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only part he left out...if the back lines up even with the qb its a pass, if he's a step back it's a run.
Dude last coached in 2008 or so...the kids he would have to recruit don't know who the heck he is as a coach...please stop this madness
Can't run read option plays with a pocket qb. No defense worries about Dormandy keeping the ball because 9.5 times out of 10 he won't and if he does it's not big deal to turn around a catch him 3 yards away.
Yeah, that's what people said when Fulmer was fired. Oh we'll just take someone. Most schools pay up now. 4 million is 4 million no matter who signs the check. Do you think LSU fired Les with planning to hire Ed? Being real is recognizing that throwing money at someone does not grantee that they show up. NFL coaches often struggle in college. So again I ask. Who are you going after?
Here's the problem...who are you going to hire? Give me a realistic name. Chad Morris? Is he ready?, Venables, prob want an offense guy. Satterfield from App State?
So it's a broken ankle and not a broken leg...honestly the recovery is easier from a broken leg. He can make it back this year but conditioning will be tough and his cuts wont be all that smooth after 5 weeks off. I think you have a kid/mom thinking about going pro and a coach hoping for next year.
"Knee sprains" come in 3 grades. 1) is no big deal 2) Partial tear 3) Torn ligament
Prob the best linebacker I've ever seen play in person. Dude is an all time great.
Never one to defend uga but Mizzou plays Purdue, Idaho and Connecticut vs uga's Georgia Tech, App State, and ND. That's a big difference. SOS will change as the season plays out but I'd bet on App State vs any of the 3 non conference teams I listed for Mizzou.
FPI has several elements including strength of schedule if you follow the link they provided you will see that the chart is sorted based on strength of schedule. Don't feel bad though, lots of people don't gather information or think before they speak.
I feel like its early to put Eric Berry on this list.
It's not a bad life lesson for them. How many high school kids change their mind about which college to attend? It's just that few people pay attention to kid that's not playing sports and decides he want to major in biology at Georgia Tech instead of Emory. When it comes to college all kids should do what's best for them and their future.
I don't think its a development issue. It's really easy for a kid to get buried on the Bama depth chart. Also lets be real, not all 4/5 star kids end up performing in college sometimes they are just overrated.
He's covered up a lot of bad, lots oline injuries this year and just bad play in years past.
Most coaches take over programs that have struggled for years, coming off years of bad recruiting and 3/4 maybe 5 win years. Smart was handed a program that won 9 last year and according to recruiting services and georgia fans has had top 10 classes for darn near a decade. It's fair to wonder if this was the right move. Really fair to wonder why a WR got the handoff on 4 and short vs vandy a few weeks ago. If it takes 3 years to rebuild a 4 win team how long does it take to rebuild a 9 win team? But hey from my point of view, best decision ever.
Remember when Gus was coaching for his job? Now they don't look so bad.
Makes sense especially if the plan is to go to 16 teams at some point.
That a team lost 61-14 or that the massive DT got pushed off the ball so easily?
UF/LSU/SEC did the right thing with the UF vs LSU game...there was no way to know exactly where the storm was going or how bad it would be. Better safe than sorry with peoples lives. I'm sure it will all be work worked out.
Nothing if he's healthy by then. I think that's part of the reason for doing the surgery now. A week ago they said they were figuring out which option was best for Maybin's future.
Georgia State has a game there that day. It's there home stadium, at least until Turner Field is renovated.
Not sure how you got that. Moving it to a different day wont put any USC players in danger.
Forget the game...keep people safe. I can't help but imagine that there will be some flooding even without a direct hit. Or maybe play on Monday like the UT vs LSU game in 2005.
Honestly I never hit the panic button, georgia scored and my first thought was the georgia vs AU game a few years ago.
No need to be coy...they run the same plays either way. It's not like prep would change.
It's a college kids are suppose to make decisions that are best for them and their future. That's what Barnett did.
He would instantly be as big in Louisiana. A lot of LSU fans still remember the years before Saban took over at LSU and the success they had while he was there. Maybe he has a desire to go back. He's 64, soon to be 65 so realistically he's probably only around for 2/3 more years, that's the bigger issue.
I honestly thought that was part of the reason Chavis left LSU.
That LSU line seemed off to start how much it moves now.
Thought he would go at the end of the season...or maybe at the end of October. It was no win bringing him back this year after the way last season ended. If he wants a job someone will be glad to hire him but it's probably the end.