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Topic: Ventables: Ward: Mustchamp
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Ventables: Ward: Mustchamp

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Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:08 PM
 

Ok, I don't think Ventables is going anywhere soon, but....
If he were to find a Head coaching job, I think Clemson would be doing Clemson a dis-service by hiring Muschamp. I think he is a great DC, but he would bolt for any SEC team... Any SEC team!
I don't think Ward will be fired from SC either in response to the article about wether Clemson would have to out bid Spurrier for Mustchamp. Ward is an idiot for trying to switch over to this 3-4 scheme and I guarantee Spurrier is regretting letting him do it, but you can see by their LB depth why they thought is was a good idea. They saw their D- line was garbage and thought it would counter, but hasn't panned out so far. On that same note, some how some way they will look like an all Pro D on Nov. 28, they seem to always figure it out when we play them.
Anyway, If all that were to happen and BV is gone, I think the best choices out there would be Ellis Johnson ( isn't leaving auburn for anybody) Narduzzi ( dought he would leave MSU for an ACC school) and then of corse John Chavis who was close to coming here when LSU came calling. He might desire a change, plus he's from this area. But, my money is on Brooks- our very own Dan Brooks, who would be a great inside hire, he loves us, he knows what to do, he's loyal, smart, and has been doing this for 30+ years. I think Dabo would give him a shot. I think Dabo will look around and then promote. Brooks probably sticks with Ventables scheme and does a solid job, either way though I am finally to the point where I trust Dabo's hiring. I wasn't for a long time because of Napier and Steele but he's rebounded nicely with Morris, BV, and Reed.


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Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:13 PM
 



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Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:19 PM
 

He's worked under some greats.
Mack Brown, Phil Fulmer, and Dabo Swinney. Lots of years at Tennesse with Chavis


I think Brooks is a lifer position coach...


Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:41 PM
 

I cant see him becoming a DC at a major program for the first time in his 60s. There's probably a reason he has never done it and Im guessing he's just never wanted to be one.

Internally, Hobby would be more likley but Im guessing he'd have to go outside the program and would have a TON of interest.


What about Brad Lawing?


Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:43 PM
 

Very good coach and and even better recruiter.

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Re: What about Brad Lawing?


Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:47 PM
 

I think Ward had to go with a different defensive scheme to make up for lousy recruiting on the defensive side of the ball.


Re: What about Brad Lawing?


Posted: Oct 23, 2014 3:50 PM
 

Ventables ? Is that a new line that Huggies is trying out ?

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Re: What about Brad Lawing?

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Posted: Oct 23, 2014 4:16 PM
 

Lawling is a great coach, but terrible recruiter.


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