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  • Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
    Every coach at some point coaches under different coaches. Where does it end? It ends at the position of coordinator. Offensive Coordinator, Defensive Coordinator & (Although rare)ST Coordinator. Joe Judge was a ST coordinator under Belichick so he’s on Bilichicks coaching tree. See how it works?
    That's not how the coaching tree is defined at all. That's obviously your preference, but not accurate. Nick Saban became a coordinator under Belichick but he is considered to be from the Don James coaching tree. He also falls under the Belichick coaching tree but he was first an assistant under Don James.

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    • Browns and Bengals fans don't fear -- help may soon be here. But it's not the franchise savior you've been dreaming of.

      The State Medical Board of Ohio is officially considering a petition that asks Cleveland Browns or Cincinnati Bengals fandom be considered a qualifying condition to legally obtain medical marijuana.

      Seriously.

      The board held an open submission period on the state's website from November 1 to December 31, and there were 28 submissions for potential new qualifying conditions filed electronically.
      Most of the submissions dealt with medical illnesses like Epstein-Barr, PTSD and depression. But there was also this: "Bengals/Browns Fans."

      Tessie Pollock, chief communications officer at the State Medical Board of Ohio, confirmed that the proposed condition is being considered to CNN.


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      • Originally posted by IndelibleScribe View Post

        That's not how the coaching tree is defined at all. That's obviously your preference, but not accurate. Nick Saban became a coordinator under Belichick but he is considered to be from the Don James coaching tree. He also falls under the Belichick coaching tree but he was first an assistant under Don James.
        Being a position coach w/Don James doesn’t make Saban part of Don James coaching tree, but Saban was a DC w/Bilichick.

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        • Originally posted by peacepipe View Post

          Being a position coach w/Don James doesn’t make Saban part of Don James coaching tree, but Saban was a DC w/Bilichick.
          Yes actually it does. Saban even credits James quite often.

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          • Originally posted by IndelibleScribe View Post

            Yes actually it does. Saban even credits James quite often.
            He may give him credit but that doesn’t make part of his coaching tree.

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            • Originally posted by peacepipe View Post

              He may give him credit but that doesn’t make part of his coaching tree.
              Coaching tree


              Saban is from the Don James coaching tree. After Saban finished his degree at Kent State in 1972, James convinced him to join the Kent State coaching staff as a graduate assistant. Saban's coaching career also encompasses the Bill Belichick coaching tree, having worked as his defensive coordinator during Belichick's tenure as head coach of the Cleveland Browns. Saban also worked with Belichick's father, Steve, while on the staff together at Navy in 1982.
              Nick Saban
              Yeah, actually it does. Your definition of how a coaching tree works is not how a coaching tree actually works.

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              • Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
                Browns and Bengals fans don't fear -- help may soon be here. But it's not the franchise savior you've been dreaming of.

                The State Medical Board of Ohio is officially considering a petition that asks Cleveland Browns or Cincinnati Bengals fandom be considered a qualifying condition to legally obtain medical marijuana.

                Seriously.

                The board held an open submission period on the state's website from November 1 to December 31, and there were 28 submissions for potential new qualifying conditions filed electronically.
                Most of the submissions dealt with medical illnesses like Epstein-Barr, PTSD and depression. But there was also this: "Bengals/Browns Fans."

                Tessie Pollock, chief communications officer at the State Medical Board of Ohio, confirmed that the proposed condition is being considered to CNN.


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                love this jets fans have applied for mushrooms and heroin

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                • Marijuana is now legal in chicago just in time for the trubearski years.

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                  • Coaching tree
                    Assistant coaches under James who became NCAA or NFL head coaches:

                    Keith Gilbertson: Idaho (1986–1988), California (1992–1995), Washington (2003–2004)
                    Skip Hall: Boise State (1987-1992)
                    Jim Heacock: Illinois State (1988–1995)
                    Jim Lambright: Washington (1993–1998)
                    Jim E. Mora: New Orleans Saints (1986-1996), Indianapolis Colts (1998-2001)
                    Jim L. Mora: Atlanta Falcons (2004–2006), Seattle Seahawks (2009), UCLA (2012–2017)
                    Gary Pinkel: Toledo (1991–2000), Missouri (2001–2015)
                    Nick Saban: Toledo (1990), Michigan State (1995-1999), LSU (2000-2004), Miami Dolphins (2005-2006), Alabama (2007-present)
                    Matt Simon: North Texas (1994–1997)
                    Bob Stull: UTEP (1986–1988), Missouri (1989–1993)
                    Chris Tormey: Idaho (1995–1999), Nevada (2000–2004)
                    Jeff Woodruff: Eastern Michigan (2000–2003)
                    Nowhere does it say coordinator under James,
                    Don James

                    A coaching tree is similar to a family tree except that it shows the relationships of coaches instead of family members. There are several ways to define a relationship between two coaches. The most common way to make the distinction is if a coach worked as an assistant on a particular head coach's staff for at least a season then that coach can be counted as being a branch on the head coach's coaching tree. Coaching trees can also show philosophical influence from one head coach to an assistant.

                    Coaching trees are common in the National Football League and most coaches in the NFL can trace their lineage back to a certain head coach for whom they previously worked as an assistant.

                    The phrase "coaching tree" has also grown to refer colloquially to any idea or set of ideas originated by an individual or group. For example, an individual may claim an original idiom or phrase as part of his or her coaching tree if used by another individual.

                    Coaching trees are becoming more prominent in today's NFL culture. They are often referenced by various media outlets, such as ESPN.
                    Example
                    In 1998, half of the active head coaches in the National Football League could be traced to Bill Walsh and Tom Landry. Of those fifteen coaches, four (plus Walsh and Landry) had coached a Super Bowl winning team.[2]

                    20 years later, in 2018, an ESPN article showed visually how 28 of the 32 coaches who would serve as NFL head coaches in the upcoming season were connected to head coaches Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick.[3] The only team that wasn't profiled in this particular story was the Indianapolis Colts, who hadn't yet hired a head coach at the time of the article. The Colts would eventually hire Frank Reich. The only 3 NFL head coaches who couldn't be connected to either Parcells or Belichick, according to this said article, were the following coaches: Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs; Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears; and Doug Pederson of the Philadelphia Eagles. Incidentally, both Pederson and Nagy were once former assistants under Reid before becoming head coaches. Additionally, before Reich became head coach of the Colts, he served as Pederson's offensive coordinator of the Eagles, and helped Philadelphia win Super Bowl LII. Therefore, Reich is connected to Reid through Pederson.

                    Coaching tree examples (shown visually below) include Bill Walsh, Marty Schottenheimer, and Bill Parcells.
                    Coaching Tree

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                    • Paul brown vince lombardi shaped the coaching foundations of every coach in football since.
                      the great historian, BB would say the same.

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                        • Originally posted by TonyR View Post
                          Tebow > Lamar.

                          And its not even close.

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                          • Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

                            Tebow > Lamar.

                            And its not even close.
                            never post again

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                            • Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

                              Tebow > Lamar.

                              And its not even close.
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                              • Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

                                Tebow > Lamar.

                                And its not even close.
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