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It's on the short list, for serious.
But the response from that lawyer and the frat boys has been the worst (but best) part. This is history's dumbest PR campaign. Baghdad Bob thinks these guys are a bit over the top.
I don't anticipate in this thread.
I just read and react and hit.
Final phase is supposed to be done around January or so, unless something has changed and I missed the memo.
Just wanted to get your expert opinion:
1. Who are the top three WRs going into next season?
2. If you didn't assume that Hunter and C.P. leave when you answered #1, for the sake of discussion, who are the top three if they both leave? I'm assuming Carter or someone not even on the roster might get into the mix.
3. How would you rank these offensive coordinators from 1-5 based on knowledge and ability more so than results (Fulmer, Cutcliffe, Sanders, Clawson, Chaney)?
4. Since you've been following the Vols, who would you say is the best assistant coach that we've had (including current assistants)?
Wes, when we gonna beat Bama?
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
Any idea why Vol fans won't vote for Tyler on the O'Brien Award site? He's gone from 2nd to 6th. Really is pathetic.
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Jetervol 18 months ago
1. Depends which guys go pro. I tend to think Hunter and CP will go pro, so that would leave a big ol' committee.
2. Carter would definitely play a role, IMO. I think Pig would play a big part, obviously, assuming he's still at WR, and then I think you'd have Blanc and Croom and Bowles and Dallas. It's a great question, but so much would depend on the spring. I think it would be a big rotation until guys proved themselves. We really haven't seen enough of the young guys in practice to know, and then there's the factor of PT being available. Some guys just perform better when they know they have a chance to play.
3. Cutcliffe, Fulmer, Chaney, Clawson, Sanders. But I really don't think any of 'em were bad. I put Clawson over Sanders because one of them is an FBS head coach, and the other isn't.
4. Cutcliffe and Chavis.
It's gonna be a little while longer, I'm afraid.
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