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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Dec 13, 2020.
My sources are telling me it’s Cristobal’s to turn down.
He should’ve also lost to Arkansas and Ole Miss.
Saban getting a new assistant to fuck with in his division
I just don't see the benefit in firing him after a good year. He's won more games than Ohio State.
We should have lost to Arkansas and Ole Miss too though. Refs bailed us out in both games.
If I'm Cristobal I turn that down. This year aside, he's got a good thing going at Oregon.
Auburn will double his salary. And it’s an easier place to recruit to.
Auburn could double Cristobals salary and hed still be more than a million cheaper than Gus.
Pretty sure he’d rather be in the southeast instead of cold ass Oregon
If that were true wouldn't Gus have won more?
Oregons not that cold, just wet and depressing.
Then why leave Oregon? He's only gotta compete with UCLA, that's a little easier than UGA, bama, LSU, a&m, ole miss, miss state, etc
Because it’s a better job in a better conference in more fertile recruiting territory?
Have you seen Oregon’s uniforms though?
Fambuleh piled on my sweet little dumpling something fierce on the previous page
Because they’ll double his salary and it’s an easier place to recruit to. HTH
coastal oregon is very nice looking and its not THAT far from eugene but auburn has top tier cow pastures.
Is this true though? I mean auburn hired Pearl and Wade is still at LSU. I thought he actually couldn’t stop anyone from making a hire.
I don’t think he can legally stop it from happening, but he made it known after the fact that he didn’t want him back in the conference.
Top tier fungus that grows in those cow pastures
So 2032 when it’s Senator Gus?
deserves more tbh
Not anymore. AU developed supplemental feed for cattle that has anti fungicidal shit in it. No more boomers
administration always booking flights for other coaches behind your back, in state rival is a smidge more successful, out of state rival surpassed them, lack of job security, unrealistic expectations, undesirable time zone, not as many uniform options, off-brand caliber uniform supplier?
Cristobal should just go, lose a bunch of games, and set his next few generations for life on the buyout imo
Tuberville built a lot of good will and relationships while he was here. Gus avoided that at all costs.
Gus was here 8 fucking years and was dogshit for the majority of them.
I have zero doubt Sexton is going to find a way to float Jimbo’s name into this circus
He has ties here it would make sense to get him paid more
Cristobal's baby momma hates Oregon. Her fambuleh is in Atlanta and she wants to be close to home.
I'm tracking with some of my real estate friends to see if she's put any feelers out for an Atlanta area home.
I don’t think it is a coincidence Lovie Smith becomes available and then the Gus news breaks.
Home? Shit they rent here in Eugene.
It would be pretty funny if malik willis transferred back to auburn
Clay Helton is undefeated
i started saying "bless me" directly to my dog when i sneezed and now i have to catch myself from saying it around people
God he does have ties here don't even play like that
You'd have to do more than double my salary to move from the PNW to Alabama.
That’s probably because your salary is a fraction of what a P5 head football coaches is.
Thats not even counting going from Nike to Under Armour. Ouch
Oregon close to long-term extension with Cristobal, per report
Since his hiring in December of 2017, Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal has been mentioned as a potential candidate for various other coaching jobs across college football. With Auburn parting way with Gus Malzahn on Sunday, Cristobal's name was immediately put forth as a candidate for the open position in Alabama.
A follow-up report from The Oregonian's John Canzano says that he expects Oregon and Cristobal to come to terms on a long-term contract extension when the season is over.
"Source at Oregon tells me Ducks were close to big extension with Mario Cristobal before pandemic hit. Talks have picked back up. I expect long-term deal will be announced whenever this blasted season ends. Cristobal is 11th highest paid coach in conference," tweeted Canzano.
Canzano had reported on Tuesday morning in a column that the two sides are engaged in a contract negotiation that would not only give Mario Cristobal, the second lowest-paid head coach in the Pac-12, a boost to his base salary, but would also increase his current buyout, making it more difficult for other teams to come calling. Canzano cites a source within the Oregon program, with the columnist adding, "everyone I’ve talked with believes a long-term extension will get done."
Following the 2019 season, it was reported by Canzano and others that Cristobal was in negotiations to increase his base salary. Those negotiations came following Oregon's Rose Bowl winning season but were halted due to the COVID-19 Pandemic with athletic departments seeing large financial losses. In a recent University of Oregon Board of Trustees meeting, the athletic department estimated losses for the 2020-21 financial year to be above $60 million due to the absence of fans and shortened 2020 football season.
Cristobal and the University of Oregon agreed to a new contract in June of 2019, bumping up the original contract valued at $2.5 million per season that was signed when the coach was hired in December of 2017. Cristobal's current contract value for the 2019 season increased by $100,000 and will add an additional $100,000 for each of the following four seasons. The total increase in contract value is $4 million dollars with the coach slated to earn $3 million in the 2023 contract year.
Though Cristobal's base pay was smaller than other Pac-12 coaches and was the smallest among Power Five schools that competed in last year's New Year Six, the contract was structured to heavily reward performance-based bonuses. Cristobal earned $1.175 million in bonuses last season, the second-most of any college football coach, behind LSU's Ed Orgeron who won the College Football Playoff.
While recruiting is not one of the incentivized bonuses, the Oregon coach has shown tenacity on the recruiting trail, landing the top three classes in program history from 2018 through 2020, and is looking to sign the school's best recruiting class in just over a week. Cristobal has held the Pac-12's top recruiting class for the past two years and is looking to become the first program other than USC to sign the Pac-12's best recruiting class three years in a row.
Mario Cristobal was hired at Oregon back on December 7, 2017, when athletic director Rob Mullens picked him to replace Willie Taggart who had left for Florida State. In the initial contract, both parties agreed to attach a steep buyout to Cristobal's deal to prevent schools from going after Cristobal. His current contract calls for a $8 million buyout should Cristobal elect to leave on his own accord before January 31st of 2021.
In this hypothetical, I'm making whatever Cristobal is.
At Oregon, you don't have to deal with...
1. A crazy fan base
2. Nick Saban being your primary rival
3. Insane amount of pressure
4. Surrounding programs trying to take the best talent in your region
Plus, you don't have to live in Alabama.
Maybe you haven't heard. Auburn is a special fucking place.
With great sandwiches too
yes but you don’t have to live in fear of Antifa!
I'm hearing this is too little too late
You’re also not a football coach, but duh.