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Old 08-23-2019, 07:15 PM   #1
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The games kick off tomorrow! Miami v. Florida and Arizona at Hawaii. Let the games begin!
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Old 08-23-2019, 08:50 PM   #2
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Old 08-24-2019, 09:48 PM   #3
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That was a fun game to start the season
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Old 08-24-2019, 10:33 PM   #4
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Florida should drop some after a sloppy game like that one.
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Old 08-25-2019, 05:29 PM   #5
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Either the Florida D-Line is loaded, or Miami's OL is as bad as FSU's was last year.
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Old 08-25-2019, 07:37 PM   #6
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Either the Florida D-Line is loaded, or Miami's OL is as bad as FSU's was last year.

I didn't get to watch the game because of family obligations, but....Miami tool an OL last year who basically had no other offers. A kid I've watched in some camps and watched against my son specifically who wasn't very good. Very good kid not a good player...But had some good clay. MIAMI offered and he committed in about 7 seconds. We talked about him locally thought maybe by his senior year he could be a player....then saw he was STARTING at LT...that tells me all I need to know about their OL
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Old 08-25-2019, 08:22 PM   #7
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No surprise that was the LT, that poor kid got abused all night
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Old 08-26-2019, 11:07 PM   #8
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Old 08-29-2019, 09:26 AM   #9
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Starting tonight, at least one game per day for the next five days.
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Old 08-29-2019, 10:33 PM   #10
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GT manages 294 yards offense while getting manhandled by Clemson. Despite questionable playcalling and player usage that's the most GT has gained vs Clemson since their last win over the Tigers back in 2014
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Old 08-29-2019, 10:50 PM   #11
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Give the devil his due a little bit here. Mark Richt isn't awful as a lengthy analysis guy at the desk after a game.

I don't think his style would translate well in-game, nor do I think he'll be great at halftime (okay, but not great, pace may be too quick), but he's good with explaining the detailed minutiae of how a specific skill/situation is taught.

I'll also say that I felt like I could see him mentally choosing his words for a non-football audience - it's not automatic to him at this point - so he's probably going to get better at that over time.
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Old 08-29-2019, 11:18 PM   #12
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UCLA is a QB away from being much of a bother to anyone. 8-24 and 5 TO's to a team like Cincy? Ugh
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Old 08-29-2019, 11:19 PM   #13
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I'm not a huge college football guy, but isn't Cincy supposed to be sneaky good this year?
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Old 08-29-2019, 11:43 PM   #14
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I'm not a huge college football guy, but isn't Cincy supposed to be sneaky good this year?

Did you watch tonight?

Cincy is a team with some decent players and they are well-coached. They aren't going to beat themselves.

But they showed themselves to be just okay tonight. They played a QB that hit 33% of his throws and turned the ball over four times, including twice on phantom self-fumbles, and the coaching staff (for UCLA) inexplicably started a scat back as not only their primary runner, but really, only runner. They were also missing seven starters, only two of whom were listed as out on the school's self-provided two deep.

The fact that despite all that, UCLA was a horrible refs' call away from being just a FG down with 3 minutes to go, says that UC is perhaps a touch overrated.

Don't get me started on what tonight means for UCLA.
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Old 08-30-2019, 12:20 AM   #15
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Don't get me started on what tonight means for UCLA.

I would be shocked if Chip cant turn this around. I mean if he could turn Oregon to what they were there is no reason he cant make UCLA a power. I cant figure out what he is doing at this point though. Have other coaches really caught up to him this fast?
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Old 08-30-2019, 01:09 AM   #16
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I would be shocked if Chip cant turn this around. I mean if he could turn Oregon to what they were there is no reason he cant make UCLA a power. I cant figure out what he is doing at this point though. Have other coaches really caught up to him this fast?

That's the thing. I don't think they have. His offense by the end of the season last year looked phenomenal. Not Oregon phenomenal, but very very good. It appeared he was doing it again, finding new wrinkles and staying ahead of the game.

