I highly doubt that there is any truth to this report from CSTV, but I’ll share it with you guys anyways.
A new name has surfaced in Michigan’s search to replace Lloyd Carr. A source confirms that University of Delaware coach KC Keeler is being heavily considered to take over in Ann Arbor.
Keeler’s Blue Hens take on Appalachian State this weekend in the I-AA Championship game. Prior to Delaware, the UD alum coached at Rowan College in New Jersey. His 2003 Delaware team won the national title.
The irony of it all right now is quite funny since Delaware has the same helmets as Michigan. Hopefully for their sake they play better against Appalachian State than U-M did.
As far as this Keeler guy goes, if Bill Martin hired him, he would literally be forced out of Ann Arbor physically. I’m talking riots here people. There is just no way, after all of the crap he’s screwed up all ready, that Martin could get away with hiring this guy. And I know, Jim Tressel coached in I-AA before going to Ohio State. Don’t even bother making the comparison here. Keeler hasn’t had great seasons year-after-year. Although Tressel struggled every once in a while, he was winning national titles on a consistent basis and had much more experience.