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Who on the coaching staff...

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has thier last game with the Panthers on Sunday with Fox?

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Depends on who the new coach is. But most likely all except the ones Hurney wants kept.

Jerry Simmons and Sam Mills IIIwill most likely stay. With that being said no wonder our team sucks most of our coaches have came from losing teams. Which brings up a question about fox and his ability to hire good coaches. When he first came here he had some talented coaches but drove most of them away (excluding Trgovac and Henning) fans can blame themselves on those too.

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I'm going to say all except for maybe some position coaches. Meeks COULD be retained if we hire a coach that wants a Tampa-2 but I doubt it.

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I think Rodgers will keep his job, special teams have looked fine

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Personally I think Meeks is over-rated.

His defense here is starting to look like his Indy defense which utilized smaller DT's.

LBers there and here get hurt because DT's can't keep blockers from getting to them.

They can't stop the run without always keeping the SS in the box which enables offenses to get big pass plays on occasion.

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It's tough to say without knowing who will come in as head coach.

Let's flip the question around. Who will stay?

I think Jim Skipper, Brian Baker, Dave Magazu and Sam Mills III should stick around. I'm leaning toward keeping Meeks, but I have a feeling the next coach will want his own coordinators.

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baker is the only definite. i don't see how you can get rid of a guy like that.

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Nobody has a contract so they can all feel free to leave, which they likely will in hopes in finding a job soon, rather than waiting to see if the next coach wants to keep them.

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