His problem seems to be that he just... stops... doing it. He gets in his own way. Maddening playcalling like tonight,.where he goes from looking like a genius one moment to looking like he pulled the next play out of a hat. For instance, he left his properly-sized star RB on the bench (admittedly seems he was dinged up) and started a RB/WR who is all of 5"8" 190 or something like that-- and stuck with him all game. He has plenty of other nornal sized RBs, including the backup on his own provided to media two deep for this game, but he runs the scatback ALL game.

His QB is clearly struggling to go through progressions and make even the simplest of passes. Does he pull him to give a look at a backup who is by most accounts not terribly worse than the starter? No. Does he do some short-throw easy completions to get the starter in a rhythm? Heaven forbid.

He's reading his own press clippings right now, like all he has to do is show up. It's pure ego. His own inexplicable decisions are the reasons for the utter failures and yet he's too egotistical and convinced of his own superiority to acknowledge these issues, admit he's wrong and actually do something like make an adjustment to his precious gameplan.
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Old 08-30-2019, 03:57 AM   #17
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His own inexplicable decisions are the reasons for the utter failures and yet he's too egotistical and convinced of his own superiority to acknowledge these issues, admit he's wrong and actually do something like make an adjustment to his precious gameplan.

When did they hire Paul Johnson?
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Old 08-30-2019, 06:14 AM   #18
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When did they hire Paul Johnson?

I thought he was talking Kirk Ferentz.
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Old 08-30-2019, 12:09 PM   #19
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Give the devil his due a little bit here. Mark Richt isn't awful as a lengthy analysis guy at the desk after a game.

I don't think his style would translate well in-game, nor do I think he'll be great at halftime (okay, but not great, pace may be too quick), but he's good with explaining the detailed minutiae of how a specific skill/situation is taught.

I'll also say that I felt like I could see him mentally choosing his words for a non-football audience - it's not automatic to him at this point - so he's probably going to get better at that over time.

Hes getting blasted on Clemson boards today for his goofy SEC fellating post game. He said aTm would be ready for Clemson because they play in the SEC-W...on the ACCN...if the opposite had been said on the SECN he'd be unemployed already
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Hes getting blasted on Clemson boards today for his goofy SEC fellating post game.

I didn't see/hear that part. I think I was later maybe (he was discussing things like where to position throws on certain routes with, who was it, E.J. Manuel I think)
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Old 08-30-2019, 02:19 PM   #21
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I thought for sure Dorian would clear through by mid-next week, but it just keeps getting slower and slower. Shouldn't be anywhere near a Hurricane in the Carolinas, but could have some weather effect on that A&M/Clemson game (or tailgate!)
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Old 08-30-2019, 07:51 PM   #24
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Looks like it was too early, Rutgers is going into half with a double digit lead
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Old 08-30-2019, 08:03 PM   #25
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Jonathon Taylor is the real deal. He has a heisman type season and Wiscy is int he playoffs.
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:17 PM   #27
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Jonathon Taylor is the real deal. He has a heisman type season and Wiscy is int he playoffs.

He's great. And it looks like there is another good one coming behind him in Nakia Watson. Like always, it will come down to QB play. With Quintez Cephus coming back, there some nice weapons at WR too. But if Coan isn't any better than Hornibrook (not a high bar too clear), they'll look great against teams like USF and Illinois but the better Big Ten teams will give them challenges offensively.
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Old 08-31-2019, 12:58 AM   #28
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Purdue called.

Said WTF just happened.
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Purdue called.

Said WTF just happened.

Purdue being Purdue. "DEFENSE!? We dont play no stinking defense!"
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Old 08-31-2019, 11:36 AM   #30
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Kiffin and FAU getting destroyed by Ohio State. 28-0 halfway through the first quarter.
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Old 08-31-2019, 11:37 AM   #31
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I was grumpy about OSU playing such an obviously over matched opponent, but then they showed Kiffin and I felt much better about it.
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If there's a coach in all the land that seems more likely to be - literally - inbred than Matt F'n Luke I'd hate to see them.

You'd think it'd be difficult for a guy who appears to have the IQ of a turnip to have less football acumen than general knowledge ... and then you see this misbegotten sumbitch & realize it's happening right before your very eyes.
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Purdue being Purdue.

