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Hilltopper last won the day on December 27 2018

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  1. Tom Brady still the Goat!

    Goat
  2. Game 23- PCCC Golden Flushes

    That is correct. Espn calls the shots.
  3. Kostelac Possibly Transferring

    Quit trying to make up excuses for a violent assualt. Anybody who knows Mark would laugh at the suggestion.
  4. Kostelac Possibly Transferring

    There is due process that must be followed. Not a good situation for all parties involved.
  5. UA academic programs

    Fair enough.
  6. UA academic programs

    Do you have a background in business or accounting? Do you think that cutting out athletics would result in a dollar for dollar reduction in the actual operating costs of the university? Yes there would be a reduction in some costs but do you think that it would reduce costs directly related to classroom education and student support ? A significant portion of the costs attributed to athletics is just cost shifting.
  7. Game 16- Northern Illinois Huskies

    Don't forget that Tredwell had already been involved in multiple incidents prior to the one that broke the camels back.
  8. Game 16- Northern Illinois Huskies

    This was going to hit the news eventually. Totally unprovoked by Kostelac. UA basketball player charged with assaulting teammate, suspended indefinitely https://www.ohio.com/sports/20190111/ua-basketball-player-charged-with-assaulting-teammate-suspended-indefinitely
  9. Welcome Tom Arth!

    The fact that you are against Arths' hiring makes me feel confident it was the right choice.
  10. As of 2017 No. 35 - $284,141 - Akron men's soccer Jared Embick. https://247sports.com/college/ohio-state/Board/120/Contents/51-Ohio-college-head-coaching-jobs-that-pay-200K-to-66-MM-52049644/
  11. Terry's next endeavor

    Pretty sure there is a clause in his contract that allows the university to re-assign him to another position to finish out his contract. If declines his new position or fails to complete the duties of that position they would be off the hook for paying the remainder of his contract.
  12. Welcome Tom Arth!

    Too easy. Tommy Tuberville Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1976–1977Hermitage HS (AR) (assistant) 1978–1979Hermitage HS (AR) 1980–1984Arkansas State (DB/NG/LB) 1986–1992Miami (FL) (assistant) 1993Miami (FL) (DC) 1994Texas A&M (DC/LB) Chad Morris Morris made the move to college in 2010 when he became the offensive coordinator and associate head coach at the University of Tulsa. He would spend only one season at Tulsa before moving to Clemson University as offensive coordinator. The 2 years prior to Morris' arrival, Clemson went a combined 15–12, including a record of 6–7 in 2010. Morris introduced a hurry-up, spread offense that helped Clemson to a 42–11 mark over the next four seasons.[3] In December 2011, Morris became tied with Gus Malzahn as the highest paid assistant in college football after Clemson University gave Morris a six-year contract worth $1.3 million annually.[4] David Cutcliffe In 1976, Cutcliffe took a job at Banks High School where he served as an assistant and later as the head coach. In 1982, he was hired as a part-time coach at the University of Tennessee. A year later, he was promoted to full-time status as the tight ends and assistant offensive line coach. By 1990, Cutcliffe was coaching the position he is now well known for, quarterback. Cutcliffe was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1993. Chip Kelly Kelly broke into the coaching ranks in 1990 at Columbia University, where he served as secondary and special teams coach for the freshman team. The next year, he was outside linebackers and strong safeties coach for the varsity team. In 1992, he went to the University of New Hampshire as the running backs coach. He left to become the defensive coordinator at the Johns Hopkins University for one season. He returned to his alma mater as the running backs coach for the next three seasons (1994–96). He was just in time to devise a zone-blocking scheme for star Jerry Azumah. From 1995 through 1998, the speedy back raised the profile of UNH football as he rushed for what was then an FCS record 6,193 yards.[4] He changed to the offensive line coach for two seasons (1997–98).[2] Kelly was promoted to offensive coordinator at New Hampshire (1999–2006). The Wildcats' offenses averaged better than 400 yards per game of total offense in seven of his eight seasons[1] In 2004, the school broke 29 offensive school records; compiling 5,446 yards of total offense and scoring 40 or more points in seven games. Their best offensive output was in 2005 when the Wildcats finished second nationally in total offense (493.5 ypg), third in scoring (41.7 ppg) and fifth in passing (300.1 ypg). They completed the season with an 11–2 record. Do I really need to continue this list?
  13. Game 10- Marshall Thundering Herd

    Out with an injury.
  14. Possible Candidates

    Yep
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