Tennessee Volunteers Pursuing Rich Bisaccia

According to Jimmy Hyams, the Univerity of Tennessee is pursuing our special teams coach to become their Special Teams/Tight Ends coach. If Bisaccia were to leave, it would be a big loss for our coaching staff. Bisaccia transformed the worst special teams squad in HISTORY to something decent. We weren’t spectacular but we were much improved and we even had some flashes of brilliance.

Richard Goodman was named special teams player of the week in the final week of the season after he returned a kick 105 yards and we also pulled off a fake punt that helped swing the momentum in a game and spring another victory. We need to keep Bisaccia here in San Diego.

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  • RussellGrant

    This would be a FAIL for the Chargers in my book. He’s got the Chargers Special Teams working right. Losing him would be a step back

  • http://boltbeat.com/ epadaon

    Rich got the unit playing really well.. and i think it would be a step backward if he were to leave. we were moving in a good direction with them and we want to continue to see the progress from those guys

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