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  • Originally posted by cbgorilla View Post


    I totally disagree. The HC on down are great hires. Look at the experience and places these guys have been.
    Now, I am not saying Pitt State will be at the top of D2 in the first couple of years, but I will say, this staff will have Pitt State competing at a higher level than the last regime had us doing.
    I'm sure people were rolling their eyes when Tjeerdsma, Svoboda, etc. were hired at Northwest. They weren't big names. They became big names. That's what you're hoping in Pittsburg.

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    • Originally posted by cbgorilla View Post


      It’s about both, recruiting and X’s and O’s. The most important thing is how you develop what you have to play the X and O game.
      Exactly. You can have talent (jimmy/joe) but if you don’t have the coaches to develop them ( think Beck and staff) it’s not going to do much good.

      A good staff can turn your jimmies and joes into a good team but a staff that isn’t good or stale (think this last staff) will turn your jimmies and joes into sitting at home during playoffs.

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      • Originally posted by Brandon View Post

        I'm sure people were rolling their eyes when Tjeerdsma, Svoboda, etc. were hired at Northwest. They weren't big names. They became big names. That's what you're hoping in Pittsburg.
        Agree, Brandon.
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        • Not sure what "big name" means, but Wright brought in several coaches who can go talk to HS kids about players they put in the NFL, and I think that might mean a lot to recruits.

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          • Originally posted by Predatory Primates View Post
            Not sure what "big name" means, but Wright brought in several coaches who can go talk to HS kids about players they put in the NFL, and I think that might mean a lot to recruits.
            I agree that never hurts, but Washburn, Fort Hays, UCO, Northwest, etc. can say that as well...and so could Beck.

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            • Originally posted by Brandon View Post

              I agree that never hurts, but Washburn, Fort Hays, UCO, Northwest, etc. can say that as well...and so could Beck.
              For sure.

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              • Originally posted by Predatory Primates View Post
                Not sure what "big name" means, but Wright brought in several coaches who can go talk to HS kids about players they put in the NFL, and I think that might mean a lot to recruits.
                It would be "Fake News" to the recruit then.

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                • Both Lattimer and Dreiling to Oregon in analyst type positions - what is the connection there?

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                  • Originally posted by FormerGorilla View Post
                    Both Lattimer and Dreiling to Oregon in analyst type positions - what is the connection there?
                    Lol...ok
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                    • Originally posted by cbgorilla View Post

                      Lol...ok
                      From FootballScoop:

                      Oregon: Source tells FootballScoop former Pitt State defensive coordinator Nate Dreiling is expected to join the Oregon staff as a defensive quality control.

                      Read something similar about Lattimore... not saying it's correct. But they're usually spot on?

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                      • Originally posted by FormerGorilla View Post

                        From FootballScoop:

                        Oregon: Source tells FootballScoop former Pitt State defensive coordinator Nate Dreiling is expected to join the Oregon staff as a defensive quality control.

                        Read something similar about Lattimore... not saying it's correct. But they're usually spot on?
                        Who is Lattimore?
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                        • Originally posted by FormerGorilla View Post

                          From FootballScoop:

                          Oregon: Source tells FootballScoop former Pitt State defensive coordinator Nate Dreiling is expected to join the Oregon staff as a defensive quality control.

                          Read something similar about Lattimore... not saying it's correct. But they're usually spot on?
                          The post that had initially said Lattimer was going to Oregon as a defensive quality control was updated to say it was Dreiling. I'm guessing they had a source that said something like, "Former Pitt State DC going to Oregon as defense QC coach" and the person thought Lattimer is who was the former DC, since he had been DC at NSU prior to coming to Pitt State. Simple mix up.

                          Glad to hear Nate found a landing spot, but that's not where I would've expected him to wind up. Hope it works out well for him.

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                          • How's everything in Pitt these days? Did any of the previous Coaches stay with the University or were they all let go?

                            Any news on Beck? Is he sitting this year out?

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                            • Originally posted by FormerGorilla View Post
                              How's everything in Pitt these days? Did any of the previous Coaches stay with the University or were they all let go?

                              Any news on Beck? Is he sitting this year out?
                              Here is a link to the list of coaches. https://pittstategorillas.com/roster.aspx?path=football

                              Lattimer, Karleskint & Garman were rehired, the rest are gone. I haven't heard a word about Beck. Very surprised that he hasn't been hired by someone at this point.......

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                              • The next question is: How long does Kim Anderson get to get some winning seasons at Pitt. He commands a hefty salary to be losing more games than winning.

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