madmaxx7

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    Is 8 Wins/Year Littrell's Ceiling Here?

    What Rick said
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    Is 8 Wins/Year Littrell's Ceiling Here?

    What Rick said
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    How Kiffin Became a Coach

    c CJK5H
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    DRC: UNT evaluating injured players

    A college coach primary goal is to win football games. Their future, players future and University requires them to win for the benefit of all shareholders. NCAA does not require that information concerning injuries be released. A coach would not want to allow next weeks opponent's game plan to improve due to an injury report. I assure you most, if not all ncaa coaches do the same thing because they want to control all they can for both the mental and physical side of the game.. Seth wants to win, we want Seth to win hence we should allow him all the control he can to win next weeks game.
  5. A 6th grader knows the play is not over until the whistle blows Arkansas stopped playing and walked off the field with the ball still in play. That is indicative of poor coaching and lack of discipline. These are SEC football players not Godebow Middle school. Norm Hitzges said on the ticket this morning that Ryan Switzer tried this twice when he was at UNC. I don't remember any furor overer his attempts.
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    Keegan Brewer Punt Return

    Here you go no fair catch - YouTube.webarchive
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    Past Admin deserves cred

    Actually when I wrote the earlier post I think I was the victim of a heavy handed bartender. My response tonight was to see if you have a sense of humor, which you obviously do. I am a 1970 alum and when you mix martini's with what some think ,I am a victim of early onset old timers, you never know what might happen next. Fare well my brother
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    Past Admin deserves cred

    Okay, so whats your real point?
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    Final Thoughts on UA Game from PokeyPig

    The punt return emanated from our Special teams coach noting, on tape, that you guys do not finish strong on punts. Every kid that ever played the game knows the play is not over until the whistle blows. Don't you think players in the SEC should know the rules. Your players turned and walked off the field while the ball was live. That is indicative of poor coaching and lack of discipline. Our return guy ia a walk on who was a trained fire fighter. Sure looked like you guys were way out coached. Good luck with your hiring process.
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    Arkansas 2019 commits

    I just noted that Arkansas is number 22 in 2019 D1 recruiting. After Saturday there should be some decommits They kindly listed the Texas commits which should be good prospects for UNTArkansas 2019 Football Commits in Texas.htmArkansas
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    Past Admin deserves cred

    Oh, I thought you said Dr Phil. my bad
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    Past Admin deserves cred

    Mentioning RV usually causes food fight on this board.
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    Arkansas fans call for intentional targeting

    This play was indicative of poor coaching and lack of discipline by the UA. These guys have been playing football sine Pop Warner days. They know the play is not over until the whistle blows. Watch as they just turn and walk off the field. I read in another post that our special teams coach noticed they did not finish up on punts and used that to our advantage. UA made numerous errors that were indicative of a poorly coached team.
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    Keegan Brewer Punt Return

    Oct 15, 2015 UNC vs Wake Forest
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    Keegan Brewer Punt Return

    Ryan Switzer pulled this off when he was at UNC. After the Cowboys drafted him I went back and watched all his replays on youtube and thought it was genius. He tried it on a return when he was with the Cowboys and got his ass smashed. I must assume someone else at UNT saw that terrific ploy. It can only be pulled off if you have great coaching.