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Old 01-07-2011, 02:59 PM   #1
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John Elway: Just received permission to speak with Jaguars Offensive Coordinator Dirk Koetter. Previously was HC at Arizona State and Boise State.
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:01 PM   #2
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Dirk Koetter
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Dirk Koetter was named Jaguars offensive coordinator on January 10, 2007, and he is now in his fourth season running the Jaguars offense. Known for his expertise of the passing offense, Koetter has 28 years of coaching experience including nine as a college head coach. Prior to joining the Jaguars Koetter served as head coach at Boise State from 1998-2000 and at Arizona State from 2001-06.

Through Koetter’s first three years with the Jaguars (2007-09), the offense ranks 13th in NFL total offense (337.7 yards per game), seventh in rushing (129.0), tenth in first downs (19.6), fifth in third-down conversions (43.9%), sixth in average per rush (4.4), fifth in fewest giveaways (68) and first with only 31 interceptions thrown.

Last year the offense ranked fourth in the league in third-down conversions (45.1%) and produced six plays of 60+ yards along with three games with 400+ yards of total offense.

In his first season with the Jaguars, Koetter directed a record-breaking season by the offense as the unit set franchise single-season records for points (411, 25.7 avg.), touchdowns (50), touchdown passes (28) and yards per play (5.6). The Jaguars ranked seventh in the NFL in offense (357.4), tied for the second-highest ranking in franchise history, totaled 400-plus yards in a team-record seven games and scored 24 or more points in 10 consecutive games for the first time in team history. Quarterback David Garrard in his first season as the starter ranked third in the NFL with a 102.2 passer rating and threw an NFL-low three interceptions. Garrard threw for a career-high 3,620 yards in 2008 including the first two 300-yard games of his career.

Koetter led Arizona State to four bowl games in his six seasons and finished with a 40-34 record. While also serving as offensive coordinator, Koetter helped the Sun Devils average nearly 30 points per game over six seasons and the team was ranked in the top 20 in the nation in passing offense in five of his six seasons.

Koetter molded Arizona State's all-time leading passer in Andrew Walter, its top career receiver in Derek Hagan and the top tight end in school history in Zach Miller. Walter, who played his final three seasons under Koetter, left as the Pac-10's career leader for touchdown passes with 85, surpassing John Elway who threw for 77 touchdowns at Stanford from 1979-82. Hagan, who was a third-round pick of the Miami Dolphins in 2006, finished with a school-record 14 career 100-yard receiving games. Miller finished the 2006 season as the school's all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards for a tight end and was one of three finalists for the John Mackey Award.

In 2005, ASU finished second in the nation in total offense, averaging 519.1 yards per game and third in the nation with 373.4 passing yards per game. In 2004, Koetter led ASU to a 9-3 record and finished the season ranked 19th in the Associated Press Poll. After finishing 4-7 in his first season at ASU, Koetter directed the program to an 8-6 mark in 2002 and a berth in the Holiday Bowl.

Prior to taking over ASU, Koetter spent three seasons as head coach at Boise State where he compiled a 26-10 mark and two consecutive bowl victories. He was a two-time Big West Coach of the Year honoree and two-time conference champion.

A native of Pocatello, Idaho, Koetter played four seasons at Idaho State as the team won a Division I-AA national championship. He graduated in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and earned a master’s degree the following year in athletic administration. Following his graduation, he became head coach at Highland High at age 23 where he compiled a career record of 19-4 and won the 1984 state championship.

Koetter spent the 1985 season as offensive coordinator at San Francisco State and from 1986-88 as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Texas El-Paso. Prior to taking over at Boise State, Koetter served as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Missouri from 1989-93 and offensive coordinator at Boston College (1994-95) and Oregon (1996-97).

Koetter, 51, and his wife, Kim, have two daughters, Kaylee and Kendra, and two sons, Derek and Davis.

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Old 01-07-2011, 03:01 PM   #4
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kidding...he might be a good fit for tebow considering he coaches a running qb...
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:02 PM   #5
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now we start reaching out to people,

who the F is this guy ??
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Koetter was the head coach at Highland High School for two seasons (1983–84) before becoming a full-time college assistant coach.

His college coaching career began in 1985 as the offensive coordinator at San Francisco State, then to UTEP (1986–88), Missouri (1989–93), Boston College (1994–95), and Oregon (1996–97).

Dirk Koetter was the head coach for three seasons at Boise State from 1998–2000, before moving to Arizona State in 2001. His record with the Broncos was 26-10 (.722), with two Big West Conference titles and two bowl victories.

At Arizona State, Koetter compiled a 40-34 record, and four winning seasons in six years. Under Koetter, the Sun Devils became known for a vertical passing attack. He held a 1-11 record against top 10 teams (Oregon 2002), and was 2-19 against ranked teams.

On November 26, 2006, the Arizona Republic reported that Koetter was being terminated as ASU football coach.[1] His final game was the 2006 Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve, a 24-41 loss to the host team.

In 2007, Koetter accepted the position of offensive coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL. In his first season with the Jaguars, the offense improved from 10th in the league (338.9 yards per game) to 7th (357.4 yards per game). Koetter has been instrumental in the development of Jaguars offensive players Maurice Jones-Drew, Mike Sims-Walker, and Marcedes Lewis.
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I like that we're doing our homework.

I like Elway's new "touch point".
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:04 PM   #9
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I hear Dan Hawkins is available as well if they want former Boise guys.
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are you kidding me? how many interviews have they done that already considering the scraps off of mediocre teams.
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:06 PM   #11
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I hear Dan Hawkins is available as well if they want former Boise guys.
I said that first.
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are you kidding me? how many interviews have they done that already considering the scraps off of mediocre teams.
We can't interview anyone from 8 of the top 12 teams.
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:08 PM   #13
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Yuck. Wow. Erf. Jaguars offense isn't exactly a blockbuster.

I'm really starting to lean towords Dennison or Studesville myself.
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Old 01-07-2011, 03:08 PM   #15
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And there's little harm in interviewing a number of guys and doing your due diligence. If anything, it gives you an outsiders' prospective of your organization.
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Decent offensive minded coach, his teams for the most part were TERRIBLE on D at ASU though. No thanks...
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Koetter was considered a reach when his name came up for the CU Buffs coaching job - now the broncos are considering him?
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Yuck. Wow. Erf. Jaguars offense isn't exactly a blockbuster.

I'm really starting to lean towords Dennison or Studesville myself.
While the Jags aren't explosive, they control the ball and have a great rushing attack and rarely turn the ball over. Nothing wrong with that.
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And there's little harm in interviewing a number of guys and doing your due diligence. If anything, it gives you an outsiders' prospective of your organization.
Yep. It also gives you some more to compare the other interviews with. People need to be a little more patient and a little less retarded.
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I'm the anti-panic guy right now, but this dude seems like a no to me, can't hurt to do some do-diligence on some dudes I suppose

I remember his teams always struggling at ASU
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In 2006, Sam Keller and Rudy Carpenter competed for the Arizona State Sun Devils starting quarterback spot. At the end of August before the regular season started, Koetter named Keller, a senior, the starter.

One day later, the sophomore Carpenter went into Koetter's office with his daddy and they informed the coach of the quarterback's plan to transfer.

Koetter sucked up to Carpenter's daddy and changed his mind and named Carpenter the starter. Keller transferred to Nebraska.

Lesson of the story: Koetter has no balls!!! **** HIM AND EVERY FAGGET HERE LIKE TSIGUY THAT WANTS TO GOBBLE HIS NUTS.
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