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"josh gaddis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Verbose citrus bowl on ESPN radio ESPN thirty minutes to play first half Michigan ten Alabama seven Michigan football its own twenty yard line atomi Matt Hasselbeck down the field in monograph after Michigan's field goal last drive offense of coordinator Josh gad is brought his offense together he said we got a score in the red zone this is a basketball you can't win off three's please against Alabama garrison Jim Harbaugh even call the entire offense together how will the mop David Grossman saying we need to score here so you can feel the sense of urgency over here on missing Michigan sideline itself in the last two drives have yielded points after the cold start from Michigan in the citrus bowl I mean I think of Michigan as a basketball school nobody winners yeah they are they good football yeah they've only won the most games all time but but Molly's absolutely right Josh Gaddis is absolutely right there's a saying a guy I work with Steve young he has a saying the more field goals you kick in the red zone the closer you are to losing the game you know it is a mindset for a quarterback kind of like a touchdown check down mindset but they did have the opportunity guess that all out blitz covers zero think it was you banks in the red zone you got a capital I don't capitalize on those when you get the chance oh goodness I've been impressed with Michigan hearted so slow first to drive the eight fifteen yards last to drive there a hundred sixty six yards in ten point Patterson back toward the missile twenty on a pistol woods accelerated freshman behind him two.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Welcome back to around the horn coming to you. From the Heineken River deck appears Seventeenth Cottage Judge Football Michigan Wisconsin Saturday badgers three and a half point favorite first game. Michigan's been an underdog in two years. How is that possible says. Being under oath doesn't matter. Wolverines haven't won at Wisconsin since two thousand one last time we saw them needed overtime to beat army at old old STU. Would you buy what you sell. How critical game for Hardball Michigan I mean two ways to approach is Tony for this year. It's a critical gain game if they want to win the conference. If they WANNA get the College Football playoff then yeah long-term. There doesn't seem to be a big game for Jim or by. He's never made it to the College Football playoff. He's never won the big ten. He's never beaten. Ohio state all the things he was hired to do. He hasn't done any of what happens. They offer a lifetime contract the scheme of things this really means nothing to Jim. Harbaugh Yates yes but now people are starting to pay attention. I mean you got newspaper. Student investigations is to every single thing he he does whether or not he's worth the dollars that he gets look. The guy's never be no higher state every game this season matters in terms of whether or not people in Michigan are going to say. Did you hijack our program. Even has a Michigan Man. He could beat. Ohio state still possibly get fired. It'd be weird brank sold on he brought in Josh Gaddis Offensive Coordinator from Alabama offensively. They've struggled them really when you look at Jim Harbaugh at Stanford the forty niners as well. They were good offensive team but they're gonNA struggle this year. November thirty th Ohio state plus they still have Notre Dame and Penn state. This could be three law season for Michigan. No pls times..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on Get Up!

"Eastern on e._s._p._n. S i get up and we are now beginning year. Five of jim harbaugh's tenure at michigan expectations of never been higher harbaugh. Teams have not yet dayton ohio state. They've not yet won a big ten championship or even made a trip to india for the title game but laura rutledge explains what happened in columbus last year should <music> gave wolverines fans hope. I'm honored to have represented my home state university past seven seasons. This is very very surprising. Talking to the landscape of college football december fourth twenty eighteen the day urban meyer retired while ohio state begin. The process of moving moving on something else was happening. The pressure on jim harbaugh began to intensify pressure to win the big ten pressure to get to the playoff and pressure to to beat ohio state. He's touchdown michigan michigan urban meyer out of the way the time is now for harbaugh and his roster looks capable quarterback shape patterson returns. We'll be tutored heard by new offensive coordinator. Josh gaddis who promises a no huddle speed in space scheme parvo admitted he needed an offensive makeover and thinks gaddis playcalling architects to pull it off. Why would you are by not fee on the hot seat. It is imperative that he beats ohio state. There's nobody in that conference. That is bigger you jim hogwash. Michigan's margin for error is slim with one of college football's toughest schedules if the wolverines get tripped up by armies triple option or but notre dame in late october. They'll have to run the table in the big ten to be factor. We are in the midst of watching a michigan implosion. You can't can't continually lose to expect to have a job and if they stumble once again against the buckeyes hugh jim harbaugh detractors and frustrated fans but let's say they beat ohio state and win the big ten or beyond her boss. One nine record against top ten opponents will be forgotten in the rear view mirror. It was staring over at my ohio state buckeye friend. Mr carpenter is that was going and i saw the little smile on your face so we'll give you first word word here unfair though that may seem does it feel like if not now then win for jim. Harbaugh does feel that way you look at last season. They were coming in favored in ohio stadium and then you watch the outcome of that game and so jim harbaugh you begin to look at him against his rivals. You notre dame michigan state ohio state. It's two and seven minus thirteen turnover varsha. That's not great. You'll get one possession games. They're five and eight. He'll now all of a sudden they bring in. Josh gaddis really really good but i think he's gonna do some great. Things really helped shape patterson. My question is for jim harbaugh. The guy that kind of has his personality his temperament will he be able to take a step back when things get tight and allow us to continue to call the poison run the offense because i know coaches like him that always wanna keep diving back in there and do their way even even though they might not have had as much success recently with it bobby. It's very simple because you made a ton of great points. They've got a new offensive coordinator. Josh gad so jim harbaugh showing. I need to do something something. Their toughest teams come to their place. They come to the big house michigan state big house notre dame big house ohio state big house they have talent and have experience -perience on their roster. What else do you need harbaugh. What else do you need to actually get it done now. We'll say this because i told them last year as you know..