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    Default 2019 Offensive Coordinator Hot Board

    Who we got???

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    Matt Simon

    2017-present: Minnesota - Wide Receivers
    2014-17: Western Michigan - Wide Receivers
    2013: Rutgers - Wide Receivers
    2012: Rutgers - Player Development
    2011: University of St. Thomas (Minn.) - Tight Ends
    2010: Northern Illinois - Offensive Quality Control

    Simon took Western Michigan receivers to new heights. In 2016, Western Michigan passed for 3,533 yards and 33 touchdowns. The man responsible for the majority of those yards, receptions and touchdowns was Simon-coached NCAA Consensus All-American Corey Davis. Davis, who was the first Consensus All-American in Western Michigan history, caught 91 passes for 1,427 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2016. He ended his career with 5,212 yards in four seasons, which made him the Football Bowl Subdivision all-time career receiving record holder.

    In 2015, Simon coached the most prolific receiver duo in the country since 2002. The duo of Daniel Braverman and Davis were the first receiving duo since 2002 to catch more than 1,400 and 1,300 yards in the same year (Davis recorded 1,436 yards, while Braverman had 1,371).
    Last edited by WinLoseOrTy; 01-07-2019 at 03:45 PM.

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    Clay Patterson

    Coaching Experience
    2018-present: Minnesota - Tight Ends
    2016-17: Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College – Head Coach
    2013-15: Trinity Valley Community College – Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
    2007-13: Texas A&M University-Kingsville – Offensive Coordinator / Assistant Head Coach
    2006: Tarleton State University - Wide Receivers
    2003-05: Southeastern Oklahoma State University - Wide Receivers

    Prior to his time at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Patterson spent three seasons at Trinity Valley Community College, as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. During his time at Trinity Valley, he helped lead the team to five SWJCFC championships (three conference and two conference playoff) and to two Heart of Texas Bowl championships. His offense broke the all-time yards per game record at any level of football with 656.1 yards per game during the 2015 season.

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    Did the Maine coach call his own offense?

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    Does he even coach offense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some guy View Post
    Did the Maine coach call his own offense?
    Defensive guy, so very doubtful.


    Coaching Experience
    2018-present: Minnesota
    2016-18: Maine – Head Coach
    2014-15: Maine – Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers
    2012-13: Maine – Defensive Backs
    2011: Maine – Defensive Assistant / Defensive Backs
    2009-10: Springfield College – Graduate Assistant - Wide Receivers / Quarterbacks
    2008: Maine Maritime Academy – Assistant Coach

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    Not an elite suggestion

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    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Sunny California


    I'm available, but I like to throw it deep on almost every play...

    You know where to find me PJ, if you need to...
    "My life has become a single, ongoing revelation that I haven't been cynical enough." - Chrisjen Avasarala

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    Unless PJ knew this was coming and has a list of OCs he'd like to replace Kirk, I think Clay Patterson gets the nod since he has experience. However, Matt simon has been with PJ longer...maybe a Co-OC situation possibility?

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    Put all your money on Patterson getting the job and Burns getting a new title, something like run game coordinator.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    San Diego CA


    I think Patterson could slide right in and do a good job.

    * Off Tackle Left
    * Off Tackle Right
    * Slant
    * Toss it up for grabs

    That covers about 90% of it
    Last edited by Bring back the Axe; 01-07-2019 at 04:23 PM.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2017


    Pretty sure Fleck is at the coaches conference this week and was speaking about what he looks for in staff members. Probably getting passed plenty of resumes.

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    Maybe we should expand this to the 2019 Coaching Staff Hot Board...

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    Kirk Ciarrocca

    Coaching Experience
    2017-present: Minnesota - Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
    2013-17: Western Michigan - Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
    2012: Delaware - Running Backs Coach
    2011: Richmond - Quarterbacks Coach
    2008-10: Rutgers - Co-Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
    2002-07: Delaware - Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
    2000-01: University of Pennsylvania - Wide Receivers
    1996-99: Princeton - Wide Receivers
    1994-95: Western Connecticut State - Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks / Wide Receivers
    1993: Delaware Valley College - Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers
    1992: Western Connecticut State - Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers
    1990-91: Temple - Graduate Assistant

    Ciarrocca came to Minnesota after serving as the offensive coordinator at Western Michigan since 2013. The Broncos thrived under Ciarrocca in 2016, as they averaged 41.57 points per game (ninth most in the nation) and set program records in points (582), total yards (6,737) and touchdowns (75). This came after setting records in the same categories in 2015.

    In 2016, Western Michigan had the nation’s 25th-ranked rushing offense, 49th-ranked passing offense and had the fewest turnovers in the country with eight.

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