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The names he listed in no particular order are:
Talked a little about Petrino, but said like Gruden the chances are "less than 33%". I like the list, although I'm not sold on Golden yet. If I had to rank them myself it would probably be:
Fisher (Jimmy says he thinks Auburn will go hard after Fisher).
Stoops interests me the most. Proven at the college level. Gruden is more of a risk in my humble opinion.
Stoops is the perfect candidate IMO. Defensive minded coach that is as proven as proven gets.
This guy was on my original list that I posted and after last night he has moved to the top - find out what it would take to get David Shaw to come to Knoxville. Having said that, I doubt he leaves Stanford because that has been his dream job for years.
"Big risk even bigger reward"
One of the best football coaches in America. I told my wife several weeks ago that if he came to recruit my son I'd have a hard time telling my son to go anywhere else. I like him at Stanford. He's a great fit there and he's great for college football.
Agree 100% on Stoops. I've been quietly on his bandwagon for a while now. Bring Bobby back to the SEC.
Shaw is a Stanford guy. If he goes anywhere it will be the NFL but I see him at Stanford for a long time. Fear the Tree!!!
I read so much stuff on Twitter last night but someone like Pat Forde I believe was saying the same thing that Stanford was his dream job.
Why would Mora Jr. leave UCLA?
I'd shout from the rooftops if Stoops happened.
This post was edited by wataugavol 17 months ago
Seems like a good coach, but currently making 2.4 mill. I would imagine UCLA would increase to keep him and he is pretty much a west coast guy, so I'm not sure how seriously he would consider coming. But you are right, money usually talks.
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