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Plays and as far as we know Harbaugh who obviously is an offensive guy a former quarterback tells him he's giving him the keys to the car here and just giving him control of the offense. How convinced are you first of all that harbaugh will be capable of sustaining that of not meddling with it because as you've mentioned his style you know what he's typically done is very different from what Josh Gats wants to do? Yeah and I think that's the big question remains. I think everything's fine and Dandy right now because it's it's July I think if you ask a lot of fans around the big ten Michigan's one every July since Jim harbaugh right and and that's great for them <hes> you know whether it's going to Europe and you know soundbites big ten media days but the reality is <hes> they looked good in their spring game. <hes> by all accounts both from players and the coaches is that this is Josh offense right now. That's the whole reason that you mentioned <hes> what happened in Alabama. That's the reason why he's in Ann Arbor. Josh Gaddis <hes> with Loxley leaving Tuscaloosa and heading up the Maryland. <hes> Gaddis wanted the play calling job and Nick Saban wasn't ready to give it to them and that opened the door then for about a two to bring him up. I I think the real question everyone has what happens in on October twenty sixth when it's a tight game against Notre Dame and. And you know maybe Michigan's down by a touchdown. They putted three guards in a row. Does this remain Josh Gazza's offense and I don't think there's any way that anyone could possibly know including those guys themselves. What's going to happen when we get to that point? This is Paul Finebaum show. I'm Brad. Edwards joined by Kyle Jones from eleven.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Okay, now it gets it's gonna get interesting. The big the big ten Jim Harbaugh in kirks parents, Kim Harbaugh either gonna lead this program to glory, or he's going to have to formulate some sort of exit plan. I you just did the Michigan state of the program and a big data speech and I got the sense that you are very bullish on the wolverines. I think they have a window now to, to make a run at it. You know, like the Josh Gaddis story was an interesting one to work on because I know him but I didn't really I'd never really drilled down to talk to a lot of people who worked with him and know him and his reputation is, is something inside a football where that story was up for about a hadn't been up on our site for an hour, and I heard from three different football coaches to who'd worked on Hawaiian spoke to an third who I didn't know even knew him knew new from like the clinic circuit and talked about their relationship and everybody raves about him. You know after the story went. One of the guys that I interview I tried interview for the story, he was away and got back to me, and we added into the story, a couple of hours after been up was dean hood, whose, like one urban Meyer's childhood best friends, who is now the linebacker coach, Kentucky was a longtime defense air, Wake Forest, and he said, in thirty five years in coaching, Josh Gaddis is the smartest football player I've ever been around and it's not even close. And you start hearing some of these kinds of stories and people like, well he's never called plays. He was receivers coach. And they talk to Joe Moorhead and this is in the story where he's talking about he called the game winning play. When we be when we beat Iowa was just -ment. He saw he made it. And then I was able to find on YouTube, fortunately, you know, the or the SPN camera crew, actually was in the huddle, and you kind of see Josh Gad motioning to Joe more Ed, what this adjustment. They wanna call. They have a really good offensive line. I think they'll be still, you know, I think they should still have enough. Personnel now, we'll see adjustments Don Brown because at the end of last year, they were not playing great. They did in the first ten games in non Las too. But I do think at some point in the next two years. Jim Harbaugh is going to get them in the playoff. I. I. Moya singlehandedly. Call the surgeon season ticket sales. Although maybe Michigan has a wait list and all that. But you are you're giving the fans a whole lot of reason for hope after what was a pretty dismal end to last season. My money would be on both. Those guys are offer and still being their parents got like the ultimate setup there as we know he gets a new guaranteed year every time he went seven games. He's got no reason step down. And you know, that's a short window, I think Harbaugh will have enough success to stay will be will he still be getting the overrated talk possibly. But I think he'll still be there one quick thing, though, related here, Gat story there. You had a little nugget in there that caught my eye, and I thought, oh, this could become interesting, the season if for if Steve Sarkisian doesn't have a great year as OC feels like to regressing or something like that. And if Josh Gav is, is kicking body, Michigan? You had a nugget in there that. That saving basically told them, you know. Yeah, I'm not gonna make you the I wanna first time play car. I'm not gonna make you a play callers. And so he went to Michigan that could be interesting. Yeah. I don't know. You know, Josh retail, you know, told me that story what I don't know is did Nick save and take it as because obviously, he just had Tosh LuPone on defenses of first time -fensive play caller, now, there was a lot of involvement from Pete Golding who had been a defensive play caller UTSA in some other places.