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Browns looking to interview Franklin, Malzahn

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View PostWeglNach, on 01 January 2014 - 10:01 PM, said:

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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Here is something most don't know because ESPN on not reporting it.


Malzahn had previously been tied to the opening at Texas, but Malzahn refuted any interest in the Longhorns in the media and also agreed to a new six-year contract worth $26.85 million before the SEC Championship Game.


Saban signing a new deal eliminating him from Texas was announced over and over. It's their agenda......
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The browns are a horrible job. One because the Steelers Ravens and even the Bengsls are more committed to winning than them. Two. Even Bill Belichick couldn't win there. And three because God hates Cleveland.

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If i was Malzahn or Franklin i'd tell Cleveland to F*ck Off.
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View PostWDavE, on 04 January 2014 - 12:24 PM, said:

Here is something most don't know because ESPN on not reporting it.

Malzahn had previously been tied to the opening at Texas, but Malzahn refuted any interest in the Longhorns in the media and also agreed to a new six-year contract worth $26.85 million before the SEC Championship Game.

Saban signing a new deal eliminating him from Texas was announced over and over. It's their agenda......

Contract extensions don't mean anything to NFL franchises. No one in their right mind would interview with that dumpster fire anyway.

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Browns will probably end up with Josh McDaniels.
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