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This happened with Roof a year or so ago. Took the Central Florida job and left for Penn State. I know we don't like it but it's business. Happens all the time.
Thanks, Phillip. Any idea on the fall back position?
Good idea!!! I don't hold to the idea that our coaching staff has to be completely made up of former AU players - just because their former Letterman doesn't mean they are great coaches (see Mike Pelton) but if the man can coach - I say bring him on!!!
Plus, I'd rather Bisaccia make the change sooner rather than later.
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“they ain't got nothing but people...Alabama mystique...Georgia mystique...they’ve done it with people. Hell, we’ve got people, too.”Pat Dye
agreed - especially re the ploughboys, Can't stand them
"Wishful thinking is not the same thing as objective evidence." - jdhinsc
I got the sense when CRB was hired originally that, with his resume, he could have held out for an NFL job if that's what he really wanted. But instead he was intentionally deciding to come back to college, knowing that the $$ is less. If that was so, this seems a little bit of an about face. Is the $$ that the Cowboys are throwing around now that much better than what was otherwise anticipated to be available for an NFL job when he instead chose this one? Since its Jerry Jones I suppose it might be.
Bisaccia to Auburn never made sense anyway. I was surprised he joined this staff to begin with. Shame too, he was the best coach we had on staff.
And so it begins....
I wonder if he liked the "thought" of coming back to the college game and got a little of dose of recruiting and didn't care too much for it. I could see that happening.
I would think he has better sense than to go work for J Jones. That douche bag will make your life miserable, and his meddling undermines his coaches and leads to their losing respect in the industry. Personally, I don't think much of this "It's a business" BS. He signed a contract with Auburn that stated he would be here for 2 or 3 years. If he wanted to stay in the pros he should have waited for an offer, not used us as a place holder. Giving him a pass because he is offered more money for the same job is ridiculous. It's like saying its ok to cheat on your wife as long as the person you are screwing is prettier. The seriousness of the two cannot be compared but the principle is the same. I hope he stays but I'm not holding my breath. It seems that for most people their word doesn't mean anything anymore.
He hasn't signed a contract with Auburn, bruh.
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