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Greendylan

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  1. Feels very much like the Dodge era all over again--that is to say, we are not competitive in our own bad conference. To be fair to Dodge, though, his offenses were never this hopeless.
  2. We're at the level of a bad FCS program. Louisiana Tech is without their starting QB and they are just trying out different players (who all are having complete success).
  3. And . . . game over. Louisiana Tech and their backup QB have already scored more than we are capable of amassing for the entire game.
  4. Our O-line looks completely lost and over matched against every single FBS opponent. Meanwhile, our passing game appears as if Ruder and these receivers have never shared a snap in practice.
  5. Shocked that we start with a 3 and out and then they easily drive down and score a TD. Who could have predicted that?!
  6. If Austin Kendall is indeed out, that is a big loss for Louisiana Tech. It is unlikely to affect the outcome of the game, but it might put the point spread in some jeopardy (maybe).
  7. I'm sorry but my green blood will not permit me to make an honest prediction.
  8. Is it possible that Littrell might prefer just to be bought out at this point? The longer he stays on this season, the more damage will be done to his coaching reputation.
  9. I understand the present frustration, but I think that overall Wren has moved NT athletics into a more positive spot than it was in when he first took over. There is a huge football success void that is hard to ignore, but I still feel confident in Wren being the one to make a new hire.
  10. The problem is that we can't just "get back to work" and fix things. CUSA teams that lose a conference matchup by 34 points don't go on the road the next week and beat Louisiana Tech. They just don't. And, that's because Louisiana Tech is never terrible, and they always play with pride at home. And then, the schedule gets tougher. There are one or two teams that we could be competitive with later on in the year, but even that statement is contingent upon keeping the wheels from completely falling off after we are 1-6 and have sustained numerous blowout losses. The one wrinkle we could mix into all of this would be to make a change at the top and re-energize the players (and show the fans that there are limits to how much failure will be accepted).
  11. I don't know if this is a fair statement or not, but there has certainly been a palpable difference ever since things fell through between Littrell and KSU.
  12. Out of the many embarrassments of North Texas athletics over the years, this one is up there. While basketball has brought all sorts of pride and legitimacy to the university over the past few years, football is on a steep downward trajectory. Something is truly wrong, and it's time to show that this level of failure will no longer be tolerated by this athletic department.
  13. The O-line looks confused, outsmarted, undisciplined, and not physically prepared to face a decent rush. But, even that isn't the worst part. The receivers have zero ability to get separation from the coverage, whether through play-calling, talent, preparation or whatever, and this has been the case in every game--including when they were at full strength against Northwestern State.
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