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"And that was Sharon more tight ends coach university football. He's right. I think he's right. If it's going to be betterment for the football players and help the team. I think it's gonna help the offense. I'm sorry. If you hear the TV in the background. I think it's going to be beneficial the uptempo we've heard Ed Warner say that this is going to help the offense of lineman. We've heard we've heard gosh gas talk about the wide receivers. We we've heard a quarterbacks how has bid for the quarterbacks, and it's pretty much the offense that. That sh- shape. Patterson head run down in a omiss. And you know, he he's it's just terminology that he's starting to get now. So it's helping out. So it the uptempo the, and I know I picked at the sides and everything like that. But it keeps it's going to keep that off its movie put also it makes us more multidimensional. We we could get we can give more more looks. If it is kind of what they're talking about with, you know, a what they call a pro spread where it's got the spread. But still some of those more pro style concepts. You know, compared to what we were doing lesser just gives teams look that we weren't we weren't able to do last year. Hopefully in situations words, third and one or you know, short yard situation, we can still lineup smack into mouth get those those tough yards. Like we wanted to be able to do last year. But you know, when when we needed to maybe we could put a two minute drill together. But there weren't very many times where you could just look at the team and say, all right. You gotta get the ball and score within a minute or get the ball move faster up pace uptempo that just wasn't that wasn't us that wasn't part of our identity. So it just gives us something new where if we can still hold onto some of those old principles, which of course, we all want some of those old school tough Michigan midwest football principles, but we gotta get with the times. Yeah. Yeah. And these this is something that, you know. Well, they did it Alabama last year. But we've seen it a lot of places for a while that's gonna help the defense. It's not going to be where we love her around try to eat up clock. And try to you know, put so much pressure on the defense. Now defense you do your job. We'll do our job. We'll score defense. You do your job. We'll do our job. It's sharing the load. It's it's out actually going out there, and it's taking the defense and make it off. It's insane. What we're gonna try to score every time and we scores fast. And sometimes we're gonna score really fast. Sometimes we're gonna we're gonna it's gonna take us a little time. But we're going to do it. Well, the the disadvantages your defense is on the field more. So they're playing more in. Hey, if you go quick three and out there on the field more they'll be playing so that potential to be tired throughout the. Game or be fatigued throughout the game. But if you're scoring every time every other time when you're out there, there isn't the pressure on the defense that we need you to win the game. There's more pressure because you you might be called the play upon more. We're not going to control the time of possession. Like we did before. But there's not the pressure on you where it's only to score game where you have to get the stop to to win the game. Hopefully with having a few more points on the board. There isn't that pressure on you? Well, look, I'm excited about this offense got a chance to see it looks good. You know, we've got to get some players back to see how it looks with those players. But I mean, really it looks good on anybody. Probably could make you look good. Probably. Maybe we'll see. Well, this, you know, last time we went to this this style. And there were a number of things wrong with the team or you know, you can say what you want about the team at the time. But last time we went to the spread it was affected in certain games or certain aspects. But we didn't have kind of the defense to compliment it. But with Don Brown here now in the way that the defense has shaped up you think that we can have both sides of the ball with this one. I think this time around. Yeah. I think so I think. I'm not gonna compare this office to that past of let that they'll speak for it self when the season comes. I think you do have players in place that what they need. I think this is this is much more thought out. I think when you did that transfer over you it just wasn't. We didn't have the players for him. The last time around we did that we didn't have the players the type of players he was looking for and he had to make a transition. That that being said, I think Josh Gaddis has experienced it in a number of places not just at Alabama. He got a chance to do in different places, and has coached it first time calling place. But that's okay. He gets it. And sounds like all the other coaches have had that have come from other places have had an opportunity to be with this type of offense understand it. And it sounds like a lot of the kids that have been brought in are used to this type of offense to that being said, I think it's a gentler kinder way of entering into this offense. And hey it works at the top the top levels. I've seen it. I've seen it. Alabama Nobis my same that we're at that level, but it's working there. So with that being said that's gonna do for the day. Keep in mind, we we follow the tiger game again tomorrow. So we may be on later for clock round that area. We'll see if the Tigers get just get tied up to that would win the series listening. The W AM ten.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, better jobs. I mean, everyone gets that. But but in the end without knowing the final disposition, but pretty close as you said, I mean, what's the what's the analysis of what really went down here with Nick Sabin, and the staff did he want most of these people out or did some to say, you know, what I've had enough. I think it's a mix. I think there were a few guys that he did not mind helping find a new home elsewhere. And I think there were probably a couple of guys he really wanted to keep they had opportunities. Josh Gaddis among those promotion when you can't really blame guy from from leaving to go be a offense coordinator at a story power five program like Michigan. So, but he was likely out the door anyway, going to Maryland, and that was pretty much a a handshake deal for him. Although got him at the last moment, but I'd say the majority of them were probably he did not didn't mind helping them find an opportunity elsewhere. So when you go back a year, and this has been hashed out. But I haven't had chance to really get your take on it. You know, the the conventional wisdom is he went to the recruiting staff the younger staff, it didn't translate as well. You had a front row seat? What what did you see from year to year on on this coaching staff and? Do they deserve the blame that at least fans are giving them. No. I mean, Nick savings to the cats that ship any responsibility, he bears, and I think he'd be the first to tell you that. But certainly the the full philosophical change of of quote unquote, getting younger to to battle, maybe perceive recruiting