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*USC should be #2 imo
*Oregon seems high to me
Ranking College Football's Coaching Jobs for 2013
OU is not a better job than LSU, Michigan, or UGA IMO. The rest seems pretty good
Miami* Homer pick
Alabama (for tradition not for location)
Miami is always too low imo, yeah you gotta deal with the worst administration in the world and you have a low budget
But if you win I would imagine being the head man in the city of Miami is a sweet deal
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Alabama should be the only school in front of USC. Texas also has a case for number 2 as well.
Did I read that right? Florida has won 2 NCs in the last 4 seasons?
Do you understand how much money Phil Knight has?
I'd say 12 is about right. Obviously we won't ever pass the traditional big dogs but next in line seems about right to me.
my school is #69. lol.
childish, I know.
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at the commentary on the Auburn ranking.
This post was edited by SocialTwerker 14 months ago
"Cons: Auburn is a state school with a great following, but it will always be No. 2 in Alabama behind the Crimson Tide from Tuscaloosa.
Final Verdict: If your ego can handle being the second most important coach in the state, then Auburn can be a destination job. The school — with its fine tradition, strong facilities and outstanding recruiting base — has proven over time that it can compete on a national level. The Tigers, after all, won the BCS crown in 2010"
Feel PSU should be a little higher. Our con was that we had some losing seasons in the early 2000s, but that was because Joe pretty much stopped coaching at that point.
He pretty much comes out and says the real reason for the ranking is the sanctions because it's not as great of a job until the sanctions are over (which is pretty obvious and very fair IMO).
NCAA sanctions were not supposed to go into it though
There was a serial child molester raping boys over the span of years in your football lockerroom. That hurts the 'ol prestige.
Honestly, Arkansas is too low, IMO. Very underrated job, IMO.
OU is probably too high, IMO.
Oregon will earn that ranking or lose it soon, but eventually if they consistantly continue to be a top 10 program, it will have to be at least close to a top 10 job.
I also think if they get in the Big12 or SEC, FSU moves up as well.
Yeah, but the final verdict section explicitly says that it did factor in...
The comment is unnecessary, we all know what happened.
This post was edited by shavisimo2 14 months ago
Easily a top 10 job IYAM. Especially if a coach were to lock down the east coast like Joe did back in his prime 70's to mid 90's.
Solid list, IMO
"The Wolverines have been a national power since the 1890s "
And by national power, of course they mean 1 National Title in 60 years.
Did you hear about Reggie's Heisman?
lol auburn in the top 25!? thats alittle high top 40 maybe.
My school is 70 something. behind some other non BCS schools. It even states we have solid tradition and a great fan base. We compete with 4 ACC schools in our state, which has a good talent pool, but it aint that good. The only reason the other non BCS schools are ahead of us besides a few is they are located in prime recruiting grounds. Sucks to be one of the have nots and cast aside by the BCS. But screw everyone, we will get ours eventually
Was waiting for a sparty to try and get his two cents in....
I would have thought ND would be higher. Other than Ohio State ('91) they are the only school I can name the last 5 coaches from.
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