If the number one category of blowing smoke over new coaches is in strength and conditioning (newer! better! harder!), right behind come coordinator changes. Behold the magic in Knoxville:
“He figures out who his best players are and finds ways to get them the ball,” Pruitt said. “I think he’s a very good evaluator, and coaching against him, he’s very hard to defend.”
Of course he is, bless his heart.
When the day comes, Chaney’s eulogy ought to be nothing but what his head coaches had to say about him during the first spring after he was hired.