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Why isn't Steve Mariucci coaching?

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  1. Tunescribe

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    I think Steve Mariucci got raw deals in S.F. and Detroit. Why has this guy been passed up so much? Anyone have a clue?
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    All I know is that when I worked out in SF the hardcore football fans called him "Mary Ucci". That tells you what the fanbase thought of his coaching.
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    I read that some colleges, like UCLA, were interested but he was said to be enjoying the NFL Network relaxed lifestyle; can't say I blame him.
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    Let me see...make $2 million or more working under intense pressure and public scrutiny and villification for 50 weeks per year and working 7 days a week 12 hours a day or more for about 26 of those weeks, or make a few hundred $K and have lots of time off and minimal pressure.

    What to do?
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    I would choose the latter.. I suspect that his compensation for all of the related stuff is pretty close to his former salary..
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