Skip to comments.Cincinnati football coach Brian Kelly is leaving for Notre Dame, according to IrishCentral.com
Posted on 12/02/2009 2:58:16 PM PST by Bad~Rodeo
One of the greatest football seasons in University of Cincinnati history may end on a sour note.
According to IrishCentral.com, UC's Brian Kelly will be the next Notre Dame coach. IrishCentral.com is also the Internet home of Irish Voice and Irish America magazines.
Reporter Sean O'Shea writes that a well-informed person says that Kelly is expected to sign a deal soon. UC (11-0) plays at Pittsburgh on Saturday, with the winner claiming the Big East Conference championship and a spot in a BCS bowl game.
(Excerpt) Read more at cleveland.com ...
Well, not explicitly. But shock has been exhibited at a post that can only be described as "dissenting." Well, dissenting and gratuitous, I'll admit.
It won’t be easy following in the footsteps of Pear Bryant.
Cincinnati doesn’t have that kind of cash. If anything part of a package to keep him their at Cincinnati would include facility upgrades, as well as a raise(which would definitely not be too five million a year which would eclipse every college coach in any sport)
They don’t have the folks or the speed to run a spread offense there. That’s ONE of their problems.
Oh,I’m disappointed in you. I only posted once to make the announcement. I’ve been responding to you, since.
Golden Tate and Michael Floyd are fast enough.
The US Naval Academy has 4,500 students; Stanford has 6,600 undergraduates.
Adam! Is that you?
You are nonetheless repeatedly posting on a thread about two of your “least favorite topics.”
Kelley has some things in the closet that might not sit well with the base.
the AD better flesh it all out before he pulls the trigger.
ND brought pro abortion Obama in for a speech. All bets are off.
Did they check his diploma yet?
Cincy’s first love will always be basketball (like Duke and UKy). Kelly looks like a Leprechan for crying out loud. He is a winner. Stoops and Chuckie have had their lapses.
very weak article....seems like lotsa speculation:
Cincinnati isn’t going to pay anyone $5 million to coach. That’s quite a bit more that Urban Meyer, Nick Saban or Pete Carroll.
He may get a big raise, but not too $5 million.
I don’t buy it. ESPN says nothing.
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