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  1. #331
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    Quote Originally Posted by concerned View Post
    If I read Wikepedia correctly, Peyton and Elway are correct. The others are OJ, Bradshaw, Earl Campbell, and Cam.

    Is that right, SoCalPat?
    That's correct. Sorry for the delay in responding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concerned View Post
    These days, it is hard to imagine that an rb ever went no. 1 or was mvp. Earl Campbell?
    Largely accepted that if he didn't miss a game early in the season, that he would've broken OJ's single-season rushing record (for which he won his MVP in 1973). Finished with 1,934 yards (second-highest all-time when done). And really, little has changed since then. If you're MVP and you're a RB, you've done either something statistically outrageous (Barry, Terrell Davis, AP, LT, Shaun Alexander) or you're the engine on a great team (Thurman Thomas, Emmitt Smith, Marshall Faulk).

  3. #333
    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalPat View Post
    Largely accepted that if he didn't miss a game early in the season, that he would've broken OJ's single-season rushing record (for which he won his MVP in 1973). Finished with 1,934 yards (second-highest all-time when done). And really, little has changed since then. If you're MVP and you're a RB, you've done either something statistically outrageous (Barry, Terrell Davis, AP, LT, Shaun Alexander) or you're the engine on a great team (Thurman Thomas, Emmitt Smith, Marshall Faulk).
    I don't ever remember the Oilers being championship caliber enough to justify an mvp,
    but it was a long time ago.

  4. #334
    Mike McCoy fired as OC for the Broncos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    Mike McCoy fired as OC for the Broncos.
    This could be great for the Utes. Maybe bring him in as a grad asst?

  6. #336
    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    This could be great for the Utes. Maybe bring him in as a grad asst?
    LOL - I doubt he would be interested in the new assistant coach job. It will be interesting to see what direction Whit goes with the additional assistant. I hope he goes for a veteran coach with head coaching experience. I wouldn't mind Andersen getting hired as the Special Teams Coordinator or Ed Lamb from BYU.

  7. #337
    Quote Originally Posted by UTEopia View Post
    LOL - I doubt he would be interested in the new assistant coach job. It will be interesting to see what direction Whit goes with the additional assistant. I hope he goes for a veteran coach with head coaching experience. I wouldn't mind Andersen getting hired as the Special Teams Coordinator or Ed Lamb from BYU.
    Iím hoping for a time out strategist


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    Quote Originally Posted by UTEopia View Post
    Ed Lamb from BYU.
    I'll take Lamb. I don't know him, but people seem to really respect him.

    More than anything, assistant coaches need to be able to recruit.

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