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jedd fisch be wildcootin




no idea if we have any coots on this bored but, uh, couldnt be worse than sumlin?

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  • GladstoneGladstone Posts: 16,067
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    Fully expected this to be a @GrundleStiltzkin troll thread. What a complete nonstarter of a hire.
    Neighbor2972dnc
  • I have no idea who he is.
  • rodmansragerodmansrage Posts: 3,202
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    edited December 2020

    I have no idea who he is.

    Jedd Fisch
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    For the American disc jockey, see Jed the Fish.
    Jedd Fisch
    Jedd Fisch 2012.jpg
    Fisch with Miami in 2012
    Current position
    Title Head coach
    Team Arizona
    Conference Pac-12
    Record 0–0
    Biographical details
    Born May 5, 1976 (age 44)
    Livingston, New Jersey
    Alma mater Florida
    Coaching career (HC unless noted)
    1997 Gainesville (FL) PKY (DC)
    1998 New Jersey Red Dogs (WR/QC)
    1999–2000 Florida (GA)
    2002–2003 Houston Texans (DQC)
    2004–2007 Baltimore Ravens (OA)
    2008 Denver Broncos (WR)
    2009 Minnesota (OC/QB)
    2010 Seattle Seahawks (QB)
    2011–2012 Miami (FL) (OC/QB)
    2013–2014 Jacksonville Jaguars (OC)
    2015–2016 Michigan (PGC/QB/WR)
    2017 UCLA (OC/QB/Interim head coach)
    2018 Los Angeles Rams (SOA)
    2019 Los Angeles Rams (AOC)
    2020 New England Patriots (QB)
    2021–present Arizona
    Head coaching record
    Overall 1–1
    Bowls 0–1
    Jedd Ari Fisch (born May 5, 1976) is an American football coach who is the currently the head coach at the University of Arizona. Fisch previously served as the quarterbacks coach for the New England Patriots and as an assistant offensive coordinator and senior offensive assistant for the Los Angeles Rams. In addition, Fisch served as the interim head football coach at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for the final two games of the 2017 season. He was the quarterbacks coach, wide receivers coach, and passing game coordinator under head coach Jim Harbaugh at the University of Michigan from 2015 to 2016.[1] Fisch has served several stints as an assistant coach in both the professional and college ranks.


    Contents
    1 Early life
    2 Coaching career
    2.1 Early career
    2.2 Houston Texans
    2.3 Baltimore Ravens
    2.4 Denver Broncos
    2.5 Minnesota
    2.6 Seattle Seahawks
    2.7 Miami
    2.8 Jacksonville Jaguars
    2.9 Michigan
    2.10 UCLA
    2.11 Los Angeles Rams
    2.12 New England Patriots
    2.13 Arizona
    3 Head coaching record
    4 References
    5 External links
    Early life
    Fisch grew up in a Jewish family in Livingston, New Jersey and attended Hanover Park High School in nearby East Hanover Township.[2][3] Fisch did not play football at the high school or college level,[4] but instead was an all-state tennis player during his prep career.[5]

    Fisch graduated from the University of Florida in 1998 with a degree in criminology.[1] He attended Florida almost solely for the opportunity to someday work for Florida head coach Steve Spurrier.[5]

    Fisch was also college roommates with Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman.

    Coaching career
    Early career
    Fisch embarked on a career in coaching while still in college as an undergraduate student. From 1997 to 1998, Fisch was the defensive coordinator for P. K. Yonge Developmental Research School in Gainesville, and he then spent one year (1998) with the New Jersey Red Dogs of the Arena Football League as a wide receivers/quality control coach.[6]

    Fisch got his break in coaching when he was named a graduate assistant coach for the Florida Gators football team under Spurrier from 1999 to 2000. During this time, he earned his master's degree in sports management.

    Houston Texans
    In 2002, Fisch was hired by the Houston Texans as a defensive quality control coach under head coach Dom Capers.

    Baltimore Ravens
    In 2004, Fisch then hired by the Baltimore Ravens under head coach Brian Billick, where he first served as a general offensive assistant for the 2004 season before being named assistant quarterbacks coach and assistant wide receivers coach for the 2005–2007 seasons.

