Friday, December 12, 2008

DeWayne Walker and the other candidates

The names of coaches out there that have an opportunity to be the next coach of the Aggies, I feel like their is more than what meets the eye.

What I'm saying is that there are other names that have not been brought to the forefront. I would not believe that the names you have heard are the only ones in the equation. There are more.

Some are certainly viable. I think Kirby Wilson and Jay Norvell are possibilities. DeWayne Walker? I like Walker a lot. In fact, I think he's more likely to land at a better program than NMSU. He could have been UCLA's coach before Neuheisel grabbed it. I don't see him ending up on the Aggie sidelines.

I also think McKinley Boston is farther along in the process than he is leading on. I believe they have narrowed a list down and are either close to second interviews or are already conducting them. Don't be shocked to see a surprise or two as this thing comes down the wire.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i don't understand. you work for the local paper and you have no idea what is going on. you have no access to the process until boston gives you a call? unbelievable. you are a reporter, right. so you should have ways to find out information, right? that is what you are supposed to be doing. every other major D1 program have people dedicated to the programs they report on. waiting for a call from boston is not reporting the news. if boston gets on a plane, couldn't you get on a plane or atleast find out where he is going? the longer this process takes the more recruits we miss out on and current players we lose because the program has no direction. hello, charley johnson, becasue the more time that goes by, the mor likely nmsu will just take the easy route. don't worry, boston will give you a call after the deal is done so you can "report" on it, officially. you want any more evidence that NMSU will always be the little brother to UNM? just look at their last basketball hire and now football hire. mediocrity suits us.