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An Incomplete Chuck Neinas Resume

Since Chuck Neinas, newly hired as a consultant for UNC's football coaching search, doesn't list the schools he's worked for on his biography, I thought I'd spend a little time on Google trying to suss them out. Here then is a partial list of the schools Neinas has worked for in hiring football coaches, and their ensuing success:

  • Texas Football (1997) - Mack Brown (83-19)
  • Colorado Football (1999) - Gary Barnett (49-39)
  • Oklahoma Football (1999) - Bob Stoops (78-18)
  • Oklahoma State Football (2001) - Les Miles (28-21)
  • Georgia Football (2001) - Mark Richt (57-13)
  • Texas A&M Football (2002) - Dennis Franchione (23-20)
  • Vanderbilt Football (2002) - Bobby Johnson (11-35)
  • Baylor Football (2002) - Guy Morriss (12-24)
  • Notre Dame Football (2002) - George O'Leary (0-0)
  • Notre Dame Football (2002) - Tyrone Willingham (21-15)
  • LSU Football (2004) - Les Miles (11-2)
  • Florida Football (2005) - Urban Meyer (15-4)
  • Colorado Football (2005) - Dan Hawkins (1-7)
  • San Diego State Football (2005) - Chuck Long (1-6)
  • Kansas State Football (2005) - Ron Prince (4-3)
And here are some of the athletic directors he's also been on the search committee to hire (Note the similairites in school names. You hire the guy who helped you get your job to help you do your job, apparently):
  • Oklahoma AD (1998) - Joe Castiglione
  • FIU AD (2000) - Rick Mello
  • Kansas State AD (2001) - Tim Weiser
  • Texas A&M AD (2003) - Bill Byrne
  • Army AD (2004) - Kevin Anderson
  • Colorado AD (2004) - Mike Bohn
  • ECU AD (2004) - Terry Holland
  • USF AD (2004) - Doug Woolard
  • SDSU AD (2005) - Jeff Schemmel
  • Wyoming AD (2006) - Tom Burman
  • Colorado State AD (2006) - Paul Kowalczyk
He's also been linked to hiring decisions at Arizona State, Kansas, Michigan, and Wisconsin, although I couldn't find specifics there. He seems to charge around $39,000 for his services, which have included consulting on a range of televised football issues, including the creation of Conference USA and recreating football at UT-Arlington.