Lavin to "coach" at Oregon State (or Santa Clara)?

Well not really. But some people are wishing for it.

It's that time of the year. The time when Steve Lavin's next coaching gig heats up around up the country. After Bruins pasted the Beavers at Pauley, at least one Beavers fan was pining for Steve-16 to take over at Corvallis:

Bobby D what are you waiting for.  JJ's excuses and explanations for this game were excellent examples of a man who has lost control of the program.  Do the right thing and let the coaching search begin.  Someone tell me why we shouldn't lob Steve Lavin a call.  A 20 game winner, national champion winner, knows the PAC, has some connections, etc.  I realize he wasted some years at UCLA, but he might have a change in perspective.  What about MARK FEW.  Can we pony up the bucks it would take and let the ALUMS at least guarantee him an upgrade on Gill?  You never know unless you ask right?

Come on how can a guy like Ernie Kent become successful after he lost the confidence of the players families, but he some how brings in talent. We have JJ who can't bring in talent and can't coach the basics to kids who need fundamentals to get over.  JJ is not our guy plain and simple.

Too bad there were some Bruins who went into that thread and knocked some sense into Beaver fans. Yeah, I would wish Lavin on anyone except may be on Arizona or Duke.

While that Oregon State was wishing for Lavo, there are talks in the MSM about Lavin possibly in running for the head coaching gig at Santa Clara.

I don't think we will ever see Lavin coaching in college hoops. He knows he is incapable of being a head coach. He is going to be a lifer on BSPN, following the footsteps of know nothing assclowns like Dick Vitale and Beano Cooks, idiots who are examples of how morons can get paid thousands of $$ without knowing anything about the sports they are supposed to cover.

Lavin will never coach at a real job again.

<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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