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Something to ponder

Now that Nick Saban has left the Miami Dolphins for the greener pastures of the University of Alabama, perhaps there might be interest from the Dolphins organization in hiring pom-pom Pete. That might be good for a couple reasons. pom-pom has expressed a desire to coach where he controls all the personnel decisions, and I think he might get that in south Florida. With the very real possibility of NCAA sanctions coming down at usc, he might be willing to move on, and attempt to succeed in the NFL again. The other good thing would be him coaching the Dolphins. He is not a good coach at the NFL level, and that means my wife's team, the Patriots, would have one less team to worry about in the AFC. Overall, I think it's a good fit. In the meantime, if Atlanta does want to take koach (or he is no longer in the job for another reason -[hint hint DG]), we can get a new guy in at the same time as usc, and start from scratch in the local recruiting. If we can get a dynamic personality in who can start getting the 5 star players back to Westwood, we're on the way back to where we should be.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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