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"2019 College Football Coaching Carousel Post"


          

Barry Odom out at Mizzou...can’t go 0-4 vs. Kentucky

Charlie Strong out at USF...feels like just yesterday when he got the Texas job

Matt Luke out at Ole Miss

More to come...

...cleaned up my act, made a few violent songs...but, they wack like Glen Rice with New Balance on - Sean Price

  

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Subject Author Message Date ID
Steve Addazio out at Boston College
Dec 01st 2019
1
Louisville lost to us (FSU) they STINK
Dec 01st 2019
3
Greg Schiano, back to Rutgers
Dec 01st 2019
2
does he realize Rutgers isn't in the Big East anymore?
Dec 04th 2019
21
I absolutely hate the Longhorns fanbase
Dec 01st 2019
4
Peterson out at Washington
Dec 02nd 2019
5
RE: Peterson out at Washington
Dec 02nd 2019
7
College football coaching seems so miserable...
Dec 02nd 2019
9
      RE: College football coaching seems so miserable...
Dec 02nd 2019
14
That’s a big blow for that conference
Dec 02nd 2019
8
actually, it's addition by subtraction.
Dec 03rd 2019
18
at least they still had Jimmy Lake
Dec 02nd 2019
15
I almost feel bad for Strong.
Dec 02nd 2019
6
how much you think he made off these last 6 or so years
Dec 02nd 2019
10
breh getting 5 mil from USF over the next 2 years, just to not be there
Dec 02nd 2019
11
Oh. I know his pockets are straight.
Dec 02nd 2019
12
      USF is a smaller school, Strong inherited a good program from Taggert
Dec 02nd 2019
13
he got his big shot (albeit really late, due to racism)
Dec 02nd 2019
16
Does anyone know what happened at USF?
Dec 02nd 2019
17
USF & Taggart discuss Bulls football vacancy (swipe)
Dec 04th 2019
20
Odom wasn't my guy but I didn't think he would be let go...
Dec 03rd 2019
19
Lane Kiffin to Ole Miss
Dec 07th 2019
22
Lane might work there. Avoiding probation will be harder IMO
Dec 07th 2019
24
and he just hired D.J. Durkin as an assistant.
Jan 02nd 2020
33
Mike Norvell reportedly to FSU
Dec 07th 2019
23
Mizzou hires Eli Drinkwitz from App State...
Dec 09th 2019
25
Too soon for Drinkwitz
Dec 09th 2019
26
Fritz was the guy most people thought...
Dec 12th 2019
27
good luck to that nigga. he didnt prove shit with us
Dec 15th 2019
29
Ohio State co-DC/secondary coach Jeff Hafley to Boston College
Dec 15th 2019
28
I think he's a future star HC...tremendous recruiter
Dec 15th 2019
30
      BC is a much better program than Rutgers
Dec 15th 2019
31
           yes it's not as bad...but still not very good
Dec 15th 2019
32
Joe Moorhead out at Mississippi State
Jan 04th 2020
34
Bob Diaco is our new DC + great video
Jan 04th 2020
35
wrong post
Jan 04th 2020
36
Egg Bowl bout to be lit - Leach to Miss State
Jan 09th 2020
37
he better get some great assistants
Jan 09th 2020
38
      he has the best pressers
Jan 09th 2020
39
      right???? this dude gonna get throttled in the SEC
Jan 09th 2020
40
Dantonio steps down at MSU (swipe)
Feb 04th 2020
41
Media also reporting Luke Fickell is favored to replace him n/m
Feb 04th 2020
42
trouble was at his doorstep
Feb 04th 2020
43
      feels like it
Feb 05th 2020
44
           He got a bag before he left too.
Feb 06th 2020
45
Mel Tucker in at Michigan State...
Feb 12th 2020
46
"theres no transfer portals in real life"
Feb 12th 2020
47
I knew that stupid comment would come back on him
Feb 12th 2020
49
get your money black man
Feb 12th 2020
48

