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tduecen
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When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?



Apparently teams have inquired about him this season but he decided to stay put, when do you think he makes the jump back to SEC?






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JDM1992
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


South Carolina, Florida, or Alabama





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ehidal1
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


USCe after OBC





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blzr
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


quote:

South Carolina, Florida, or Alabama


Just USCe






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songofthesword
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


he takes over bama once saban leaves next year





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cjared036
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


He wouldn't come to Bama.

I can see USC tho...






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Gcockboi
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


He will be USCs next coach. Sorry Tenn. And Auburn we will be and are a destination school.





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tduecen
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


I'm actually surprised teams didn't inquire about him when he was already coaching in SEC. Seems it took the man forever to land a head coaching gig





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udtiger
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re: When will Charlie Strong return to the SEC as a HC?


For the 2013 season, as Bama's HC when Saban goes back to the NFL.





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