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15 Jan 2014
Our Robert Weintraub examines how not being good at coaching became the new prerequisite to landing a college coordinator job over at Sports On Earth.
Posted by: Robert Weintraub on 15 Jan 2014
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19 Jan 2014, 9:05am by
I'm not a massive college football guy, but wasn't Kiffin widely regarded as having done a pretty good job on the offensive side of the ball under Carroll at USC?
If "this" was somehow proof that defense was bad, the Seahawks defense must be terrible because "this" happened to them just last week.
Kiffin was considered a very good offensive coach, and all the other distractions aside he was good at calling plays for Raiders. I did not follow him after that.
Also how is it failing upwards going from HC of USC to OC of Alabama?
The Vikings need offensive line help, while the Bears, Lions, and Packers have significant defensive concerns.
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