I don't normally do this but this headline out of Minnesota made me laugh, so I wanted to share it:
If Gophers fire Brewster, Tony Dungy will be first on their list.
I understand that Dungy went to the University of Minnesota but do you honestly think he would head back to coaching for a chance to lead the Golden Gophers? If they call, he doesn't have to answer.
What Bill Parcells and Jon Gruden aren't options? I know everyone believes their program is the best job in the world, but there isn't even a 1 percent chance Dungy would take that job. He is well paid by NBC and I don't think he is interested in going out and recruiting every weekend.
The article also mentions, Marc Trestman who is currently coaching in the CFL. That would be a better bet. I will throw a wild card name out there, who would be a good fit and spent six seasons with the Vikings: Brian Billick.
Having a guy with a Super Bowl ring would really help in recruiting.
With Minnesota in Michigan's section of the new Big Ten Conference, maybe I should have kept that idea to myself.