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    2022 FCS Coaching news

    VMI's Coach Wachenheim resigns......been very hard for VMI to compete recently with the COVID/Double redshirt stuff.

    https://roanoke.com/sports/college/s...a24f62635.html
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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Wach is arguably the most accomplished football coach at VMI in at least the last half century, particularly in light of how college football has changed. It's even more remarkable given the number of quality assistant coaches and high-level grad transfers that his program ultimately developed for other schools. Good luck to him and Karla going forward.

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Wach did a good job at VMI. The Keydets head coaching job has to be one of the most challenging in the country and he had some success there.

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Hate to see him go. Got the absolute most out of the talent available to him. Must have an incredible ability to ID HS talent that will fit into the program. Also, had heavy ‘churn’ of Assistants - most moving up to bigger/better jobs and Team did not lose continuity. Really, really good Football Coach. SoCon will miss him. Hey, maybe once he’s had some time off, TR or Maconga, as an Asst Coach, might appeal to him. He would make any Team better.
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    Member institutions shall conduct their athletics programs…maintaining a line of demarcation between student-athletes who participate in the Collegiate Model and athletes competing in the professional model

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    Hate to see him go. Got the absolute most out of the talent available to him. Must have an incredible ability to ID HS talent that will fit into the program. Also, had heavy ‘churn’ of Assistants - most moving up to bigger/better jobs and Team did not lose continuity. Really, really good Football Coach. SoCon will miss him. Hey, maybe once he’s had some time off, TR or Maconga, as an Asst Coach, might appeal to him. He would make any Team better.
    Think he'd be a fit for Lehigh?
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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Quote Originally Posted by ngineer View Post
    Think he'd be a fit for Lehigh?
    Without question
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    Member institutions shall conduct their athletics programs…maintaining a line of demarcation between student-athletes who participate in the Collegiate Model and athletes competing in the professional model

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Quote Originally Posted by ngineer View Post
    Think he'd be a fit for Lehigh?
    I looked online this morning and Gilmore still there - as of now...Hmmm Wachenheim to Bethlehem?

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Ngineer respect your insight and opinions - what do you think of Troxell?

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Quote Originally Posted by Pards Rule View Post
    I looked online this morning and Gilmore still there - as of now...Hmmm Wachenheim to Bethlehem?
    Might prefer the beach to the mountains. Could be headed to ChuckTown as the next Bell Captain for CIT’s Football Team. Keydet to Cadet Coach has been done before… on the hardcourt.
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    20.10.1.2 The Commitment to Amateurism
    Member institutions shall conduct their athletics programs…maintaining a line of demarcation between student-athletes who participate in the Collegiate Model and athletes competing in the professional model

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    Re: 2022 FCS Coaching news

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    Might prefer the beach to the mountains. Could be headed to ChuckTown as the next Bell Captain for CIT’s Football Team. Keydet to Cadet Coach has been done before… on the hardcourt.
    I laughed when I read this comment. "Yeah, right", I thought.

    And then I saw this...


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