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I don't think there is any advantage to firing a coach mid season, but what about a DC? Would replacing him tomorrow improve our D for next week? What does having an interem DC do for recruiting?
Too little, too late now.
As Chartervol pointed out in the game thread, Majors did it once. And it actually resulted in improved performance the rest of that season.
Statistically, it can't hurt.
You mean we haven't fired him yet???
I think we heard hints of that happening with the 'Conklin situation'. It would not surprise me if Conklin starts making more if not all the defensive calls without advertising that Sunseri is no longer in charge.
This post was edited by tnbear66 17 months ago
It doesn't matter. With Dooley's job security he won't be able to hire an established coordinator. We either fix it with who we have or change regimes entirely.
This is not all hyperbole on my part but I think the players on the field could draw D plays in the dirt and do as well. At least we would be unpredictable.
Have to disagree on this one. Nine games into the season and our worse defensive performance of the year. tnbear may be closest to a fix absent an outright staff shake-up.
I think you're on it tnbear. I think this will happen starting tomorrow and might be better than demoting Sal outright.
It would only take a 25% improvement in our D stat's to help significantly. Assuming it is reflected in the opponents score we would have beaten UGA, MSU and USCe. Even as little as 15% gets us a win against UGA and USCe. Would better DC calls get us that 15 or 25% improvement. I think it would at least get us 15%...PUT CONKLIN IN CHARGE OF MAKING THE D CALLS...IT CAN'T GET WORSE!
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