me, but I am a bit skeptical about his lack of loyalty to everywhere that he's been. It also concerns me that he lost a game or two every year at UL that he should've won. Also, he failed against Saban/Miles on a regular basis, even with one of the more talented drop back passers (Mallett) in all of college football. That said, I'd jump on board in support of him.....but Fedora or Malzahn would get a call first! Just my opinion, which ain't worth much.....WAR EAGLE!!
I just watched Fedora's post game interview. He's an impressive, confident fellow! He didn't dodge any of the questions, or drown the press with pure coach speak....he was very-forthcoming. That doesn't make him qualified, but added to his resume......I'd love to see him hired as our next HC!
Fedora is a strong disciplinarian & a heck of a football coach, and we're in dire need of both! That said, I'd put money on it being Gus!
(I don't have any sources, just a strong hunch!)
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