slip. It's and there was I slept recruited with. But it's not like they fell off the cliff. They were still a top ten Clack thousand eighteen I paid off because they've got the number one class in the country by no matter what service you pick. So from that end it did pay off. But I do think there was a you paid a little bit of a price with the consequence that came along with that and mainly that was on your defensive side of the ball. It just you know, depending on who you talk to toss the poi- was a world class recruiter. But in terms of coordinating that defense for the first time he made been a little over his head, and and Nick saving really tried to mitigate that risk by bringing Pete go. Holding another young guy who basically, you know, it's the in along took took over play call responsibilities that defense. So it didn't exactly pay off. And that's why I think you've seen Nick Sabin, especially on the defensive side of the ball on a couple of hires. He's made he goes back and gets a south and Siri like he's really familiar with south. Sincerely knows exactly what's going to be expect them in Alabama Nick savings worked with him before. Then you get a guy like Charles Kelley another veteran that that understands the way that you want. So I think Nick saving saw particularly on defense and also much of this was masks because how often they were. And that's why at the end of that when they got dressed the national championship was such a shock because he often could not took an Canova longer covered up. And then they were exposed for everyone to see talking Aaron Suttles about the Sabin coaching staff. Yeah. He he's been fairly quiet lately. I don't know if if it's normal. This is the normal behavior of Nick Sabin. But do you have we heard much or any really anything very significant from him since since Santa Clara or your assessment of Nick Sabin and the public since then. Yeah, he he could a an interview with the local CBS affiliate here in Birmingham. And he's got a couple of interesting things for you know, he was asked obviously about such massive coaching turnover for the second straight season..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Show podcast. Welcome back as we run out. We move on this Tuesday afternoon. Glad you're here and Alan is in Greenville, South Carolina. Hello Alain, Paul. How are you doing? We're doing great. Thank you. Good. Good. Hey, just a quick question. Let me preface this by saying, I'm a soldier miss grad. So I don't have a dog in the hunt. But. Just curious or you, the literally the talk radio and TV largest troll, or or do you really believe what you're saying because a week ago saving got out coached and now today Clemson played one game schedule. So I don't think the two are are necessarily related saving dig it out coach badly in Frank was humiliated. But I'm just simply my comment about clumps and had nothing to do with the national championship game. It was just simply making a point that to get back to the championship next year. They will have a much easier time than most schools. I I just much how they I know. I mean, I don't know how you morally. I feel like I feel like nobody's giving Clemson credit for this. Well, if you even though the hang on one second. Let's listen, let's try to keep this. Authentic here. I mean, I would like someone in the last eight days to tell me when I have not a few sedately praised debo Sweeney, his staff and Clemson, I don't know what else I can possibly say. I mean talking about next year and their schedule. And I also I don't know if you heard I said, they would had they been in the SEC they would have still made it to the college football playoff. I don't know. What else I can possibly say? I guess I I guess to your point that they want to hear. Well, I understand that. But if you look at at saving after the game, and and more to the point to saying that nothing confused him. They didn't do anything that that really, you know, they're really upset them. I just think that's not authentic. Well, I tell you what I heard the version from the other side, the Clemson side, and they they were pretty confident going in and Nick Sabin may not have been confused and to not have been confused, but they certainly look infused. Good point. You're exactly right. Thanks for taking my call. You know? I mean would count you say after the game I take with a grain of salt. I mean, do do you want Nick Sabin to go in there and say I screwed up last year when I went all in on recruiting. And I didn't my staff really isn't very good. They they got their got their pants pulled down on him by Clemson because there's more continuity. No, you're not gonna hear Nick Sabin make that Nick saving when you're in your head coach, and you go in after that, you can take it any way you want. But most of the time you're thinking about not making too much out of it. I've never heard saving get too high or too low after a game. And you know, he's he said we had a good plan. I mean, look what's happened since then look what look what we learned today from this isn't just a speculation. Look what Josh Gaddis said on that podcast that he told Nick Sabin. He was leaving two days. Later after the game and saving chewed him out for twenty minutes. Now who would do that? I mean, if somebody walks in and tells me, they're leaving the show..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on College Football Live

"He's a grinder. Her. He has that reputation, and you can see it would absolutely wear on a coach, you know, going in though, he's always been that way. You know, when you go to Tuscaloosa what to expect, and you know, what you're gonna do you're going to win and win at a high level and more than likely you're going to get a better job, and you get paid more money. Do you have to buy your time and deal with Nick, and he's tough? Absolutely. But I can promise you there is coaches lined up right now that would love to be down there and Tuscaloosa work at those players and now that opportunity to be around Nick Sabin. Does Abe listen, nobody likes law school or medical school? But when they come out there a whole lot smarter. And they traditionally make a whole lot of money as well to other guy that's going to be making money. Josh gaddis. He goes from Alabama to Michigan. So helping the move is that does see when you look at that Alabama Colo's OC goddess roll into the wolverines offense coordinator used to be teammates with them, right? Former teammate amounts Kogyo bears. Josh Gad has had a Cup of coffee. There was a safety great guy. And he's done a phenomenal job. The one thing that he's going to do it Michigan. He's going to recruit because that's one of the