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Ellis Johnson and Charlie Harbison continue a journey of friendship on Gus Malzahn's staff at Auburn.
This post was edited by PhillipMarshall on 3/1/2013 at 1:40 AM
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Good read love the chemistry.
"There's no doubt, we're going up."
War Eagle CEJ and CCH!
WOW, this article says it all. Amazing chemistry!!!
Staff cohesion is desired and rarely achieved, but I truly believe that this group of coaches that CGM put together will turn out to be something special. Looking forward to seeing how this all translates onto the field. War Eagle!
All Auburn All the Time!
Ever to Conquer!!
I'm starting to get that same feeling I got after Coach Dye's first year...things are definitely changing!
Thank you for this insight. I couldn't be happier with this staff.
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
H: Having A: Anger T: Towards E: Everyone R: Reaching S: Success
When I came out of high school I did a workout at Gardner Webb while Johnson was there. Back then GW had uniforms that were identical to UGA.
This post was edited by toddau on 3/1/2013 at 8:39 AM
"An Auburn Man needs no introduction"
"Brick by brick, my citizens. Brick by brick"
It's a new day in Auburn football!
"Thanks PM. Nice to see that we have a staff that will all be pulling in the same direction!"
"Yes, our staff is like a team."
I couldn't agree more and believe we will see things turn around rather quickly. Long term, I think the key to the team's success will be in HC Malzahn's ability to "manage" the coaching team and keep them pulling in the same direction. Part of this will be in maintaining his offensive focus and permitting the defensive and special teams coordinators to do their jobs without meddling.
I am optimistic... another semi-related comment... I find it ironic that Chizik's legacy will, to a great extent, be determined by Malzahn's performance over the next few years. He does well and the amount of credit he gets for 2010 goes up and Chizik will be remembered for 2012. If he does not meet expectations, as time goes on, Chizik's legacy may be more about 2010. Food for thought...
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