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10 hours ago, Yellowstone said:

Saw Clint at the meat and 3 today.   He is working the phones and eating some greens.  Vegetable plate.  

Fortuitously encountering Clint amidst the ambience of Goodyear this morning sparked an impromptu yet intellectually stimulating conversation, wherein we engaged in a rigorous assessment of prospective candidates for the esteemed role of head football coach. Our discourse, characterized by its spontaneity and depth, led to the formulation of astute observations and discerning judgments regarding the suitability of various individuals for this pivotal position. Allow me to elucidate the fruits of our collaborative contemplation:

This commentary endeavors to offer a discerning articulation of my subjective viewpoint, emphasizing a conscientious commitment to maintaining impartiality and refraining from any semblance of derogation directed towards individuals. 

Those who possess meritorious qualifications for the esteemed head coaching role, delineated without hierarchical precedence, include:

Rennard Woodmore, an esteemed alumnus of the Yellow Jackets, presents a magnificent pedigree, having held prominent positions in head coaching capacities across various regions. His pivotal role as a coordinator for teams contending for state championships further enhances his stature in the realm of football leadership.

Kyle Gregory, erstwhile adorned in the resplendent gold insignia, though lacking direct head coaching experience, brings to the fore his invaluable insights garnered as a coordinator for esteemed teams, showcasing an acute understanding of the requisites for triumph whilst attired in the esteemed purple and gold regalia.

Steven Jackson, whose contributions transcended mere clipboard duties under the tutelage of Kevin Creasy, emerges as an exceptional candidate for Trousdale County. His prior tenure and triumphs as an assistant coach underscore his suitability for the role. The sole drawback lies in his lack of affiliation with Trousdale County as an alumnus.

Brandon Eden's extensive tenure within the chronicles of Trousdale County football, spanning a significant portion of its State Championships, coupled with his successful stints as a coordinator across diverse locales, underscores his candidacy despite a dearth of direct head coaching experience at the high school level.

Davy Cothron, while beset by a modest playing career, has emerged as a luminary in offensive strategy, drawing parallels to the transformative appointment of Barker in 2015, thereby warranting consideration for his proven acumen in this realm.

Joshua Hackett, notwithstanding his non-alumnus status, has left an indelible imprint across Middle Tennessee, distinguished by his adept curation of formidable defensive units as a coordinator at Watertown, albeit without direct head coaching experience.

Kevin Creasy, the epitome of coaching prowess, merits an offer irrespective of his current inclinations, his unparalleled capacity to secure victories transcending geographical and institutional bounds, potentially extending to a role as Director of Schools should it align with his aspirations.

Conversely, individuals who have not demonstrably earned the mantle of head coaching, enumerated without sequential precedence, encompass:
Brad Waggoner
David Barker
Paul Pitts
Jeremy Pruitt
Clint Satterfield
Robbie Atwood
Wesley Satterfield
Ben Johnson
BJ West

Whom do you all deem most fitting to assume the mantle of the next coach, and what rationale informs your choice? Conversely, whom do you perceive as ill-suited for the role, and what underpins your reasoning for their exclusion?

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On 5/21/2024 at 10:37 AM, chs1984 said:

Brad Waggoner is a friend of mine, but I can’t argue with the facts. I do believe that the man can coach, as you don’t spend 3 years on an ACC staff, working for a coach as demanding as Paul Johnson, without being good. P.S.- Like your vernacular.

Doe dee doe doe…hmmmmmm….. one thing Wagoner is good at is taking selfies everyday.  Hmmmmm….doe dee doe doe…..  you can bet the lawnmower on that.

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If trousdale can land Shoulders, they’ll be back in business sooner than expected. Jackson isn’t leaving Gordy, he’s an alumni there and it was his dream job. If trousdale wants to become trousdale again they need to try and make a splash here.

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1 hour ago, Biggameburt said:

If trousdale can land Shoulders, they’ll be back in business sooner than expected. Jackson isn’t leaving Gordy, he’s an alumni there and it was his dream job. If trousdale wants to become trousdale again they need to try and make a splash here.

