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Old 01-24-2014   #478
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Originally Posted by ArlingtonTexan View Post
The track for most (not all) head coaches to be is to become a coordinator 1st. Crennel should have reached an age and have the experience to know that "training" young talented coaches means they are being trained to take his job or to move to another organization as a coordinator.
Understood. No doubt there will be steps along the way & he'll have most likely be a DC before being considered for a HC position. But the ultimate goal is HC

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