Coach Bill Cowhler is the Panther's Answer
Banned by Sissies Jan 26, 6:20 p.m.
Well bud, it's not going to happen in the year 2013. Hopefully Rivera will turn the team into a playoff team this year and we wont want two coaches that haven't coached in years.
86wolfAlumn Feb 1, 10:48 a.m.
Cowher would be super. I had hoped we could get him at State but no dice
Constitutional-Defender Feb 3, 8:56 p.m.
Bill Walsh would be super. But he is as washed up as Cowherd and Chuckie. That's why neither have a head coaching job. Period!
RadicalMagick Feb 5, 8:26 p.m.
Are you serious? If you are then you don't know anything about Cowher or football. The only reason Cowher does not have a job is because he retired to spend more time with his family. He has made it clear that at this point he has no desire to return to coaching, if he would decide to return to coaching he would be the first name on any teams list as head coach. The only reason he doesn't have a job as head coach is that he doesn't want one, if and when the time comes that he decides that he wants to return to coaching, every team looking a coach will offer him enough money to make him the highest paid coach. It would be an all out bidding war between the teams. He rebuilt the Steelers program and he left it in great shape. He sure wasn't washed up when he retired and retired as a personal decision, not because of his lack of coaching ability.
Constitutional-Defender Feb 15, 10:32 p.m.
Yeah dude, I'm serious. And I have obviously forgot more about football than you will ever know. Call me when he accepts a head coaching job. Are you serious?
rherring23 Feb 25, 9:57 p.m.
I very seriously doubt that you have forgot more than I'll ever know. And you said it correctly, "when he accepts", the decision to coach or not is his, not because he would not have the job if he decided he wanted one.
rherring23 Feb 25, 10:20 p.m.
And since you have forgot more than I'll ever know, I guess you do know that the Bills, Texans, Eagles, Chargers, Bears, and Browns amoung others contacted him this year for an interview and he turned them down. Hum, for a washed up coach that sure is alot of teams just wasting their time. The Dolphins were the first team to show interest, but he let them know from the beginning that he wasn't interested, so they never requested an interview. He will return to coaching within the next 3 years. His daughters are in college now, which is why he retired to spend more time with his family, so he will be back within the next few years. Man, I sure wish you would remember all of that stuff you have forgot about football, I might could really learn something from you.
Constitutional-Defender Mar 1, 6:51 p.m.
Whatever dude. I will stick by my statement that he will not coach pro football again. If he does, I will bow down gracefully and admit I was wrong. Till then, get over it. AND, IF he does, statistics say he will fail. Remember George Seifert, Jimmy Johnston, Mike Ditka, Bill Parcells, etc? You got an example of a former Super Bowl winning coach that retired and came back to win another? Well, do ya?
LetsGetHigh May 22, 5:38 p.m.
Dick Vermeil comes to mind that retired and came back to win a superbowl.
LetsGetHigh May 22, 5:44 p.m.
Coach Walsh passed away in 2007 and to see yall throw his name around is so disrespectful.
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