Adios, Mr. Tucker.

It’s official.

Congrats, sir.  You’ve earned it here.

Now, let’s see what Kirby does, especially with signing day on the near horizon.


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17 responses to “Adios, Mr. Tucker.

  1. Doyle Hargraves

    Happy for him and well deserved. Helluva a coach. Think he could’ve gotten a better job, if he’d have hung around a little longer. Even a better job on the West Coast


  2. Salty Dawg

    Congrats is right! I will miss his victory struts on the field! He would get down!


  3. Bright Idea

    Schumann. I bet.


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Well-earned, Coach Tucker. That move to Athens turned out to be the right one. Also, a very good decision to avoid that dumpster fire on North Avenue.

    Colorado is a tough place to recruit, but inheriting a team that started 5-0 and competing in a division where the winner lost four games is doable.

    Now comes the watch on who he takes with him.


  5. Timphd

    Good luck Mel. Hope it works for you.


  6. Uglydawg.

    Good luck, Coach and thanks for being a DGD while you were here!


  7. Kdawg

    Are there any rumors on who might replace him?


  8. W Cobb Dawg

    Hate to see Tucker leave. I think we’ll get that championship in the near future, and thought he’d be a big part of it.


  9. Flying Peak Dawg (formerly AusDawg85)

    Will Kirby hide the recruiting board and check his phone? 😜


  10. Bat City Dawg

    Mel has great taste. Headed to the best town in the country, with apoligies to Bend Or, and Livermore Ca


    • Livermore, CA? What’s the draw, besides a DOE laboratory?


      • nature on three sides: mostly protected land/parks/vineyards/ranches, only civilization is pleasanton to the west, charming little downtown with shops, restaurants, breweries, and wine bars. over 50 very good wineries in town, that are quaint and fun to visit. close enough to SF, napa/sonoma, monterray, tahoe, etc to experience all they have to offer for one day or more. perfect climate summers are hot during day but cool breeze in evenings.. not a single cloud may to october.. spring starts in earl february.. mild “winter” usually in the 60’s. tons of cycling, running, and a few nice golf courses to boot. retains small town/village feel despite being 40 miles from SF.

        now you are making me miss it. Wife and I just moved to Austin from Livermore, and we are probably some of the few Austin residents who feel we left a superior setting.


  11. 209

    New DC….