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1. "Steve Addazio out at Boston College"
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these new ADs have been waiting to strike

I suppose every team in the ACC but Clemson is thinking, why not us? FSU and Miami are down, so there is opportunity (Louisville just went from winless to 5-3 in conference this year)

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3. "Louisville lost to us (FSU) they STINK"
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>these new ADs have been waiting to strike
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>I suppose every team in the ACC but Clemson is thinking, why
>not us? FSU and Miami are down, so there is opportunity
>(Louisville just went from winless to 5-3 in conference this
>year)


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2. "Greg Schiano, back to Rutgers"
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21. "does he realize Rutgers isn't in the Big East anymore?"
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good luck being in the same division as Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State

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4. "I absolutely hate the Longhorns fanbase"
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They fired or demoted a few coordinators today and it’s wild how much the websites have turned to wish fulfillment, money whipping, and daydreaming over the course of the evening.

I think Texas fans like being part of a moneyed program, more than they enjoy being a part of a winning program.

The fans talk about the entire athletic program like someone that owns a racehorse or a racing team, not like people that are all that interested in winning, but just enjoy the sport of being able to be in the game.

It’s perverse.

And I say this as a lifelong Longhorns fan. But fuck this fanbase.

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5. "Peterson out at Washington"
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http://i.imgur.com/vPqCzVU.jpg

  

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7. "RE: Peterson out at Washington"
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He stated that he was beyond exhausted, and you’re starting to see that with a lot of college football coaches. I can see Saban leaving in the next year or so as well. He looks exhausted.

These coaches barely have 2 weeks with their families per year especially after the ncaa allowed early football signings.

This is why I think Urban goes to the pros unless ND becomes available.

  

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9. "College football coaching seems so miserable..."
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Just a constant grind.

  

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14. "RE: College football coaching seems so miserable..."
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Massively.

Stoops/Meyer/Peterson all under 60 when they left.

Pete Carroll who had great success at USC ,look at how relaxed
And how old he is still coaching the Seahawks.

I think the NFL with how hard the systems are require old seasoned coaches. Young coaches in the nfl suck to me. But due to the travel and time demands of college, I think college jobs are better for young coaches, no older than 50.

In college the coaches are the stars, because the players are only their for a few years, so they are the face of the university, and they have to sell that image to recruit players. They have to be a parent and a coach, plus deal with university issues, conference issues, recruiting, interviews, all sorts of shit that pro coaches don’t have to deal with.

No one cares about pro coaches accept when they are losing, so they are in the background coaching. GMs do the drafting and scouting and that’s it. Once the season is over, they are off until mini training camps/summer OTAs. And the assistants are more in charge of those.

  

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8. "That’s a big blow for that conference"
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And the school obviously

  

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18. "actually, it's addition by subtraction."
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before he came out today and basically said he was depressed and lost passion for the job/game, you could just tell that shit by looking at him. it was hurting the team, big time.

lake is young, passionate, and really connects to recruits. who he hires to help him out will be key (he needs to fire Bush Hamdan), but people in the know really think he's gonna be great (but hey, who knows).

that said, Petersen definitely took UW football back to where it used to be in the 70s/80s/90s. he should get all the credit for that.

and, i'm happy for him. having recently been through a time where working was sucking out my soul and making me hate life, i get it. i hope he's happy doing whatever he does next, cuz he clearly was miserable these last two seasons.

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15. "at least they still had Jimmy Lake"
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time will tell how he does -- his offensive hiring should be key -- but that's as good as bet as any, from within.

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6. "I almost feel bad for Strong. "
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Dude went for the money.. maybe he wanted a new challenge but I really wish these coaches like Strong, Shaka, etc would stay put and build their original schools into powerhouses.

That money is hard to turn down but it’s also hard to bounce back as a Black coach after you fail at a big school. You basically have to start all over.

shut up already, damn

  

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10. "how much you think he made off these last 6 or so years"
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30 mil? plus im sure he'd still be in demand as a coordinator again. i'd take that deal 10/10 times.

