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It sounds like he stands a good chance to be Oregon's next D-line coach. He served as an assistant in that role and came to Oregon when Kelly hired Frost. What kind of player was he?
Oh and feel free to post any thoughts on the Oregon site if you like, I'm sure the input will be appreciated.
This post was edited by mr_griff 18 months ago
Honestly don't remember. Looked up his profile, and I can see why.
Basically he spent 5 years in the program. Got into a game. But what that tells me is that he spent 5 years learning how to be a coach from two of the best at teaching, one year under Fry and 4 under Ferentz.
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Sounds like the type who paid his way through school and got his education in football.
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