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    Default Mark Mangino to Youngstown State.

    NBC Sports is reporting Mangino has been hired Youngstown State as an assistant head coach and tight ends coach. He was an assistant under Tressel when he was there from 85-87. Quite a drop for a former BCS coach who coached in an Orange Bowl. His later Kansas teams were pretty decent.

    If someone could post a link for me, that would be great. I saw this on my NBC Sports Talk App and my work blocks anything sports related.

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    Interesting news...I did a quick search and found the story on Yahoo sports. Here's the link:
    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-...73--ncaaf.html

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    Crap! Mangino does a great job. As a Husker fan I watched several of his teams dismantle the Cornhuskers. Hopefully he goes out-of-conference soon.
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    He left his last job under a cloud of allegations he mistreated players. Not so sure why this is a good thing for Youngstown then.

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    Because he wins.
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    2002 Kansas 210
    2003 Kansas 67
    2004 Kansas 47
    2005 Kansas 75
    2006 Kansas 66
    2007 Kansas 121
    2008 Kansas 85
    2009 Kansas 57
    Kansas: 5048
    Total: 5048

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoVaJack View Post
    He left his last job under a cloud of allegations he mistreated players. Not so sure why this is a good thing for Youngstown then.
    In the article cited in the links, Mangino respects Wofford who inturn respects Coach Stig. This could mean a turning of a leaf by Mangino from a moral perspective and SDSU may struggle from now on in beating Youngstown. Wofford is a moral and a very good coach and now help is on its way as long as Mangino is on a leesh. Whether Mangino's ego can tolerate a leesh remains to be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWMandSDSU View Post
    2002 Kansas 2–10
    2003 Kansas 6–7
    2004 Kansas 4–7
    2005 Kansas 7–5
    2006 Kansas 6–6
    2007 Kansas 12–1
    2008 Kansas 8–5
    2009 Kansas 5–7
    Kansas: 50–48
    Total: 50–48
    Above 500 at KU is good, right? (Asking for a friend.)
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    Default Re: Mark Mangino to Youngstown State.

    Jaawks have a 47.7 winning percentage so yes, above 0.500 is good

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    Default Re: Mark Mangino to Youngstown State.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nidaros View Post
    In the article cited in the links, Mangino respects Wofford who inturn respects Coach Stig. This could mean a turning of a leaf by Mangino from a moral perspective and SDSU may struggle from now on in beating Youngstown. Wofford is a moral and a very good coach and now help is on its way as long as Mangino is on a leesh. Whether Mangino's ego can tolerate a leesh remains to be seen.
    Were any of these allegations actually substantiated? It is crazy how a player can cry wolf one day and the coach is gone the next.
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