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  1. Looked around (online) but big quality names just for RN Coaches seem to be thin. Everyone is set or just made a move it seems. I am sure there are a few hidden gems SB knows about. Here is the only one I found. Ra' Shaad Samples SMU, Running Back Coach/Recruiting Coordinator (25): Samples saw his on-field career end early due to injuries, but he’s thrived in the time since as a coach. The former four-star recruit joined Houston’s staff in an off-field role in 2016 and 2017 working with running backs, receivers and QBs. Texas hired him in 2018 as an assistant wide receivers coach, where he drew rave reviews as a recruiter. Last year, SMU brought him back home to the DFW area where he’s since emerged as one of the American’s top overall recruiters. The son of Dallas-area coaching legend, Reginald Samples, Ra’Shaad earned a promotion this off season to running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Samples currently sits second in the AAC recruiter rankings.
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  2. He does seem like a great choice, if he's on Coach Beamer's radar.
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  3. I could easily get behind this.
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  4. Part of the issue is that all these hires are dependent on the dominoes that have fallen both up the chain and down the chain from open positions like ours. For example, our beloved Duce has left an open RB coach slot on the Eagles, a very good job. One of the guys rumored to open for that job is Cadillac Williams, the RB coach for Auburn. So anyone considering our open slot may also be stalling waiting to see if that slot opens up as well... and on and on it goes.
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  5. I have no idea why he didn't do well either. We've just tried him out and he's simply not a good coach. I'm sure he's a fine person so I don't see the need to run his name in the mud, but the RBs here got a lot better despite injuries when he stopped coaching them.
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  6. Agreed - also telling that the best gig he could get after leaving was as WR coach at USF.
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  7. I wanted Shane to clean house as soon as he was hired - not meaning get rid of people ASAP, but I wanted him to create his own staff from the get go. I did want Kitchens to stay, but I understand why he left.
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  8. I was sad to see Des Kitchens go
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  9. Georgia Southern is preparing to lose associate head coach/running backs coach Chris Foster. A South Carolina native, Foster played at Gardner-Webb and immediately became his alma mater’s running backs coach following graduation. He then spent three seasons in the same capacity at Appalachian State, one season at Maryville College, and then the past three at Georgia Southern. Foster has tutored four NFL backs, plus Appalachian State’s all-time leading rusher Marcus Cox. May as well sigh him up.
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  10. How about Bobby Bentley, I'm pretty sure he is available and he coached one of the best in HS?
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