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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Dec 7, 2018.
Yeah that was surprisingly smart. Temple has been on a pretty good run of coaches lately and that team is pretty damn good for someone to step into.
Congrats fellow ACC bros. It’s over.
poor Temple can't hold on to a coach. him staying one more year would have done that program a lot of good.
Really good hire
Maybe they'll be able to wrangle some recruits away from the South Carolina's, Tennessee's, Auburn's, etc.
Is this Al Golden II? What type of offense does he run?
Just watching the UCF/Temple game they ran up tempo and put up 670 yards on them
Then again it was against a randy Shannon defense
Should've been their first choice.
He works hard at recruiting. His teams don't beat themselves. He's not a triple option guy. That's as good as they can get.
He took over a really solid program that Matt Rhule left behind. He hasn’t proven himself. Al Golden part 2
Just a little more, I'm almost there.
He spells his name Geoff
When you've said buddddddddssweisser........
#Alabama Crimson Tide
We know. Don't care
He’s putting together a staff that should recruit really well in Ga and the southeast. They won’t beat UGA/Bama/etc on kids those schools want but they’re gonna make it tough on that next tier of kids
The South Carolina’s, Auburn’s and Gators will battle for the rest.
Thanks we’re just happy to be included
He, like Satterfield, is from the Mario Cristobal coaching tree (he gave both of them their first coordinator positions), gotta dislike him out of principle.
it doesn't matter how good their recruiters are, you have to get these kids cleared into the school and you have to convince them to basically be into STEM because GT has mandatory STEM classes. oh and you have to beat out the dozen ACC/SEC schools that feast on your state at will already.
GT is a fucking nightmare to recruit for, it's nuts.
How is that a thing?
As stated in the champs thread, he's a pretty good recruiter, but leaves a lot to be desired on the field
Stanford lowered their requirements for football players, does Georgia Tech not do the same? And aren't most GT football players just business majors?
No, I mean how did they get him?
Yeah, think this is overblown. Stanford, Notre Dame, Northwestern etc.. all better schools academically that field respectable football programs and neither of them are in a better area to recruit and attract recruits than GT.
Now that GT has ditched the Russel uniforms and the option they should be able to field a respectable program too if this coach is doing his job.
I don't know their requirements but I can definitely say theirs is probably the highest in the ACC which puts them up there in general for a P5 school. also, the major is whatever (although they don't have joke majors a lot of other schools do) but I'm saying they have mandatory STEM classes like Calc and Physics that a lot of kids aren't prepared for nor into taking which adds into it being hard to recruit there. that's the reason a school in the middle of Atlanta sucks at both football and basketball. with different standards they could be a powerhouse in at least one of those sports.
I don't know if we fought too hard to keep him
GT requires calculus for every student.
Are these requirements new?
They used to have elite basketball and pretty good football. Seems like bad coaching decisions more than academics keeping people out.
Oh, my bad. He played O line for GT
Kind of like u in the bedroom lol
Are the mandatory STEM classes for all students?
From how I understand it.....Ga Tech admissions are a notch higher than baseline clearinghouse requirements. Im not sure where its at, but you need a higher GPA and you have to have some particular coursework. Its not where Stanford is/was, but its harder for a Football kid to get in Ga Tech than Georgia.
Make him OC and lol hire
Gus Malzahn is looking for a new right-hand man.
Patrick Suddes, the top man on Auburn’s support staff, has left to take a similar position on Geoff Collins’ staff at Georgia Tech, a person familiar with the decision tells Auburn Undercover.
Suddes had been with Auburn since 2016 and served as the assistant athletics director for football handling office work and overseeing the Tigers’ recruiting department. He also managed the roster.
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No fucks were givin
If you watch on mute, it looks like he's doing slam poetry or spoken word.
He's going to fail because of that, tbh
Looks a bit like he has down's syndrome in that video.
That would explain our guard play during his run