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It's just too bad he can't bring LT with him, but at least from the outset I'm OK with them hiring a promising assistant who's probably ready to be a head coach over a retread. Ask me again at the end of the season if I'm OK with this, though.

    Originally posted by The Miami Herald
    San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been chosen as the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins.

    As a 16-day, coast-to-coast search for former coach Nick Saban's replacement came to its end today, Dolphins officials concluded that Cameron indeed was their man. A news conference was called for 7 tonight.





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18-37 in 5 seasons as head coach at Indiana. Now, to be fair, no one wins at Indiana. But, you would think a sub-.333 career record as a head coach would make someone the object of the Lions affections, not the Dolphins.
As for not being able to bring Tomlinson with him: He pretty much forgot he had him in the second half against New England.



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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    18-37 in 5 seasons as head coach at Indiana. Now, to be fair, no one wins at Indiana. But, you would think a sub-.333 career record as a head coach would make someone the object of the Lions affections, not the Dolphins.
    As for not being able to bring Tomlinson with him: He pretty much forgot he had him in the second half against New England.


The screwy part of that was the one time Marty absolutely NEEDED to play MartyBall, he doesn't.



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He's got a pretty dang good RB in Ronnie Brown to work with in Miami ... it's just Brown's supporting cast that's suspect.
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    He's got a pretty dang good RB in Ronnie Brown to work with in Miami ... it's just Brown's supporting cast that's suspect.


Don't forget that Ricky Williams should be coming back (again) this year...if he's got anything in the tank, the Dolphins could have a very nice running game.





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I dont think that would happen here. Holtz seems to want Spurrier to have the job. They are basically buddies from what I understand. Also, South Carolina usually turns out pretty good football talent.
- rockdotcom_2.0, Spurrier goes to USC. (2004)
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