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Postby VaderFin » Mon Jan 02, 2006 5:33 pm

The Great Gambini wrote:
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VaderFin wrote:Trust me, you don't want any of them. Kehoe is an institution but his day has come and gone. He has only really had a solid O Line in the Dorsey days. He wasn't much of a recruiter either. This was an ultimatum from the University...make these changes Coker or you are fired. I wish he hadn't made the changes and got fired. On to another 3 loss season. :,-(


Really? Wow, I thought you guys had some of the best assistants in the business.



Some are, yes. Others not so. Most Canes fans want a clean slate.


Can't blame ya. It looked like the U was going to become the ridiculous perennial national champ like USC is now. After the loss to Ohio State, it doesn't seem like the program has really recovered.



Which is why people blame Coker.
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Postby HskrPwr13 » Mon Jan 02, 2006 6:14 pm

VaderFin wrote:Did you know that Miami just fired its Offensive Coordinator, Running Backs Coach, Linebackers Coach, and OLine Coach (who has been there for like 25 years)!! 8-o :-/


Did you know Solich cleaned house. Put together a really nice staff. In one season, the program got turned around. Then a new AD came in and fired them all. And the next year they all finished 5-6 and nearly all current streaks and records set by the school went by the wayside?
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Postby Dolfin99 » Mon Jan 02, 2006 6:26 pm

VaderFin wrote:Did you know that Miami sucks major donkey balls right now? Oh wait, you probably knew that. :-[



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Postby HskrPwr13 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 10:00 am

Do you know what the most watched college football game of all-time is on ESPN? (Live, not including reruns)



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Postby HskrPwr13 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 10:01 am

Answer:

Nebraska's 32-28 win over Michigan in Wednesday's Alamo Bowl was the most-watched college football game in ESPN history, with a 5.41 rating.

The mark, which translates into 4.88 million households and 7.8 million viewers, exceeds ESPN's most-watched regular-season college football game - a Florida State vs. Miami matchup with 4.49 million households and 7.17 million viewers on Oct. 8, 1994. The previously most-watched ESPN bowl game was the 1998 Holiday Bowl between Nebraska and Arizona with 4.56 million households and 7.29 million viewers.
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Postby Metroid » Tue Jan 03, 2006 10:17 am

HskrPwr13 wrote:Answer:

Nebraska's 32-28 win over Michigan in Wednesday's Alamo Bowl was the most-watched college football game in ESPN history, with a 5.41 rating.

The mark, which translates into 4.88 million households and 7.8 million viewers, exceeds ESPN's most-watched regular-season college football game - a Florida State vs. Miami matchup with 4.49 million households and 7.17 million viewers on Oct. 8, 1994. The previously most-watched ESPN bowl game was the 1998 Holiday Bowl between Nebraska and Arizona with 4.56 million households and 7.29 million viewers.


Wow thats alot of folks!

I'd be willing to bet my left testicle that the Rose Bowl will surpass that mark.
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Postby VaderFin » Tue Jan 03, 2006 10:26 am

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HskrPwr13 wrote:Answer:

Nebraska's 32-28 win over Michigan in Wednesday's Alamo Bowl was the most-watched college football game in ESPN history, with a 5.41 rating.

The mark, which translates into 4.88 million households and 7.8 million viewers, exceeds ESPN's most-watched regular-season college football game - a Florida State vs. Miami matchup with 4.49 million households and 7.17 million viewers on Oct. 8, 1994. The previously most-watched ESPN bowl game was the 1998 Holiday Bowl between Nebraska and Arizona with 4.56 million households and 7.29 million viewers.


Wow thats alot of folks!

I'd be willing to bet my left testicle that the Rose Bowl will surpass that mark.



Too bad the Rose Bowl isn't on ESPN. :-b


This post just proves Cowboys crazy idea that no one cares about any bowls that aren't a BCS game! 8-o ;-7
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Postby Metroid » Tue Jan 03, 2006 10:37 am

Unfortunetly huh. :-b
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Postby CC » Tue Jan 03, 2006 12:03 pm

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VaderFin wrote:Trust me, you don't want any of them. Kehoe is an institution but his day has come and gone. He has only really had a solid O Line in the Dorsey days. He wasn't much of a recruiter either. This was an ultimatum from the University...make these changes Coker or you are fired. I wish he hadn't made the changes and got fired. On to another 3 loss season. :,-(


Really? Wow, I thought you guys had some of the best assistants in the business.



Some are, yes. Others not so. Most Canes fans want a clean slate.


You guys are going to have to totally rebuild the coaching staff if someone else offers Shannon a headcoaching spot and he takes it.
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Postby VaderFin » Tue Jan 03, 2006 12:10 pm

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VaderFin wrote:Trust me, you don't want any of them. Kehoe is an institution but his day has come and gone. He has only really had a solid O Line in the Dorsey days. He wasn't much of a recruiter either. This was an ultimatum from the University...make these changes Coker or you are fired. I wish he hadn't made the changes and got fired. On to another 3 loss season. :,-(


Really? Wow, I thought you guys had some of the best assistants in the business.



Some are, yes. Others not so. Most Canes fans want a clean slate.


You guys are going to have to totally rebuild the coaching staff if someone else offers Shannon a headcoaching spot and he takes it.



Let's hope that doesn't happen! :-o
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