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I would like a QB coach or former QB to be OC. I like youth, but if I was Andersen I might look for a more experienced O-Coord. I would try for Canada first, albeit its not likely.
I saw a list of a few OCs that might be available. I'm definitely intrigued by several.
I agree though, we need a QB coach, a guy that has played QB. I don't want the WR coach trying to also fill in as QB coach.
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Agree, not cool at all. I know there are some people on here that do post on tos so for these 2 pieces that have been copied and pasted someone should post that the "douche" doing this got his amazing information from badger247.
We'll put a stop to it. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
Back to the topic at hand....
I wonder if this one takes a while to sort out.
What about Rudolph?
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Anyone know how much Rudolph is making at Pitt compared to Canada when he was at UW?
Hammock could be the OC and RB coach. He was the OC for a few games at Minnehaha when he was there and they won some games including beating Iowa. A QB coach could also be the passing game coordinator. If UW loses Hammock to the NFL, which has almost happened, the QB coach would be ready to step in as OC.
This post was edited by ramajoti on 12/22/2012 at 10:25 AM
The need for a QB coach eliminates Rudolph in my opinion.
What about Scott Loeffler?
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