I think Boulder was not a cultural fit for the family. If you follow Legend on twitter, then you know what I mean.I'll be interested to see what he makes at Tennessee. Would imagine it would have to take quite a bit more to get him to leave CU after one season with his son on the team.
Tray Scott for UGA made $475k last year. When he was hired at UGA in 2017 his base was $325k. If they have $450k allocated for a DL coach, that is plenty to lure a very quality, proven P5 coach. It may require a "Co-DC" title, depending on who they target, but $450k is a solid amount.Wish it was a lot more.
You're probably right, but the $450k was already built into Brumbaugh's contract for this year, assuming they factored in potential raises for other staff members in year two.There may be some raises that have yet to be announced that would potentially eat into that $450k. Multiple schools were after Kap and could see a couple other staff members in line for a bump also.
I’m sure they factored in contractual year 2 increases, but could see off-schedule increases and/or extensions being a net add, but who knows just get us another recruiter!!You're probably right, but the $450k was already built into Brumbaugh's contract for this year, assuming they factored in potential raises for other staff members in year two.
You sound like not the guy in charge of contracts for CUI bet there is no buyout involved. Probably notified Tucker and said his last day will be Friday, thereby not triggering the buyout clause. I Mel decides he doesn't want him around for a week, that is up to him, but there wouldn't be a buyout.
I think there's some smoke around Chris Wilson. I'd be happy if that's where we land.Any idea what the time frame for filling the position might be?
and **** them over twice in a week. Love that thought processLet's go after Ron Burton from the Michigan State staff.
Coached DL at Air Force from 2003-2012 before taking over the DL duties at MSU.
Ron Burton, a 27-year coaching veteran who also played four seasons in the NFL, is in his seventh season on the defensive staff at Michigan State. He has coachedmsuspartans.com
I noticed he was here in 2000-2004 as defensive line coach, I excuse my ignorance on that. Outside of 2003 (5-7) we posted some solid defensive numbers with him here. Defensive line isn’t an entire defense but the 2002 team only gave up 23.2 (39/117 teams) points a game, 195 passing yards and 170 rushing yards a game, good for 39th. I couldn’t find any stat sacks beyond 2004 so I will ignorantly assume the fact the defense was decently good and improved for 3 straight years 2000-02, was because we were able to get pressure.I think there's some smoke around Chris Wilson. I'd be happy if that's where we land.
Is Wilson a good-to-great recruiter?Regarding Chris Wilson, I get why Buffs on the staff and in the AD would be following him on twitter. They know him from when he coached here. But I can't think of a reason other than real smoke here that explains why a 2020 signee like Jordan Berry would have started following.