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(The Gazette) Kirk Ferentz and Hayden Fry walk to the press conference that introduced Ferentz as head Iowa football coach in December 1998. (The Gazette) Kirk Ferentz yells at the officials after a personal foul called on Iowa against Wisconsin at Kinnick Stadium in October. (Cliff Jette/The Gazette) Marc Morehouse More stories from Marc Nov 24, 2016 at 12:01 am | Print View IOWA CITY For those of you still running to keyboards after an Iowa defeat and all-capping “FIRE EVERYONE,” you really dont know Iowa football very well. The roots of continuity with this program run deeper than the horses, who died on the spot while building Kinnick in the late 1920s, buried in the north end zone. Iowa has had two head coaches, five offensive coordinators and four defensive coordinators in the 38 years spanning Hayden Frys and Kirk Ferentzs time as head coaches. Ferentz, who finishes his 18th season as the Hawkeyes head coach against Nebraska on Friday, remains as consistent as ever. The premium on continuity was set in place long before Ferentz was hired in December of 1998. It molded during his nine seasons as offensive line coach under Fry (1981-89). And it doesnt appear to be ending anytime soon, especially with Ferentz signing a new contract (around $5 million a year) through the 2025 season earlier this fall. This is why Ferentz has had two offensive and defensive coordinators and, really, one overall scheme on offense and defense.
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2. LSU That news was followed by a bunch of reporting, by Low and others, that LSU had lasered in on Houstons Tom Herman as its top choice. Weve known for weeks that LSUs top targets have been Fisher, Herman, and interim coach Ed Orgeron, so no surprise there. The surprise came in stuff like this: Tom Herman is close to being named the next coach at #LSU , multiple sources told https://t.co/XBNn1eMJ5K Thursday. https://t.co/bvJJ2lOWaB Geoff Ketchum (@gkketch) November 25, 2016 This felt a little premature, seeing as we knew about a meeting with LSU AD Joe Alleva that Orgeron already had scheduled for Black Friday , along with the fact that, you know, Alleva was busy at the time watching Orgeron beat Texas A&M. (LSU released two similar statements during the game, about the programs focus being on the A&M game, which was happening at the time.) After Orgeron won to complete a 5-2 audition, LSU players filmed themselves chanting , “Keep Coach O!” in the locker room. So was that burst of Herman-LSU reportage just someone trying to light a fire under Texas? Well, scant minutes later: FootballScoop Staff (@FootballScoop) November 25, 2016 3. Texas A little bit before all this began, the Austin American-Statesman had reported Charlie Strong could have a chance to save his job with a big win over TCU on Friday (aka the 2015 Les Miles maneuver ). Texas coach Charlie Strong could save his job with a blowout win over TCU on Friday, a university source said.
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