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Old 05-29-2012, 10:44 AM   #6
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I think Steinberg would only (possibly) leave for Florida. He's shown that you can win a National Title at Pepperdine, coaches in a great location and he's already been the coach at Alabama.

As already mentioned, you would think Oregon would make a push. Most college teams already wear Nike. Guess it's hard to find guys on the West Coast who will play indoors much of the year. Ohio St./Illinois etc, can at least pull some local guys.

Clemson has so many former players in high profile spots, it's hard to believe they didn't ask any of them to coach after Kriese. Just to name a few, Jay Berger, who heads the USTA Player Development, Frank Salazar, who set up JTCC in College Park, MD (Kudla, Frank, etc) and the place where Kriese is now. Craig Boynton coaches Isner. There are probably 3-4 more former Clemson guys who (if named coach) could do a good job and be able to recruit some name players



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Originally Posted by mackimac View Post
It is getting interesting what do you guys think will happen with these jobs opening up. It could create a ripple effect around the country especially if Boland leaves Virginia.

Oklahoma State

Florida

Princeton

I think Alabama should open up

Hot names for the jobs include

John Roddick Ou
Brett Masi San Diego
Adam Steinberg Pepperdine
Brian Boland (Florida Only)
Kyle Spencer Maryland
Jay Udawai Fresno
Yassir Zaiti ETSU
Derek Mills Santa Clara
Mait Dubois UNCW
Nick Carless Cal Poly

Assistants

Will Glenn Georgia
Pedroso Virginia
Cedric Kaufmann
Tobi Hansen
Chris Woodruff

Just throwing it out there
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