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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorcho View Post
    he actually worked the "kick against the pricks" scripture into his Grimes tongue fondling

    maybe he'll be good or maybe not, but he's been an offensive line coach since 1998 and apparently he was so highly thought if that nobody in those 19 years thought he should be promoted to OC?
    Hey, just because he has never called a D1 play in his life doesn't mean he can't start doing it very well now.

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    That interview was an 'experience'.
    Thanks LA, good times.

    I always enjoy the Norm Chow interviews on 1280, and he expressed some pretty big concerns in particular about an OLine coach calling plays. Huge learning curve in his mind.

    Cue the 'Kalani and Geoff are coming to town' boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UBlender View Post
    I did get a kick out of watching the game Saturday and during one timeout the camera was on BYU's huddle where Shroyer was drawing things up on the clipboard while Rose stood the side like the Smithers to his Mr Burns. Is Shroyer LDS? If so, he's probably their next head coach, right? May as well be the head coach already, it seems.
    That is how he has always coached, regardless the assistants on his staff. Assistants have specific in game responsibilities and Rose let's them call their plays, or to set the defense based on the circumstances, based on the game plan leading up to the contest. In style he coaches like some head football coaches do. He's 314-113, .735 W-L% over thirteen seasons. He's 13-6 against Utah.

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    Why isn't anyone bringing up Makol Mawein? Getting decent minutes at Kansas State, averaging 6.3 PPG and 3.5 RPG in about 17 MPG. Also shooting 77 percent from the field. He's not an all-league player by any stretch, but what's our rationale in letting him walk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooblue View Post
    That is how he has always coached, regardless the assistants on his staff. Assistants have specific in game responsibilities and Rose let's them call their plays, or to set the defense based on the circumstances, based on the game plan leading up to the contest. In style he coaches like some head football coaches do. He's 314-113, .735 W-L% over thirteen seasons. He's 13-6 against Utah.

    Agree, he's a solid coach. Let's hope you idiots run him off like Bronco and hire Jimmer. Or should I say "Jimmer effing Fredette?" LOL....what a bunch of goofballs.
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