Friday, December 07, 2007

Does anybody want this job?

Rutgers University Head Coach Greg Schiano withdrew his name from consideration on Friday, December 7, 2007 after having met with Michigan A.D. Bill Martin for five (5) hours earlier in the week. Although an offer was not officially made, the job was reportedly Schiano's if he wanted it. He didn't.

Michigan's coaching search is now in total disarray. Les Miles and Greg Schiano have now both withdrawn their names from consideration. Iowa's Kirk Ferentz keeps getting mentioned and then rejected. Michigan appears, for some unknown reason, unwilling to consider the University of Cincinnati's Brian Kelly. So far, Michigan has interviewed their own Offensive Coordinator Mike DeBord and their own Defensive Coordinator Ron English. Michigan has also "made contact" with former Michigan asst. coach (and current Ball State Head Coach) Brady Hoke. What an incredibly successful coaching search. I think it is about time Bill Martin talk to Coach Carr about coming back for one more year. Go Blue!

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At 3:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoke deserves a close look. Winning track record, U of M history, can do the recruiting that has been missing for several years. Recruits and develops. Might just be what the "BO" would say yes to. Besides no "big names" will take what is left of a great program and try to rebuild.

 
At 5:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoke is a dope. The folks close to him at his current school says...he is doing it with smoke and mirrors. He can't coach and if he gets into Michigan he will show his inability to coach. He maybe worse than Carr.

 
At 10:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHEN CARR LEAVES HE SHOULD TAKE ALL HIS FLUNKEYS WITH HIM,RON ENGLISH ECT.

 

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