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HCSF considers him a mentor. That is good enough for me.I'm not really well versed in what Ron Brown brings to the table. I always felt his humanity and ability to relate were his strengths. Hands on and personal.
If his ability to analyze and scheme are strong, good deal.
Are you serious? We need Ron Brown to see that?I wonder if this is an opportunity for Brown to coach the coaches a little bit. He can probably quickly recognize things like a player not giving effort at times, how to get receivers to consistently block downfield, etc. Little things can turn moderate gains into big gains on offense.
I don't know. All I know is that every position group he's ever coached has performed well. I don't know if that will translate into an analyst position, but he clearly sees and corrects things that other coaches miss.Are you serious? We need Ron Brown to see that?