Couple more OC candidates
Yeah, I know there have been a number of threads and many names tossed around but these are some later developments.
Jane Ubb ---
"My motto would be," Jane Ubb told me at the Northland Public Library, "red zone equals end zone. If you get it to the red zone, you have to put in the end zone."
Forgot to ask her how soon she could start.
But, in the interest of thoroughness, and so no one might accuse me of failing to conduct a nationwide search, I interviewed Billy Gardell, the Pittsburgh native now the co-star of the CBS sitcom "Mike and Molly."
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The above is from Gene Colliers hilarious article in today's PG. Another paragraph said:
But, today, I fear they seriously are overcomplicating the offensive coordinator search, particularly in a city where there is an offensive coordinator every 30 feet. In fact, when they announce the attendance at Heinz Field, I think they now say, "Today's attendance, 63,881 offensive coordinators."
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-----Really should be no problem finding a new OC. Plenty to go around.------