Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by tilly, Jan 18, 2021.
Maybe Heupel will become the new football coach at TN now.
UT hires former UCF Athletics Director Danny White as new AD
Danny White will announce them National Champs at the presser and proclaim the program fixed. What a great hire!
Title update #4!
**Tennessee Coaching Buzz** A Knight to the rescue!
Incredible. Good for Gus, I guess. If I'm an Auburn booster I am probably second guessing future donations.
ROTFL....then they can decorate all their UT police cars similar to these:
Pretty good hire on the surface. Someone distanced from the program, clean slate and all.
Not sure of his abilities though.
Guess he can't cry about not being able to schedule home-and-aways with UF anymore.
Maybe Danny gives Frost a call. Would make nice transition on thread title from Freeze to Frost.
UT mythical National make believe champions of life in 2022 book it!
Whoah! They are so screwed.
With the visor on he looks like the Dr. Pepper guy Larry. Dr. Pepper Larry might be the best they can get.
Incredibly disgraceful. How coaches got that much bargaining power is beyond me. Perhaps Michigan's sensible and firm handling of Harbaugh's contract will give other Athletic Directors and Universities the backbone to negotiate better. They can do it, if they have some huevos. The golden goose may not lay eggs forever.
Would make sense if they planned to fire him anyway and wanted to save the buyout money.
He will put up some Life Championship banners from the Butch-era.
First order of business is printing the banner
White may target Frost. Seems life at Nebraska isn't going Frosty's way, although if he scrutinizes UT's roster and administrative problems, Nebraska may look pretty good.
Agree. Stupid. Bonuses and incentives seem to be the way especially in post covid college football. I can imagine Michigan's people having that conversation with he and his agent and there just wasn't much room to negotiate with revenue having taken a dive and his on-field results being what they are. I think he's overpaid at $4 million a season.
The damage that is incoming due to the fallout from them diving onto the NCAA rules violations sword is going to far outweigh any buyout they would have owed Pruitt.