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Old 12-15-2010, 10:37 AM    (permalink
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I think Mississippi State is as good or better job than Miami is now.
This isn't really a serious post, is it?
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What about Miami is a good job now? Have you been down to Miami? The facilities are absolutely horrible. Plus Mississippi State and other jobs can pay twice what Miami can pay. And being a private school, it is harder for recruits to get into Miami. Add all that up and Miami isn't even close to being a top job.
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Per Friday's Alabama edition of bleacherreport, Tide receivers asst. coach Curt Cignetti has interviewed at Kent St, Saban's alma mater, & their opener for the 2011 season, for the open HC job. Kent St's gain will be Bama's loss as Cignetti is the recruiting coordinator.

Also reported that Longhorns RB coach Applewhite is the leading contender for the long-awaited bump up to OC at Texas replacing Greg Davis who resigned.

TUSCALOOSA -- Kent State has interviewed Alabama receivers coach Curt Cignetti, a source has confirmed.

The source described Cignetti's interview as "preliminary," but said it went "very well" and that a decision could be made by the end of next week.

According to reports, Kent State athletic director Joel Nielsen reached out to Alabama coach Nick Saban looking for advice on a replacement for Doug Martin, who officially resigned Nov. 26 after 28-6 win over Ohio to finish 5-7.

Kent State is Saban's alma mater.

Whether or not the move would make financial sense is unclear, but an opportunity to become a head coach could play a factor. Martin made $190,000 before he resigned, and Cignetti's salary for 2010-11 is $250,000.

Cignetti has been with Alabama since February 2007, and also serves as the Crimson Tide's recruiting coordinator.

Alabama opens the 2011 season hosting Kent State at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

According to reports, Texas has targeted Alabama offensive coordinator Jim McElwain and Crimson Tide defensive line coach Bo Davis.

McElwain, who is being considered as an offensive coordinator, recently interviewed for the head coaching vacancy at Colorado. Last year, he interviewed for the head coaching vacancy at San Jose State.

The front-runner to replace long-time Longhorns offensive coordinator Greg Davis, who resigned Monday, is former Texas quarterback and former Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Major Applewhite.

Applewhite is the assistant head coach for the Longhorns, and coaches running backs.


McElwain was scheduled to make $410,000 for 2010-11. Davis made $425,000 as recently as 2008.

Alabama could lose several juniors considering a jump to the NFL, including running back Mark Ingram and receiver Julio Jones. The Crimson Tide also must replace senior quarterback Greg McElroy.

Davis coached with Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp at LSU. He is scheduled to make $270,000 for 2010-11.

According to reports, Alabama assistant Sal Sunseri has expressed interest in replacing Dave Wannstedt as the head coach at Pittsburgh.

Sunseri graduated from Pitt in 1982, and older son Tino Sunseri is the starting quarterback for the Panthers. Sunseri's younger son, Vinnie Sunseri, has committed to Alabama and is expected to enroll in January.


Sal Sunseri is scheduled to make $350,000 for 2010-11.
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What about Miami is a good job now? Have you been down to Miami? The facilities are absolutely horrible. Plus Mississippi State and other jobs can pay twice what Miami can pay. And being a private school, it is harder for recruits to get into Miami. Add all that up and Miami isn't even close to being a top job.
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...


BAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Sorry, I couldn't get enough of the troll ignorance of this post. 1st of all, Miami has much better facilities than you think. We don't have 1st-rate facilities like Oregon and LSU but they're on par with most AQ teams...and they're getting upgraded soon.

Mississippi State can pay 7 million a year for a HC? That's news to me. Miami had enough funds collected to pay (a worthy) coach up to 3.5 million.

If Mississippi State was a better job than Miami, why did Dan Mullen express interest and interview for the Miami job? BTW he absolutely bombed the interview...after about 10-12 minutes it was clear that he was the wrong person for the job.

Go back to your cave and come back out when you're at least somewhat informed about college football in 2010.
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AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...


BAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Sorry, I couldn't get enough of the troll ignorance of this post. 1st of all, Miami has much better facilities than you think. We don't have 1st-rate facilities like Oregon and LSU but they're on par with most AQ teams...and they're getting upgraded soon.

Mississippi State can pay 7 million a year for a HC? That's news to me. Miami had enough funds collected to pay (a worthy) coach up to 3.5 million.

If Mississippi State was a better job than Miami, why did Dan Mullen express interest and interview for the Miami job? BTW he absolutely bombed the interview...after about 10-12 minutes it was clear that he was the wrong person for the job.

Go back to your cave and come back out when you're at least somewhat informed about college football in 2010.
Okay, obviously you are a Miami fan, so you are probably a bit biased, but Miami's facilities are nowhere near on par with most AQ teams. Duke, Wake, Vandy? Sure. But they are far behind FSU, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, and other upper level teams.

