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John Milner
Alabama Fan
Member since Jan 2015
4429 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
could as easily be "All Things Must Pass" but I'm going with

though not exactly fine about it


bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
20690 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
I mean honestly I kinda knew the name but had no idea where he coached when his name popped up in the thread so I'm not one to break down his offenses I just know that there was no way ND could matchup with Clemson.


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labamafan
Alabama Fan
Prairieville
Member since Jan 2007
19891 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Chip Long. Why did my testicles just draw up inside me. Why is that name so familiar?


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SABAN1205
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Tuscaloosa
Member since Jan 2015
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re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
If he comes and does a great job I will gladly eat crow, just never been impressed with his offenses. Just my personal opinion though


Tider95
Alabama Fan
Tuscaloosa
Member since Dec 2017
1747 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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If he comes and does a great job I will gladly eat crow, just never been impressed with his offenses. Just my personal opinion though

Same, I would love to eat crow on this entire coaching cycle.


crimsontater
Alabama Fan
Trenton GA
Member since Dec 2009
2444 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
so chip long spent time with petrino at the ville and arky? has only been an oc since '16?


Dubosed
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Gulf Breeze
Member since Nov 2012
4217 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Chip Long would be a really good hire and would stick around a few seasons.


SummerOfGeorge
Atlanta Braves Fan
Brookhaven-Oglethorpe Station
Member since Jul 2013
51945 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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Chip Long would be a really good hire and would stick around a few seasons.




Maybe, or maybe he'd get offered the South Carolina job in 12 months and take it and then we'd be back on the carousal.

Honestly at this point I don't think you can make that assumption about any coordinator we hire.


John Milner
Alabama Fan
Member since Jan 2015
4429 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
I wonder what the qbs are thinking, those here and the new guys coming in. I bet Hurts is thinking "time to get the hell out".


alabamabuckeye
Alabama Fan
Member since Jun 2010
19822 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Did Kitchens already take the Browns job?


MrBiriwa
Miami (OH) Fan
Biriwa,OH
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6672 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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Tim Watts is saying that Chip Long's



he actually did pretty decent at Memphis in 2016


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RolltidePA
Alabama Fan
North Carolina
Member since Dec 2010
1096 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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I wonder what the qbs are thinking, those here and the new guys coming in.


I don't think any of them think anything of it other than business as usual.

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I bet Hurts is thinking "time to get the hell out".


Why would he say that? It's not like he was staying anyway.


TidalSurge1
Alabama Fan
Ft Walton Beach
Member since Sep 2016
18898 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
I was wondering if Saban might want to hire James Coley (wiki) as OC. Until I saw this:
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Seth Emerson @SethWEmerson
NEWS: James Coley is officially promoted to offensive coordinator by Georgia.
11:24 AM · Jan 11, 2019
This post was edited on 1/11 at 12:04 pm


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John Milner
Alabama Fan
Member since Jan 2015
4429 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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I wonder what the qbs are thinking, those here and the new guys coming in.



I don't think any of them think anything of it other than business as usual.


nahh. This isn't business as usual even for Alabama assistant coaches and when your OC, your QB coach, WR coach, and OL coach are all departing, and who knows will be coaching them next year, they're not laissez faire about it.


Keytide
Alabama Fan
Perdido Key, Fl
Member since Oct 2017
187 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Petrino? Maybe?


alabamabuckeye
Alabama Fan
Member since Jun 2010
19822 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Sean Gleeson (Princeton’s OC) would be interesting. They won the Ivy League I think and they run a similar RPO offense.


Tider95
Alabama Fan
Tuscaloosa
Member since Dec 2017
1747 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
Boz said him too and I agree. Dude's offense runs really well, no clue if he can recruit or do it against the best of the best, but I do like offense a lot.


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bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
20690 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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Petrino?


Not a chance. You have to want to recruit to be on a Saban staff, Petrino doesn't even pretend to try.


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jchamil
Member since Nov 2009
6115 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
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when your OC, your QB coach, WR coach, and OL coach are all departing, and who knows will be coaching them next year, they're not laissez faire about it.


How pissed are the recruits on the offensive side of the ball going to be? They just committed early and have no clue who is going to be their coach.


JoseyWalesTheOutlaw
Alabama Fan
In The Ham
Member since Nov 2017
3793 posts

re: Brent Key and Coaching changes
I would think Nick can do anything he wants and pay whatever is needed. With that said you only have two reasons for these three guys leaving.

1-Nick didn't want Enos,Gattis,or Key to stay
2-Enos,Key,Gattis all wanted to leave regardless of money.


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