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DarkSaint504 01-07-2004 04:32 PM

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ESPN radio just said the rumor on the streets is that Buddy Teevans may be the next offensive coordinator for the Saints. They had nothing else about the story except the announcment

This was taken off of NOLA.com
I have one question is thhis fact or fiction?

Danno 01-07-2004 04:45 PM

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ESPN radio just said the rumor on the streets is that Buddy Teevans may be the next offensive coordinator for the Saints. They had nothing else about the story except the announcment

This was taken off of NOLA.com
I have one question is thhis fact or fiction?
Who\'s Buddy Teevens?
I don\'t get it?
I\'m confused.
Oh well, gotta go, its beer-30

SaintsRays 01-07-2004 07:22 PM

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Did anybody bother to ask AB what he thinks about a change at OC? AB is the man. It should be up to him.

deadflatbird 01-08-2004 09:21 AM

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Here is what I dug up and I don\'t put ANY stock in this... he is still employed by Stanford and hasn\'t been granted permission to seek other jobs. Please people need to enclose the links with there information.

1979-80 DePauw University – Running Backs
1981-84 Boston University – Offensive Coordinator
1985-86 Maine – Head Coach
1987-91 Dartmouth – Head Coach
1992-96 Tulane – Head Coach
1997-98 Illinois – Offensive Coordinator/Receivers
1999-01 Florida – Running Backs (’99)
Passing Game Coordinator/WR/TE/PK/
Snappers/Holders (’00)
Asst. Offensive Coordinator/TE (’01)

In three years at Florida, the Gator offense ranked among the top-two in the SEC in both total offense and passing offense, and among the top-10 in the nation in passing offense.
Coached in four bowl games at Florida, including the 2002 Orange Bowl.
As assistant offensive coordinator in 2001, Florida’s offense ranked among the best in SEC history.
Recruited most of the team at Tulane that posted a perfect 11-0 regular season record in 1998.
Coached Dartmouth to two straight Ivy League titles in 1990 and ’91, including the school’s first outright title since 1978.
Named New England Coach of the Year in 1992.
Led Maine to winning seasons in 1985 and ’86, the first back-to-back winning seasons at the school in 21 years.

2002 Stanford – Head Coach
http://gostanford.ocsn.com/sports/m-...s_buddy00.html

[Edited on 8/1/2004 by deadflatbird]

WhoDat 01-09-2004 09:04 AM

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If you know New Orleans football you know Buddy. He was the head coach at Tulane for a few years. He brought in a ton of talent but got the axe before they could develop. A year or two after he left they went undefeated and finished 9th in the country I think. That is no small feet for Tulane. I believe Buddy brought in King and Ramsey there.

whowatches 01-09-2004 09:13 AM

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That is no small feet
Didn\'t they sing \"Dixie Chicken\"? :P

Sorry, man, couldn\'t resist. Just tryin\' to help BnB out.

WhoDat 01-09-2004 09:45 AM

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You\'re supposed to be on my side here WW! ;) BUSTED!


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