Me too. Good talk.
I did not make this headline up
Me too. Good talk.
This post: as good as the first post in the "Spike Albrecht" thread WASN'T.
According to Kugler, it doesn't change anything and he's still coming to UM. I would have to imagine that even his father realizes his son will have greater opportunities at UM than UTEP.
says you should really stop coaching your own offspring after 5th grade basketball or so. Sometimes it can work after that, but have seen too many examples where it just hasn't.
Gary and Andy Moeller disagree
Poggi's two brothers.
Counterpoint: The trainwreck that is the Ferentz clan at Iowa. One kid playing, one kid as a posistion coach, dad as the headcoach.
I don't think conventional wisdom applies when you're an nfl caliber coach at the postion your offspring plays.
McDermott disagree as well.
you would assume that trey zielgler's and ray mcollum's dads would have thought the same way
I wondered about his connection to UTEP before I read this:
I like the setting of UTEP's stadium.
...in a rough part of Mexico?
Sean Kugler was also an OG, I believe, for UTEP in the mid-80s, including a stint where his OL coach was a then little-known Andy Reid. Small world, football is.
Congrats to Mr Kugler. Still excited as hell to see his son in maize and blue.
Can dad still take his son out for lunch? Recruiting violations are tough these days.
As long as he doesn't put creamcheese on his bagel sandwich.
No Christmas gifts. No stocking stuffers. No rides to school.
Pretty sure Ferentz and his son on the o-line are working out fine
Taco, Dymonte, Bosch, Butt and Ross Douglas
*insert Kyle Bosch is enrolling early joke here*
When is the deadline for early enrollment?
Not sure but it has to be soon. MIchigan is on semesters so winter term starts right after the new year holiday.
Not to start any new panic, but Mack Leftwich, QB for Patrick Kugler's HS team (North Allegheny), just committed to UTEP, who is the D-1 school Patrick's Dad is now going to coach. I sure hope his QB doesn't pressure Patrick to come along to UTEP.