Doesn't he run a pro style offense? Two problems with this. One, we have recruited players to run the spread (or at least a version of it), and two, college football is clearly moving away from pro style offenses. This would be a great hire if it was 2010.
College offense is all about the bright young minds. Where does our next OC fit into that context?I don't care if we hire bobo or bobo the clown. As long as we can start scoring TD's and winning. Are many of you against whoever Muschamp hires because he's Muschamp? Come on man...
Not old and not impressed with an 8 year failure in chargeBobo will go back to Georgia and put 500 yards on us next year. Then all you 50+ whiners will $hit a brick.
I'm just about done with this board. It's nothing but insecure old people with battered fan syndrome.
Bingo! I can't stomach anymore..2 yards and punt..seeing good QBs regress...make the change already..Norvel would be a great hire now. Of course the AD here would rather hire a search firm.How ignorant for anyone to think that allowing Muschamp to hire a new OC (his 5th in 8 years) is going to make any difference in our football program. It’s even more ignorant to think that it will be better this time because Tanner and the BOT are overseeing this hire.
We could have, and still should, fire Tanner and Muschamp, and make an offer to Mike Norvell at Memphis to be our head coach before he takes one of the 3 open jobs in the SEC. Norvell is young, a consistent winner, and has a dynamic and explosive offense, all of which we need. His buyout is only $500,000, and he can coach circles around Muschamp! Instead, we’ll bring in some retread OC, like Bobo, who we will owe another 2 years of salary after we fire Muschamp and the entire staff next year.
Remember the definition of insanity....
It's a mixed bag of emotions in Dawg Nation about wanting Bobo back or not. I think more people want Mike back in Athens than not.Yeah, I mean, I’m not in love with the idea of him coming here, but it’s straight foolishness to say he was bad at UGA. He clearly wasn’t.
Even the pros are moving away from pro style offenses.Doesn't he run a pro style offense? Two problems with this. One, we have recruited players to run the spread (or at least a version of it), and two, college football is clearly moving away from pro style offenses. This would be a great hire if it was 2010.
Even the pros are moving away from pro style offenses.