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Cristobal to Miami confirmed

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  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 21,538
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    edited September 12

    Lesser pay and shitty facilities at Miami.

    I’m hearing Jimmy Lake is a candidate.

    Mario probably gets a nice extension soon though.

    Or ...

    a chance to return to his alma mater and coach one of the most storied programs in college football that just happens to have an overabundance of the one resource that matters above them all: talent.

    With Mario's recruiting chops, he could literally drunk stumble his way into top recruiting classes without lifting a finger.

    The other resource they have is history and tradition.

    Oregon has neither.

    Mario would be lethal down there ... and even more handsome with a little more sun ... and it's only a matter of tim.

    All Mama gotta do is pick up the phone and offer a box of cigars and some tasty pork sammiches. But Miami's Tim is now. They won't have a program in 20 years.
    The Us alumni network would all have to die in 20 years for that to happen. It won't. Miami is a program that hibernates. The sleeping giant, as it were. Until black people flee the state of Florida, Miami will have a program.

    Don't forget that they were close to knocking on the door again under Richt, who in hindsight was clearly in retirement mode when coaching there. They are just a coach away. Always.
    That's not what I'm talking about mang. You can't fix being built on limestone and the GND not getting passed.


    We’ll? be dead mang.
    Nah. You swarthy old cigar rollers live till like 100.
    creepycougDoog_de_JourSoutherndawg
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,242
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    Stop trying to make Miami is Over a thing Yella. It's not gonna be a thing.
  • Oregon is ten times the job that Miami is. @creepycoug

    It would seem that the you shoved your head too far up your ass today in an effort to avoid the smoke.

    Take it easy.
    Too easy.
  • Doog_de_JourDoog_de_Jour Posts: 4,523
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    Stop trying to make Miami is Over a thing Yella. It's not gonna be a thing.

    If Cristobal landed in Miami they would immediately be back in the conversation.



    Otherwise they’re just treading water like other formally great programs - Texas, Norte Dame, Michigan, etc.
    dnccreepycougSoutherndawg
  • Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,242
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    Southerndawg
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,512
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    edited September 23

    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,242
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    Southerndawg
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,512
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    California is also one of the best hotbeds in the country, and outside of the SEC poaching one here or there, the only competition he has is USC and Washington. USC isn’t what they used to be, and Washington all of a sudden forgot how to recruit.
    Doog_de_Jour
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,242
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    California is also one of the best hotbeds in the country, and outside of the SEC poaching one here or there, the only competition he has is USC and Washington. USC isn’t what they used to be, and Washington all of a sudden forgot how to recruit.
    True.
  • Doog_de_JourDoog_de_Jour Posts: 4,523
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    You get peak Cristoballz, Flex Friday, bling’d out turnover chains, some Bad Boy marking campaign, and top it off with a bunch of bikini-clad Miami hotties I bet recruits will forget about Oregon really fucking quick.

    Same thing goes for USC. Fortunately for us? they continue to employ Helton but that program is one GOOD coach away from being very scary again.
    Southerndawg
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 16,242
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    You get peak Cristoballz, Flex Friday, bling’d out turnover chains, some Bad Boy marking campaign, and top it off with a bunch of bikini-clad Miami hotties I bet recruits will forget about Oregon really fucking quick.

    Same thing goes for USC. Fortunately for us? they continue to employ Helton but that program is one GOOD coach away from being very scary again.
    That’s basically my original point. You can literally build a title contender with what comes out of Dade county, with maybe a need to go grab a lineman or a QB elsewhere every other year. Everybody knows it.

    Also, Crisco has been winning since he showed up and is recruiting his balls off. It’s a tall order to do that every year. He could pull this off at 1/2 speed back home.
    Southerndawg
  • SoutherndawgSoutherndawg Posts: 6,196
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    Cristobal failed at FIU and was an unproven coach two years ago according to these same Doogs. Much easier path to the playoffs in the PAC than in the Clemson conference.

    "Failed" is not quite accurate. You might want to dig into that one a little bit.

    Also, while the path to the playoffs is easier in the Pac, he can amass the talent he needs at Miami very easily (especially for him) to run with anybody. And what's more, when you wear the Orange and Green, you aren't afraid of the SEC, SEC, SEC.
    He’s getting the talent already. Why does he need to be in Miami?

    This will be the third year in a row Oregon is going to have one of their best classes ever.
    You make a decent point. Oregon is bringing in great talent. But let's face it: talen doesn't flock to the PNW. It does flock to Miami. With a guy who can recruit like Crisco does, it doesn't seem to matter.

    Still ... he could absolutely hammer the talent wars from that base of operations. He knows it; he's done it before.
    You get peak Cristoballz, Flex Friday, bling’d out turnover chains, some Bad Boy marking campaign, and top it off with a bunch of bikini-clad Miami hotties I bet recruits will forget about Oregon really fucking quick.

    Same thing goes for USC. Fortunately for us? they continue to employ Helton but that program is one GOOD coach away from being very scary again.
    That’s basically my original point. You can literally build a title contender with what comes out of Dade county, with maybe a need to go grab a lineman or a QB elsewhere every other year. Everybody knows it.

    Also, Crisco has been winning since he showed up and is recruiting his balls off. It’s a tall order to do that every year. He could pull this off at 1/2 speed back home.
    He'd be a fool not to go home if the opportunity arose.
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