Week by Week Coaching Names

[quote=“charlotteguy88, post:4, topic:23846”]Larry Kehres- Mount Union- 18 undefeated regular seasons, 10 National titles, at a D3 school, maybe he’s ready for a new challenge? or more money?
Chris Hatcher- Murray State- 89-21 record, tried moving up from D2 Valdosta State, where his success was, to Georgia Southern, but things didn’t work out, he tried bringing in his pass heavy offense to a traditional running school, and now he is at Murray State. He would do better to start new, and fresh with a new program, and he has his eyes on an FBS job, why not come to school and start fresh and a school that wants to be FBS one day. Has southern recruiting ties as well.[/quote]

I would love for Hatcher to come here. The air raid would be a hit. He just got hired by Murray State, so I dont know how that would pan out.

who is App State’s Offensive Coordinator?

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/10/08/1748860/charlotte-football-coach-search.html

Old article about our coaching position

States that a young coach would not be ideal due to lack of experience when the road gets bumpy, sorry Minter I think your out as HC, but im all in favor as a position coach!

[quote=“ninerID, post:7, topic:23846”]Kevin Wilson - OC Oklahoma
Born in Maiden, NC
48 years old
Played at UNC
Currently making $225k
2008 Broyles Award winner (award for nation’s top assistant)[/quote]

Will be the next head coach at Indiana

Urban Meyer just resigned at Florida. The high-pressure situation has taken its toll on his health and his life so he is walking away. I think that Charlotte would be an excellent place for him to wind down his career.

I’m sure he’d love to start up an FCS program for 1/10th his current salary, not to mention relocate his family. I think you were being sarcastic, but I’m not sure.

I think he was more just joking than being sarcastic.

Coaching at UF is no joke.

Not if he’s not wanting to put 24/7/365 into it. We need a full time coach!

I’m sure he’d love to start up an FCS program for 1/10th his current salary, not to mention relocate his family. I think you were being sarcastic, but I’m not sure.[/quote]Not being especially sarcastic or joking (nor too serious), I think it was a comment on how much less life-and-death coaching is at Charlotte. For good or bad if our football coach’s worst season ever is 7-5 he is not on the hot seat. If your nerves are shot but you love football (and have a bank full of money) we are like semi-retirement compared to being the Gator’s coach. And yeah, he isn’t coming here. I do get that.

I’m sure he’d love to start up an FCS program for 1/10th his current salary, not to mention relocate his family. I think you were being sarcastic, but I’m not sure.[/quote]Not being especially sarcastic or joking (nor too serious), I think it was a comment on how much less life-and-death coaching is at Charlotte. For good or bad if our football coach’s worst season ever is 7-5 he is not on the hot seat. If your nerves are shot but you love football (and have a bank full of money) we are like semi-retirement compared to being the Gator’s coach. And yeah, he isn’t coming here. I do get that.[/quote]

Point taken. I wasn’t trying to be a douche towards you, I can just never tell with this board sometimes whether or not people are being serious.

[quote=“jfickett, post:30, topic:23846”]Point taken. I wasn’t trying to be a douche towards you, I can just never tell with this board sometimes whether or not people are being serious.[/quote]No offense taken. This board is proof that Niners eat their own young. You can’t be too sensitive and survive here.

[quote=“ninerID, post:12, topic:23846”]sticking with the BCS assistants:

James Willis
DC - Texas Tech
Part of the Nick Saban Coaching tree and now a DC under Tuberville (similar to Chizik & Muschamp)
38 Years old[/quote]
http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=5957902

Leaves Texas Tech after one season, rumor is he is headed to Florida.

Joe Reich - Head Coach of the Wingate Bulldogs (Division II)

  • He recently won Coach-of-the-Year (again) for the South Atlantic Conference for 2010 and has expressed interest in filling Elon’s vacancy.

  • Took over a 1-10 Wingate program & turned them into a Top 25-type program

  • “Reich witnessed two transitions at Buffalo, as he was very instrumental in Buffalo’s move from NCAA Division III to NCAA Division I-AA.”

http://www.wingatebulldogs.com/coaches.aspx?rc=48&path=football

clt says to be wary of reich’s brother, trey.

How about the Fridge out of Maryland? We might be able to land him and he is being fired after winning the ACC coach of the year. I think it would be a good hire (though he would need to figure out some sort of diet with the Southern food he would then have access to).

I would be happy with fridge or t. bowden if we could get them.

BUTCH DAVIS!

Philip Fulmer

I’d love to get fish lips Phil. No joking. He’s a really nice guy and he loves football and being a coach. He’d be great in the communiy too.

It’d take a long time to rub the orange off him though, which is okay. That kind of loyalty isn’t a bad thing.

So while we are twiddling our thumbs, Elon has interviewed their first candidate:

Don Brown
former HC at UMASS (national title game in 2006)
now DC at Maryland.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Brown_(American_football_coach)

I think this is a pretty solid candidate. Improved the programs he was at. Finished 1st in the CAA 2x, 2nd 2x in 5 years at UMASS. Took Northeastern from 10th to 1st in 3 years in what was the Atlantic 10.