I think there are many up and comer HC and DC guys out there that can be great if we get to them before another 5-8 national programs start searching, but would we consider a guy who averaged ten wins for like ten years with HC experience, a national title, knows recruiting area well, and knows what it takes at highest levels?
I know crazy but these might be crazy times.
I’m for a coach that can eat all the field grass they want if we can win 10 a few years in a row.
I couldn’t agree more and though I think Les is crazy at times but I think he got a real raw deal at LSU. LSU fans are nuts!
Totally agree. Coach Miles had as good a run as anyone towards the top of a national program.
Maybe so, but you have to be bad to not win at LSU. What about without all that talent?
Miles couldn’t put a good offense on the field at LSU, and it’s much more difficult to build a defense at Arkansas than LSU. If you gave CBB LSU talent on the lines here, I don’t think his job would be in jeopardy. In 2016 of the eighteen 4+ stars that Miles signed thirteen were from Louisiana.
Offenses in the SEC are in bad shape. It was a missed opportunity not being able to score this season. I think the path of least resistance for Arkansas to compete is to hire an offensive guru.
If we change it makes sense to me to bring in an up and comer that has a lot to prove. Lou, Visor Boy are two examples of coaches who could never get over the hump with their teams after nice runs with other schools.