As for money, maybe MSU can't pay twice as much, but Golden got about 2-million a year, not 3.5. Mullen probably interviewed just in case he got a great offer. When I was looking for a job a few years ago, I accepted interviews to jobs I was almost certain I wouldn't take to get practice and just in case I got an offer much better than expected. No reasons why a college football coach can't do the same.
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Looks like Miami(Oh) coach Mike Haywood is the front runner for the Pitt job.
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http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/12/1...n-a-smart.html

miami was turned off by mullens "big ego" and said he was talking like he invented the game.
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Looks like Miami(Oh) coach Mike Haywood is the front runner for the Pitt job.
Haywood has agreed to the Pitt job. Good Hire for them he really tured Miami OH around in a short amount of time.
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Haywood has agreed to the Pitt job. Good Hire for them he really tured Miami OH around in a short amount of time.
I compare this hire to Mike Tomlin. Guy comes out of nowwhere to be a great hire.
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Just going on a hunch, but look out for Arkansas OC Garrick McGee as a potential hire for Florida's OC.

- former player
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- NFL experience (asst. with Jaguars)
- SEC experience

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Thursday, December 16, 2010
By Paul Zeise, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Pitt hired Miami of Ohio coach Michael Haywood as its next head football coach Wednesday, and he is expected to be introduced today by Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson.

Haywood, 46, replaces Dave Wannstedt, who was forced to resign last week after a disappointing 7-5 season, and becomes the school's first African-American football or men's basketball coach.

He led the Redhawks to a record of 9-4 this year, including a 26-21 win against Northern Illinois in the Mid-American Conference championship game.

Miami will play in the GMAC Bowl against Middle Tennessee State, but the game is not until Jan. 6 and Haywood will not coach in it. Instead, he will immediately start to assemble a staff and put the finishing touches on Pitt's recruiting class.

Currently, there are 13 players committed to the Panthers for next season, which means Haywood will have about seven more scholarships available to fill.

Haywood is expected to bring his assistant head coach, Bill Elias, with him to join the Pitt staff. Elias also was the recruiting coordinator and linebackers coach for the Redhawks.

Haywood was the coach at Miami for two seasons and compiled a record of 10-15 but he inherited a downtrodden program and went 1-11 his first year before making an incredible turnaround this season.

He was on the Pitt campus Tuesday night to complete the interview process, then Wednesday met a number of key people at the university as the two sides hashed out a deal.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it is for five years.

Wannstedt's base salary was $1,010,873, but he also received some undisclosed bonuses and incentives. Haywood's deal is believed to be in the same range.

After leaving Pitt Wednesday, Haywood returned to Oxford, Ohio, to meet with his team and inform them of his decision to take the Panthers' job, and he is expected to return today and be formally introduced at a news conference.

Haywood, a native of Houston, Texas, played at Notre Dame from 1982-86 under both Gerry Faust and Lou Holtz. He began his career as a flanker but switched to cornerback after his first year and started 13 games from 1984-86.

He graduated from Notre Dame in 1986 with a bachelor's degree from the College of Arts and Letters and took his first coaching job as a graduate assistant at Minnesota in 1988, then spent two years at Army, coaching defensive ends and special teams.

Haywood made other stops at Ohio (1991-92), Ball State (1993-94), Louisiana State (1995-2002) and Texas (2003-04). He coached a number of different positions, including running backs, receivers, linebackers and defensive ends and he also served a number of years as a special-teams coordinator as well as recruiting coordinator.

In 2005, he was hired by Charlie Weis at Notre Dame and served for four seasons as the Irish's offensive coordinator and running backs coach before he landed the job as Miami's head coach.

Haywood is known as a fiery guy and a disciplinarian, and his pregame speech from the Redhawks' 23-3 win against Temple in a key MAC-East game earlier this season has become a Youtube sensation because of the passion and energy with which he delivered it.

Haywood was one of several known candidates for the job, but he was one of only two who were seriously considered. The other was Temple coach Al Golden, who took the head-coaching job at the University of Miami Sunday.

Pitt also was believed to have had contact with San Diego State coach Brady Hoke, Tulsa coach Todd Graham and former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen.

But Haywood was on Pederson's short list from the start and comes highly recommended by a number of coaches like Messrs. Weis, Holtz, Faust and Texas coach Mack Brown.

He has recruited the Midwest as well as Florida, Texas, Louisiana, California, Canada, Oklahoma and Arkansas -- and he has been a member of the staffs of three Top 10 teams and six top 25 teams since 1995.

Haywood will have plenty of pressure to win immediately at Pitt as he inherits a team that is coming off three consecutive winning seasons, has earned three consecutive bowl bids and will have about 17 returning starters heading into spring practice.
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Okay, obviously you are a Miami fan, so you are probably a bit biased, but Miami's facilities are nowhere near on par with most AQ teams. Duke, Wake, Vandy? Sure. But they are far behind FSU, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, and other upper level teams.

