Well... Petersen to UCLA is 95% not going to happen. Where do we go from here? I say Jim Tressel or Tom Cable.... yes they both have questionable pasts but hey, so did Skippy.
I really think Sumlin is the guy we will get. Just a feel that he will be the guy. With Cable on the outside as the next possible guy. I DON'T Jim Mora, Jr. He would be horrible.
I can't possibly believe that Tressel is the guy! We will have to live with whatever baggage comes with him. But Guerrero would prove a commitment to get a high level candidate hired.
According to the Times Sumlin is off the market and now the focus is on Mora, Jr. (please NO!). Also heard that Bilotti is still a distinct possibility. This is really starting to get very interesting. The worst piece would be that no one wants the job (like when they hired Skippy).
Man Tressel would really be eye-opening.
Jim Tressel would strike fear in the hearts of our ketchup & mustard wearing friends across town.... I can't believe it myself. One thing about the NCAA sanctions. I believe the only issues he would bring to Westwood is the loss of 3 Schollies each of the next 3 years (should he be hired). That isn't bad...
Is Danny Boy gonna get him a nice baby-blue sweater vest now?
I agree, amazingly enough, with T. J. Simers (Hell will now freeze over) - go after Sarkesian. I think he's a guy with his best years ahead of him.
So living in the State of Washington there is no way Sark leaves UW for UCLA. It just won't happen. Even though the Husky faithful are ticked off with the dropping of the dawgs off the map after getting their sixth win they will just fire their defensive coordinator. They love Sark up here. I don't think there is any way that Guerrero could talk Sark into leaving. I would love to see it happen but the UW alum's think Sark is going to lead them back to national prominence. Today TJ was saying that Mora, Jr. would be the right guy and as much as I hate to admit it he may be right. TJ says that Mora is just like Carroll was when he went to 'SC. A guy who has a lot to prove and tons of enthusiasm. He would probably be able to recruit much like Donahue but I can't escape the feeling that the Bruins would again be settling like when they hired Skippy.