Sean Neugent

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At $595,000, does Chris Doyle make too much money?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
9/8/2016

At $595,000, does Chris Doyle make too much money?

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Yes - Too Much!

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92%
No - The $ is Fair WINNER

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8%
Yes - Too Much!

At $595,000, does Chris Doyle make too much money?
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92%
No - The $ is Fair

At $595,000, does Chris Doyle make too much money?
20 Comments
Christopher W. Baran
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Christopher W. Baran

You have to invest to get results

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Karl Burhop
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Karl Burhop

You have to look at input versus output, and then compare to other program averages. Recruit rankings are modest at Iowa, but NFL production ranks high. Also, you have to pay ppl more than what their actually worth in order to keep them at Iowa. Good move.

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Casey Rigdon
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Casey Rigdon

1) Nobody on the staff is around the players more than Doyle. 2) NFL Former Hawks return home to train in IC because of this man and his regimen. 3) He's been there for 18 years. 4) Player development is Iowa's bread and butter. We're turning walk ons into NFL stars. That begins with S&C.

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Hawkeye Slim
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Hawkeye Slim

Player development is critical to Iowa's success. The Hawks get mostly two-star and three-star recruits that the staff develops and molds into teams that are competitive with five-star teams.

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Seth Koerner
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Seth Koerner

First off, forget the idiots who started this on ESPN. The question is, where would the Iowa program be *without* Mr. Doyle and his program. ISU, that's what. I'm pro-capitalist, and whatever the market will bear, so be it. If anything, he's probably under paid.

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Josh Schmitz
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Josh Schmitz

This translates into less injuries and more stamina!

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Mike Sheetz
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Mike Sheetz

he is a huge part of Iowa success, and helps put Hawks that are not 4 Star recruits on the field in the Big Ten, and then on to the NFL. He is, for sure , worth it!

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Jon Wormsley
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Jon Wormsley

Coach Doyle would get paid that and then some if he were to ever leave. He is one of the main reasons Iowa has been able to have the success they have had with the level of recruits they can attract. Nothing but respect for Coach Doyle and I hope he stays another 20 years!

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Robert Boyd
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Robert Boyd

Doyle is much more than simply a strength and conditioning coach. He's essentially an Associate Head Coach...he plays a big role in molding these young men in all facets of their lives. "Experts" outside the Iowa program wouldn't know that...or understand it, as most programs don't have such a guy.

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Ted Krueger
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Ted Krueger

Because of who he has to work with. Lets face it, he doesn't see the 5 and 4 star recruits. I am surprised he hasn't been hired away years ago.

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Gabriel J
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Gabriel J

Because he turn 2-stars and walk-ons into draft picks. Because slow tight ends become all-conference tackles. Because Iowa has reputation of hard-nosed and physical. Because that last drive in the B1G championship game is actually the reason. Who's heard of 9 minute drives?!!! And D Howard is a putz

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David Eddy
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David Eddy

What is too much? for somebody on the same job for 18 years. There have been multiple performance bonuses as well as cost of living. Iowa cannot consistently keep up with the Joneses (Bama, tOSU, etc) when it comes to recruiting. That means building em up and coaching em up. Nuff said

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Troy Knode
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Troy Knode

He is one huge reason Iowa can bring in players that are not ready to play D-1 football and he takes one player at a time and takes them to the strength and healthy way to get more out of players than any other coach has/can. He deserves every nickel he is paid!

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Bill Kindred
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Bill Kindred

Bill Clinton gets more for just one speech.

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Mark J. Grego
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Mark J. Grego

All you have to do is listen to/read what his former players have to say about him and you can tell what he means to them and to the program. Iowa makes the most out of the young men they get and Coach Doyle is a big part of that.

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Sean Neugent
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Sean Neugent

He deserves it. In fact, I think this position should be closer to what Doyle makes than it is currently. These strength/conditioning coaches work with these athletes more than any other coach and how they prepare them in the weight room makes a huge difference on the field.

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Rebecca Meeke
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Rebecca Meeke

Coach Doyle is good at his job and keeping players conditioned for the game.

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Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
9/17/2017

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?

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C.J. Beathard WINNER

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31%
Jake Rudock

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C.J. Beathard

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
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Jake Rudock

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
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Gabe Pyle
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Gabe Pyle

As of now he's the #2 guy in Detroit. CJ is 3rd in San Fran. As far as sneaking into a game goes due to injury or whatever JR is closer. But as far as winning a starting gig goes I think both are a long ways away from that.

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Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
3/25/2017

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?

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Peter Jok

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50%
Nicholas Baer WINNER

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Peter Jok

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
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Brad Schwickerath
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Brad Schwickerath

Wins games at the foul line. Period

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Max Stanley
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Max Stanley

Curt Rambis and Phil Jackson weren't MVP's. Jok is a consistent player and a real drawing card for the opposition while on the floor. Not a spark plug.

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Jonathan Curtis
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Jonathan Curtis

I love baers energy and enjoy watching him play but Jok is a premier scorer and you just can't top that in a player. You can get find guys who play will passion and spark the team. But great scores can't just be mustard up.

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Ryan Vogt
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Ryan Vogt

This shouldnt even be a poll. Baer is great but without Jok (yes, I know he was out 3 games against bad teams) there is no way Iowa has 15 wins.

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Nicholas Baer

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
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Jason Mcneeley
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Jason Mcneeley

Seemed like we played better as a team when jok was out

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Joey Lang 2
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Joey Lang 2

He is much more vital to the future of the team only being a sophomore and Jok a senior.

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Gabe Pyle
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Gabe Pyle

It's not even just the games. With this young team he brings the intensity to practice every game that makes everyone around him have to step up their level of play. It'd be easier with this group to replace Joks scoring then Baers intangibles to me. Scoring hasn't been the issue for this team

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Sean Neugent
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Sean Neugent

He has the heart of a champion and motivates all the players around him to be better. You can't coach the passion that Baer brings.

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