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RI: Something to chew on (Mariucci speculation) (Update: Interview Wednesday)

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Old 01-28-2008, 12:19 AM   #31
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Re: RI: Something to chew on

At this point, I would be happy with anyone but fassel.

Marriucci inherited a good team with SF and had them playing pretty well but he never did take them to the SB.

I'm not convinced he is the answer but he does give the redskins credibility.
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I hate this. Now, I'll be even more disappointed when Fassel is named. I'll be thinking "we coulda had mooch..."
bingo...Fassel is a very underwhelming choice
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Old 01-28-2008, 12:26 AM   #33
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At this point, I would be happy with anyone but fassel.

Marriucci inherited a good team with SF and had them playing pretty well but he never did take them to the SB.

I'm not convinced he is the answer but he does give the redskins credibility.
They were getting long in the tooth after they won the SB in 95. Young was suffering from concussions, Jeff garcia took over but was no Steve Young, the whole change of ownership dilemma, salary cap issues, all this affected this team. His teams were always competitive and played hard.
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Well since we've already hired a WCO offensive coordinator, hiring a head coach with a direct link to the Bill Walsh tree would be a good thing at this point.
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I'm good with Mooch or Fassel..
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Alright, I just sent an e-mail to Gary Radnich (SF version of George Michael) who's pretty good friends with Mooch and anchors sports on KNBR 680 and is the sportscaster for KRON channel 4. I asked if he had heard any rumors on Mooch coaching the Skins. If I hear anything I'll pass it on.
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Old 01-28-2008, 12:54 AM   #37
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Re: RI: Something to chew on

Thanks SF
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Alright, I just sent an e-mail to Gary Radnich (SF version of George Michael) who's pretty good friends with Mooch and anchors sports on KNBR 680 and is the sportscaster for KRON channel 4. I asked if he had heard any rumors on Mooch coaching the Skins. If I hear anything I'll pass it on.

I'm anxious to hear what you're going to find out.......Thanks!!
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Re: RI: Something to chew on

In case some of you want to e-mail Gary Radnich, here's his e-mail. Gary and Tony Bruno have a daily 1/2 hour segment so you might to contact him too eventhough he's an Eagles homer

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Re: RI: Something to chew on

This makes more sense. I kept asking which coach we would hire and how they would fit even though they may have signed off on the coordinators I could see friction with Fassel if he was not a WC oriented HC or if we chose Spagnoulo and his defensive style was different then Blache's. I do like Meeks but am worried about his defensive style also. If it would mesh well with Blache's. but....Mariucci would be a great fit. icing on the cake. I have always liked that he was personable. Someone needs to send this to DS. I hope the 12:00 Redskins Radio boys are getting this for their show. Kinda nice if DS (if not already involved in this deal) could hear how the fans would respond to Mariucci. Unlike OJ this fits like a glove.

Perhaps we could make it to the play offs again next year. Not that I'm a Lloyd fan but didn't he do alot better in the WC offense? Ok, Ok, get rid of him we have Mix.
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I hate this. Now, I'll be even more disappointed when Fassel is named. I'll be thinking "we coulda had mooch..."
That's pretty much what I'm thinking... just like Snyder to screw up without even lifting a finger! JLC has a nice theory, but it makes TOO MUCH sense right now.

I'll believe it when I see it.
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In case some of you want to e-mail Gary Radnich, here's his e-mail. Gary and Tony Bruno have a daily 1/2 hour segment so you might to contact him too eventhough he's an Eagles homer

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tbruno@sportingnews.com

I just shot an e-mail off to him, I'm really interested in his potential reply. I will pass on any tid-bit I gather.
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Old 01-28-2008, 01:50 AM   #43
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Mooch is crazy...he he

Seriously though, I like it, it seems to all fit, but it seems too good to be true. Should we make another petition to DS, it seemed to work before. I like the idea of an offensive minded HC, and this would be a very sweet ending to a very sour process.
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I wouldnt be opposed too it. Basically when we came into the thing, it was Gregg Williams I wanted, and he's obviously moved on. I really don't have a preferance to be honest with you with the remaining feild. I will be content with just about everyone and see how it goes. I could see any one of the names we have right now succeeding, and anyone of them failing here. I really dont think I want anyone from New York or New England, because I'd like to think that whoever is our coach was involved at least somewhat in the process of who the O/D coordinators would be.
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Old 01-28-2008, 02:35 AM   #45
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This is interesting. A few hours before JLC's blog entry, Bram Weinstein mentions Mooch in his own blog

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