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Browns looking to interview Franklin, Malzahn

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Franklin I understand. He's proven he can change the attitude of a program and win where its very, very difficult.

But Malzahn? Obviously a great coach, but he doesn't even have two full years of HC experience at the college level.

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eh, won't worry until it happens.
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Malzahn is on top of the CFB world. Best coach in first year, awards out the gazoo, Heisman frontrunners coming in next year, fantastic recruiting class, best fanbase, etc.

He isn't going anywhere else in college.



....but the NFL? That's always the big question because coaches love a challenge, and money. Hopefully he saw Saban fail, and brushes it off. However, he might be looking at Chip's success......

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Neither one will happen (both have a pretty significant risk factor involved anyways) though this would definitely provide us with the ultimate trolling material for all the Auburn fans who kept beating the Saban-to-Texas horse :trollface:

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lol.  He's not on my short list.  Is this serious?  They have to be looking at Newton and Chip - I still think that they are crazy.  Franklin would probably be on my short list.

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View PostSECorBust, on 02 January 2014 - 01:23 PM, said:

lol.  He's not on my short list.  Is this serious?  They have to be looking at Newton and Chip - I still think that they are crazy.  Franklin would probably be on my short list.

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NFL aspirations or no, he'd be a Posted Imageing idiot to go to Cleveland.
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Who in their right mind would go to Cleveland voluntarily?

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They would be stupid to consider the Browns at this point, but ultimately I could see them both being in the NFL...if they remain a hot commodity. Personally, it won't get any better than right now for Franklin, he needs to cash in somewhere right now.

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View Postzartan, on 02 January 2014 - 01:46 PM, said:

Who in their right mind would go to Cleveland voluntarily?
In that case it would have to be Kristi Malzhan. Shes def not in her right mind.
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I dont usually refer to blogs as real information.  let me know when espn is reporting it.
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Kristi Malzahn couldn't even find a place that she liked in Ohio.

Looks like old stuff though skip.  Maybe they are not "interested" anymore.

http://www.cbssports...vandys-franklin

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