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Old 11-23-2004   #5
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the fact remains that virtually every nfl coach coached somewhere at sometime in college. maybe not a head coach, but to say that college coaches don't make great nfl coaches is not logical. nfl coaches just don't quit their parttime job and become nfl coaches. they usually play football in college, then maybe coach high school, move up to college, go somewhere in the nfl as some kind of assistant coach, then nfl coach. think about it
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