Just read about yet another interviewee as head coach of the Cowboys.
The Cowboys have confirmed that Mike Singletary, Hall of Fame linebacker and 49ers assistant head coach the past two years, will interview for the Cowboys’ vacant head coaching job Tuesday.
Singletary, of course, played at Baylor and was a member of the Chicago Bears’ ’85 Super Bowl team.
Seven coaches have interviewed in the last seven days for the Cowboys’ head coaching job, most recently outside candidates Wade Phillips, Gary Gibbs and Norv Turner.
I am immediately reminded of the most recent NFL Network commercial for America’s Game, featuring a lispy quote by Mr. Singletary:
We knew in that huddle, that was a group destined to apply the kind of pressure that had not been seen before.
And to think that this guy would take over a defense destined to apply pressure that nobody could see because… well, there was no pressure. Interesting.
Interesting note about Bill Parcells in Sports Illustrated:
The 65-year-old Bill Parcells retired as the Cowboys’ coach, but we have to believe he’ll be back as a consultant – probably with the Jets next season – and if there’s a coaching opening he finds intriguing in 2008, he’ll be more than ready to take someone’s money.
I would say OAKLAND, but I don’t know if a 31-year-old head coach needs an old man telling him to run the base 3-4, and only to run the base 3-4.
Just discovered yesterday that Know Your Dallas Cowboys has a Google PageRank of 3! By God, that’s better than a PageRank of 0, which is what I thought it was!
According to some site called RustyBrick.com, though, my predicted PageRank was also 3, so I guess we’re not exactly going anywhere. But that said, I’m not sure why I care about my PageRank anywhere, except that it looks better than 0!