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Old 11-28-2011, 07:19 AM  
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**** OFFICIAL 2012 Kansas Football Repository Thread ****

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Sat, Sept. 1 SDSU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Sept. 8 Rice at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Sept. 15 TCU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Sept. 22 Kansas at No. Illinois
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Sat, Oct. 6 Kansas at Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Manhattan, KS

Sat, Oct. 13 Okla. St. at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 20 Kansas at Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 27 Texas at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 3 Kansas at Baylor Floyd Casey Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 10 Kansas at TT Jones AT&T Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 17 Iowa State at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:52 PM   #16
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:56 PM   #17
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:03 PM   #18
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:47 PM   #19
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It's going to be tough with all the openings out there right now. Best of luck.
Hell I think KU would improve with half the guys who got fired.
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:51 PM   #20
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Good luck in your guys' search. Hopefully you guys can land Leach. He seems like he'd be the right guy to re-energize the club, and he'd have a pretty healthy disdain for all things Texas.
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Old 11-28-2011, 02:06 PM   #21
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Kansas Punts on Gill. Who Should They Trust Next?

After just two seasons at Kansas, AD Sheahon Zenger decided to punt on Turner Gill. Statistically, there is no doubt about it, Gill was really struggling. However, only two years in and over 6 million dollars left on his contract, it’s hard to imagine Kansas going through with firing Gill. That being said, his hiring was done by Zenger’s predecessor, Lew Perkins, which may have factored into the decision. It is not uncommon that new Athletic Directors make personnel decisions to bring in “their guy”. Kansas is the 53rd highest rated job in college football according to our proprietary CBTN Best Head Coaching Job Ranking. That being said, they are only 4 years removed from the 2007 season in which they went 12-1 on the way to a BCS Bowl win. Big things are definitely possible at Kansas. So who should KU turn to next? We’ve put a list together of the guys we’d be calling on day one.

Mike Leach

Yes, we like Mike Leach for the Kansas job as well. The bottom line is that Leach is a great coach and should be a candidate for just about every AQ job that opens up. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we know he has some baggage. Read his book and you will understand that Leach’s “baggage” is not baggage at all. This guy is a great coach and a good man and should be on the list of any program looking to get better on the field. From 1970-1999, the 30-year period before Leach took the reigns at Texas Tech, the Red Raiders won eight or more games only six times and had ten losing seasons. During Leach’s ten years at the helm of Texas Tech, he won eight or more games eight different times, won eleven games for only the second time since 1970, and never lost more games than he won. Additionally, Mike Leach is used to coaching without the deck stacked in his favor. We think he would bring excitement and more importantly consistency to Kansas.

Jim Leavitt

If Michael Vick deserves a second chance after his foray into the underground world of dog fighting, we think Jim Leavitt deserves a second chance for his alleged actions toward a student athlete. Sometimes, the most profitable opportunities are the ones that have a little hair on them. Hiring Jim Leavitt is risky given the black cloud under which he was fired from South Florida, but given the job he did for the Bulls, we believe it may be a risk worth taking. Leavitt built the USF program from scratch, and from 2001-2009, he won 62.96% of his games, won eight or more games six times during, and played in five bowl games. When it comes to mentors, Leavitt has one of the best of all time in Bill Snyder and could be a great value buy for Kansas.

Jeff Monkens

Monkens, a disciple of Paul Johnson, is currently the head coach at Georgia Southern. In the five years prior to taking over, the Eagles won 51.79% of their games. In two years at the helm at Georgia Southern, Monkens has won 73.08% of his games. If hired, Monkens will bring the spread option attack with him to Lawrence and every defensive coordinator in the pass-happy Big 12 will lose a little sleep thinking about preparing for a run-based spread option offense. In his first two seasons, Monkens’ offense has averaged 31.72 points per game and his defense is giving up an average of 19.41 points per game.

Ralph Friedgen

Kansas clearly doesn’t have a problem with hiring overweight coaches with anger management issues (see Mark Mangino). In fact, it was an overweight coach with anger management issues that led the Jayhaws to a 12-1 record in 2007 and 6+ wins in five of eight seasons. If you are familiar with the concept of loss aversion, you understand that the pain that comes with losing is more memorable than the joy that comes with winning. In Ralph Friedgen’s ten years as the head coach at Maryland, he won 60.00% of his games, 53.75% of his conference games, had a winning record against over .500 teams, and won 8+ games in six of his ten seasons. In 2001, Friedgen won all four major Coach of the Year awards. However, Friedgen did have four losing seasons, and we don’t believe the Maryland fan base ever forgave him for his 2-10 record in 2009. Coach Friedgen will certainly not wow anyone during the press conference, but his history has shown that he will win you some football games.

