Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Herb, Nov 12, 2013.
I have one question for you:
Do you really want Joe Alleva picking our next head coach?
Well then we can his ass too
And more importantly, who would you want to replace him?
I never worry about replacing a coach at LSU. We are a premiere school and coaches would line up to take this job. There are some great coaches we haven't heard of that could do a great job for us, I mean who was Saban before he came here. We made Saban not the other way around. The proof is Miles. You think he gets a title if he doesn't come here, I say no. With that said I don't think he has run his course. I think we get better in years to come and he goes out on top.
LSU is a premier job. The pay is one of the better jobs in the country. You have most of the top instate kids from a state that produces a ton of talent. You have a nice pipeline from Fla, Ga, and Texas. Im not at all worried about finding a coach to replace Miles if that ever is the case.
I'd be worried. Alabama was a premier program when Bryant retired in 1982. With the exception of Gene Stallings, they had to wait 25 years for the stars to perfectly align to get Nick Saban. It won't be as easy to replace Miles as some of you think. And it was be hard for any coach to keep LSU at the level we have enjoyed for the last 10-12 years.
I tend to agree. Whenever these threads start, people invariably start rattling off the names of coaches that already have well-paying jobs with good programs. To think that every coach in the country is simply waiting around for this job to open up is just plain stupid.
Whatever. LSU is not only the best job in college football, but in all of sport. We could easily get Sean Payton as the HC, and the Harbaugh brothers as coordinators.
Art Briles. That would be the only coach I would want. He has made his teams better at every stop before moving on to a bigger gig.
Totally agree. He's an awesome coach. I'd take him in a heartbeat.