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11. "breh getting 5 mil from USF over the next 2 years, just to not be there"
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12. "Oh. I know his pockets are straight. "
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I’m being selfish in wanting to see them build powerhouses at smaller schools.

shut up already, damn

  

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13. "USF is a smaller school, Strong inherited a good program from Taggert"
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He was coaching in a state and region that he knew well. I was shocked that he couldn’t succeed there. USF got worse each season he was there.

  

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16. "he got his big shot (albeit really late, due to racism)"
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and two other shots before and after. sounds about right for a HC career. tough for him it didn't work out at his last two stops, but as mentioned he can build himself up as a coordinator again and he's young enough to take another go as the head man in the future.

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17. "Does anyone know what happened at USF? "
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Did Charlie just not recruit well or not develop talent?

  

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20. "USF & Taggart discuss Bulls football vacancy (swipe)"
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I'm not surprised at this. But to be honest, I don't think Taggert will come in and turn USF into a competitor overnight. I hope they give him time to get the program moving in the right direction.

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https://www.tampabay.com/sports/bulls/2019/12/04/usf-representatives-willie-taggart-discuss-bulls-football-vacancy/

At least two representatives of USF have been in contact with former Bulls coach Willie Taggart regarding his old job, the Tampa Bay Times has learned.

Taggart, 43, has made it clear to friends and peers he badly wants to return to his former gig, this time for the long haul. Publicly, he has remained mostly mum since being dismissed at FSU in early November, where he amassed a 9-12 record in less than two seasons.

USF is seeking a replacement for Taggart’s predecessor, Charlie Strong, fired Sunday after completing a 4-8 season. Athletic director Michael Kelly, who is not using a search firm, said during a brief press conference Monday he would have no further comment on his search until its completion.

Saturday marks the seven-year anniversary of Taggart’s hiring at USF, where his program gradually improved every season, from 2-10 to 4-8 to 8-5 to 11-2. He left in December 2016 for Oregon, where his reported five-year, $16 million deal was a significant hike from his USF contract (five years, $9 million).

He went 7-5 in his lone season with the Ducks before getting a crack at his dream job in Tallahassee, which lasted 23 months.

Another crack at USF would not be considered a rung up the coaching ladder this time around.

It is believed Taggart ― raised in Palmetto ― wants to settle in Tampa and possibly coach his son Willie Jr., a 6-foot-1 senior quarterback who has led Tallahassee’s Florida High to this weekend’s Class 3A state title game. Rivals deems the younger Taggart a three-star prospect.

  

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19. "Odom wasn't my guy but I didn't think he would be let go..."
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Odom wasn't my guy but I think given his own lack of experience and the chaos he inherited (campus protests), he did a reasonable job. I didn't think he would be let go but I can see from the AD's comments why.

I thought Odom did a good enough job with the team to stay around, at least for another season. But it's easy to see that the fanbase, which never fully embraced him even though he was a former player, had turned on him. And the lack of fan support and its lack of boost in terms of revenue didn't happen this year (attendance hasn't been the same since Pinkel was there, before the protests and with the endzone renovation, reestablishing the attendence was a priority). With the season being a total disappointment - record-wise and the lack of fan interest and revenue, it's easy to see why the AD thought something had to be done.

On the field the Tigers never beat teams which were their equal much less upset the better team which is the best summary of why Odom disappointed. Even the win against Florida last year with Drew came after they lost their starting QB and couldn't score on anyone.

This was a lost year in many ways, both in outcome (no bowl, no SEC title game if the team qualified) but also in opportunity (getting Kelly Bryant and Odom finally getting the defense to come together).

I pull for them but I don't know really how the program gets much better. The school just doesn't have the resources or the cultural initiative needed to compete with schools at the top of the SEC. I see that fans don't want to stumble back to irrelevance but unless the next hire is another Pinkel - someone able to consistently make high-end food from leftovers - there isn't anywhere else to go.

