Second time’s a charm

Following Mike Bobo’s quick departure, Shane Beamer’s found his man ($$).

A high school quarterback and wide receiver, Satterfield has coached quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends at the collegiate level and last served as an offensive coordinator in the FBS ranks at Temple from 2013 to 2015.

Temple improved from 2-10 to 6-6 to 10-4 in Satterfield’s three seasons, although the Owls never finished higher than 60th in the nation in yards per play.

This is what you get when you have to shop for coaches at the discount store.

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35 responses to “Second time’s a charm

  1. MudCat's Mechanic

    I should have submitted my resume. I have a pretty good offense on NCAA14. Still.

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    • siskey

      Do you know anyone who wants to sell a PS3 that works? You can still play it and there is some kind of update that looks pretty good, unfortunately, mine finally quit working a year or so ago.

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  2. ApalachDawg aux Bruxelles

    I think the College of Charleston intramural team could give the ‘cocks a competitive game near Battery Park?

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  3. With the way things are going in Columbia, they may be looking at a Brad Scott stretch of futility. I hate that for Beamer because he seems to be a good guy, but l’ll enjoy watching it from the correct side of the Savannah River.

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    • Down Island Way

      Don’t believe the new HC will eclipse/match booms win total in the next 3 years…good guys don’t make it in the sec with the direction their program is headed, ca$h tho$e check$ while you can….

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  4. munsonlarryfkajim

    Poor D’Wan. Already lost his OC at his new school.

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  5. Ran A

    An absolute step back. Auburn had made two very good hires at OC and DC – not doubt about it.

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  6. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    Man, Bobo fucked him hard.

    After the player revolt, why did he even agree to stay anyway? And after the player revolt, why did Beamer even re-hire him anyway?

    Yeah, I’m putting this one on Beamer.

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    • stoopnagle

      Definitely. As a new coach, you get a grace period. One sure fire way to cack that up is to keep people around. Bobo did him a favor.

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    • armydawg

      I never thought Bobo would be a back-stabber like that. Co State must have really changed him.

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      • junkyardawg41

        He worked for Agent Muschamp. I don’t think it is that far of a stretch to recognize he was trained well and is now Agent Bobo.

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      • James A Mercer Jr

        I hardly think Bobo backstabbed anyone. The new job of OC came after his offer to retain at USCe and has more promise with a better program. Wouldn’t you take a job that offered more perks? Beamer has several months to shop the job…he loses a damn good OC AND recruiter with HC experience but it’s a better career move for Bobo who owes nothing to USCe.

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  7. practicaldawg

    The experience level of this entire staff is so low, I’m wondering if they shouldn’t have just let a few of the players’ dads volunteer coach on weekends.

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  8. Harold Miller

    So, SCUM is coach shopping at Dollar General and Barn is shopping at Sam’s Club. It that about right?

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  9. RangerRuss

    I know some low class, inherited wealthy USCum alumni in Columbia for whom football is their greatest passion. The gradual rot of their program along with the rise of their most hated rivals is sucking their pride down to the level of their class. My Mama, Grandmas and Aunts raised me better. But I can’t help but revel in their misery. They’re paying the price for hiring SOS and I’m laughing now. Again.

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  10. godawgs1701

    Oh, I dunno, the Nerds claim that success at Temple means something.

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    • Down Island Way

      Speaking of nerdfootball, upon their punter receiving an award, seeing nerdfootball hc in all his 404 glory pushes my prayers that the 2021 schedule is played in it’s entirety…wishing another UGA beat down on nerdfootball, now and forever….Go Dawgs!

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  11. Scotty King

    If the HOFers (Ball Sack and Granny) couldn’t win big there, what’s to make anyone think these guys can?

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  12. 12thhole

    Two things: Fulmer strategy -bonus out Bobo to get him to leave Columbia to make sure UT knocks the locks off USCe for the next 3-4 years. Legend has it that UT bag-men are in every zip code in the south.
    Bobo strategy. Return in 3-4 years as USCe HC when Baby Beamer is fired.

    Win-Win-Win. UT-Bobo-Auburn. USCe is gonna lose no matter. Not having Bobo in Columbia just insures it.
    Whatever Bobo’s neurological disorder is, it must disappear east of the Mississippi. Strange that.

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    • siskey

      I don’t foresee Bobo being at Auburn that long. He looks 30 years older than his age. I was not a Bobo hater but I think what he is competing with now both here and at Bama means he won’t have the same success he had with RICHT as when he was here.

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      • DawgFlan

        I’m not a Bobo hater either, but I always saw him as the muscle to Richt’s brain. People don’t want to give Richt credit but he knew offense, he knew QB development, and he knew talent. Richt was rightly faulted for delegating and/or glossing over too many details and becoming undisciplined in execution, but the guy mostly had all the right ideas (notable exception: roster management). When he had Bobo (and BVG on D) he mostly had the right muscle to follow through and succeed. What innovation or brilliance has Bobo displayed since he left UGA?

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        • I have to agree w Siskey, when I saw Bobo on tv after all his health issues, he looked rough…I don’t think he has a lot of wind in his sails anymore…I wish him well for his health, but hope his new team tanks like the titanic…I really don’t care for Auburn

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          • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

            Bobo has to keep coaching because he went lax on his internal familial roster management.

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          • DawgFlan

            Oh yeah I am agreeing with siskey also. The health plays into it – I was just adding that I don’t buy the “guru” label others above seemed to credit to him.

            Look at the 2005 UGA offense highlights from Boise St. and the SEC Championship. QB Option reads, RPOs, pro and spread sets, TEs lined up everywhere, etc. and then imagine that 1) the SEC would’ve have allowed Richt to go up tempo like he wanted, 2) the current NCAA rules/approach that benefit the offense were in place, and 3) Richt didn’t shut down the offense when up 3+ scores.

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          • archiecreek

            I like to drive in my truck!!

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      • 12thhole

        Coach MR allowed Bobo OTJ training at Ga and we suffered initially. By the time Aron Murray finished in ’13 Bobo was reaching his peak as a play caller and offensive game manager, IMO. He is good. He is not Freeze, Kiffin, Sark or Mullen good, but he is better than Larry Scott and definitely not the offensive equivalent of legendary light-bulb Willie Martinez.
        Bobo is Solid. Recruits well. He will be a problem for Ga at Auburn and now with Mason there the threat level just increased to Defcon IV. I can faintly hear “danger Will Robinson”

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        • junkyardawg41

          There is a lot of truth to what you are saying. Bobo really took off as an OC after Searels left and Friend arrived. I think that combination is much better than what people think.

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        • bigjohnson1992

          Auburn hasn’t recruited well as of late. Not sure they have the horses in the stable. Again, it boils down to coaching. Our talent is superior to EVERYONE, except Clemson and Alabama.

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