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If I was on the coaching staff I wouldn't play him at all. I would make him a defacto associate head coach and stand him next Pruitt with a headset on so he gets more air time during the game! Maybe even give him call a few plays.
The SEC has no problem issuing fines and at the same time they will use that image of fans storming the field for self promotion of the league. It is a win win for them.
OSU's defense took a big jump this year over last year's squad. Urban loaded his coaching staff up with former coaches and they are doing better without them.
If he is such a good coach why is Ohio State's Defense, a lot better this year than last? Same players look at the jump Chase Young made without him as a coach.
The type of players Penn State is recruiting will not allow them to compete with Ohio State every year. They are pretty far behind them right now and Penn state is probably doing the best they can do
I really want see Florida and Clemson to have to play this guy every year!
Just reported James Franklin is a candidate. Penn State's level of importance is so far behind Ohio State and Michigan that Franklin feels second rate. His ego wouldn't allow him to pass up this opportunity. Also I really want to see Clemson, and Florida to have to go against him every year. Dollar for Dollar he is probably the best coach in america that hasn't won a championship.
FSU should throw a large number at James Franklin. He has peaked at Penn state and he knows it.
Mike Norvell should be the first call. Fayetteville is only 4 hours from Memphis and he should already have plenty of recruiting contacts in that area.
Matt Rhule, Matt Campbell,and Mike Norvell would be a good place to start. If I was a SC fan I would want a top notch coordinator that has been waiting for the right spot or a proven winner. Recruits do what coaches contracts if schools don't renew or extend that is sending a message there could be change in the future.
We've lived through Dooley and Butch years. If SC wants to be successful they should learn from other programs mistakes. Those lame duck years are program killers. Buyouts limit which coaches you can go after and recruiting tanks because the good hires don't happen and it takes years to get back. Is Muchamp's record of 26-23 good enough?
Zero chance Muschamp can get better assistants than the ones that are already on staff. Quality coaches don't sign on with coaches unless the outlook is positive. SC should rip the band aid off before they add more dead weight contracts next year.
This was a good game, however Kentucky played as if they already knew they were out matched. Which being on your third or fourth QB will do that. Playing for time of possession, is never a winning strategy. That's not a knock sometimes that is the only hand to be played. Just act shocked when it doesn't work out.
Playing competitive football gives us credibility. TN still got hosed during the Bama game that is the one I look at more than the SC game. Pruitt took Muschamp to the wood shed with a bunch of scrubs at QB.
Tennessee has a top 10 coaching staff. We replaced both the defensive and offensive coordinators from last year. I know there is no excuse for Georgia State but stumbling out of the gate shouldn't have been a shock. If this was a Dooley or Jones coached team they would have already packed it in and given up but finding these games interesting to watch is this late in the year is refreshing.
Good size. Hope he knows he already needs to drop 50 pounds
FSU should throw a very large number at James Franklin.
Did anyone really think Auburn had a chance at the SEC championship at the beginning of the season? No... I would ride with Nix if Auburn goes 8-4 with a true freshman that isn't anything to be mad about. Mix in the back up if he has some type of wrinkle he can add to a game. Auburn's schedule is probably toughest in the SEC this year. Use that momentum for the years to come.
Zero chance other schools vote yes on this. I really don't have a dog in this fight, but as a SEC fan I would rather see rotating home games. It helps local economies and Florida has it too easy already not traveling out of their state but for 4 away games in a 12 regular season.
Could be a stupid question but why doesn't the NCAA supply the refs? Basketball refs are assigned regional games which is why TV Teddy Valentine can be seen working Big 10, ACC, and SEC games.
Prerequisite to bitc**** about a call or non call is for it to have negatively impacted the game. As dumb as Bama folks are you would think it wouldn't be a hard concept to learn.
I know something Pruitt has a lot more class than Muschamp. There are plenty of things that went on that us fans can continue to talk about, however Pruitt has another big game that he needs to rally his team for. Hopefully the way he handles the refs will help with calls in the long run. Everyone that watched the game knows that the refs affected the game in Bama's favor. Its not good for business when their golden goose is about to get it head cut off!
If the Hogs play like they did against A&M there is a very good chance.
They might not even be undefeated by the time the LSU plays them. The back up can't can't complete a pass further than 10 yards. The only scores were when refs extended the drives for them. Arky really has a legitimate chance at the upset. I would give them 30-40% chance of pulling it off.
They’re pretty cool. I’ve seen a few schools with them now. I’m sure even more will have them next year. I think it’s odd the NCAA allows them because of concussions. If a player is being evaluated on the side lines for a concussion lights sensitivity can actually make symptoms worse.