Mike Yurcich

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John Brice reporting we're going after;

OK St OC Mike Yurich
Troy HC Neal Brown
Houston OC Kendall Briles
an Unnamed SEC OC who isnt Dan Enos
Out of the all the current OC in the SEC , who would Pruitt realistically go after?? This is in regards to the “Unnamed SEC OC”

Alabama - No current OC
Auburn - No current OC
Arkansas - Joe Craddock
Florida - Billy Gonzalez/John Hevesy
Georgia - Jim Chaney
Kentucky - Eddie Gran/Darin Hinshaw
LSU - Steve Ensminger
Mississippi State - Luke Getsy
Missouri - Derek Dooley
Ole Miss - Phil Longo
South Carolina - Bryan McClendon
Texas A&M - Darrell Dickey
Vanderbilt - Andy Ludwig

I only see 3 that I would consider....Jim Chaney , Bryan McClendon, and Eddie Gran
 
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OU had a month to prepare, and don’t you effing dare act like our defense in the WVU game was the AVERAGE for the SEC.

Nice straw man argument though.
So, uga had a month to prepare....and was a top sec defense. UT was 9th/14 in total defense, average sec D was 365/game and we allowed 377... just below average. And YET, they put up 9 ypp on us, the most all season. But ya know, that big bad sec defense is SOO much better than b12 tissue defense. Hell, we crushed that weak b12 D with our big, bad sec run game right? lolol

But don't let facts get in the way of your unfounded bias! Keep living in your la la SEC dream land.
 
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Thought they used their QB like Dobbs. Ive not watched a lot of Okie State. For some reason i was thinking they run similar to the Botch scheme. Im guessing their scheme is more pro style spread since they score a lot.
If by "pro style" you mean classic pro style, then no. Modern pro style (spread, pass catching TEs, no fullbacks, etc) then yes. Different from Butch because it's true spread, wider splits, run north and south, and more vertical passing. Butch had more power runs and horizontal runs. More bunch sets.
 
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Unpopular opinion: Pruitt will hire a position coach as OC. Just like he did last year.
What leads you to believe this? Nothing pointing towards it.

And Helton wasn't merely a position coach. He had multiple years as an OC and by some reports from USC he was their PGC.

And so far no one has mentioned any position coaches being interviewed. That is a far stretch of a prediction, but by all means.
 
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So, uga had a month to prepare....and was a top sec defense. UT was 9th/14 in total defense, average sec D was 365/game and we allowed 377... just below average. And YET, they put up 9 ypp on us, the most all season. But ya know, that big bad sec defense is SOO much better than b12 tissue defense. Hell, we crushed that weak b12 D with our big, bad sec run game right? lolol

But don't let facts get in the way of your unfounded bias! Keep living in your la la SEC dream land.
I'm going to do you a favor and assume you were lost in the drink when you wrote this. It happens. Just don't kick your dog or something.

Also, proofreading is your friend.
 
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What leads you to believe this? Nothing pointing towards it.

And Helton wasn't merely a position coach. He had multiple years as an OC and by some reports from USC he was their PGC.

And so far no one has mentioned any position coaches being interviewed. That is a far stretch of a prediction, but by all means.
Because that’s what he did last time.

I’m sure Pruitt would rather hire a top tier OC with loads of experience and success under their belt, but those guys aren’t lining up for this job.

FWIW: Helton had two years of OC experience at WKU before he got to Tennessee. That’s … not all that impressive.
 

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