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I don’t know what Indian Burial sight the Pitt side of the Southside Complex was built upon, but something is clearly not right.
Reports are that Bob Bostad’s tenure as O-line coach for Pitt is already over. He is apparently taking the same position in the NFL with the Chicago Bears.
WSCR-670 The Score’s Mike Mulligan reports the official announcement will be coming soon from the Bears.
That said, Bostad has a connection to Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice. Tice’s son, Nate, was a walk-on quarterback on the Badgers the last few years. Bostad also coached Bears offensive tackle Gabe Carimi at Wisconsin.
Tice was recently promoted to become the Bears’ offensive coordinator, replacing Mike Martz.
The only thing that might give pause is that Mike Tice was contacted by the Raiders to interview for their vacant head coaching job. I don’t know. This is just ridiculous.
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Mike Martz says he is retiring from coaching.
The NFL Network first reported his decision this week and Martz told the Chicago Sun-Times, ''It's time.'' He did not return a message left Tuesday.
The architect of ''The Greatest Show on Turf'' as offensive coordinator and head coach of the Rams, Martz spent the past two seasons as the Chicago Bears...
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Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator, Mike Martz, has decided to retire from coaching two weeks after he was released by the organization. The man known as an offensive genius for his complicated scheme that resulted in the Greatest Show on Turf with the St. Louis Rams. However, his tenure with the Bears was not as [...]
Chicago — Former Lions offensive coordinator Mike Martz is retiring from coaching.
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Mike Martz says he is retiring from coaching. The NFL Network first reported his decision this week and Martz told the Chicago Sun-Times, "It's time." He did not return a message left Tuesday. The architect of "The Greatest Show on Turf" as offensive coordinator and head coach of the Rams, Martz spent the past two seasons as the Chicago Bears' offensive coordinator.
Brad Biggs, the Chicago Tribune reporter, is reporting today that The Oakland Raiders have requested to interview the Bears’ newly promoted offensive coordinator, Mike Tice.
According to a club and NFL sources, the Raiders have requested permission to interview Tice for their head coaching position. In accordance with NFL rules, the Bears must grant permission, unlike the move...
Former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz has told NFL Network's Jason La Canfora that he's retiring from coaching in order to 'focus on other opportunities.'
Presumably, at least. How knows if the Steelers will double down on pass happiness and sign Mike Martz just to see how high I'm willing to climb to leap to my demise. Even worse, some are saying Jim Caldwell is a possible replacement candidate. What conversationsFor now, let's just celebrate Bruce Arians being gone forever. Granted, he wasn't the worst offensive coordinator...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Mike Martz says he is retiring from coaching.
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After leaving the Bears, Mike Martz has decided to retire from coaching. (Chicago Sun-Times)
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