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Who would have seen that one coming? Looks like Charlie Strong has emerged as UT's top guy and he is now saying he will "decide on his future soon"...I think he'll be at Tennessee next year.
ACC about to get a bit weaker, too, as the next expected domino would be Pitt's Paul Chryst returning home to Wisconsin.
Think league opponents lucked out that BC went with Steve Addazio over Pete Lembo, frankly.
This post was edited by Paul Strelow 16 months ago
Paul answered my question before I got a chance to ask it! Now do you think the Pitt job will attract a decent coach? Pennsylvania produces a lot of pretty good players and with Penn state down for obvious reasons, Pitt should see a little bump in recruiting no?
If true would be terrible news for Pitt. Losing two coaches after one year back to back. I hope Chryst is a better person than that.
I think he is, which leads me on second thought to question whether he would make that move right now. I don't think so.
For what it is worth:
"I understand the speculation surrounding my name given today's developments," Chryst's statement reads. "I am committed to the Pitt football program and the University of Pittsburgh. I am focusing all my time and energy on our team’s bowl game preparation and recruiting a great group of young men to join our program and this outstanding university. We are working hard every day to re-establish this program and I am excited about the future of Pitt football."
As soon as the stunning news of Bret Bielema's departure from Wisconsin broke earlier Tuesday, the attention quickly shifted to Pitt head coach Paul C
I am interested in your thoughts here. I think the Addazio hire is a really good hire for BC. Don't know much about Lembo other than he coached at Elon.
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