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You lost me at NBA. 

Brammer looked good. Aune looked good minus the INT.  Aune should start and not Bean. Addaway should be the starting RB. Why didn't we play Siggers? Lots of wasted downs with Torrey when Siggers can d

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7 minutes ago, Harry said:

For those who don't have the feed - it's SMU 21-0 3:30 left in the 1st quarter.  If you guys will post the score periodically and after scores it would be appreciate.  I got a couple of PM's from fans that said their cable didn't have the game.

Lucky them...

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5 minutes ago, MeanGreen22 said:

See, I’m in the minority that don’t think the coaching has been that bad over the last few years. I think the level of talent that the roster lacked caught up with them. 

EDIT: Obviously, the defense has been atrocious. I’m speaking on Seth. 

I agree with the lack of talent but how do you grade the coaching when the talent isn’t good? 

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Losing to a team that is significantly better than us while also missing multiple starters is not bad coaching, when our players are worse than theirs it's just difficult to make simple plays just look at how we ran through HBU.  I'll reserve my judgement on our coaching for a game where we are playing a team on our level like Southern Miss 

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Just now, p_phelps said:


No sh!t, I’m not excusing him. I’m just saying how do you even grade coaching (much less give it a pass) when the talent isn’t there in the first place   It’s all an indictment on SL. 

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Great tackle on 4th down. We are a laughing stock. Take all of these 3* defensive players and shove me up your ass. They’re awful. Sorry, but after 30 years of garbage, I’m running out of years. To not be competitive is unacceptable. We have the most expensive staff and great facilities and we still suck ass. Happy birthday to me. 

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