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John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Earlier today, Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen spoke about the departure of former defensive coordinator Geoff Collins who is headed to Florida for the same job. Per USAToday.com:
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“I hope our guys have opportunities to go be head coaches more than leaving for lateral positions,” Mullen said. “I think (with) success, I hope we do have opportunities.”
Mullen has not named a defensive coordinator for the Orange Bowl against Georgia Tech, but did say that grad assistant John Haneline will work with the linebackers in Collin's absence.
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He's getting out before Mullen jumps.
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lol
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Mullen is letting his mouth talk too much.
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fricking rats always jumpin ship
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Hmmm... Living in Florida or living in Mississippi...

Mississippi only has Ocean Springs and Biloxi area that are livable by my standards.
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He know's MSU is down hill from here ...and UF has more and better players
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Being a Walmart greeter is a lateral move for the grinder staff
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Excuse me Dan, but I think there's a bit of difference from Mississippi State and University of Florida...
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It is a lateral move, DC to DC. MSU would have crushed Florida this year, so don't think you're above them.
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Feelings hurt because Foley passed over him TWICE for the UF job!!!
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