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    Quote Originally Posted by HoopsBison View Post
    Steve Stanard might get another look.
    This isn't a terrible idea. Love Grant but he's still very young in his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    One of my top choices would be to bring Grant Olson home. Don't think he'd leave Bohl though.
    Grant is kind of at the bottom of the pecking order with the graduate assistant title so I would imagine this would be a significant upgrade. May want to be closer to home? Not as experienced obviously but he's younger and one of the most likable people ever.

    Quote Originally Posted by HoopsBison View Post
    Steve Stanard might get another look.
    Stanard apparently wasn't a great D Coordinator (not sure if that was his fault) but he was a great position coach (was our linebackers coach) and an amazing recruiter in Nebraska.



    Of course on paper Stanard makes a lot of sense. Knows the defense. Knows how to recruit. Midwest ties. Maybe a chip on the old shoulder after getting canned. Would give us an experienced D Coordinator if we ever lost Entz

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    Good luck to Jamar!

    I'm for bringing in some new blood. An up and comer please!

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    Jamar coached a solid Dline here. Moved players around (Butler mostly) to get good matchups.

    Big stretch but Bradley would be a good choice. Once a Bison always a Bison!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of a Bison View Post
    Jamar coached a solid Dline here. Moved players around (Butler mostly) to get good matchups.

    Big stretch but Bradley would be a good choice. Once a Bison always a Bison!
    It would be a big stretch for Bradley to be our head coach (MUCH LESS A COORDINATOR!) unless Teammakers would chip in several hundred thousand to bump pay closer to a million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of a Bison View Post
    Jamar coached a solid Dline here. Moved players around (Butler mostly) to get good matchups.

    Big stretch but Bradley would be a good choice. Once a Bison always a Bison!
    Lulz...big stretch is maybe just a BIT of an understatement.

    A recently fired NFL head coach will never ever make his next job a positions coach at FCS level.

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    How about Joe Lardinois?

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    Coach Cain always seemed like a great guy with a great family. I hope they all enjoyed their time in Fargo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDSUBowler View Post
    Lulz...big stretch is maybe just a BIT of an understatement.

    A recently fired NFL head coach will never ever make his next job a positions coach at FCS level.
    Don't want to be a prick, but it's preposterous statement worthy. He's interviewing with the Redskins I think as we speak.

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    Hell, let's shoot for Les Miles while we are at it
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