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Post your ideal GM/coacging combo, realistically

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GM- Marc Ross

HC- Bruce Arians

OC- Ken Wisenhunt

DC- Keith Butler(LB's coach for Pitt, DC in waiting)

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GM: Tom Gamble

HC: Brad Seely

OC: Mike Solari

DC: Kevin Greene

STC: Tracy Smith

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GM- Marc Ross

HC- Bruce Arians

OC- Ken Wisenhunt

DC- Keith Butler(LB's coach for Pitt, DC in waiting)

I've seen Keith Butler's name mentioned a few times around the board and thought I'd add this:

Butler denied head coaching interviews last year, so I think he'll be taking over for Dick Lebeau in the near future. If we could get him to be a HC that would be awesome but he isn't leaving Pitt unless its just that, a HC spot.

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and btw, @ Ruff: I really like Seely as an option. Would be totally down for that.

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The only thing concerning me about Arians is his age. At 60, you have to wonder how many years of coaching he has left in him.

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GM-Bill Parcells

HC-Herm Edwards

HELLO YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME!

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GM-Bill Parcells

HC-Herm Edwards

HELLO YOU PLAY TO WIN THE GAME!

Never understood the Herm Edwards hype.

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