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Kirby won't wait... and he shouldn't. He'll leave us when a desirable job opens up and *hopefully* make his way back to Titletown once CNS retires.
You are really calling people dumbasses and your solution is to pay him 2-3 million?
Do you even have a clue what that would cause? First off all, that is way too much money and he isn't worth that, IMO. Second of all, the resentment from the rest of the staff would be an issue. People can say they wouldn't worry about it, but say AJ or TJ or other offensive players win awards in the future and the offense continues to put up 40+ per game and improves even more. Do you pay Nuss the same? If not, he's leaving just for the simple fact that he's not getting paid as much as someone that may or may not even have control of the defense.
Oh, and grow the fVck up.
"Don't confuse association, with something we both really like." ---JB
Hurts the team's focus.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Still waiting for a list of proven head coaches, let me start mike price, rich rod, bill curry, Dennis franch.. Point is there is no proven formula for every failed asst there Are failed former coaches. The criteria should be can they recruit which means do they have the relationships in Place geographically, can the coach and develop players, and maybe most important do they know what they are getting into at UA. Frankly I would want to be the guy after the guy after Saban, the expectations will be enormous.
Would that include, for example, Paul Bryant Jr?
Some of us are high on the possibility not just because we're fans who think Smart would do a great job, but because we've been privy to conversations by people at the highest level.
And to compare MIke Dubose working for Bob Bockrath to Kirby Smart working for Nick Saban is the ultimate example of comparing apples to oranges.
I wouldn't mind Saban, Mal and Kirby having a gentlemen's agreement for it but I wouldn't want it to be public knowledge.
Saban is 61, I doubt he goes much more than 5-10 more years.
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