Is Chaney a possibility?

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It would be career suicide to leave the QB room in Athens and head to Knoxville. Especially if he swings by the UGA OLine room to say bye, and takes a look at what we have on the roster.
 
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what a pipe dream. I'm usually called a Tennessee homer but this is dangerous levels.


Why the hell would he leave a boat load of talent at UGA and a title contender for a team that hasn't been to a bowl game the last 2 yr and could barely get a first down against UNC-Charlotte
It’ll never happen, but I would do it for the challenge.
 
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what a pipe dream. I'm usually called a Tennessee homer but this is dangerous levels.


Why the hell would he leave a boat load of talent at UGA and a title contender for a team that hasn't been to a bowl game the last 2 yr and could barely get a first down against UNC-Charlotte
Nothing wrong with making the offer
 
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JOEY'S ALL VOL !!!

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Chaneys offensive philosophy is sound and produces consistently, great mix of run and pass. I'd have him back as a play caller in a heartbeat ! His only knock might be as a recruiter.As for Pittman, he is set to get an 165,000 a year raise to put him at 865,000 a year as OL coach. Not sure where that ranks nationally among OL coaches, but I would think it's gotta be near the top. He's an outstanding coach and recruiter and I'd love to steal them away as a package deal. I have no idea if we could survive a bidding war with UGA for their services at present or not, just wandering if they would even entertain the idea if we could throw enough currency at them.
 

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