Did Rick Kaczenski cost himself the buyout?

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According to Sipple he has turned down two college coaching offers.

"As for the 40-year-old's coaching future, it's possible he also could
soon be in the NFL. He recently interviewed for a position on an NFL
staff. He's turned down two offers from college teams and is in the
running for two other positions.



But he's willing to sit out a
season. He's also open to entering the private sector. He said he's
essentially at a crossroads in his career. He likes his current
situation as a husband and a father, without the excessive time demands
of coaching. He likes going with his wife to Farrell's gym in south
Lincoln for kickboxing classes. He likes picking up his kids from
school."


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HuskerAlum92

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I am not sure he'll be getting more offers if he's talking about the coaching profession having excessive time demands.
 

oldred

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Not sure what exactly the rule is for AC but do not think a coach has to take just any job.
 

Pennsyhusker

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Good luck to coach Kaz. I thought he did a good job when he was here in both the coaching and recruiting department. I wish him well as he moves on with his life.
 

huskerj12

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Originally posted by Pennsyhusker:
Good luck to coach Kaz. I thought he did a good job when he was here in both the coaching and recruiting department. I wish him well as he moves on with his life.
Agreed
 

GeauxBigRed

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Being able to sit out a year to do things with your family and be with your children is a luxury we all wish we could have. I hope Kaz takes full advantage of his situation.

I don't understand why people have a hard time grasping that.

Good luck coach!

This post was edited on 2/24 9:28 AM by GeauxBigRed
 

Sooner_or_Later

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This would not be worth the fight to go after the money. Just time to move on and pay the man. If Eichorst/Perlman want to play hardball, it would just likely bite them in the ass from a PR standpoint. Time to look forward and no back.