The school entered the SEC East at the right time. There wasn't a dominant pecking order in the East like there is in the West and Mizzou was able to step in and win more than anyone expected. But
Florida and now Georgia are powerhouses, Kentucky seems pretty solid under Stoops and it looks like Tennessee has turned a corner. The program will probably have to take a step back before (or if) things improve. Time will tell.

  

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22. "Lane Kiffin to Ole Miss"
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perfect match. Ole Miss will have some fun and they are used to being on probation anyway.

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24. "Lane might work there. Avoiding probation will be harder IMO"
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33. "and he just hired D.J. Durkin as an assistant."
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already has his bad optics sunglasses on.

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23. "Mike Norvell reportedly to FSU"
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I like Norvell, but it should be interesting what happens -- that's a big jump and there are some real challenges in Tallahassee right now

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25. "Mizzou hires Eli Drinkwitz from App State..."
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Sterk moved quickly. I’d heard just Friday morning that Drinkwitz was one of the guys he had his eye on. Sunday he’s hired.

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26. "Too soon for Drinkwitz"
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I worry he’s not ready. I had Fritz pegged for mizou.

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27. "Fritz was the guy most people thought..."
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was a no-brainer. Coached at Central Missouri and apparently, viewed Mizzou as his dream job.

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29. "good luck to that nigga. he didnt prove shit with us"
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all he did was drive a machine for 10 months that was already well in motion. he's going to flop w/ yall.

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28. "Ohio State co-DC/secondary coach Jeff Hafley to Boston College"
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nice get for Boston College. that stings for Day and Ohio State; I was really impressed with what Hafley did in his year there. the overall improvement of the defense, and the turnaround for players like Fuller, Okudah and Arnette was amazing.

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30. "I think he's a future star HC...tremendous recruiter"
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and thought if he waited another year he could've done much better than BC

not really sure what can be accomplished there.

you'd think chris ash would be a cautionary tale here...

  

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31. "BC is a much better program than Rutgers"
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Plus BC plays in the ACC.

I’m not saying BC is an easy job or a great program. Just that winning 8-10 games is much more manageable at BC than Rutgers.

Obviously the key to his success will be who he hires to be his OC.

  

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32. "yes it's not as bad...but still not very good"
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>Plus BC plays in the ACC.
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>I’m not saying BC is an easy job or a great program. Just
>that winning 8-10 games is much more manageable at BC than
>Rutgers.
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>Obviously the key to his success will be who he hires to be
>his OC.

  

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34. "Joe Moorhead out at Mississippi State"
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he didn't really make his own imprint there, despite a pretty solid product to start out with. plus it was a weird fit considering his ties.

but...it's Mississippi State. solid recruiting base, although you are sharing it with Ole Miss and you have to play Alabama/LSU/Auburn every year. I guess they can keep swinging for another Mullen, but if they keep missing, those lost recruiting cycles are going to put the program in a bad place.

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35. "Bob Diaco is our new DC + great video"
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Not sure how I feel about it. Holt had to go. I remember diaco having some good teams at ND, and being a very highly thought Of up and coming talent. Apparently he’s a weirdo in the Jim harbaugh, PJ Fleck mold. But this video is hilariously stupid, both because it’s so dumb, but also because bc Diaco clearly gave them plenty of material.

https://youtu.be/F1xT5qpRNCU

Had a good year at la tech and he’s still young so hopeful. Won’t have a whole lot of talent to work with.

  

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36. "wrong post"
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...cleaned up my act, made a few violent songs...but, they wack like Glen Rice with New Balance on - Sean Price

  

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Ceej
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37. "Egg Bowl bout to be lit - Leach to Miss State"
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will_5198
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38. "he better get some great assistants"
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I don't think this is the right fit for either party

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HecticHavoc
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39. "he has the best pressers"
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and I agree I dont think Mississippi will like his sarcasm or wit. among never "RUNNIN THE DAMN BALL!"