    Denver Broncos
    In 2008, Fisch was hired by the Denver Broncos as their wide receivers coach under head coach Mike Shanahan.

    Minnesota
    In 2009, Fisch returned to the college game, serving a single season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Minnesota Golden Gophers football team under head coach Tim Brewster.

    Seattle Seahawks
    In 2010, Fisch was hired by the Seattle Seahawks as their quarterbacks coach under head coach Pete Carroll.

    Miami
    In 2011, Fisch joined the Miami Hurricanes football team as their offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under head coach Al Golden.

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    In 2013, Fisch was hired by the Jacksonville Jaguars as their offensive coordinator under head coach Gus Bradley.[7] He was terminated from the Jaguars on December 30, 2014.[8]

    Michigan
    On January 9, 2015, Fisch was hired by the Michigan Wolverines to serve as their quarterbacks coach, wide receivers coach, and passing game coordinator.[9] Fisch stated that he was drawn to a job at Michigan despite not having ties to incoming head coach Jim Harbaugh, the University, or the area.[10] However, he does have a long-standing coaching relationship with Vic Fangio, Harbaugh's defensive coordinator for four years with the San Francisco 49ers and one year with Stanford.[11]

    UCLA
    On January 5, 2017, Fisch was hired by the UCLA Bruins as the team's offensive coordinator.[12][13]

    On November 19, 2017, Fisch was named head coach at UCLA for the remainder of the 2017 season after the firing of Jim L. Mora. With the Bruins at 5–6, Fisch guided the team to bowl eligibility, as they earned a 30–27 win over the likewise 5-6 California Golden Bears. As interim head coach, UCLA lost to Kansas State by a final score of 35–17 in the Cactus Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona, on December 26, 2017.

    Los Angeles Rams
    On January 24, 2018, Fisch was hired by the Los Angeles Rams as a senior offensive assistant under head coach Sean McVay, adding Fisch to their deep group of offensive coaches. Fisch operated as the Rams' clock-management specialist.[14] He was promoted to assistant offensive coordinator for the 2019 season.

    New England Patriots
    On January 24, 2020, Fisch was hired by the New England Patriots as their quarterbacks coach under head coach Bill Belichick.[15] In April it was revealed that Fisch's title would be quarterbacks coach.[16]

    Arizona
    On December 23, 2020, Fisch was hired as the 32nd head coach at the University of Arizona.[17]

    Head coaching record
    Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
    UCLA Bruins (Pac-12 Conference) (2017)
    2017 UCLA 1–1 1–0 4th (South) L Cactus
    UCLA: 1–1 1–0
    Arizona Wildcats (Pac-12 Conference) (2021–present)
    2021 Arizona 0–0 0–0 (South)
    Arizona: 0–0 0–0
    Total: 1–1
    References
    "University of Michigan Official Athletic Site". www.mgoblue.com. Retrieved December 31, 2017.
    O'Halloran, Ryan. "Inside the game: Entry-level spot with key duties for Jaguars", The Florida Times-Union, November 19, 2013. Accessed December 31, 2014. "Fisch attended Hanover Park High School in East Hanover, N.J., when Sorrentino’s father was the football coach."
    Cohen, Ben Z. (October 25, 2012). "Notre Dame Coach's Jewish Past". Tablet. Retrieved December 23, 2020.
    Gorten, Steve. "Jedd Fisch has infused life into Miami Hurricanes offense; First-year offensive coordinator has been key to quarterback Jacory Harris' success", Sun-Sentinel, October 21, 2011. Accessed September 12, 2015. "Fisch never played high school or college football, but has coached for several NFL teams under coaches such as Mike Shanahan, Brian Billick and Pete Carroll. From the time he was an 8-year-old ballboy, he has studied the game. His mentor was a high school coach in his hometown of East Hanover, N.J."
    "Fisch's Journey". July 10, 2010. Retrieved December 31, 2017.
    "Jacksonville Jaguars: Jedd Fisch". Archived from the original on March 13, 2013. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
    Associated Press. "Jedd Fisch set to become new offensive coordinator of Jacksonville Jaguars". ESPN.com, January 19, 2013. Accessed May 27, 2013.
    Jaguars.com "Jaguars part ways with offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch".
    FoxSports.com "Ex-Jaguars offensive coordinator Fisch to join Harbaugh's staff at Michigan".
    "New U-M coaches look to bring 'precision,' 'excellence'". Retrieved December 31, 2017.
    "Jedd Fisch says Michigan's NFL staff experience should give team a recruiting boost". Retrieved December 31, 2017.
    "Jedd Fisch Named UCLA Offensive Coordinator". UCLA Athletics. January 5, 2017.
    "UCLA hires Jedd Fisch as offensive coordinator". OC Register. January 5, 2017.

