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Old 03-09-2011, 02:13 PM    (permalink
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Default Best collegiate coaching staff?

Just read an article about Super Bowl winning coach Mike McCarthy, and this staff he was part of at Pitt blew me away.

Can anyone recall a better, deeper staff than this one?
Probably there are, but this is pretty impressive.

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It was at Pitt, as Alex Van Pelt’s quarterbacks coach on a staff that included Jon Gruden, Marvin Lewis, John Fox and Chris Petersen, that Mike McCarthy’s career got the nudge it needed. Two years later, he was coaching for Schottenheimer, a Pitt alum, in Kansas City, where McCarthy was an offensive assistant who worked with Joe Montana.

“You look back on that stuff. I was so blessed. That was a helluva staff,” McCarthy said of his days at Pitt.
The Alex Van Pelt part confuses me a bit, but what a staff for a college team.
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