First of all, I want to say that I have by no means have combed through every single post or comment on the board, but it does seem to be a prevailing theme that all of the possible coaching canidates are head coaches at the college level already, and I'm just wondering why haven't we been discussing some of the big name coordinators out there more? I mean I understand that going with a head coach is a safer bet because you have a better idea of how they might do as a head coach, but if the options seem to be slim there, like they are, why not open up to considering some of the better coordinators, since they might turn out better? It happens all the time in college football and seems to work out well. Another interesting item for thought would be if we could get a big name d coordinator to be our head coach, say someone with a lot of success in the past like Bud Foster, we might, just maybe, be able to retain some of our offensive assistants and not kill our offense, especailly considering some are saying Coach Rod might take a year off.
Remember when we were arguing with Rutgers bloggers about which athletic director was worse?