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3xKrazy
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40. "right???? this dude gonna get throttled in the SEC"
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>I don't think this is the right fit for either party

and extra weird considering they just canned Moorhead for not being a cultural fit. leach is even further away from resembling anything related to that university's culture.

  

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41. "Dantonio steps down at MSU (swipe)"
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Damn this shit caught me by surprise.

Mark Dantonio steps down as coach at Michigan State

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/28635019/mark-dantonio-steps-coach-michigan-state

Michigan State's Mark Dantonio announced Tuesday that he's stepping down from his role as the Spartans' head coach.

Dantonio coached Michigan State for 13 seasons, leading the program to three Big Ten championships, a Rose Bowl victory and a College Football Playoff berth. He won more games than any coach in program history. His past few years have been marred by controversy.

"After much reflection and discussion with my family, I feel that it is now time for a change as we enter into a new decade of Michigan State Football," Dantonio, 63, said in a statement. "... I will miss it all but feel the sacrifices that I have made away from my family must now become my priority at this time in my life."

A news conference is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Dantonio -- along with Michigan State's athletic director and university president -- said he expected to stay with the team at the conclusion of the 2019 football season. He collected a $4.3 million retention bonus in the middle of January.

Defensive coordinator Mike Tressel has been named the Spartans' acting head coach as the school searches for a permanent replacement.

Dantonio's retirement announcement came one day after his former recruiting director, Curtis Blackwell, filed claims that Dantonio committed NCAA recruiting violations as part of an ongoing lawsuit. The new filing alleges that Dantonio helped arrange employment for the parents of two high-profile recruits. Blackwell also says that Dantonio took him on recruiting trips to a high-profile recruit's home, which is an NCAA violation.

Blackwell claimed in earlier filings for the same lawsuit that Dantonio ignored warning signs from his assistants in order to bring another recruit with a history of sexual violence to campus. That player, former defensive end Auston Robertson, was charged with sexually assaulting a teammate's girlfriend less than a year after he arrived on campus and is serving time in state prison.

Robertson was one of four members from Dantonio's 2016 recruiting class who was kicked off the team following charges of sexual assault. Three others -- Donnie Corley, Josh King and Demetric Vance -- pleaded to lesser charges after prosecutors said they assaulted a woman at a party in January 2017.

Dantonio has declined to answer any questions about the vetting process that let Robertson come to campus.

Dantonio's actions in addressing other sexual assault cases were also the subject of a January 2018 Outside the Lines report stating that since Dantonio's tenure began in 2007, at least 16 Michigan State football players had been accused of sexual assault or violence against women, according to interviews and public records obtained by Outside the Lines.

Dantonio said in his announcement Tuesday that he plans to continue to work with the athletic department at Michigan State in a "special projects" role that will help incoming and current players transition to their next challenges.

Information from ESPN's Paula Lavigne was used in this report.

  

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42. "Media also reporting Luke Fickell is favored to replace him n/m"
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BrooklynWHAT
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43. "trouble was at his doorstep"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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44. "feels like it"
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he's stubborn as hell so just stepping aside at the end of the recruiting cycle seems off-brand

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45. "He got a bag before he left too. "
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Pretty hilarious.

http://i.imgur.com/vPqCzVU.jpg

  

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46. "Mel Tucker in at Michigan State..."
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HecticHavoc
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47. ""theres no transfer portals in real life""
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apparently there are when you get a few million thrown at ya. bet those recruits are pumped.

as an ASU fan i am glad this is happening, Colorado was a bit of an upcoming threat to our dominance in the South for the next 5 years.

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49. "I knew that stupid comment would come back on him"
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of course he learned well from Saban's flip-flopping.

NCAA needs to get the one-time, no-penalty transfer rule set up for all sports ASAP.

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48. "get your money black man"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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