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...after hiring Cam Cameron as offensive coordinator, LSU has shifted its staff in a move that sends their former QB coach Steve Kragthorpe into an administrative role, likely to help recruiting. Kevin Steele in a similar move at Alabama.
This appears to be how it's going. Highly qualified coaches taking administrative or recruiting jobs at major programs now as opposed to coaching in an on-the-field role. Is this just the beginning of the super staffs in college football?
How do you feel about it? Time for Florida to jump on board?
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Better Jump on board or get left behind.
Wasn't he also diagnosis with parkinson's disease last year. I would think this probably has moreto do with that.
He was. That's a good point.
I think this is a totally different situation than the trend that Alabama is setting. Kragthorpe is suffering from an illness. The best example of the point you are making is Saban hiring Kevn Steele for an administrative position. Two years ago, before Clemson's debacle in the Orange Bowl agaisnt WVU, Steele was one of the most highly respected coordinators in football.
I think the NCAA should get involved. Level the playing field and kill the over signing practice.
I imagine they will. I doubt this practice carries on more than a year or two before they regulate this 2nd staff stuff.
bring the zooker back for that role
They just changed the rules to allow it so they wouldnt have to enforce recruiting rules....
Beatings will continue until morale improves
We will do it I'm sure. It is an advanatge that we cannot afford to do without. In August these guys will be able to help with recruiting too, IIRC.
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