Press release on new hires


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PJ works fast! I really believe he has a list of coaches that he thinks are a good fit for how he runs the program. By next winter, he'll have a new list of coaches to stay ahead of the game.
 

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I am extremely interested to see what changes in our offensive playbook next year. The offensive coaching experience coming in has experience leading offenses that run a very wirlde variety of styles. Put the OC's, QB, coach TE coach , WR coach, RB coach coach in the same room for a month and let them share ideas and create a new scheme. Could be fun to watch.
 

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I am extremely interested to see what changes in our offensive playbook next year. The offensive coaching experience coming in has experience leading offenses that run a very wirlde variety of styles. Put the OC's, QB, coach TE coach , WR coach, RB coach coach in the same room for a month and let them share ideas and create a new scheme. Could be fun to watch.
I would think the playbook and scheme would largely stay the same. I imagine we have most plays that you would need, already in there.

More a matter of what gets called, how often, and when.


But, spring is a great time to try new things out.
 

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Hadn't actually looked at these last round of hires but made a swing by the Syracuse fan site and they are not happy we now have Coach Monroe.

If another fanbase's reaction to such a move is any measure of the future, I'll leave that to you to judge...


Methinks though this is a good thing...right now the thread is at 18 pages...
 


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Did another swing by Syracuse fansite and they had a thread about their best recruiters over the past 20 years.

Very nice to see that newly arriving Coach Monroe was who folks noted...and prominently. Apparently a S. Florida focus...nothing wrong with that.
 

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All look like good hires. However reading the bios of assistant coaches makes me think of the quote, "statistics are for assistant coaches."
 





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I would think the playbook and scheme would largely stay the same. I imagine we have most plays that you would need, already in there.

More a matter of what gets called, how often, and when.


But, spring is a great time to try new things out.
You forgot one thing...when to call timeouts!
 









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