When the thought of KC coaching again began to run through my beer-drenched mind I thought, well, the CAA would be the easiest fit, right?
Can’t see KC, winner of the 2003 FCS Championship goin to high school or division 2, no way.
Can’t see KC going NFL when he was let go at the FCS level, doesn’t add up.
Can’t really see KC taking a non-head-coach job with his resume, nah.
So what does KC do?
If he does TV for a year and doesn’t fall in love with the easy pay checks and doesn’t miss the hustle & bustle of being the CEO of football … then I see him at an FCS school this time next year.
He loves UD, right?
Why wouldn’t he love coaching against his Alma Mater just so he can step back onto Tubby Raymond Field every few years?
Let’s run down the schools … shall we?
- Maine … Jack Cosgrove … probably not going anywhere.
- New Hampshire … Sean McDonnell … nope, no chance.
- Rhode Island … Joe Trainer … nah … KC would know he wouldn’t have a competitive shot.
- Villanova … Andy Talley … don’t count this out as freakishly opposite as this sounds … KC knows the recruiting footprint very well and Talley isn’t gonna coach forever.
- Towson … Rob Ambrose … Coach Ambrose had some allegations against him in 2012 … Towson is very close to Newark … this is NOT far-fetched at all.
- James Madison … Mickey Matthews … nope.
- Richmond … Danny Rocco … lots of turnover in Richmond these last couple seasons … a possibility, it is.
- William & Mary … Jimmye Laycock … again, Laycock isn’t gonna coach forever.
- Albany … Bob Ford … dude has been there 40 years … can’t coach forever.
- Stony Brook … Chuck Priore … nope.
If KC is looking to be a head coach somewhere … I can’t see him wandering to far from his recruiting footprint (east coast). If not the CAA … maybe the Patriot League?
It will be VERY interesting come late November for KC.
Who will be calling?
Will UD be playing against KC in 2014?