Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
My inside source says he is 95% certain that DB's secret lifelong ambition is about to come to fruition and he'll name himself Head Coach for Life following the Gator Bowl. Harbaugh to be his QB coach and Head Coach for Life in-waiting.
BK it. Bam. Done and done. DB is going to look dope with his digits all blinged up.
Don't kill me, but this simple question that doesn't seem to have been addressed has been bugging me:
Say Harbaugh eventually takes the 49ers job or signs the Stanford extension. Does that make Rodriguez safe regardless of what happens on Saturday?
I was under the impression he would stay one more year. His stock is still pretty high I suppose, but another year of injuries may decrease his status.
I guess it is something a lot of Juniors consider...
Nothing to panic over as it's assuredly a cursory effort to see where he's at and (perhaps) what he can work towards next year. I think Donovan Warren is enough of a cautionary tale, just as much as Graham staying for all four years demonstrates how much success can be reached despite less than exciting season results.
Other news was that he hasn't missed a practice leading up to the Gator Bowl and feels "great."
Like the article states there is absolutely nothing stopping them from going back on their word, but we'll have to see. Found it interesting to say the least.