I think he'll be a head coach next year, almost assuredly if he wants to. I just don't think it will be at Georgia or Michigan or anywhere of that nature.
West Virginia? Vanderbilt? Minnesota? More realistic.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
I think he's too unconventional in offensive approach to start at a premier job.
I only mention WVU for Malzahn because of the options that WVU has returning. Tavon Austin, Ryan Clarke, and Geno Smith would all thrive under Malzahn. I'm not comparing Geno to Cam Newton or even Austin and Clarke to McFadden and Jones, but the talent is clearly there for WVU to dominate. The playcalling however desperately neeeds to change.
Somewhat ironic that both Stewart and Rich Rod could be hitting the unemployment line at the same time.
I had a college professor who is the president of a pretty successful bank in West Virginia (ironic enough, Rich Rod ran an advertisement in which he said "I'm committed to West Virginia and so is my bank). He and Rodriguez are still friends but he made the comment that Ed Pastilong told him and Ken Kendrick (owner of the Arizona Diamondbacks and a big WVU booster) during the Fiesta Bowl that they were going to wait before hiring a new coach and sort through all the options. The next day, Stewart was hired as coach.
UC at WVU tomorrow. The winner still has hope for the conference championship. Go Cats!
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No refs helping UC this year.
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Theres 100s of calls in EVERY game if this happened with like a minute to go in the 4th then you may have a point but it was still in the first half. The O played like crap but yet Im sure Stewart blamed the D for not getting the key turnover or whatever.