Potential OCs (that Narduzzi likely won't consider)

HailtoPitt

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Bryan Harsin will likely be fired from Auburn by season's end. He has proven that he can run a good offense, and wouldn't be at the top of head coaching lists if he sees success. I think we should bring in someone like him and pay him enough to stick around.
 
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What about Joseph Williams IV? He's an old Polish gentleman who drinks boilermakers and believes that kids these days are pansies and footballs ain't made for throwin'. Lives in Elizabeth Township and walks down to the river every morning just to breathe in the scent of steel mill pollution. Could be a nice fit.
 
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Pitt won’t eat a deal in its first year. Unless Cig himself bolts, he’ll be in place at least another season. And likely so will Slovis, unless he’s smart and finds a way to go to pass happy FCS team with bad competition similar to Flacco at Delaware. With a scheme that can max protect and 1,2,3 throw mentally (but above all, playing inferior competition), he might be fine. He owes it to himself to try that. Otherwise he too will be the subject of a sad YouTube bio like Max Browne.
 

CJsE

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So the solution is to bring in the guy responsible for the worst offense in the Power 5?
 
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The best solution is someone nobody has heard of. Maybe in the depths of FCS. But again, this is many months and additional seasons away.