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Can Javion Hamlet play football?

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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1 minute ago, Professor Lambeau said:

How? Trying a fake punt on your own side of field when you are down by 21 points.

Touché. That was not only a bad call but a lousy design. 

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4 minutes ago, meanrob said:

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

There lies the problem. It’s difficult. Seth came here as an offensive guru guy and he has *mostly* lived up to that. Hasn’t done that well finding a “ying” to his “yang” outside of the first year. 
 

but recruitment has really picked up and I do think he has some extremely talent players that need a year or so seasoning. 

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1 minute ago, MeanGreen22 said:

There lies the problem. It’s difficult. Seth came here as an offensive guru guy and he has *mostly* lived up to that. Hasn’t done that well finding a “ying” to his “yang” outside of the first year. 
 

but recruitment has really picked up and I do think he has some extremely talent players that need a year or so seasoning. 

No. Just, no. 

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4 minutes ago, ghost_of_darrell_dickey said:

I kind of think going for it on 4th right there was a pretty big sign of disrespect. I know it's only the 1st but there's no need to run up the score like that. Poor sportsmanship imo. 

Mostly /s

So it’s their fault for trying to score? Or is it our fault for not being able to stop them? It’s on us. 

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1 minute ago, MeanGreen22 said:

There lies the problem. It’s difficult. Seth came here as an offensive guru guy and he has *mostly* lived up to that. Hasn’t done that well finding a “ying” to his “yang” outside of the first year. 
 

but recruitment has really picked up and I do think he has some extremely talent players that need a year or so seasoning. 

Until he does it without Fine I’m holding judgement that he’s a good offensive coach. 

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6 minutes ago, UNT18Grad said:

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 

We aren’t playing Clemson. It’s SMU. 

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3 minutes ago, meanrob said:

Until he does it without Fine I’m holding judgement that he’s a good offensive coach. 

His body of work throughout his career says he’s a good offensive coach. Just look at his stops and how much the offensive evolved at each place. 
 

I’ll entertain the idea that he’s been average as a head coach but to say he’s not a good OFFENSIVE coach would be ignoring obvious facts and stats. 

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8 minutes ago, meanrob 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. 

Luckily, that's not part of his job. /s

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2 minutes ago, MeanGreen22 said:

His body of work throughout his career says he’s a good offensive coach. Just look at his stops and how much the offensive evolved at each place. 
 

I’ll entertain the idea that he’s been average as a head coach but to say he’s not a good OFFENSIVE coach would be ignoring obvious facts and stats. 

You think I really give a damn how he did at Indiana? 

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2 minutes ago, MeanGreen22 said:

His body of work throughout his career says he’s a good offensive coach. Just look at his stops and how much the offensive evolved at each place. 

And you consider our offense tonight improved?

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