February 10th, 2011 at 1:07 AM ^

One hell of a journey for that man. Hope he has a little success there and can find a bigger job. Love the MAC but he has developed some damn good qb's and probably deserves a shot at his own team one day. Wish him all the luck. ( but he better lose to toledo every year they play.. go rockets)


February 10th, 2011 at 1:14 AM ^

He and Addazio didn't exactly make sweet music together at UF.

Don't know who's to blame, but the Gators had some of the worst quarterback play I saw all last year.


February 10th, 2011 at 7:11 AM ^

This is a great step for him, It's his first OC gig. Kick ass in the MAC and in a couple of years he can get into the BCS leagues. I'd love to see him back in AA in a few years.


February 10th, 2011 at 9:11 AM ^

Yet more notable about Loeffler is that it was he who Lloyd Carr chose, over Jim Harbaugh, as the QB coach, back in 2002.  And the motivations for it, I still wonder.  Am not knocking Loeffler at all, but it is telling that Carr had not a single Head Coach worthy candidate on his staff that he hired.  Moeller hired Hoke by the way.   Bo had what, seven head coaches on his staff?  Moeller, Miles, Carr, McCartney, Larry Smith, Nehlen, and one other I'm missing.


February 10th, 2011 at 10:54 AM ^

Did I make this up, or did Loeffler create the Capital One Bowl offense we saw for Lloyd's last game?  I vaguely remember it but couldn't be wrong.  If he did, I would've loved to have him as our OC because they did werk (yes, I know they had NFL talent too, but the play calling was great).


February 10th, 2011 at 12:35 PM ^

Mike DeBord was the OC for the Capital One Bowl game.  Go figure!

"DeBord adopted the wide-open game plan based on principles he picked up from Indianapolis Colts' offensive coordinator Tom Moore. Michigan used the shotgun extensively, sometimes employing five receivers, and on occasion sent tailback Mike Hart out wide."

Jinkin Mongol

February 10th, 2011 at 1:26 PM ^

Good for him, he has come a long way from the party life on 4th floor Adams in West Quad. Interesting side note, everyones favorite sports writer Michael Rosenberg also lived on that hall in 1993. Though he never talked to anyone and rarely poked his head out of his single room at the end of the hall.