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Dude no one will ever be bigger than near Bryant in Alabama. He'll be close but the people there will always be that way. Much like at osu it'll always be Woody first.
I think he could leave because he's left places before. Who knows may e he'll give the NFL another shot. Texas would he his one last power to build.
He is close. A couple more Natty's and it becomes a very serious discussion. I mean, they already built a statue of him for crying out loud. I just don't see Texas offering him a chance to prove anything he already hasn't. Money? Alabama can and is doing that. NFL? No way. His coaching style doesn't align with the players and organizations. He's at the top...he's not going to demote himself...at least I wouldn't.
Still not catching the ever-contagious WHINE-FLU!!!
Urban 2 Hoke 0
Wishful thinking or bullshit, either way it ain't happening... Lateral move at best.
You are contradicting yourself... You say why should he fight tooth n nail in a tougher SEC then turnaround & say coaches are super competitive. If he's super competitive, he'll stay in the SEC. Austin may seem more appealing to a college kid or single guy, but not to a 62 year old. He Ain't going anywhere...
Texas has more money. They can outbid Alabama all week long if they choose to.
Why would he leave? He would leave for the same reasons he has always left every single time. For the money.
"The only thing That Team Up North will be tasting this year is the salty tears of defeat" - UFM
I can recall the SEC as pretty much mediocre while Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Colorado, etc. were pounding everyone. As was the Big 10. Conference dominance runs in cycles, and it starts with acquiring good coaches throughout. The SEC got very good as coaches like Miles, Saban, Meyer, appeared. I believe the SEC overall is in decline (from where it was). All it will take is for either Miles or Saban to depart. Then what have you got left?
BTW, Austin was just voted as one of the most livable cities in the US.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by McCague 10 months ago
Was he a legend at Sparty??...
Can't see him leaving myself...Top 5 CFB coaching jobs are OSU, TX, AL, USC ND, right? Lateral move even for more money (doubt it would be much more as AL boosters will come up with the $) at 62 doesn't seem wise.
There have been some good points made on this board......but this one nails it.
My money is with you....
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