Felger: Or maybe Adrian Klemm, as we heard from Bedard, not everyone’s very high on.
Joe Muray: So I think he was pretty good in Oregon.
Alex Barth: I do, too.
Felger: You know, I love how you guys can actually tell me that.
Joe Muray: Yeah. I mean, Bo Nix was at Auburn and was awful.
Alex Barth: He was written off.
Felger: WHO”S BO NIX?
Joe Muray: You don’t know who Bo Nix is?
Alex Barth: His dad played for Auburn, won a national championship there, like in the eighties. He gets recruited….
Joe Muray: He was going to be a top quarterback prospect next year.
Alex Barth: He was supposed to be the savior of that program.
Felger: You’re talking, Oregon?
Alex Barth: No, Auburn.
Joe Muray: He was at Auburn and then transferred to Oregon because of this portal thing.
Alex Barth: Right. He was totally written off at Auburn. Everybody was just done with him. He’s supposed to be a top quarterback recruit, all of that, gets written off at Auburn, goes to Oregon, and they turned him into a Heisman finalist. So and a lot of that was they were scheming stuff up. It was some of those new age schemes where you maximize what the quarterback can do, falling on the offensive line. They’re also one of the best running teams in the PAC-12. In the Nation. Klemm was the run game coordinator. This is the big thing for me, whether the guy has a history with Belichick or not, when McDaniels left and took everybody, there was no smooth transition. Even now, going from Patricia to O’Brien, it’s not exactly a smooth transition. Run game coordinator. Pass game coordinator. Essentially what that is, is assistant offensive coordinator. When Bill O’Brien leaves, because he’s probably looking for his next head coaching gig sooner rather than later, if you have Adrian Klemm, or Shawn Jefferson, or Keenan McCardell, or whoever as the run or pass game coordinator when Bill O’Brien leaves, “alright, that guy’s up”. It’s a very easy transition. I think that that’s the big one to me.