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Which non-Power Five Coach is most likely to get a major job next season?
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47%
Justin Funete (Memphis)
25%
Tom Herman (Houston)
3%
Willie Fritz (Georgia Southern)
12%
Matthew Campbell (Toledo)
12%
Mat Rhule (Temple)

Create your ULTIMATE coaching staff using current Head Coaches, OC's, and DC's. For me, I'd do Bill Belicheck, Vic Fangio (DC), and Norv Turner (OC)

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If you could have one College Coach for your NFL Team who would it be?
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Urban Meyer
David Shaw
Gus Malzahn
Jimbo Fisher
35%
Nick Saban
43%
Urban Meyer
6%
David Shaw
7%
Gus Malzahn
9%
Jimbo Fisher

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This is really an objective and interesting commentary by former Senator Bob Bennett. It really lends to the idea that the president is not responsible for everything that happens, good or bad. Hopefully that idea will be transmitted to the talking heads at news services like MSNBC and Fox News. 

5 New Coaches poised to make the biggest impact. 
Here are mine: 
1. Steve Sarkisian. I think USC will be even better and win the PAC 12 South this year.  
2. Craig Bohl. I'm a big fan of Wyoming this year, and I think that they will go 7-5 at least next year. I also think that Wyoming fans should be amazed that they got this phenomenal FCS coach who I could have seen making it to a Big 5 type conference. 
3. Charlie Strong. Texas should be better, especially defensively. I like Strong as a hire. 
4. Bobby Petrino. I really, kind of unreasonably, love Louisville. I think they will go 10-2 and take 2nd in that division, and there is real possibility of a BCS bowl. 
5. Chris Petersen. May not show up in the Win-Loss column, but he was great at Boise and I see an upgrade there. 

Who are yours? 

The Jazz NEED to have a plan for their coach. They can't think about 20 people. There are numerous other jobs out there that are far more desirable than the Jazz, and so if we want to end up with a big name coach, we've got to offer it ASAP. We can't sift through a list of 20 people. If we REALLY are going to wait for a long time, our best option may end up being Jim Boylan, because Karl, Hollins, etc. may have already gone to another team.Thoughts?

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The arguments against the second amendment have a few holes too them...

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In 2016, will Hillary face another Obama? 
Read my most recent piece to find out what I think!

Also, couldn't the Jazz just wait until one of these Western Conference coaches get fired for losing in the 1st round of the playoffs? I'm pretty sure at least one (Jackson or McHale specifically) could be gone, and I think I'd like getting either of them as well. I think McHale would do good especially with our big men. 

Are Jazz fans REALLY supposed to look past the fact that Jim Boylen failed at Utah, just because he has experience as an NBA assistant? I thought Locke's point on Tip-off today made no sense. When you have a guy that was terrible at an in-state university, how can anyone just accept handing him the keys to an NBA team? 
Would you guys be okay with having him as coach? Because I certainly wouldn't. 
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