Herm will be Back in 2022

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This has a Dirk Koetter feel to it. He would continuously kick the crap out of Arizona and keep his job. With some major jobs being open it’s probably smart to play it safe with Herm.
 

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Give it two seasons and the conference will be Diana Ross and the Supremes. USC is back
 

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As for Herm - I bet the AD looked at the coaching landscape and was like, “yeah let’s just keep Herm.” Then again, asu shouldn’t scoff at being a perennial 8-9 win team.
 

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As for Herm - I bet the AD looked at the coaching landscape and was like, “yeah let’s just keep Herm.” Then again, asu shouldn’t scoff at being a perennial 8-9 win team.
I agree with both points. ASU is really a 7-9 win team annually and the sooner everyone accepts that the better. ASU likely will not be able to get a high profile established head coach that can have the team in playoff contention
 

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Ironically, I am not sure this isn’t a step down for Lincoln.
Oklahoma was just going to be another school in the SEC in a few years. Smart to go to a team with the potential to rule an entire P5 conference.
 

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The fact is Herm stinks as a coach. ASU could hire literally just about anybody and get essentially the same results they have gotten with Herm. He has done pretty much the same as Graham, Erickson, and Koetter... all of whom were acknowledged underachievers here. The only difference being they didn't have some old pal as the AD covering for them.
 
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