biggest things that he does when you go back to when he was at Penn State five star wide receivers did a great job and Tuscaloosa for Alabama. So he's going to recruit and recruit an extremely high level. He's also going to do something to Michigan hasn't had a wild help. Get them a passing game come on shape. Patterson's got weapons at wide receiver. They're not utilizing them. They need to create space. They need big plays. They were seventy nine to college football and yards per game passing last year. That's gotta come way. When you look at the talented. They have Josh Gaddis. He's gonna get this off. It's much more well rounded and that passing game is actually going to be something that defense are going to fear as opposed something they'd overlook especially at the wide receiver position. I mean, if I'm Donovan people's Jones, I am salivating looking at the work that Gaddis has done receivers going all the way back to Jordan Mathews at Vanderbilt you look at Godwin at Penn State and this last year pick your make your. Pick to be Alabama receiving core that was dynamic all year long. He's developed that position as well. As anyone in college football in the last five to six years. And so if I'm that receiving core, I'm chomping at the bit to get to work this off season. Yeah. He did it at western Michigan vandy Penn State Alabama Michigan last year twenty five pass attempts a game over the last two years. Penn State in Alabama. They threw it at least thirty three pass temp. So you should see a little bit more production a lot of production out of the Clemson Tigers when he to the last in national titles. So who's the next Clemson the one to join the one percenters, we got an idea. Golick actually agree with that. It's kind of scary. We agree that this going to be a great game. Louisville North Carolina part of the ACC doubleheader Saturdays, showcase starting Saturday at noon, right here on ESPN if you're out and about you can always catch trimming live on the ESPN app and then Duke Zairean Williamson going against Florida state, Saturday two pm over on ESPN..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I really do believe this that Georgia had beaten, Alabama, the committee would have been stuck, and they would have had to SEC teams in and there would have been three conferences left out. And I believe we would have had more of an Armageddon for that meeting that was taking place out in the bay area because that didn't happen. It was the opportunity to get those quotes out there for those that are beginning to get a little disgruntled with the process they were able to get it in. But at the same time Oklahoma did get in. So therefore that limits the necessary argument, perhaps from one of those conferences in other words, when we have three power five conferences left out, Paul. I think that's when the knee jerk reaction will be similar to let. Aw. After the two thousand eleven BCS championship rematch between you and this one too. But I I think you would agree with me that had Georgia beaten, Alabama and very close game is that both of those teams would have been in dowry conferences would have been left out. And now you've got a real problem. And I think the seeds probably were sewn for real quick movement had that occurred. The fact that it didn't I think we we hit the pause button for a while. But if that happens again, if we're in that situation again next year and three get left out. Then I'm telling you, it won't take forty eight to seventy two hours for them to say, you know, what we've looked at this. And we're going to expand. It doesn't take a lot of heavy lifting. It'll take a year or two after they make the commitment. But I do think it will happen before two thousand twenty five I think it's in the best interest of the television rights holder for it to happen before two thousand twenty five and God only knows. No one that you're working toward needs my health. But I believe that it will happen before. I really do. Let me pause here for saying. I wanna finish this conversation. It's to important and your voices two necessary to hear don't go anywhere, Tim. We'll come back for a couple more minutes. And we'll we'll continue that conversation about where the college football playoff is going back with more. You're listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. And we're back in we've been following a number of stories out of Tuscaloosa in terms of personnel and one has just gone official. Paul Gaddis who came to Alabama last year from Penn State one of Josh Gaddis, really bright assistant coach is gone. He's heading to Michigan. Josh Gaddis is the new offense coordinator at the university of Michigan leaving Alabama, and they'll be more. And there have been more already announced. Let's get back to Tim Brando, as we share the Josh Gaddis news with you, Tim. Let's let's finish the thought on the expansion because. I think you've laid it out pretty well, the resistance, the cartel, whatever you wanna call it. Yeah. Consortium now, I don't wanna consortium, but you can't ignore that the biggest night in in the college. The college football season is seen by less people than a wildcard game in the NFL. Yeah. And that's the issue here. And I'm asked often about well. How would this change things will change things because there would be a narrative of college football? It's ongoing through the month of December without a stoppage. We have that stoppage where we're getting really games of less consequence. Far less consequence for a couple of weeks and the NFL takes over on Saturdays. And college football is is shoved aside for a while that that narrative is is gone..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I really do believe this that Georgia had beaten, Alabama, the committee would have been stuck, and they would have had to SEC teams in and there would have been three conferences left out. And I believe we would have had more of an Armageddon for that meeting that was taking place out in the bay area because that didn't happen. It was the opportunity to get those quotes out there for those that are beginning to get a little disgruntled with the process they were able to get it in. But at the same time Oklahoma did get in. So therefore that limits the necessary argument, perhaps from one of those conferences in other words, when we have three power five conferences left out, Paul. I think that's when the knee jerk reaction will be similar to. Let's. After the two thousand eleven BCS championship rematch between you Vana this one this too. But I I think you would agree with me that had Georgia beaten, Alabama and very close game is that both of those teams would have been in dowry conferences