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oklahogjr
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How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC

Oh coaching changes board experts please enlighten me with some of your knowledge.

How long does this process usually take a HC? Do most assistant hires usually happen after the bowl season or is it common for them to switch pre bowl game?


Dr RC
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
it really depends on who you are trying to take and from where.


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lowspark12
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
the last time we had a coaching change, several position coaches didn't get on board until after NSD.


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omrebelfan20
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
number one, arkansas has no bowl game. which is why most coaches get fired is when they have no bowl game to prepare for.

So, that means bielema should be hiring people as quickly as possible to get on with recruiting


LSUSkip
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
is it college or pro coaches that go to the senior bowl in hopes of finding a job?


allin2010
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
Make a couple of initial hires is important... A dead period starts Monday so you can then focus on coaching staffs for a couple of weeks...


oklahogjr
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Make a couple of initial hires is important... A dead period starts Monday so you can then focus on coaching staffs for a couple of weeks...


That's kind of what I thought but we haven't hired anyone...hell BB still has the old staff recruiting for him right now.... I'm beginning to worry and the responses in this thread didn't really help me feel any better.


Something over there
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
Most of our assistants will be hired after bowl season. Stop worrying.


Bottoms Up
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BluegrassBelle
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
It just depends. As said, you have guys still involved in bowl practices and things like that. You also have to consider when the job has posted for the University and etc.

Stoops already has most of his staff intact but it was pretty fluid up until a couple days ago due to Brown being interviewed for some HC spots.


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tennessee391
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We have all but one spot filled.


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oklahogjr
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Most of our assistants will be hired after bowl season. Stop worrying.


Yea, i'll keep worrying til we hire someone. This is just as important if not more important than the HC hire.


sugatowng
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re: How long does it usually take to get a staff in place for a new HC
Chris Ash is your new DC....Happy?


oklahogjr
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Chris Ash is your new DC....Happy?


Yes very. Great hire, worth the wait...still doesn't make me like the wait though.


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