When Urban Meyer declines the USC HC position

When Urban Meyer declines the USC HC position

  • Anyone you name is a longshot at this point. That guy from Iowa St has turned a perennial dog into a mediocre team with some fight. Does that mean he can take a program like this back to the top? Who knows? Personally, I would like to see a former NFL coach - he's got the first hand knowledge to say what it takes to make the pros and we had good luck with the last one.

  • TroyJD said... (original post) Anyone you name is a longshot at this point. That guy from Iowa St has turned a perennial dog into a mediocre team with some fight. Does that mean h...

    Josh McDaniels kind of resembles the Pete Carroll resume: NFL coordinator, stint as NFL HC, back to coordinator, plus he's been under Bill Belichick for a long time.

  • Just knowing HOW a successful team is assembled and developed doesn’t necessarily mean a young coach can execute in the manner needed to succeed. Most need time and maturation to find there own way to create a winning team.

    I’m not sure Pete could’ve had the success he had at SC 5 years earlier. Look at CEO. He’s had chances before that didn’t stick. Some never put it together. Some have all the knowledge and experience but they just don’t have the personality.

    Find a 50-ish HC that knows what he didn’t know and is really successful in a smaller program and give him the next opportunity

  • Bill Belichick was fired at all of his head coaching jobs before N.E. And has been pretty good, but you still need the talent.

  • My cat.

  • Sounds about right, given the fact that you think Belichick “has been pretty good” as a coach.

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  • rosebowl07 said... (original post) Bill Belichick was fired at all of his head coaching jobs before N.E. And has been pretty good, but you still need the talent.

    He’s in the GOAT conversation. Pretty good ?

  • jpltrojan1 said... (original post) Just knowing HOW a successful team is assembled and developed doesn’t necessarily mean a young coach can execute in the manner needed to succeed...

    I think coach o would have a had great yr the year after he fired. he played everyone close, but lost a lot. so they canned him. but even though his team had a bad record, they were very competitive in most of their games against a loaded schedule. a couple got out hand late. but they were actually the best 3-9 team you will ever see. but they were younger and still inexperienced. but the next yr, they had everyone coming back. a ton of talented veteran guys that ed o had recruited. the new coach, nutt, came in and did really well right away with ed o's recruits. it was a very veteran team that yr. that was ed o's team. I thought they fired coach o one yr. too early.

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  • UPPERWESTSIDETROJAN said... (original post) I think coach o would have a had great yr the year after he fired. he played everyone close, but lost a lot. so they canned him.

    My personal opinion is that it had nothing to do with the results, he did not come off sophistocated enough for our high brow opinion of ourselves. I wanted him solely because he put some fight in a totally discouraged USC team that year - that was good enough for me. Well, that plus knowing he had been a great recruiter for us, too. And, I went on Cowherd's show and argued it with him - he was decidedly of the opininon that hiring from within is a mistake.

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  • TroyJD said... (original post) My personal opinion is that it had nothing to do with the results, he did not come off sophistocated enough for our high brow opinion of ourselves. ...

    I’m rooting for LSU to win it all this season.

  • NebrVandal said... (original post) I’m rooting for LSU to win it all this season.

    Me too!

  • TroyJD said... (original post) And, I went on Cowherd's show and argued it with him - he was decidedly of the opininon that hiring from within is a mistake.

    He probably got that from Ryan!

  • I like Del Rio. I think SC needs a defensive coach and Del Rio's record with the Broncos was terrific.

    It's a moot point, though, because Meyer is going to take the job, who's also a good choice, IMO.

  • rosebowl07 said... (original post) Bill Belichick was fired at all of his head coaching jobs before N.E. And has been pretty good, but you still need the talent.

    Technically he resigned from the Jets...

  • hparas said... (original post) Stoops.I think he's a sleeper and I am surprised he is not mentioned too much on the board. He will bring toughness and championship experience ...

    Big Game Bob Stoops? No thanks

  • if We don’t get Urban the next Coach will be the guy we playing this week Wilcox

  • Sources say Les Miles is interested in the USC job if it became open

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  • dem4sc said... (original post) I believe that it is already a done deal, like the other poster said, he would have already denied being interested. I am guessing that there is a t...



    How could he? Who asked him about Coaching USC?
  • Kiffin, Sark OC, Wilcox DC
    I miss those guys. They would make USC great again!

  • poodlemothra said... (original post) Big Game Bob Stoops? No thanks

    i would have said no thanks 5 years ago... but I think he will be a different and much better version when he comes back. Ignore the name, or nickname, and just look at his resume, it is pretty darn good.

  • hparas said... (original post) i would have said no thanks 5 years ago... but I think he will be a different and much better version when he comes back. Ignore the name, or nickna...

    .800 as a head coach, 1x National Champion, 10x Big 12 Champion in 18 years, 9-9 in bowl games.

    Better than ConMan and if we don't get Meyer he isn't the worst Plan B.

  • TROJANZ said... (original post) Kennedy Polamalu. Not for coaching. But because he punched kiffin in the face. IN THE FAAAACE!(cop from the movie the hangover)The Cop, eh?

  • hparas said... (original post) i would have said no thanks 5 years ago... but I think he will be a different and much better version when he comes back. Ignore the name, or nickna...

    The Helton era has really been a kick in the balls. Had Stoops (or anyone with HC experience) been hired instead of Helton where would the program be right now?

  • Stizzo24 said... (original post) I'm with you on that. If urban wasn't going to entertain it he or his wife would have already said something.

    I believe Shelley Meyer has already declined on his behalf. I also believe Shelley would clock Urban with a frying pan were he to seriously consider it.

    What is it with you guys? Do you really want to see Urban down on the sidelines screaming in pain AGAIN? Wasn't twice enough? Is your greed and blindness so great that you're willing to put a human life in jeopardy and utterly destroy a family just to win some football games? Despicable. Just despicable.


  • Forgot that dudes name, but he was the cop in the movie hangover....every time i see that dude i crack up