would have been left out. And now you've got a real problem. And I think the seeds probably were sewn for real quick movement had that occurred. The fact that it didn't I think we we hit the pause button for a while. But if that happens again, if we're in that situation again next year and three get left out. Then I'm telling you, it won't take forty eight to seventy two hours for them to say, you know, what we've looked at this. And we're going to expand. It doesn't take a lot of heavy lifting. It'll take a year or two after they make the commitment. But I do think it will happen before two thousand twenty five I think it's in the best interest of the television rights holder for it to happen before two thousand twenty five and God only knows. No one that you're working for needs my health. But I believe that it will happen before. I really do. Let me pause here for saying I want to finish this conversation. It's to important and your voices two necessary to hear don't go anywhere, Tim. We'll come back for a couple more minutes. And we'll we'll continue that conversation about where the college football playoff is going back with more. You're listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. And we're back in we've been following a number of stories out of Tuscaloosa in terms of personnel and one has just gone official. Paul Gaddis who came to Alabama last year from Penn State one of Josh Gaddis, really bright assistant coach is gone. He's heading to Michigan. Josh Gaddis is the new offense coordinator at the university of Michigan leaving Alabama, and they'll be more. And there have been more already announced. Let's get back to Tim Brando, as we share the Josh Gaddis news with Tim. Let's let's finish the thought on the expansion because. I think you've laid it out pretty well, the resistance, the cartel, whatever you wanna call it. Yeah. Consortium now, I don't wanna consortium, but you can't ignore that the biggest night in the car of the college football season is seen by less people than a wildcard game in the NFL. Yeah. And that's the issue here. And I'm asked often about well. How would this change things will change things because there would be a narrative of college football? It's ongoing through the month of December without a stoppage. We have that stoppage where we're getting really games of less consequence. Far less consequence for a couple of weeks in the NFL takes over on Saturdays. And college football is shoved aside for while that that narrative is is gone..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"He left to take the Maryland job. You might remember that Dan Enos name. He did coach central Michigan for five years after rocky start ended up being about a five hundred coach between twenty twelve and. Fourteen ill will now John out. Dan, Le fever, Daniel fever idol. It will now be his show down there with two and all of the offensive weaponry that Nick Sabin returns in twenty nineteen and he's bringing along. Nobody. No, I was gonna say 'cause we mentioned Mike Loxley leaving Alabama. He is bringing along Butch Jones to Maryland. But Jones was an analyst for Alabama this year on offense and will be taking over tight ends at believe will be an associate head coach for the turps. And that's in terms of big deal stuff. Like, Josh Gaddis is actually an interesting name you mentioned that with app state, certainly the Penn State receivers took a step back this year without him in state college doesn't think a really good job for Alabama's the Colo. See this year. We'll see what happens with with his position moving forward. All right. And then the only other thing that I wanted to bring up here. I'm looking at an article from dear friend, Nicole our back Bs headlined with quote, we don't need to wait. Another six years. Colon college football leaders ready to discuss eighteen playoff, Dan. I saw that. You tweeted this out while I was away as you might imagine it conjured up a lot of emotion in the Twitter sphere. I'm sure all around college football. Can you give us the gist of this article, the gist is that some people who had previously been associated with the playoff committee like Barry Alvarez, for instance, have spoken to each other at length about the possibility of an eighteen playoff. This is nothing that is at least publicly on the table with current committee members. But there are some former people on this committee that have come around as soon as it doesn't matter. What they say, right, right? They've come around the way it works. Right. Right. It's you know, it's that congressman who is, you know, super against pot then gets out of the business. This is John bainer is to actually be a real congressman. Yes, that is correct. I think it was John bainer who was like against pot. Then all of the sudden is like, oh, I run a pot far. L I'm buying stock. Yeah. Anyway, this is getting a little bit far field. This is all to say, it would have been cool to have this discussion happened while you in power. This is them, sir. Surmising that they shouldn't have to wait another six years for the contract to be up to renegotiate how many teams and redo to the competitive nature of the playoff going from four to eight or four to six eight whatever. And UCF and how they were treated in the way that they believe the SEC. This is them saying not not tire myself at SEC has given preferential treatment and given the benefit of the doubt a little bit too often with hell LSU didn't move down at all at how Washington state, and you know, Penn State and all these teams really didn't have the ability to move up and that perhaps the SEC has too strong a stranglehold because of what they perceive to be an inflated reputation. Okay. Now, Georgia being in the consideration. Number five ahead of state who won with only one loss their conference and last year with to SEC teams getting in and I can understand the frustration from people affiliated with conferences that haven't made it in. I do and it's it's to me the eternal question of is this the TV show is this trying to be an actual competitive thing. Thing are we trying to get all the conferences represented because they all in some form pay into this system. What what are we what are we trying to do here? Although Taylor twelve and I need to play the skin. We have. Oh my God. Sorry. This was inevitable is this conversation. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe that breaking news..