Madoff was a criminal but dude had his account in a strip mall. Totally off topic but do a little bit of due diligence in who you’re placing money with.Lol wtf are you talking about??
Madoff was a criminal who ruined thousands of lives. Pruitt was an elite DC with multiple rings and a few recruiter of the year awards, who then turned into a ****** head football coach. It’s not the first time great coordinators have become garbage head coaches, it won’t be the last either….
Either way Madoff and Pruitt have less than zero to do with each other.
The thing is saban is the defensive coordinator and db coach. His db's have underperformed the past two years and that is on nick. He can make all the excuses he wants but needs to look at himself. He reeled in six five stars this past class and shall see how they work out. Qb's next year are a question mark and OL was not good this year.On the Alabama message boards I read...
- Pruitt seems to be the overwhelming choice of Alabama fans for defensive coordinator.
- Alabama fans are glad Pete Golding is leaving for Ole Miss.
- If the NCAA, the SEC, and the Alabama compliance office give the OK, then Saban would hire him.
- No one knows what Saban is planning, but he always has a list of potential replacements for any staff member.
A lot is made of the Tennessee fan base's beef with ESPN, but Bama has it as bad if not more with Fulmer.Best summary I've read: Alabama Football: Hiring Jeremy Pruitt has knowns and unknowns (bamahammer.com)
Bottom line: Lots of opinions but nobody knows.
Yes he is. How have Tosh Lupoi and Pete Golding done with all that talent at Alabama post-Pruitt?
This is so true. I remember postgame comments he gave where he literally said they ran the exact same plays that day that he ran against the team when he was at Bama and he was butthurt it didn’t work. Also recall him bashing our players constantly. So glad that jackass is no longer head coach.Beldar only showed he was a good DC when he had all 5* future NFL players on D. When he didn't have that at TN he didn't know how to adjust his schemes to his talent, like Banks is having to do now. He just played the same scheme he used at Bama and wondered why he didn't get the same results.