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Thread: B Schottenheimer interviewing today for Alabama OC position

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    http://www.rotoworld.com/playernews/nfl/football

    Rotoworld also mentions he is reportedly meetig with Alabama as well under where it speaks about his dad meeting with TB.
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    I thought Bama had an OC but Auburn is looking to replace Malzahn.
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    From the look of things coaches dont see coaching in college a stepdown anymore or maybe they never have since its usually the fans that have that opinion. Kind of funny he would go to Alabama to coach for a coach that preferred Alabama to us. Quite ironic. The guy could easily get a coordinator job at any level or stay with jets and he chooses Alabama possibly. You do have to respect walking away from a contract that if you get fired you would get pretty well paid. He is the second coordinator in a week to look at collge over NFL . Hell last year Charlie Weiss who did a great job for the chiefs walked away from that job to coordinate for a college team and now he is coaching one of the Kansas schools I believe Kansas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by utahphinsfan View Post
    I thought Bama had an OC but Auburn is looking to replace Malzahn.
    Bama's OC took the head coaching job at Colorado St
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    From the look of things coaches dont see coaching in college a stepdown anymore or maybe they never have since its usually the fans that have that opinion. Kind of funny he would go to Alabama to coach for a coach that preferred Alabama to us. Quite ironic. The guy could easily get a coordinator job at any level or stay with jets and he chooses Alabama possibly. You do have to respect walking away from a contract that if you get fired you would get pretty well paid. He is the second coordinator in a week to look at collge over NFL . Hell last year Charlie Weiss who did a great job for the chiefs walked away from that job to coordinate for a college team and now he is coaching one of the Kansas schools I believe Kansas.
    He was kicked out the door, but given the option of leaving with dignity. Who in their right minds leaves a job before another is lined up? Bottom line, you have a failed OC interviewing with a great college coach who also realized he couldn't cut it working in an NFL league populated by men, who are highly paid and not inclined to be browbeaten by anyone.

    So in a way you're right: there sort of a synchronicity there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    He was kicked out the door, but given the option of leaving with dignity. Who in their right minds leaves a job before another is lined up? Bottom line, you have a failed OC interviewing with a great college coach who also realized he couldn't cut it working in an NFL league populated by men, who are highly paid and not inclined to be browbeaten by anyone.

    So in a way you're right: there sort of a synchronicity there.
    Im pretty sure no matter how much we hate Saban his leaving had nothing to do with him not being able to cut it. He had one sucessful year and one bad year. Saban could get a job in the NFL right now if he wanted to even with the drama here. Noone on this board knows what happened in Miami with Saban, maybe him and Huzienga had issues. As for schott maybe he was going to be fired but most coordinators would wait to be fired and Schott would have easily gotten another OC job maybe even here if Fisher was hired and you know he wouldnt have had a problem finding one. I wouldnt call a coordinator that held his job since 2006 for a team that was fairly successful under him a failure. I mean look at the coordinator everyone wants as a coach Chudinski how long did he keep the Browns gig so was he a failed OC. Hell we hired an Oc that lasted very little time in Cleveland so i guess Daboll was a huge failure there and may get canned this year. Schottenheimer will still be fine he got an interview with the jags for head coach and down the line he will get another. Back to Saban hate the way it ened here but like I said nobody on this board knows what happened here and I think we would be foolish to feel that Saban could not coach on an NFL level when we have so little data except one losing season , one winning season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Day View Post
    I guess Saban, I mean Satan does not want to win any more national championships.
    As if Alabama or LSU did anything resembling an offense.

    Schotty will help them. They have no offense at all. And that quarterback is terrible. TERRIBLE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertical Limit View Post
    As if Alabama or LSU did anything resembling an offense.

    Schotty will help them. They have no offense at all. And that quarterback is terrible. TERRIBLE.
    People on this board love to hate on schotty but as an OC he survived alot of coaching turnover. Since that time we have went though Mike Mularkey, Cam Cameron, Dan Henning and now Daboll.
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    People here always have something to say though. "LOLz Bills promoted Wanny", what's funny about that he's a damn good DC. "LOLz Saban isn't going to win national championships anymore", really now, did you watch the game? One touchdown in the Field Goal Bowl on Monday Night.
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