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Gotta admit I don't follow ADs and their decisions very closely but I sure like what Greg Byrne has done at ASU...
So that's who I'll go with
No clue. I just want a legit search and someone who will go balls to the wall for football
Mack Rhoads from UH
Taking the SEC and Texas A&M to the next level....
btw Greg byrne is a sorry AD
Stricklin, the new AD at Miss St, is doing a much better job, and its not like Byrne has set the world on fire at UA
I definitely like Rhoades too...
I liked the Mullen hire...though I'm not familiar with what all he has done for them
I wouldn't mind an associate AD from a school like Bama, Texas, etc
a more successful athletic dept
Impressive resume for Mack Rhodes. I wasn't all that impressed seeing he has two years at UH but he did some good things at akron.
On a side note, it's funny that the 60% grad rate for athletes beat the normal student rate by 25% according to his bio.
Maybe posting's just not your game. I know, let's have a spelling contest.
Interesting to see if Foley and Loftin will exchange some notes on UF's athletic dept people
You do not want this.
Jurich from Louisville
Florida State AD
You can't be serious...
at least there is one thing we agree on lol
1. When Texas or Alabama hire a new AD, it is highly unlikely it is going to be anybody from their own athletic dept. They will do a national search and hire an AD with a proven record of hires, major decisions, facilities improvements, etc. at a major school.
2. We are now an SEC school and we have been a Top 15 athletic department overall for several years in a row now. Why do we want someone no one else in the Top 25 athletic departments would even consider? (for example - UTA just hired an associate AD from Texas as their new AD - most of the associate AD's at Texas, Ohio State, etc. are probably going to get a job at a mid-major for their first AD job).
THE SAN ANTONIO SPURS!!!!
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