I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
I understand concerns that transition would be rough, Denard might transfer (to say nothing of Tate), etc. But to argue that Stanford runs a straight "pro set" that is incompatible with the talent RR has coached up is not based in fact. The question though would be which coaches JH could bring with him if he winds up at Michigan, which will influence how much versatility will be walking through the door.
"Stanford’s offense has duped plenty of defenses this year with its ever-evolving creativity. The Cardinal might line up with one, two or three tight ends, seven or eight offensive linemen. Two backs or no back. They’ll use the Wildcat formation. They’ll run the option, the single wing. They’re a spread offense. A pistol offense. And they’re constantly trying to come up with the next scheme.
“We try to hit every decade since about the 1940s,” said associate head coach Greg Roman.
It’s an encyclopedia of schemes, shifts and formations, and it’s all on quarterback Andrew Luck's wristband -- all 350 plays. "
[Ed-M: Thumped to boards.]
So during the NFL pre-game show it was mentioned that John Elway has been hired by the Broncos for a front office position. Furthermore, they said his first business would be contacting JH. Being a Stanford alum, and now NFL executive (in some sort), it looks like Elway likes what he has seen from Stanford and wants Harbaugh in Denver next season. This seems to be a great situation in comparison to other NFL teams looking for a coach, a team with a solid QB in Kyle Orton, a future QB (MAYBE) in Tim Tebow.
Also a weak division where with a little turn around could be a playoff team. This reall worries me for a potential Michigan Head Coach. I have been a RR supporter, and don't know how he can survive yesterday, but I do know that I don't want to have to go through another coaching change in 3-5 years because Harbaugh goes to the NFL. I also do not want Brady Hoke, IMO he just hasn't proven enough in small conferences to boot. I liked what Gary Patterson's TCU team yesterday. Very multiple on offense and a "small" but very athletic fast D that completely shut down Wisconsin. I would really like others opinions, this is my first diary entry so please critique and try not to neg bomb me if you disagree.
in the first action adrian arrington has ever seen, he had a great day:
great for him.
The Worldwide Leader is reporting that Tom Cable is out as Raiders coach.
This adds a bit of hilarity to the coaching circus. Hell, I might apply...under the "how the F could you do any worse?" strategy. It would be so awesome to work for that guy on all of the Iron Maiden album covers.....