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"That's comeback dot, robinhood dot com. All right. So let's get to our picks guys, though. High state Penn State is the biggest game. It's in Happy Valley and Ohio states. One of the most talented teams in the country. I mean, you put Alabama and then probably Ohio State next as far as talent on the roster. This game to me is the team who wins is going to the college football, playoff, barring something crazy in the big ten. What do you guys think about this matchup Ohio State. I mean, I think my bad I think on over here on in and out of announcement said at the American Airlines counter ongoing state, they are going to be my pick to win the whole thing. I'm writing in the hallway now. I've seen in a football. They're talented deep it every position on both sides of the ball Bosa goes down, doesn't matter. Next man up on the d line. Penn State struggled a little bit at times this year. I think they're missing Moorhead their old offense coordinator that went down to Mississippi State and doing a good job down there. And you know, I, I know another coach. Involved in their offense a lot last year, a Josh Gaddis left in Alabama. So they're down if you offense of coaches. So I think they're trying to kind of catch a rhythm there on the offensive side of the ball. And I just think this Ohio State team is dominant. They're going to go into Penn State and I think handled them pretty easily on offense. They've got things rolling. This young quarterback is is the deal, and he got four or five odd receivers have some heat, you know, three often sublime in there just dominant and a good good running game as usual. So I think how state wins this one by double digits, no problems flying spray by the way. And I forgot to mention this because again, I'm I'm just not good at math, but it's I think, Penn State at this point right now in the middle of the week, Penn State is plus three. So you're gonna take Ohio State at minus three Ohio State all day long. I think they win. They're seeing by a couple of touchdowns. No problem. I think like sorely is the obviously the most interesting person on the field. I just look at Ohio State though, and I think they have a lot of. Beast in the trenches. And I think they have a lot of speed and a quarterback who's playing well enough to make house. They team really run. I think these games are always big time. Rivalry games are always big time implications for this conference, and they seem to always be a little closer than than maybe they're supposed to be or look on paper. So I think Penn State's gonna come in here and play. Well, I just think I think Ohio state's gonna gonna be too good to to win this game. I still can't shake Penn State's performance a couple of weeks ago against Appalachian state..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Of course, they'll play. There's a lot of questions on offense. I think at the end of the year. You could have either. Jim Harbaugh potentially gone or Jim Harbaugh as a national coach of the year, neither would shock me that much. That's what makes them so interesting. So I'm with you on that. Michigan is absolutely interesting. Eight, eight, say ESPN. Let's dive into this couple of calls is in Illinois right now joining us shell Pennzoil performance line. Who's the most interesting team this season to you and morning fellows appreciate techinicall as a as an Irish fan. Obviously, I'm gonna believe that color in that interesting team this year, but I'm looking down south this state that hosts the iron bowl has got to very interesting teams in my opinion, Auburn got a big Armstrong, smart quarterback coming back, but the university of Alabama is really got me intrigued with two coming on the way he did last year and pushing Jalen hurts to be maybe more of a productive quarterback this year. I think Nick saban's got some decisions to make on a loaded tied roster and he, you know, the SEC west is always a tight race as it is. Looking across the state at a team that's going to be pretty formidable issue. I think I think you're right Adamo say this about Alabama. I don't find them overly interesting because I feel like we always know them now. Yeah, you know, there's I realized the quarterback is Jalen or two of probably two, I realized that's a storyline, but they're going to win a ton of games and be in position for a playoff spot regardless of who it is. So there's not a lot of mystery. They're the mystery to me though. I'm glad Josh brought him up is the coaching staff and the turnover on that staff. Nick Sabin has never had an offseason quite like this. You're having to replace both coordinators who went on to other jobs. We just talked about Dave all in the in the Buffalo Bills, and you'll bring in some new blood on that staff. Pete Golding from UTSA, Josh Gaddis from Penn State Tosh Loupe who we know from routing point finally gets his opportunity to be a coordinator and there's only three returning starters on defense. So yeah, it could. Just be the normal, Alabama, and we certainly expect that, but, but I'm fascinated to see much like with Michigan's offensive staff how Alabama's total staff comes together. I've had some coaches say to me, got it, must be hard for Nick to not have very many people on his staff that have been there for six, seven, eight years at no, the way they do it. So I think that's gonna be fascinating. There could be some interesting sideline interactions this year. There is high level staff turnover every year at Alabama, and they what they do Kevin's in Georgia. Who's the most interesting team to you? Kevin. I'm looking at the Pac, twelve and UCLA. You know, chip Kelly built a great program at Oregon had good success with the eagles the obvious cure. See how well his players respond to his system and how quickly they become a part of the playoff conversation. I think the challenge is UCLA and I'm saying, tell me if you agree with this is that they're not overly talented right now. They're always going to have a hard time out recruiting, US see, for instance, with the California kids, although there's so many of them Stanford is humming right now, Washington depends heavily on on California kids, Oregon relies heavily on California kids at. I think it's just going to take two or three years for chip to get enough talent into Westwood to legitimately compete in the Pac. Twelve. Yeah, I agree. I nearly picked him. They couldn't block anybody last year. They couldn't run the ball. So to me, it's the development of the line of scrimmage, and then everything else will come together. You know, chip is going to have the skill and the speed eventually, but it's going to take a year or two watch for Utah. Also, they get a lot of Greytown out of California, Kevin, someone going into Arizona doesn't make it any easier either. So just some things to keep an eye on as it pertains to that. Thanks for the call and his straight calls. I should say..

