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Rumored to be top candidate to be Eagles DC under Chip Kelly.
Well that would be a hell of staff, good god.
Good for Todd. Between he and Bruce Arians, we're going to have some Hokie coaches with major cred in the NFL.
Would love for him to be our HC after CFB
Not convinced Chip Kelly's offense can transition to the NFL without getting the QB injured too much over the long haul.
Don't think he's going to try and bring it totally though. I think they expect him to twink it. He's a hell of an offensive mind, and the current system he uses it just what he thought up to use while having the type of athletes OU recruits. He's a great coach by looking at what he has and adapting.
Totally agree.... as an Eagles fan its certainly going to be an interesting year next year.
Grantham would be a good hire though. I'd like to see him come back to Blacksburg to be the HC, but i think he's got NFL written all over him.
Chip Kelly is an offensive innovator, he is by no means a one trick pony.
Insiders on the Georgia board saying they're hearing he will stay at Georgia.
And I think he would be one of the Best VT could bring In after FB retires . This Man has it all that is needed for a Head Coaching job...
If that is true, can we keep him from an NFL coaching job?
Miss Kitty wants ol Todd at VT to be the next Coach.
If Bobo was hired as OC it would have certainly got me thinking...
I would say after all the Coaching he has done in his career, Coming Home Might be his last Goal. He is a NRV product and being Home is always in everybody's mind. All the things he can get under his belt will be a Plus for him, IMHO, when the Time comes, VT better think about this VT man.
Agree 100%. Todd Grantham should be our next head coach.
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