Stanford: Stanford has found there man. He is David Shaw, the teams offensive coordinator for the past 4 seasons. Shaw will replace Jim Harbaugh who moved on to the San Francisco 49ers.
Shaw is a Stanford grad and the 1st alum to take over the program since 1980.
Here is the official release from Stanford's website RIGHT HERE
And here is Mr. Shaw meeting the local press: (Thanks GoStanford.com)
Pasqualoni comes from the Dallas Cowboys and has bounced between them and the Miami Dolphins as a defensive assistant the past 5 years. He replaces Randy Edsall, who is now at Maryland.
Your official release from Connecticut's website is RIGHT HERE
|John Fox/Courtesy: carolina panthers|
While in Carolina, Fox had a ton of early success and really, up until the past two seasons, the Panthers were a tough, competitive team. The weren't so much the past two years, which begs the question...why?
We aren't sure, though the national media certainly pushed Fox very hard as "The" candidate. We wonder if it's because they like him or if it is just because they didn't watch the Panthers this past season or they blame the teams utter failure on upper management? Who knows.
Either way, he's the man and honestly, is a decent choice for Denver, coming off of the Josh McDaniels experiment. We'll see how well it play out. Fox will be introduced to the Denver viewing public Friday afternoon.
And that brings this years Carousel to an end. Much like the movie Logan's Run, it's a time of re-birth. It's a time where some coaches lose their coaching lives in one place only to be re-born somewhere else. It's also a time where new coaches are born and others climb the ladder of success.
**Ed Note** We forgot about our friends in Oakland, though it's easy to do. They are going to be promoting assistant Hue Jackson to the top job, we just don't know when they'll make it official.
For those wondering about the movie reference, watch it below. In a strange way it all just kind of makes sense.