Originally posted by AC49er:Originally posted by billbird2111:
I'm glad all of you saw the game yesterday and saw what a good offense looks like. Tedford knows how to build one.
Bluefalcon and I are going to start a PR campaign in another week or three -- start beating the drum so to speak -- to make a case for Jeff Tedford as the new coach of your struggling and inept San Francisco 49'ers.
I know that many of you who post regularly in this thread are Cal alum or big time Cal fans -- and the last thing you want to see is Tedford leave the Cal program. The Bears are one he** of a good football team -- and that streak of great play started the moment Tedford took over.
As Cal fans you have got to know that Tedford would immediately transform this wretched team into a team to be watched. He did it in just his first season with Cal -- transforming a 1-11 team under Tom Holmoe into 7-5 winners. He has had the Bears gunning for National Championship consideration ever since.
In short -- I can think of no better coach -- no better candidate -- to restore the 49'er franchise. Imagine what Tedford can do with a San Francisco 49'er QB -- any QB.
But the most successful grass-roots PR campaigns have one basic requirement. They need people. A lot of people. People writing letters, posting on blogs, calling the 49'er brass. People make the difference.
Are any of you interested? PM me if you want to help.
You stay away from our coach. He's OURS. Cal football has been the only Bay Area football team watchable year after year and if you take Tedford away s**t will hit the fan. Go find another coach
You're missing the point. At some point -- Cal will lose Tedford. It's gonna happen. Some pro team is going to throw a lot of money at this man and Bear Nation will not be able to compete.
Knowing that you probably will lose him if he continues to win like he has -- where would you rather see him go? The RAMS?
JR -- you bring up some valid points. But remember -- Bill Walsh had NO NFL head coaching experience when he was hired by the Niners. True -- he had been an assistant with the Bengals. I'm not denying this.
But his only two years of HC experience before the Niners came at Stanford.
Yes, he's proof that college coaches can do well on the professional football level.
And if you've bought into yet another late season surge under Singletary -- the same type of late-season surges that gave us false hopes about Nolan -- well -- shame on you.