I don't know a lot but Macon's coach would'nt go to TC FOR ALL THE OIL IN AFGHANISTAN!

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35 minutes ago, mofojoe said:

I don't know a lot but Macon's coach would'nt go to TC FOR ALL THE OIL IN AFGHANISTAN!

Whoever gets hired I don’t think they will be there long, they’ll get ran out of town because they can’t win a tough region with a pee wee team.

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I don’t see any of them guys why leave programs to go there with no community backing or anything. Word up here on the hill is davy and veto into it over whose kid should be q b for jr high. Tough times in tc hope it all changes with a new face. And once again we aren’t giving up shoulders. And he doesn’t want that crap down there lol

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1 hour ago, mofojoe said:

I don't know a lot but Macon's coach would'nt go to TC FOR ALL THE OIL IN AFGHANISTAN!

Indeed, your assertion is valid. He would not entertain the notion of relocating to Trousdale County even in exchange for the entirety of Afghanistan's oil reservoirs. However, the prospect might pique his interest if it involved the acquisition of Venezuela's oil wealth in its entirety.

48 minutes ago, Biggameburt said:

Whoever gets hired I don’t think they will be there long, they’ll get ran out of town because they can’t win a tough region with a pee wee team.

Your astute observation is indeed accurate. What factors do you speculate prompted Blake Satterfield's departure from Trousdale County? Amidst the presence of morally questionable board members and incessant public criticism, executing one's duties becomes an arduous endeavor.

 

47 minutes ago, wiz08 said:

I don’t see any of them guys why leave programs to go there with no community backing or anything. Word up here on the hill is davy and veto into it over whose kid should be q b for jr high. Tough times in tc hope it all changes with a new face. And once again we aren’t giving up shoulders. And he doesn’t want that crap down there lol

If verified to be accurate, the altercation between these two manifests a conspicuous display of recklessness. 

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11 hours ago, Wingback08 said:

Fortuitously encountering Clint…

Mancoverage sez: Thank you for weaving, with the written word, such a descriptive tapestry of your mind’s sherlockian thought machinations.

It read’s as though it is the collaborative brain child of Thomas “The Ox of Sicily” Aquinas and John “Give Him 6!” Ward.

Somewhere in this, the thoughtful mind will find, the exact future of Trousdale County Football.

The Goat sez: Ox?!? Pffft. I can do stuff a dumb ole bull can do.

I can take an “a” and I can take an “o” and I can do better and more of that bull stuff… in Latin.

Diarrhoea Fecaes :flower:

The next coach of ole Snoball’s Yeller Jackets, ain’t on that list.

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10 hours ago, mancoverage said:

Mancoverage sez: Thank you for weaving, with the written word, such a descriptive tapestry of your mind’s sherlockian thought machinations.

It read’s as though it is the collaborative brain child of Thomas “The Ox of Sicily” Aquinas and John “Give Him 6!” Ward.

Somewhere in this, the thoughtful mind will find, the exact future of Trousdale County Football.

The Goat sez: Ox?!? Pffft. I can do stuff a dumb ole bull can do.

I can take an “a” and I can take an “o” and I can do better and more of that bull stuff… in Latin.

Diarrhoea Fecaes :flower:

The next coach of ole Snoball’s Yeller Jackets, ain’t on that list.

Mancoverage, the analogy to the esteemed John Ward is a commendable gesture, underscored by its profound implications. It is indeed an honor to be likened to such a luminary figure. Moreover, the assertion that the prospective head coach resides within the confines of the aforementioned list resonates with perspicacity and foresight.

GOAT, it is imperative to acknowledge the potential impact of disparaging remarks upon the esteemed individuals cataloged within the aforementioned list, meticulously curated by Clint and myself. 

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8 hours ago, ghostofthepresent said:

Are you sure they weren't confused? Vetetoe has been into it with a cothron but it wasn't Davy..... 

Would you kindly provide further elucidation regarding the intricacies and nuances embedded within your statement?

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