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Agreed so in the wake of losing because of quarterback play on the biggest possible stage i think by now in the middle of june plenty of people either with alabama allegiances or otherwise will have would have talked themselves into two that jalen hurts good for games one through auburn her one until offer to that one until auburn and then there's just you know like he's just like a seven inning starter and just doesn't have the stuff to close out a game in that's list jalen hurts had a remarkable irma god yong barrier he's been incredible right and maybe it's a confidence issue maybe it's been injury stuff maybe it's you know been the fact that and this is something to is going to be facing as well to a was recruited by lane kiffin to whatever extent and then he had this past season was brian abel who has moved on i think he's in buffalo is that right buffalo and now it'll be it's mike loxley who ascends from you know he started there as a an analyst offensive analysts now they've coffin coordinator i think it was the penn state wide receivers coach gaddis josh gaddis yup and then a danny knows comes over and he takes over as quarterbacks coach in like associate head coach whatever so i'm just saying there are a lot of lot of voices into his head this is also to say returns four out of five offense of line well that's ridiculous backfield and has jerry judy devante smith whatever but i think what what is the the crux of what makes you doubt to a right now.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Got to italy yeah this one just kinda snuck up on me like oh that's right he did say there are going to go to france didn't he and i think that's a sign of you know how much interest people lost in that program for last year to this year round five season but you're you're right about that i mean french you're nothing were awkward in french humor bright exact trying to figure out and i've been there many times during figure out what they're going to find funny they probably think he's hilarious exactly that's my point all right let's talk about the sec because another big offseason story has obviously been the coaching turnover you had jimbo fisher jeremy pruitt joe moorhead dan mullen chad morris matt luke you've also got some assistant hires topflight assistant hires and mike elko at an and john chavis at arkansas josh gaddis stolen away from my alma mater penn state now coaching wide receivers at bama what is your sense for how the conference shakes out this year and i asked that not because i don't already assume that alabama is going to be the top dog but whenever you've got a situation like this in a premier conference with so many new coaches that always tends to be ripe for a bunch of surprises do you think we see a surprise out of any of those programs yeah i think you almost have to because you know look at the draft this past weekend once again the sec had the most players taken and that's despite the fact that if you were recap yes e c last season it was three teams it was alabama georgia and offer those were really good teams the first two more so than auburn though auburn beat both of them but they didn't produce all those nfl players florida's still guys taken lsu still guys can so we know there's the know that you know the talents there and some schools needed a new coach so you know i put in my post bring top twenty five i just took a flyer florida why not.

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"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"josh gaddis" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Shipping you'll get the six blade executive razor plus trial sizes of shave butter body cleanser and one whites charlie's than keep the blaze coming for a few bucks a month get yours at dollarshaveclub dot com slash audible that's dollarshaveclub dot com slash audible i wanted to bring up one other story you know not that we couldn't say talk about spring games all david there was a really interesting story on aol dot com on monday morning you remember when nick sabin was looking for a new offense coordinator and there were ports that he might be interested in hugh freeze and a lot of people like no no way no way could he do that bring who freeze back on so soon after his downfall at ole miss while it turns out he was absolutely ready to bring him on and greg sankey the sec commissioner nixed what do you think about that well i think he's interested in bringing them on the staff i don't know necessarily i'm not sure it was in that role while the report was that he would have been in the role that josh gaddis ended up getting a colo see receiver i don't think let's say this i think mike loxley out of the chance to the oc at another big school i don't think he was not taking it for the opportunity to stay as physician coach so from that side i know where that was i can say this i read that story this morning monday morning and i think a lot of it was spot on i know of another offense coordinator job not in the sec that freeze could have gotten but there was resistance above the coaching staff to making that move happen so you know is this a hey you can't do that this year maybe next year you know when when the dust is settled will see i mean freezes i think is a really good football coach i know brings a lot of baggage with him because of the way he was fired and also because of the ncaa issues there but his team and he was the one of the driving forces behind the offense you know lit up the alabama defense worn than once and they lit up without johnny manziel by the way yeah they had some good receivers but it wasn't like you know this johnny man's mike evans this was.

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