Kevin Sumlin

Since taking the reigns at Houston in 2008, Kevin Sumlin has won 69.23% of his games and has had a top 15 nationally ranked scoring offense in each of his four seasons coaching the Cougars. Houston’s overall winning percentage in the five years prior to Sumlin’s arrival was 53.97%. Sumlin did take over a program that Art Briles had resurrected from the cellar of Conference USA. That being said, Sumlin has only elevated the Cougars and appears to have Houston headed for a Conference USA Championship and BCS Bowl bid.

June Jones

The biggest problem we have with June Jones is that we can’t picture him without a Lei, a stache, and a Hawaiian shirt. Once we get past this, we like what we see. In the five years prior to Jones taking over at Hawaii, the Fighting Rainbows had won 20.34% of their games. From 1999-2007, Jones won 64.96% of his games and won nine or more games in six of the nine seasons he was head coach. In the five years before Jones took over at SMU, the Mustangs won 25.86% of their games. Since Coach Jones took over in 2008, the Mustangs have won 45.10% of their games (this includes Jones’ first year when SMU went 1-11). Jones is also responsible for leading the Mustangs to their first back-to-back-to-back .500 or better seasons since the mid 1980′s. His name doesn’t get mentioned that much, but June Jones is one heck of a coach.

Larry Fedora

Over the eleven seasons, Larry Fedora has been an offensive coordinator for seven years and a head coach over the last four. During this eleven year period, Larry Fedora has only been involved in one losing season. Additionally, over this period Fedora has had top 25 scoring offenses in seven of eleven seasons. Prior to this season, Fedora did not appear to be doing anything out of the ordinary at Southern Miss, but as we noted in our article on Mike Gundy, it sometimes takes coordinators a few years to get their sea legs as a head coach.

Tim Beckman

Tim Beckman was a defensive coordinator at Bowling Green from 2001-2004, the defensive coordinator at Oklahoma State from 2007-2008, and has been the head coach at Toledo from 2009-2011. During these nine seasons as either a defensive coordinator or head coach, Beckman has been involved in seven 8+ win seasons. In the five years prior to taking over at Toledo, the Rockets had won 50.82% of their games and had back-to-back-back losing seasons. Beckman has since won eight games in two of his first three seasons as head coach (66%). In his ten years at Toledo prior to taking the job at Missouri, Gary Pinkel only won 8+ games four times (40%). Beckman has had extremely solid mentors in Mike Gundy, Jim Tressel, and Urban Meyer and could be a great option to bring some stability to Kansas’ program.
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Old 11-28-2011, 02:07 PM   #22
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:35 PM   #23
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:39 PM   #24
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:41 PM   #25
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Why did they fire a guy for going to the title game?
Can you really call it a title game with USC on probation?
Just in case you didnt know. UCLA backed into it. Via USC probation
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:43 PM   #26
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Can you really call it a title game with USC on probation?
Just in case you didnt know. UCLA backed into it. Via USC probation
Ok so 2nd place in the division is worth firing?
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:47 PM   #27
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Ok so 2nd place in the division is worth firing?
I think they still have to win 1 more to become bowl eligible
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The school announced Monday that Neuheisel was fired after leading the Bruins to a 21-28 record in his four seasons. UCLA is 6-6 and will face the Ducks
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:47 PM   #28
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The Nebraska coach who replaced Osbore who's name escapes me.
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:52 PM   #29
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I think they still have to win 1 more to become bowl eligible
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So when UCLA loses to Oregon, will they be bowl eligible at 6-7?
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The more I think about it. The more I think Kansas will land a big name. There are a ton of them out there.

Tressel
Leach
Mangino
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The Nebraska coach who replaced Osbore who's name escapes me.
No big names are going to come to Kansas. Your school kills coaching careers.
For the record Gill had 3 more losses that Mangina did in his first 2 years at Kan. The only mistake made. Was made by Gill. He should never have taken that shitty job to start with.
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