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Boltergeist

Hide your women, Western Kentucky

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Your link sucks but it is confirmed

Prediction: he's there for one year, two tops, and then leaves to take a better job like Illinois or Tennessee

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If that happens, that's a benefit for WKU. That means he'll likely have done well for himself there, the program's profile will have been raised a bit, and they'll get a $1MM buyout.

It's rare that a school in the Sun Belt can attract a big name, so I think it is a risk a school like WKU has to take.

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He prob took that job because it was the best he could get.

We can all agree he is a slime ball but he can certainly coach as well as recruit.

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