Gailey is in the last year of his contract...

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Yes with an option?

The teams option not his.... But Wanny made a statement early in the year, " I know that Chan will get offers to be a head coach in the off season and we will not stand in his way, I know that he would like to be a head coach again". I dion't know if that is the exact quote but it was something like that... I saw it on the Dave Wanstadt Show....
 

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I guess the only thing we can do is pray that we get the right guy for the job next year to call the RIGHT plays that we will need :eek: :( :(
 

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let us not forget...

that Mike Shula - ex-O Coordinator for the Bucs and you know who's son - is our QB coach.

Of course, just cause some stiff of a coach let a guy named Olividatti be the d-coordinator for a NLF team does not mean he is the Giants next d-coordinator as their LB coach. ;)
 

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just because he's shula's...............

son, doesn't mean he knows how to coach!
i had one of the best defenses every year when i coached. thought i could handle offense and head coach at the same time. shoulda retired as a defensive coordinator! :rolleyes:
 

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so you are really Bill Arnsbarger ;) :eek: :D :lol: ?
 

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Yeah we is an

ex-O Coordinator for a reason. The Buc's never have a good O.
 

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that's true, but considering we had Kippy Brown before Gailey Shula is qualified. ;)
 

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It wasn't Shula's fault that the Bucs offense was sad. They have gone through 3 O Coord. and there offense has been sad the WHOLE time. I would blame Dungy.

I think Shula would make a good Coordinator, and he knows Gailey's system, so nothing would change.
 

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so you are really Bill Arnsbarger
no, but its fun coaching at the peewee level. the kids are easier to put into a defensive scheme. they hav'nt picked up any bad habits yet, you can mold them the way you want. MOST OF THE TIME, THERE ARE A FEW.............................
 

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I and here I thought you were the inventor and the 3-4 defense ;)
 

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nope,

since these kids really don't have an arm to throw long, i kinda like a 6-2 and as many CB blitzes on third down as i can get!
 

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Relax

Gailey signed a 1 year deal intially and then signed a 2-year follow-on deal at the start of this year so he's under contract next year.

However, 1. Shula would make a great offensive coordinator. I see alot of Bucs games up here and his play-calling was actually very creative. And 2. Gailey will probably get some head-coaching offers in both college and the pros so I wouldn't be surprised if this is it for him in Miami. And 3. That's OK because if we throw another 1 yard screen on 3rd and 7 I am going to throw-up.

:monkey: one-yard pass plays
 
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