    Mason, Chris (January 24, 2020). "Former Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch joins Patriots coaching staff (report)". Retrieved April 25, 2020.
    O'Malley, Nick (April 14, 2020). "Patriots coaching rumors: Jedd Fisch will coach QBs; Mick Lombardi moves to WR coach (report)". Retrieved April 25, 2020.
    "Arizona Wildcats hire New England Patriots' Jedd Fisch as new football coach". ESPN. December 23, 2020.
    External links
    Los Angeles Rams profile
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    Categories: 1976 birthsLiving peopleHouston Texans coachesBaltimore Ravens coachesCleveland Gladiators coachesDenver Broncos coachesArizona Wildcats football coachesFlorida Gators football coachesHigh school football coaches in FloridaJacksonville Jaguars coachesJewish American football peopleLos Angeles Rams coachesMiami Hurricanes football coachesMichigan Wolverines football coachesMinnesota Golden Gophers football coachesNational Football League offensive coordinatorsNew England Patriots coachesPeople from East Hanover, New JerseyPeople from Livingston, New JerseySeattle Seahawks coachesSportspeople from Essex County, New JerseyUCLA Bruins football coaches




    hth, bolds were chinteresting things i saw, thanks.
    dnc
  • rodmansragerodmansrage Posts: 3,202
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    new zona DL coach has a message for the p12!


  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 64,745
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    Replacement for Larry Scott?
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    jfc bruce, settle the fuck down, its jedd fisch.
    and it’s the PAC-12
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 20,570
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    If they don't relax the 25 counter rule then Arizona is fucked.

    They are down to like 30 players.
  • FremontTrollFremontTroll Posts: 4,107
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    If they don't relax the 25 counter rule then Arizona is fucked.

    They are down to like 30 players.

    "If everyone who could come back did — including players still in the transfer portal, opt-outs whose intentions are unknown and players who were suspended for the 2020 season — Arizona could have as many as 99 scholarship players on its roster."

    https://tucson.com/sports/arizonawildcats/football/arizona-roster-reset-where-wildcats-stand-under-jedd-fisch-with-school-about-to-resume/article_1303c549-3067-5556-ac33-ebd1ca7193dc.html

    Sounds like they are almost as FULL as we are.
    CFetters_Nacho_LoverGrundleStiltzkin
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 20,570
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    If they don't relax the 25 counter rule then Arizona is fucked.

    They are down to like 30 players.

    "If everyone who could come back did — including players still in the transfer portal, opt-outs whose intentions are unknown and players who were suspended for the 2020 season — Arizona could have as many as 99 scholarship players on its roster."

    https://tucson.com/sports/arizonawildcats/football/arizona-roster-reset-where-wildcats-stand-under-jedd-fisch-with-school-about-to-resume/article_1303c549-3067-5556-ac33-ebd1ca7193dc.html

    Sounds like they are almost as FULL as we are.
    I mean it's just wrong. I suppose they could get 40 walk ons. Prob be about as good as the current players.
  • AtomicDawgAtomicDawg Posts: 3,312
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    I still can’t believe they hired an asst coach that really sucked at being an asst coach. The conference is 6 feet under.
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  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 26,716
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    I still can’t believe they hired an asst coach that really sucked at being an asst coach. The conference is 6 feet under.

    Right? No dominant offenses. Not even a prolonged run of decent success for a winning team or program. The guy can't keep a job for longer than two years and it's not because of constant promotions.
    AtomicDawgPitchfork51
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