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I assume that Petrino or Jimbo would want to give serious consideration to Ellis Johnson based on his DC history in the SEC. Age is a slight concern but he's helped recruit and coach some impressive players recently at USCe.
Jimbo is the easy pick but my no 1 choice is still Bobby P. As I have stated many times whom ever is selected will get my full support, once this process is over and done well it will be time to get behind the new coach and move on - WDE
ON TO VICTORY - STRIKE UP THE BAND
We don't need Jimbo.
Seriously, don't take me too serious.
You can bet your botton dollar that the PTB are well aware of the growing groundswell for Petrino. They will open up the wallet and do whatever else they have to do to hold on to the GOB system currently in place. CBP will sweep the foundation of all the old cobwebs and they arent about to let that happen. Jimbo is well schooled in the "old ways", and will be their best bet to maintain the status quo. I can imagine just the threat of loosing control has PTB's bowels loose.
Just another ex asst coach at Auburn and we just got rid of one of them. new blood please.
ellis johnson DC to AU. Fisher also keeps Looper as RB coach
Thanks, I was not aware of that. It's kind of weird though, the day he was hired I was excited but had this feeling that he was uncomfortable somewhat. I figured that I was over exaggerating and that feeling would change but it never did. Throughout the season I always had that feeling that something was off with him. Definitely seems more like a desperation move now.
"Regardless of the situation, one of his coin mottos is to take the high road. That's what he's always going to do."
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