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Old 02-16-2006, 01:09 AM   #1
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I don’t think anyone could blame a West Texas A&M freshman quarterback next season if he got under center, heard a criticism from new QB coach Ryan Leaf, and then said to his new coach, “Why don’t you shut the **** up, loser?”

Say this for West Texas A&M… they are risk takers. Hiring Ryan Leaf to coach your quarterbacks is a little like hiring Bill Romanowski to teach you about ethics and fairplay, or hiring Kyle Orton to teach you about proper beard maintenance. I suspect that more than once next year, a West Texas A&M QB will get under center and instead of calling a play, yell, “KNOCK IT OFF” like a little *****.

But hey, you know… a lot of time has passed since Ryan Leaf was last in the NFL, and perhaps he’s matured to the point where he can now successfully educate a younger player. I mean, I doubt it… but I guess it’s possible. I mean, the man’s entire NFL legacy is immaturity. For his sake, I hope that’s changed… it’s just hard to picture. Best of luck, West Texas A&M.
Blog post: http://www.themightymjd.com/2006/02/...-quarterbacks/

Hey, anyone know if Akili Smith or Tim Couch have applied anywhere? Good grief...
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Old 02-16-2006, 06:15 AM   #2
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Wouldn't it be a riot if, from here, Leaf became an NFL QB coach, then an NFL offensive coordinator, and ultimately, an NFL head coach?
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Old 02-16-2006, 04:48 PM   #3
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Yea imagine hearing a GM say this "We hired him as our coach because he has been doing great as an assistant and he is from the Leaf coaching tree. That is definatly a sign of the Appoclypse.
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Could you imagine his press conferences? BACK OFF OF ME, ALRIGHT!!!
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Look ryan leaf might have sucked in the nfl but that doesn't mean he is going to suck when it comes to coaching them what better then a former nfl quaterback to teach your quaterbacks he will do fine besides his coach from what ever college he went to says he'll do fine
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I heard him on the Dan Patrick show and he sounded much more mature than a few years ago. He originally wanted a job at Montana but they didn't have any openings so the coach there referred him down to where he is now. I'd definitely say he has a chance to climb the ladder. More likely in the college ranks than the NFL.
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