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Former NFL QB Trent Dilfer left ESPN a few years ago to coach Lipscomb Academy. In His time there he has accrued a 43-10 record in four seasons. Now he's off to be UAB's head coach, but not before he led his No. 15 high school squad to a state championship in his last game this week. How could he not be emotional...

Great hire...
(Barstool Sports)

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White privilege at its best. A guy with no college coaching experience at all gets a FBS HC job. Jeff Saturday with the Colts is another. No experience coaching but yet gets a HC job at the highest level. Not everyone has that ability due to certain circumstances beyond their control.
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Good grief. Keep being miserable. Makes life fun
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God Almighty with stuff. Look at Deon , is the same for him? Bro doesn’t get that job at Colorado unless he is Deon. Same with these guys.
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Victimology is the worst form of human existence.
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Mustangs rule (for the last couple of years, and I expect some struggle with a new coach now)!
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Larry is just trolling us at this point
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My daughter cheered at the losing team, CPA. Glad we drive to Chattanooga at 6am on a Thursday to watch them get beat down.
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"Trent Dilfer Cries In After His No. 15 Lipscomb Academy To State Title In His Last Game"
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Larry, did you have a stroke typing that title?
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Was wondering that myself
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Good for him.
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