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Packers Next Head Coach.

Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers Fan Forum' started by Raider Pride, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. Raider Pride

    Raider Pride Cheesehead

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    Barry Alvarez

    Nuff Said.

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  2. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    He's turned down HC for NFL a few times and the Packers. He's gonna stick to being the AC at UW.
     
  3. Raider Pride

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    I know that he has turned down any "Conversation about coaching in the NFL"... But he has never been offered the Packer Head Coaching Job before.... Every man has his passion.

    Perhaps is passion is to be the the AD?

    Perhaps it is not?

    Perhaps being the head coach of the Packers would be an offer he could not turn down?

    Big win today.... HUGE. 4-0
     
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    I love Barry, but I don't think he'd find any success at the NFL level. He will be a great AD at UW and I think he made an exceptional decision to leave the team to B.B.
    His greatest failure (if there was one) was his inability to recruit any kind of QB. Fortunately, he was consistently able to form an incredible O-line.
    Big win tonight. In fact, one for the ages. But I still hate John Stocco.
     
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    I agree on all counts. Good post.
     
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    Kyle,

    You are so right. As you worte: "It was a big win tonight. In fact, one for the ages."

    I think Barry would be a very good NFL Head coach, you do not. All that really matters though is that Barry does what is right for him, his family, and U.W. In that order.

    Barry is a winner and winners win that is what winners do.

    RP
     
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    Winners win. Mike Sherman's win loss record is pretty good.
     
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    Bielema (sp?) might be the guy 5 years down the road. I love his passion and he sure can coach defenses.
     
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    Sounds good enough for me. Hes been a miracle for the Badgers.
     
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    I like him and Bates... Master Bates has turned our defense around, no playmakers+good coach=better defense.. I think he deserves a shot at HC for the Pack.
     
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    Steve Mariuci and/ or Dick Jauron should be available after the season.
     
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    Aaron Rodgers learning under Steve Mariucci...that is a promising alignment
     
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    Just like Harrington learning under Mariucci...that combo has been lighting up the league this year!
     

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