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Easy come, easy go -- Morgan Turner

Morgan Turner, in charge of offensive tackles and tight ends for FIU for two weeks, went back to Stanford to be the assistant in charge of tight ends. Along with offensive line coach Luke Butkus, M. Turner is the second assistant to leave father Ron Turner's staff weeks after being hired.

So, there's an assistant coach's job open again on the football staff.

 

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Seems like a trend around college football these days...

Yep...
Congrats to Morgan. Come on Ron have to hit recruiting

The whole thing is starting to get funny at this point..

Go Basketball!!

You are right... This is becoming very disappointing for the program. Don't really care much about the coaches hiring decisions at this point. Just worried about how all these in one week out the next changes are goint to affect the players and their respect/loyalty to the progam. When will the Boosters/President step in and fix all this? #CONCERNED...

Well, at least we won't have to hear anything about this from the St. Mario of Cristobal contingent. Or maybe I will be proven wrong. Buc?

FIU is a joke…FIGURE IT OUT!

I don't know what the Mario Cristobal supporter's angle is supposed to be on the story of Norv Turner's brother's son becoming tight end coach at Stanford.

But whatever it is imagine I said it, I think Cristobal's good.

Clueless.

I called Mario to ask him his thoughts on this. He said the metal from all the National Championship rings in the office was screwing up his cell phone reception, so He'd have to call be back on it.

This has been the news for the past week. It's trending now.

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