And… a pony.

SEC coaches don’t want everything.  They just want a lot.

The coaches voted unanimously that the NCAA should expand the limit on full-time assistant football coaches from nine to 10. It’s basically just a symbolic vote, but with autonomy coming to the five major conferences, it could end up being a precursor to it actually happening.

“It’s just in the discussion phase right now, it’ll be awhile before that’ll be considered as new legislation. But I think it’ll have some traction,” South Carolina athletics director Ray Tanner said. “And it’ll have some traction because there will be an opportunity to maybe regulate the size of staffs outside of coaches.”

But the amount of additional staffers – quality control coaches, interns, and others – was not discussed, according to Georgia head coach Mark Richt.

Ah, autonomy.  I wonder what happens if the size of coaching staffs becomes a matter left up to each power conference.

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3 responses to “And… a pony.

  1. watcher16

    The sooner we can get a Special Teams coach, the better…

  2. Cousin Eddie

    Ah, autonomy. I wonder what happens if the size of coaching staffs becomes a matter left up to each power conference…….. There will be no unemployed coaches or players parents in Alabama.