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Subject: RECRUITING


Author:
walt yale blue
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Date Posted: 21:31:28 12/30/16 Fri

Guys One quick thought. One of our fans wrote we have 17 offense lineman for next year i wish that was true.Some are others wish they were. 2013 . only 4 lineman were recruited one quit the others Cannon Friedline and Iverson stayed and where starters when SR. 2014 six where recruited Bezney was a three star recruite has been hurt the last 2 years not tough enough.Chang started a few games he tries Schmidt to small to play off line.Jacob Van De Grift good backup center Huizenga work in progress.Cody Arledge does not play. i think.Karl Marback was on defense and is now are starting center good player. 2015 4 were recruited one quit the others hurt all the time big kids what a waste. 2016 We may have the start of something good 2 started the others good be good. What Im trying to say is we have to recruite better players and get better coaching for the players . Hire a new line coach and let Conlin call the plays or fire Conlin and hire new coaches this is crucial for yales future.

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Bulldogs1234
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Date Posted: 22:43:54 12/30/16 Fri

Think we need new coaches. We have a mixed bag of good players, but woefully inexperienced players in other positions. If you watch some of the high school tape on our guys, I'm not sure if our staff is getting the most out of them. We got by for some years with Tyler Varga and Morgan Roberts, but its clear that player development isn't where it needs to be. There is a tremendous gap between our starters and backups, and high school teams could score bunches against our defensive schemes. None of our highly recruited QBs seem ready for game time at all.

Our plays seem kinda simplistic and outdated. Watch some of the Power 5 conferences play in these bowl games, those teams are light years ahead of us.

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Author:
remember it well
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Date Posted: 10:17:39 12/31/16 Sat

The standard of play by the Power 5 schools playing in the bowl games could never be emulated by any Ivy team. However there is definitely a need for Yale to have coaches who can develop the players talents to their full potential. We also need to once and for all get the strength and conditioning coaches and trainers who can remedy the awful injury problems Reno's teams have faced.

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[> [> [> Subject: Coaching?


Author:
Observer
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Date Posted: 10:34:43 12/31/16 Sat

I thought that with the victory over Harvard this year the coach and his staff were all set for the next 10 years!

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Author:
remember it well
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Date Posted: 15:16:05 01/02/17 Mon

In order to be "set the next 10 years" Yale would have to find a way to pay the coaches as much as Harvard does.

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Observer
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Date Posted: 16:24:26 01/02/17 Mon

How much is Reno paid, and how was he able to bring 3 Harvard associates along when he took the Yale contract?

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Author:
L et V
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Date Posted: 18:52:04 01/02/17 Mon

They're assistants, O.

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Observer
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Date Posted: 10:55:08 01/03/17 Tue

And highly paid - especially on a "per-win" basis - eh?

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Still modest compared to Crimson HCs


Author:
remember it well
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Date Posted: 12:23:59 01/03/17 Tue

Since among the Ivys we only know Harvard enhances certain coaching salaries through extremely generous booster money.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: No booster money at any other Ivies, you're saying?


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Observer
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Date Posted: 13:29:34 01/03/17 Tue

Including no endowed coaching positions??

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Observer
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Date Posted: 13:34:26 01/03/17 Tue

"Joel Smilow, a former chairman and chief executive of Playtex, is a philanthropist whose name is attached to hospitals, Boys and Girls Clubs, and buildings at Yale, his alma mater.

But for Smilow, whose college athletics career did not progress beyond intramurals, perhaps the most unusual outcome of his benevolence is a permanent link to the Bulldogs football team. In 1988, he gave $1 million to endow Yale’s coaching position. Future coaches would forever be the Joel E. Smilow ’54 Head Coach of Yale Football. The title does not exactly flow, but the money from the endowment does.

“The athletic director has jokingly referred to me as the owner of the Yale football team,” Smilow said.

Seven of the Ivy League’s eight football coaching jobs are endowed, along with numerous positions in other sports. The premise is that these coaches are also teachers, part of the academic fabric of their institutions."

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Author:
remember it well
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Date Posted: 14:52:35 01/03/17 Tue

We all know how endowments work. Even those intended for a specific purpose depend on the performance of the endowment managers and the embarrasing results of Harvard's endowments wouldn't justify the $1 million compensation to Amaker or the generous package that Murphy receives (probably not a high as Tommy's). Whether it's the WSJ or the site linked below there are enough sources that have exposed the creative generosity of so called "Friends of Harvard" athletics ie boosters.

http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2011/4/13/harvard-amaker-booster-amakers/

http://ivyhoopsonline.com/2016/04/07/jim-engles-stresses-continuity-in-his-introduction-as-columbias-new-head-coach/
"But Amaker has had his salary adjusted higher by the boosters who pay him after flirtations with both Miami and BC. Amaker is making more than a million dollars a year. He’s got a low high-major compensation package at a high mid-major program, especially if you factor in his wife’s deal at the medical school. Every two weeks, the Amaker household gets paid twice because Harvard wanted a better basketball recruiter, not another staff psychologist at McLean." quote from Ivy Hoops Online.

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Observer
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Date Posted: 16:26:00 01/03/17 Tue

"Joel Smilow, a former chairman and chief executive of Playtex, is a philanthropist whose name is attached to hospitals, Boys and Girls Clubs, and buildings at Yale, his alma mater.

But for Smilow, whose college athletics career did not progress beyond intramurals, perhaps the most unusual outcome of his benevolence is a permanent link to the Bulldogs football team. In 1988, he gave $1 million to endow Yale’s coaching position. Future coaches would forever be the Joel E. Smilow ’54 Head Coach of Yale Football. The title does not exactly flow, but the money from the endowment does.

“The athletic director has jokingly referred to me as the owner of the Yale football team,” Smilow said.

Seven of the Ivy League’s eight football coaching jobs are endowed, along with numerous positions in other sports. The premise is that these coaches are also teachers, part of the academic fabric of their institutions."

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[> [> Subject: Re: RECRUITING


Author:
Real fan
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Date Posted: 11:19:30 12/31/16 Sat

Gentlemen
I believe Mr 1234 either has an ax to grind or ... just not happy. Reading both sites and his previous posts one could not be more negative.

I think the future looks bright. As long as the players remain injury free.
Maybe Harvard was a fluke but the younger guys
looked promising. I especially like klubnik. 88 runs perfect routes. No we don't have Varga or Roberts, but we did win with jimmy and Joe.

Area for improvement picking up stunts

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Author:
Old Eli
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Date Posted: 18:08:13 01/03/17 Tue

biggest area for improvement would be ability to cover opposing team's receivers. that would make for a refreshing change.

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