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(Tulane -3.5)

North Texas @
Utah State
(Utah State -9.0)

Fresno State @
Arizona State
( Fresno State -4.5)

Georgia Southern @
Eastern Michigan
(Georgia Southern -1.0)

Middle Tennessee @
Appalachian State
(Appalachian State -7.0)

UAB @
Northern Illinois
(UAB -1.0)

San Diego State @
Ohio
(Ohio -3.0)

Marshall @
South Florida
(Marshall -1.5)

Florida Intl @
Toledo
(Toledo -6.0)

Western Michigan @
BYU
(BYU -12.0)

Memphis @
Wake Forest
(Memphis -5.0)

Houston @
Army
(Army -3.0)

Buffalo @
Troy
(Buffalo -2.5)

Hawai'i @
Louisiana Tech
(Hawai'i -1.5)

Boston College @
Boise State
(Boise State -3.0)

Minnesota @
Georgia Tech
(Georgia Tech -4.5)

California @
TCU
(TCU -0.0)

Temple @
Duke
(Temple -3.0)

Miami @
Wisconsin
(Miami -4.0)

Baylor @
Vanderbilt
(Vanderbilt -4.0)

Purdue @
Auburn
(Auburn -4.0)

West Virginia @
Syracuse
(West Virginia -1.5)

Iowa State @
Washington State
(Washington State -3.5)

Florida @
Michigan
(Michigan -7.5)

South Carolina @
Virginia
(South Carolina -4.0)

Arkansas State @
Nevada
(Arkansas State -1.0)

Notre Dame @
Clemson
(Clemson -11.0)

Oklahoma @
Alabama
(Alabama -98.0)

Cincinnati @
Virginia Tech
(Cincinnati -5.0)

Stanford @
Pittsburgh
(Stanford -6.5)

Michigan State @
Oregon
(Oregon -2.5)

Missouri @
Oklahoma State
(Missouri -8.0)

Northwestern @
Utah
(Utah -6.5)

NC State @
Texas A&M
(Texas A&M -5.0)

Mississippi State @
Iowa
(Mississippi State -6.0)

LSU @
UCF
(LSU -7.5)

Kentucky @
Penn State
(Penn State -6.0)

Washington @
Ohio State
(Ohio State -6.5)

Texas @
Georgia
(Georgia -10.5)

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« on: November 30, 2018, 05:33:34 AM »

I watched the last half of the last quarter of the NJCAA championship football game last night.  It was a real nail biter.  East Mississippi would up holding off a surging Garden City team to win their 5th national championship 10-9.  EM's coach Buddy Stephens is winning games/championships at a similar pace to Coach Saban.  I hope he doesn't get scooped up by some other FBS team because when Coach Saban decides to walk away he might just be a viable replacement...

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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2018, 05:36:45 AM »

Here is more on the game and coach Stephens. 

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Guided by two-time NJCAA Football National Coach of the Year and seven-time NJCAA Region 23 Coach of the Year Buddy Stephens with an 11-year coaching record of 109-13 (.893), the four-time national champion EMCC Lions (11-0) bring a 16-game winning streak into this year's national championship game after claiming their seventh MACJC State/NJCAA Region 23 championship in 10 years with a hard-fought 19-14 road victory over previously No. 4-ranked Jones College in this year's MACJC state championship game played on Saturday, Nov. 10, in Ellisville.  East Mississippi became the first MACJC member school to win the state junior college football title as many as three straight years since Pearl River CC captured four consecutive MACJC football crowns (2003-06).  Currently tied for sixth place (with Iowa Western's Scott Strohmeier) among the NJCAA's winningest active head football coaches while also ranking as the NJCAA's all-time leader in career winning percentage for head football coaches with at least 100 career games coached, EMCC's Stephens previously served as an assistant coach/offensive line coach for the PRCC Wildcats during their successful run of MACJC state titles before being hired as the Lions' head football coach in December 2007.
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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2018, 07:50:42 AM »

No AD at a major program would take the gamble of hiring a junior college coach to lead their program.  It's almost certainly career suicide.
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« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2018, 08:17:52 AM »

No AD at a major program would take the gamble of hiring a junior college coach to lead their program.  It's almost certainly career suicide.
Kind of like hiring a high school offensive coordinator?   Lips Sealed
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« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2018, 08:40:09 AM »

No AD at a major program would take the gamble of hiring a junior college coach to lead their program.  It's almost certainly career suicide.
Kind of like hiring a high school offensive coordinator?   Lips Sealed

Gussie was hired as a coordinator, and that was only done because he had 5 D-1 prospects that Arkansas wanted.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas -- Mitch Mustain grew up an Arkansas fan, and only needed one reason -- no matter how fleeting -- to sign and play quarterback for the Razorbacks.

For the consensus No. 1 rated quarterback recruit in 2005 out of Springdale (Ark.) High, that choice was cemented on Dec. 9 of that year when Springdale head coach Gus Malzahn was hired by Houston Nutt as the Razorbacks' offensive coordinator.
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« Reply #5 on: November 30, 2018, 03:42:11 PM »

No AD at a major program would take the gamble of hiring a junior college coach to lead their program.  It's almost certainly career suicide.
Kind of like hiring a high school offensive coordinator?   Lips Sealed

Gussie was hired as a coordinator, and that was only done because he had 5 D-1 prospects that Arkansas wanted.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas -- Mitch Mustain grew up an Arkansas fan, and only needed one reason -- no matter how fleeting -- to sign and play quarterback for the Razorbacks.

For the consensus No. 1 rated quarterback recruit in 2005 out of Springdale (Ark.) High, that choice was cemented on Dec. 9 of that year when Springdale head coach Gus Malzahn was hired by Houston Nutt as the Razorbacks' offensive coordinator.


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« Reply #6 on: November 30, 2018, 05:44:43 PM »

No AD at a major program would take the gamble of hiring a junior college coach to lead their program.  It's almost certainly career suicide.
Kind of like hiring a high school offensive coordinator?   Lips Sealed

Gussie was hired as a coordinator, and that was only done because he had 5 D-1 prospects that Arkansas wanted.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas -- Mitch Mustain grew up an Arkansas fan, and only needed one reason -- no matter how fleeting -- to sign and play quarterback for the Razorbacks.

For the consensus No. 1 rated quarterback recruit in 2005 out of Springdale (Ark.) High, that choice was cemented on Dec. 9 of that year when Springdale head coach Gus Malzahn was hired by Houston Nutt as the Razorbacks' offensive coordinator.



It was a short marriage.   

(Nutt went through all that trouble to get Mustain, then refused to run Gus' offense, instead relying upon RB greats Darren McFadden and Felix Jones.)
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