Monday, November 06, 2006  
3 Questions with Mitch Dobbs
This is a VERY short interview with Mitch Dobbs from BamaMag.com.

What are your thoughts on bringing back Neil Callaway to handle the O-Line and Offensive Coordinator duties? My gut tells me he's out at Georgia after this year.

My thoughts are that I'd probably have a better chance of winning the Alabama's governor's race as a write-in candidate. Didn't his coaching career reach its apex about 10 years ago? I hate to be critical, but I truly doubt he could coach Chris Capps or Kyle Tatum up any better.

Is the Alabama job back to being one of the better jobs in the country?

It's obvious that it's a better job than when Franchione, Price and Shula were hired. And yes, I think one of the best in the country thanks to all the resources that go into winning here.

Can Coach Shula make it through another 7-5 or 8-4 season next year, even with a change at OC?

Short answer: It depends. There has to be a growing level of confidence (not by me, but by Mal Moore, Robert Witt and the Board of Trustees) that Coach Shula has the program going in the right direction. That can't be measured in wins alone.

Thanks Mitch!
 

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