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|11-01-2012, 07:36 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Coaching: BK and the NFL, Diaco and Head Coaching
So the issue of Diaco moving on to take a head coaching job somewhere has been discussed at length.
I just got done reading an article about Chip Kelly having to make a decision to coach in the NFL. Is it possible that BK could be on that track with a couple of good seasons? Or is BK the college coach for life type?
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|11-01-2012, 07:43 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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I doubt BK would ever leave Notre Dame for the NFL. If he has a couple of great years he will get paid more than most NFL coaches. And he truly wants to be hear. The only exception would be if he were here for 10 years and eventually just wanted something new.
Diaco on the other hand probably won't be here after next year at the most.
|11-01-2012, 07:48 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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I think it depends on the progression of the offense in the next few seasons. If the defense continues to play exceptional football (it will), and BK decides to stick with the run-focused offense rather than his high-flying spread attack, it may be telling about his intentions.
He has the proper QB's on the roster (Golson, Kiel, and incoming Zaire) to run the full spread passing attack that he liked at UC and CMU, but if he stays conservative it will show that he is just as capable at developing a run-heavy system. If he wins a couple BCS games or a national championship, and sticks with the run-first offense for the duration, I could see him going to the next level and trying to implement his balanced offense with an NFL team.
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