Well, that didn't take long. Less than two hours after Kentucky Radio's Matt Jones reported that Wildcat offensive coordinator Eddie Gran had been offered $1.1 million per year to take the same role in Athens, the veteran coach took to Twitter with a message that indicates that he won't be going anywhere.
Above copied from article on 24/7.
Who puts out the numbers $1.1 million for all to see? This day and age seems to be the norm . . . . loose lips sink ships. Phone ringing . . . . Jimbo Fisher calling . . . .
As Murf stated in the video that Buc posted, physicality is the great equalizer.
Absolutely, but when the other team can match your physicality then you have to take coaching to another level and that is where I feel Chaney failed.
Pulled this yesterday from an article talking about coaches from all over the nation watching the NC game:
"At last year’s AFCA, a group of coaches boldly predicted early in the third quarter that Alabama would come back to win, based solely on Georgia’s “tight” play calling."
So I may not worry quite as much about Chaney leaving as Murf
Thoughts on Gran..
Why in the world would we want to hire the architect of the 109th ranked offense in terms of yards per game and 89th ranked in terms of scoring as our OC? I think I will choose to believe if we offered anything, it was a job as a position coach.
I don't know everything, but I am not sure offering Gran the OC job here makes logical sense.. and it certainly doesn't make sense he would have turned it down if offered.