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  1. Hey "genius", it makes absolutely no sense for you to state that we lack the financial commitment for a turnaround based on past data. We are currently funding the areas you cried about, at the level of the most successful programs. Period. At most you can say we are multiple years behind. Do you have some available data for the next several years that would support we will not be spending enough? you're also basing everything off of incomplete data as there are only 6 current AAC teams in that data, and the data is for the overall athletic programs. Temple is way lower and
  2. You did not provide a link however that database you reference shows that for 2019 our school funds more than Memphis or UCF aka the champs over the last three years. expanded to include student fees we are right on par with UCF and far ahead of Memphis. the total of "contributions", student fees, and school funds puts us right between Memphis and UCF.
  3. He had the ability that is so rare amongst WRs these days, of being able to catch a football. Great speed and playmaking ability in the jet sweep. Good luck to him
  4. Interesting because I would also say outside of BCC, Navy, and maybe ECU we don't have a big talent advantage over anyone either.
  5. Because they won't sign it when they have other better options
  6. You're arguing why it's a good idea for the school. Its still a terrible deal for the coaches unless the incentive laden contracts far exceed the guaranteed money because there will always be another school that will offer the guaranteed money.
  7. Sounds great. Until all the fully qualified, intelligent coaches take jobs at the schools who don't expect them to pay for all the aspects of the job they can't control.
  8. It's not really a low bar though, if his base pay is low. it is just performance based. He has the 56th highest base pay, aka one of the lowest in P5. Even if he wins 11 games a year that only gets him just inside the top 40 highest paid coaches. That's a great deal for Oregon.
  9. Crazy how it's the WR/passing game coordinators at LSU everyone is fawning over. Almost like there is more to coaching than calling plays
  10. Too bad we will never get the right OL for pro style football here. Btw, trolling
  11. Load of crap. Oregon was glad to be rid of him and if he left of his own will he wouldn't be getting a buyout. Taggart didn't bring him to Tallahassee as DC. The new staff in Tallahassee had no interest in retaining him. FAU was his only real option
  12. Load of crap. Oregon was glad to be rid of him and if he left of his own will he wouldn't be getting a buyout. Taggart didn't bring him to Tallahassee as DC. The new staff in Tallahassee had no interest in retaining him. FAU was his only real option
  13. Better than here? We should only hire people who are too good for the job but come anyway?
  14. but you don't know those guys other opportunities nor what we are actually going to pay them yet. why wouldn't they be up for more money based on their performance. just because they didn't get the same positions at Ole Miss does not mean they are not/ would not be coveted by other programs and for other positions.
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