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Old 06-14-2007, 04:09 PM   #1
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49ers' Nolan, Jags' Del Rio get permission to suit up for home games

I think the suit and tie is a classy look, what do you guys think? Should more coaches 'follow suit'?

ESPN - Dressed to 49s: Nolan allowed to suit up at home - NFL

Coach Mike Nolan will be a sharp-dressed man at all the San Francisco 49ers' home games this season.

Nolan and Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio got permission from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday to wear suits and ties to all eight of their clubs' regular-season home games in 2007.

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Old 06-14-2007, 04:14 PM   #2
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i like it. I think it looks right.
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Old 06-14-2007, 04:17 PM   #3
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I don't get why they don't let them wear suits every game. Why does the nfl want them to dress like bums?
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Old 06-14-2007, 04:18 PM   #4
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I don't get why they don't let them wear suits every game. Why does the nfl want them to dress like bums?
Because of Reebok. Reebok is the one making a fuss
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Old 06-14-2007, 04:18 PM   #5
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I think it looks good. Also, I don't see why the NFL is against it...they could get into more merchandising this way. Start throwing logos on the front pocket, not obnoxious, but they could do it. I don't know that I'd get one, but know there would be a market for it
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does anyone here think new englands coach even owns a suit? i like the look. the league also said anyone thats interested would get the ok. what about coach gibbs?
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Old 06-14-2007, 04:41 PM   #7
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I'd love to see a coach on the sidelines in full pads, just like baseball managers wear uniforms. That's be pretty sweet to see
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I don't even wear a suit and I work in a crappy office. Who in the heck wants to wear a suit to work? Especially if you're a football coach! It's stupid, and appeals to coaches who want to look like they are smart because they're not. I've got three words for Mike Nolan: Bend don't break. It was a crappy defensive scheme, and he's a crappy coach, IMHO. On the RAC: Washington Redskins Fan Club
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I don't even wear a suit and I work in a crappy office. Who in the heck wants to wear a suit to work? Especially if you're a football coach! It's stupid, and appeals to coaches who want to look like they are smart because they're not. I've got three words for Mike Nolan: Bend don't break. It was a crappy defensive scheme, and he's a crappy coach, IMHO. On the RAC: Washington Redskins Fan Club
So are you ever employee of the month in your crappy office?LOL
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I'd love to see a coach on the sidelines in full pads, just like baseball managers wear uniforms. That's be pretty sweet to see

That would be awsome.
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:16 PM   #11
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This is a sporting event, not some business function. I don't get why they would want to wear a suit but more power to them if they want to wear them.

Speaking of suits, I know one dude who wears a suit all the frigging time. Seems pretty silly to me but what do I know, I'm a jeans and shirt type of guy.
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Does anyone have any idea when they forced coaches to stop wearing regualr clothes (suites included). When did nfl sell out to Reebok? I kinda like how Belichick rolls, not letting Reebok make him into a billboard - being I dont think there cutoff hoody sales have taken off
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I love the look. Makes them look professional. Of course when you spit 80000 times a game it's hard to look anything near professional. Guess Gibbs won't be getting a suit.
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I love the idea, think it's great. It reminds me of Dick Todd who was coach the year I became a Redskin fan. He was real "daper" the best dressed coach in the league. Would be nice to see coaches get back to that.

At least in football coaches don't look like (managers) do in baseball.
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Old 06-15-2007, 09:53 AM   #15
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you can tell from my name i like the old way. i think they should let all coaches show class at every game. better than the guy in ne
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