Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Coaching Changes in the SEC
Coaching changes are a fact of life in big time college football. That is no different in the SEC where several high profile jobs were filled this winter. David Cutcliffe returned to Tennessee as the OC of Tennesse and Randy Sanders taking over the QB's at Kentucky. Spurrier made Nix his right hand man on the defensive side of the ball in Columbia. Auburn DC David Gibbs traded leagues with Will Muschamp as Gibbs made a good choice to get out before he was found hanging at Toomer's Corner. Now that the dust has settled, who has the best coaching staff in the SEC? Who puts the playes in the best position to win? Who makes a difference in the game?
Thank you for welcoming a new poster to the Fix, Jessica. I agree that we have been needing a little diversity around here since the last Bulldog does not bless us with his presence anymore for some reason. Your damn straight, Jess. This is the best blog in the world. "Diversity, I believe it was an old, old wooden ship used during Civil War times." -RB
Keys and Alibaba have been boys for a while. Please correct me if I am wrong. Keys came to stay with Alihambra his senior year at North Jackson. He got in trouble with a bag of weeeeeed? Did not play his senior year. What the hell?