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Sure would be nice to hear what he thinks about all of this.
There is nothing more dangerous in this world than a man with nothing to lose.
I also thought the same thing about recruiting. He gave us all the skinny about the Cali trio when they signed. It would've been nice to hear from him on the new Cali recruits, as well as the JUCO guys, like St. John, Russell and Savage. It's one thing to know the OU coaches wanted them and/or that they have various ratings by the recruiting services, but Canyoneer seemed to give an additional review based on his network of coaches.
I don't think he liked the negativity on this board.
I thought it had more to do with personal issues than anything else (losing a child, his own health, etc.).
He once posted that OU had to get tougher along both lines, and some on the staff needed to recruit like they did when they were young and hungry!
I think this is being taken care of.
this. But, who knows if he want to come into all this second quess and questioning arena. I hope that after this has settled to "normal", he could provide us his perspective
I believe he posts, occasionally, on another board under the name coach Cali. He loves the offensive line coach just hired.
I saw a posting as Canyoneer earlier this year on Scout but still a rarity.
This post was edited by ImaSoonergal 17 months ago
Live On University!
I love canyoneers opnions... At the end of the day, opinions do not matter what is done is done... Shipp is gone... Hopefuly Bob wil bring some young stud with great recruiting ties to the staff..
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