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Re: Coach Seider leaving for FL

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emperorchaz wrote:
Shell interviewed about Coach Seider for a Gators website:
https://florida.rivals.com/news/former ... k-goes-in-depth-on-seider


“I feel like West Virginia was just a stepping stone for a great coaching career he’s going to have,” Shell said.


Ouch.

Posted on: 2/15 9:22 am
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Re: Coach Seider leaving for FL
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Lots of coaching positions at lots of schools can be stepping stones in an overall "great coaching career." I wouldn't read too much into it.

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Re: Coach Seider leaving for FL
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West Virginia was a stepping stone for an NFL career for Shell. He shuffled too much on that stone and slipped off.

Posted on: 2/15 10:35 am
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Re: Coach Seider leaving for FL
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Let's be honest. He's a "power" back that dances too much and has trouble breaking tackles. Shell wont have too much of an NFL career. He never lived up to the hype.


Posted on: 2/15 12:21 pm
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Re: Coach Seider leaving for FL
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WVpunk wrote:
Lots of coaching positions at lots of schools can be stepping stones in an overall "great coaching career." I wouldn't read too much into it.


Yeah, at that level the name of the game is making contacts and learning from different philosophies to develop your own. In a few years you may see him pop up as an OC at a smaller school, depending on who he knows and what becomes available. As much turnover as there is in the college football coaching ranks, this won't be Seider's last stop.

Posted on: 2/15 1:02 pm
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