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manny diaz done?




i know uw is in a shitty spot but miami is full on off the fuckin rails*.





no, not 'doing rails,' yes, i know its miami but again, football team sucks.
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  • DerekJohnsonDerekJohnson Administrator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 39,808
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    i know uw is in a shitty spot but miami is full on off the fuckin rails*.





    no, not 'doing rails,' yes, i know its miami but again, football team sucks.
    Uh, Washington lost to Montana.
    theknowledgeAtomicDawg
  • DerekJohnsonDerekJohnson Administrator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 39,808
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    I’m hearing they love racist white hispanics down in Florida.

    @trublue @flatus @creepycoug @DJDuck @Ballz

    Sounds like something PurpleJ would say
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  • ntxduckntxduck Member Posts: 3,320
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    Will be schiano or Mario. Schiano a better coach, Mario a better recruiter. Will be chinteresting
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  • JoeEDangerouslyJoeEDangerously Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,281
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    ntxduck said:

    Will be schiano or Mario. Schiano a better coach, Mario a better recruiter. Will be chinteresting

    I think it will cost Miami around 30 million before they can even negotiate another contract with Crisco unless there’s some kind of clause
  • flatusflatus Member Posts: 247
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    I’m hearing they love racist white hispanics down in Florida.

    @trublue @flatus @creepycoug @DJDuck @Ballz

    Whew, good to know. That should take Cristobal out of the running.
  • flatusflatus Member Posts: 247
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    ntxduck said:

    Will be schiano or Mario. Schiano a better coach, Mario a better recruiter. Will be chinteresting

    The timing is wrong for Mario. He still needs to get plungered by Alabama in the CFP title game at least once before he leaves Oregon.

    He leaves now and all of his top 5 recruiting classes are for nought and there's no guarantee he'll do well at Miami. Oregon has better facilities, stadium, fans, money...the list goes on. If all he wants is a bigger paycheck and running home to mommy then he might go. I don't think he's that shallow but we'll see.

    He should wait for the next Miami coach to get fired (3-5 years, I guarantee they'll continue to suck), then go home.
  • ntxduckntxduck Member Posts: 3,320
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    flatus said:

    ntxduck said:

    Will be schiano or Mario. Schiano a better coach, Mario a better recruiter. Will be chinteresting

    The timing is wrong for Mario. He still needs to get plungered by Alabama in the CFP title game at least once before he leaves Oregon.

    He leaves now and all of his top 5 recruiting classes are for nought and there's no guarantee he'll do well at Miami. Oregon has better facilities, stadium, fans, money...the list goes on. If all he wants is a bigger paycheck and running home to mommy then he might go. I don't think he's that shallow but we'll see.

    He should wait for the next Miami coach to get fired (3-5 years, I guarantee they'll continue to suck), then go home.
    I actually think schiano would do really well. Piece of shit person but he can coach like a mfer
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  • greenbloodgreenblood Member Posts: 12,360
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    Miami needed to wait a couple more years to collapse. Mario's classes are now just starting to become upper classmen, and he has the potential for a top 3 national class in 2023. There's too much momentum, and a guaranteed pay bump at the end of this year for him to consider the Miami job. I think Oregon will have to be in the playoffs a couple times before he feels satisfied enough to leave.
  • chuckchuck Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 6,062
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    It would seem weird for someone succeeding at Oregon to leave for Miami right now, but us old folks remember what they can be. Miami rolling is on a level that Oregon will never approach.

    I don't see it though. Too much to risk given the trajectory Oregon appears to be on. Maybe if they fizzle and finish with a few losses...
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    chuck said:

    It would seem weird for someone succeeding at Oregon to leave for Miami right now, but us old folks remember what they can be. Miami rolling is on a level that Oregon will never approach.

    I don't see it though. Too much to risk given the trajectory Oregon appears to be on. Maybe if they fizzle and finish with a few losses...

    Well, if they offered Meathead $10 million a year and he and his wife really wanted to live in Coral Gables over Eugene, then it would make sense. Otherwise, there is no reason to leave Oregon, obviously.
  • coronabruincoronabruin Member Posts: 388
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    Mario has accomplished all he can at Oregon. That much is evident.

    Miami has the ability to win titles, and it’s just a question of whether they think Mario is actually good enough or not.
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    chuck said:

    It would seem weird for someone succeeding at Oregon to leave for Miami right now, but us old folks remember what they can be. Miami rolling is on a level that Oregon will never approach.

    I don't see it though. Too much to risk given the trajectory Oregon appears to be on. Maybe if they fizzle and finish with a few losses...

    Well, if they offered Meathead $10 million a year and he and his wife really wanted to live in Coral Gables over Eugene, then it would make sense. Otherwise, there is no reason to leave Oregon, obviously.
    Well jeez, yeah.
  • animateanimate Member Posts: 3,932
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    Who the fuck cares.

    All I care about is if Mario is gonna give jimmy the ass plunger and if Jen is going to get motorboated ..... Fucking program ...
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    ntxduck said:

    flatus said:

    ntxduck said:

    Will be schiano or Mario. Schiano a better coach, Mario a better recruiter. Will be chinteresting

    The timing is wrong for Mario. He still needs to get plungered by Alabama in the CFP title game at least once before he leaves Oregon.

    He leaves now and all of his top 5 recruiting classes are for nought and there's no guarantee he'll do well at Miami. Oregon has better facilities, stadium, fans, money...the list goes on. If all he wants is a bigger paycheck and running home to mommy then he might go. I don't think he's that shallow but we'll see.

    He should wait for the next Miami coach to get fired (3-5 years, I guarantee they'll continue to suck), then go home.
    I actually think schiano would do really well. Piece of shit person but he can coach like a mfer
    Art Briles shall be his OC. Clempson of the East.
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  • AtomicDawgAtomicDawg Member Posts: 4,132
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    A felony for parking and speeding ticket accumulation. FML
  • HFNYHFNY Member Posts: 3,356
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    Unless you are totally desperate (like UW with hiring Sark), I prefer to hire coaches who already learned to be a head coach elsewhere.

    Manny Diaz has been learning on the job at Miami and it's not going very well.
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