As for money, maybe MSU can't pay twice as much, but Golden got about 2-million a year, not 3.5. Mullen probably interviewed just in case he got a great offer. When I was looking for a job a few years ago, I accepted interviews to jobs I was almost certain I wouldn't take to get practice and just in case I got an offer much better than expected. No reasons why a college football coach can't do the same.
They just received a gift of 5 million to spend on the facilities that are already 'average'. They aren't that bad and 'facilities' are overblown by so many people. Great facilities don't mean jack **** when it comes to winning championships, producing the most NFL players, and having the greatest college football team ever assembled (by a wide margin IMO) in the history of the NCAA.

So those teams who feel the need to brag on the cozy facilities they have to offer can keep bragging on them. Miami has so many other things that no college team can come close to offering. They offer the best recruiting area in the world right behind our campus. They offer the most NFL alum coming back to the school to help train the players. They offer an NFL city. They offer a recent history of dominance. They are still NFL U. They are still one of the best academic universities in the country.

Mississippi State offers....? A nicer locker room? The beautiful city of Starkville? The winning cow from last year's state fair?
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They just received a gift of 5 million to spend on the facilities that are already 'average'. They aren't that bad and 'facilities' are overblown by so many people. Great facilities don't mean jack **** when it comes to winning championships, producing the most NFL players, and having the greatest college football team ever assembled (by a wide margin IMO) in the history of the NCAA.

So those teams who feel the need to brag on the cozy facilities they have to offer can keep bragging on them. Miami has so many other things that no college team can come close to offering. They offer the best recruiting area in the world right behind our campus. They offer the most NFL alum coming back to the school to help train the players. They offer an NFL city. They offer a recent history of dominance. They are still NFL U. They are still one of the best academic universities in the country.

Mississippi State offers....? A nicer locker room? The beautiful city of Starkville? The winning cow from last year's state fair?
I can't believe that this is even a conversation... MSU vs Da U???? The city of Miami, a recruiting hotbed, 5 NCs, yadda yadda yadda. MSU doesn't even come close to comparing.
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miami was turned off by mullens "big ego" and said he was talking like he invented the game.
Translation: Miami couldn't afford Mullen.
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Translation: Miami couldn't afford Mullen.
don't you think it says something that UF also didn't consider Mullen???
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Not really when they went out and got Muschamp.
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Not really when they went out and got Muschamp.
Exactly. So Florida knows Mullen better than anyone else, familiar with the area, ties to Urban, would run the same offense...yet they went out and hired a guy who has never been a head coach before who has little ties to UF. That tells me that if UF would rather have that over Mullen, why would UM want him?
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Yeah, not to mention the rumors that Mullen was an arrogant prick and didn't really get along with the staff. We didn't want to bring Mullen back for a reason, and I think Miami saw the same thing. Now, I certainly think Da U could have done better than Golden, but only time will tell there.
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Mullen would've been a much, much better hire than Muschamp. The fact that Florida didn't even interview him tells me that either he wasn't interested or there was something about him that UF didn't like.
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Exactly. So Florida knows Mullen better than anyone else, familiar with the area, ties to Urban, would run the same offense...yet they went out and hired a guy who has never been a head coach before who has little ties to UF. That tells me that if UF would rather have that over Mullen, why would UM want him?
I wouldn't bother. He's a fan of Free Shoes U. Bobby Bowden is one of the slimiest car salesmen of college football. He talked a great game about integrity but it never showed in his actions. One dirty SOB.

At least the old Miami U people knew they were dirty and bragged about it. Slimy, but at least there was truth in advertising.
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Translation: Miami couldn't afford Mullen.
Remind me to PM you for inside info about Miami's OC search instead of going on the premium forums to see what all the well-connected insiders have to say.

I'm sure that after Mullen made a complete ass of himself in his interview, we offered him the 3+ mill that we prepared for Jon Gruden, but he turned it down to collect peanuts in Starkville. Thanks for the info.
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Ball State is likely going to hire Elon Phoenix HC Pete Lembo, if anyone is interested.
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Mullen would've been a much, much better hire than Muschamp. The fact that Florida didn't even interview him tells me that either he wasn't interested or there was something about him that UF didn't like.
Florida went for the glamor candidate, when it was apparent Richt wasn't going to be canned immediately & Muschamp wasn't going to hang around at Texas for another craptastic, humiliating yr, Florida threw the gazillions at him & got him, not that UGA could ever match a Florida offer that is that lucrative.
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Fridge forced out of Maryland. Leach is the likely hire. I really liked Danny O'Brien in the early goings as a prospect too. But the ACC should be interesting this year to say the least.
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Fridge forced out of Maryland. Leach is the likely hire. I really liked Danny O'Brien in the early goings as a prospect too. But the ACC should be interesting this year to say the least.
lol and we got James Franklin, thank you Terps!
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