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POAPS: Chad Morris

Well ladies (do we have any ladies on here? Just Debbie maybe at least?) and gentlemen, I present you with today's subject: Chad Morris, Offensive Coordinator at Textile Bowl rival Clemson.

Profile of a Possible Savior: A Primer

Just as a reminder: this is all about providing as much info as possible on potential candidates. We are attempting to shed some light on the names likely to be passed around and maybe throw in...

TOB is gone!

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Color me shocked. Discuss amongst yourselves. POAPS to the rescue!!!

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Profile of a Possible Savior: James Franklin

#2 in the series today, on the eve of tomorrow's massacre: James Franklin, the head coach at Vanderbilt.    Franklin is 39 years old, a native of Langhorne, PA and graduate of East Stroudsburg...

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Profile of a Possible Savior: Larry Fedora

With our coaching staff apparently giving up, it is now time.  I said I would hold off until it was mathematically impossible for us to make a bowl game, and with our impending beatdown at the...

George Mason hires Paul Hewitt to replace Jim Larranaga

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Bizarro world here, in that Paul Hewitt lands another job and quickly. Blewitt, I mean Hewitt, has a 5-year deal that at its top could reach $1 million per year. This in addition to the $130,000 a month he will be receiving from Georgia Tech for the next five years. Apparently the GT contract also had no offset clause that would reduce the buyout by his new salary. Another strike against Dave Braine and possibly puts him a nose ahead of Fowler for dumbest AD of all time. What a horrible contract.

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Profile of a Possible Savior: Shaka Smart

Previously on Profile Of A Possible Savior: Blaine Taylor (ODU) Cuonzo Martin (Missouri State) Brian Gregory (Dayton) Chris Mooney (Richmond) Gregg Marshall (Wichita State) Keno Davis (Providence) ...

Savior Watch: 2/12/11-2/13/11

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Here is this weekend's savior watch. If you would like to have a chance to watch some of the coaches we have profiled, now is your chance: 2/12/2011 Chris Mooney: Richmond @ St. Louis, Noon, ESPN2 Brian Gregory: Temple @ Dayton, 1:00 PM, ESPNU Blaine Taylor: Old Dominion @ VCU, 2:00 PM, ESPN2 Darrin Horn: Georgia @ South Carolina, 4:00 PM, ESPN3.com Cuonzo Martin: Missouri State @ Illinois State, 8:05 PM, ESPN3.com Gregg Marshall: Wichita State @ Northern Iowa, 10:00 PM, ESPN2 2/13/2011 Providence @ #9 UConn, 7:00 PM, ESPN3.com

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Profile of a Possible Savior: Blaine Taylor

Seventh in a now world-famous series (LOLLER) Standard Disclaimer: I make no representations about the accuracy of this post, except that I'm doing more homework than Lee Fowler did in 2006.  The...

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Profile of a Possible Savior: Cuonzo Martin

Sixth in a now more-than-occasional series. Given the huge disappointment of today's game (again) and the fact that a coaching search has a high probability of happening, I think we need to start...

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Profile of a Possible Savior: Keno Davis

Third in an occasional series. My big brother, also known as TVP, has enlisted me to help cover the wide field of potential saviors that we could hire at season’s end.  Just as he says, I too make...

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