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Everett Withers (Off Analyst Texas Longhorns)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Krenzelicious, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. AuTX Buckeye

    AuTX Buckeye Beam me up, Mr. Speaker. Yahoo Pickem Champ Former Game Champion

    Its the dead period in recruiting... so they can't technically talk to any recruits, I think recruits can call them but not the other way
  2. RugbyBuck

    RugbyBuck Our church has no bells.

    Trust in Urban.
  3. AuburnBuckeye

    AuburnBuckeye Go Bucks

    [Ron paul] It's Happening!! [/ron paul]

    Best of luck in the future coach
  4. Oh8ch

    Oh8ch Cognoscente of Omphaloskepsis Staff Member

    Thread title updated
  5. Oh8ch

    Oh8ch Cognoscente of Omphaloskepsis Staff Member

    Interesting read on James Madison;_ylt=A2KJ3CUxiLNS91wAW9lNbK5_

    And FWIW their coach made $222,000 in 2011.
  6. OSUK

    OSUK Sometimes lucid, mostly confused

    I felt that when we began to see defensive coaches moving on, that would be the indication of who Urban feels has been part of the problem on defense. But now that I think about it, I guess it is possible that the guy simply got a HC offer and he took it.

    Lots of Ohio State assistants have earned my affection over the years. To tell you the truth, I don't really know much about Withers and can't think of anything that has stood out about him the last 2 years. But good luck to him. I hope it works out for him and the Buckeyes.
  7. sparcboxbuck

    sparcboxbuck What happened to my ┬Ącash?

    This has been the most under the radar DC at tOSU I can remember in the history of my memory.
  8. buchtelgrad04

    buchtelgrad04 Pain is an opinion.

    He's a hell of a recruiter.
  9. Buckeneye

    Buckeneye That boy good

    Does this mean we see Heacock in a more official role?
  10. Buckeye86

    Buckeye86 I do not choose to discuss it

    Highly doubtful because Heacock doesn't have the required affinity for recruiting that Meyer demands of his staff.
  11. Magua

    Magua Buckeye

    What good are top recruits if we can't coach them up?
  12. HineyBuck

    HineyBuck Old newb

    Congrats to Coach Withers! My sense is that he was hired to take James Madison to FBS level. If anyone can do it, he can. He's recruiting in his home territory. The ultimate question is whether James Madison should seek FBS level. Doubtful in my book. I'm here at Appalachian State where we are ascending to the (oh yay!) Sunbelt Conference (dumbest move in the history of our program). Still, good luck to Coach Withers.
  13. jlb1705

    jlb1705 hipster doofus Staff Member Bookie

  14. jlb1705

    jlb1705 hipster doofus Staff Member Bookie

    Also, I doubt he wishes to return to a full-time role. He certainly could have taken a position elsewhere by now if he wanted it.

    Also, the other day I was digging back through some threads from 2004/2005 after Mark Snyder got hired away. Even back then there were people who (as it turns out, wrongly) assumed that Heacock wouldn't ascend to the DC position because he might be close to retirement.
  15. mleone21

    mleone21 Sophmore

    I wish Meyer didn't place such an emphasis on recruiting. You can have all the talent in the world but if you can't coach them it's no good. I've watched Kerry Coombs make DB's regress from their performances in 2010-11. You can have all the fire on the sideline and in the player's home but I'm unimpressed with his coaching.

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