Moar 2017 SEC East greatness

In case you missed it, Booch has himself a new offensive coordinator.  Andy Staples gives you the deets:

Coach Butch Jones promoted tight ends coach Larry Scott to run the offense in place of Mike DeBord, who left for Indiana earlier this month.

When Jones plucked DeBord from a non-coaching job at Michigan, it was to ensure the Volunteers ran the Butch Jones offense. That seems to be the aim here as well—for better or for worse. Scott has only called plays at the high school level, but he did go 4–2 as the interim coach at Miami following Al Golden’s firing in 2015.  [Emphasis added.]

That seems promising.  At least he won’t be burdened with coaching quarterbacks.

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4 responses to “Moar 2017 SEC East greatness

  1. J-Dawg

    Good old “Sgt Carter”; the gift that keeps on giving.

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  2. Comin' Down The Track

    When you’re the defending 2016 Champions of Life, you can’t just sneak up on folks anymore. They can see you coming. You walk around constantly with a target on your back.

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  3. DawgPhan

    and people act like the SEC being down isnt a result of piles and piles of really awful coaching hires at all levels across the conference.

    The SEC currently has more talent and money than it has ever had and the teams are about as as average as can be.

    But it couldnt possibly be that every school in the league is constantly making really awful hires.

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  4. HVL Dawg

    James Coley was calling plays for the U while Larry Scott was going 4-2 as interim HC.

    How can we forget Coley calling a tailback pass, in a snowstorm, while driving for the win, under 3 minutes?

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