Yeah, I forgot they played last night (vs today). Wife told me the quarterly breakdown and I was basically "oh, they're doing this again, huh."
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Iowa State down 13-10 to Northern Iowa late 3rd. South Alabama back within 7 of Nebraska also late 3rd. And on the flip side Maryland up 72-0 on Howard mid 3rd...
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Northern Iowa playing lights out.

UNI is a tough in state opponent.

Iowa had to block 2 late FGs back to back to beat them a few years ago.

And ISU is really missing their studs from last year.
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And FSU goes down. Willie Taggert remains an idiot.
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There's overmatched and then there's Taggert.
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True FR QB Sam Howell looking good for UNC.

Not looking good? Bottom half of the SEC. At least Kentucky survived?
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Unless UT wins out from here, I can see no reason for Pruitt to be retained.

And I'd bet that the season won't end without at least one coordinator being relieved of his duties by week 6 or 7.

The shocking part though is that they don't look nearly so much unwilling to compete physically as they look unable to compete physically. Whomever has been taking a paycheck under the guise of being a "strength coach" ought to be charged with fraud.
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Not looking good? Bottom half of the SEC. At least Kentucky survived?

They had to practice all spring and fall against the SEC, no wonder they're already beat up
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Somehow Willie Taggert doesn't have the worst end of game execution & playcalling today.

UNC just took a knee on 4th down & gave South Carolina the ball at the 47 with 10 seconds left. They sack Bentley anyways, but man what a bizarre ending.
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Somehow Willie Taggert doesn't have the worst end of game execution & playcalling today.

UNC just took a knee on 4th down & gave South Carolina the ball at the 47 with 10 seconds left. They sack Bentley anyways, but man what a bizarre ending.

I'm not anything resembling a "Mack Brown guy" but his emotion in the post-game was impressively real.
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Unless UT wins out from here, I can see no reason for Pruitt to be retained.

And I'd bet that the season won't end without at least one coordinator being relieved of his duties by week 6 or 7.

The shocking part though is that they don't look nearly so much unwilling to compete physically as they look unable to compete physically. Whomever has been taking a paycheck under the guise of being a "strength coach" ought to be charged with fraud.

Id remind you of Saban losing to ULM ...patience is the name of the game . But Im not sure that a turn around is possible as long as Fulmer is roaming the halls.
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Old 08-31-2019, 06:59 PM   #47
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Id remind you of Saban losing to ULM ...patience is the name of the game . But Im not sure that a turn around is possible as long as Fulmer is roaming the halls.

Whomever approved the hiring of Jim fucking Chaney as anything above janitor is the start of the problem. Nobody ever grieves his departure, you ever notice that? So how fucking dumb do you have to be to hire him TWICE?

As for Phat Phil, I've long been of the notion that he returned specifically with the intent to do as much damage as possible.

As for the ULM comparison,here's where it seems to fall flat: Saban at least tried by all appearances. He didn't go into that game ineptly causing the loss. That's what Pruitt, by his own words mind you, did this week. Midweek, his own words were about "keeping it simple". And what did that get him? A team that played with no energy at all.

That said however, the tone was set by GSU being not just the more physical team but appearing to be the stronger team. How the fuck do you spend the money that's spent in Knoxville and fail to get players to even a bottom feeding D1 level physically? The fucking food budget in Knoxvegas is likely the same as the entire football budget at GSU.

There may be a time when I'm ready to call for the heads of the (likely numerous) scholarship thieves on the roster but this one appeared to be 100% on the staff that does nothing but draw fucking paychecks.
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NDSU paid Butler to come play at Target Field in Minneapolis, the second football game to be hosted there (hosted a D3 game in 2017), and as expected, put a 57-10 smackdown on them.



Our redshirt freshman QB, Trey Lance was 10-11 for 185 yards and 4 TD's. Oh, and he also ran 5 times for 116 yards, and 2 more touchdowns. It's early, but that is one helluva an opening game.
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No opening weekend stumble for the Longhorns this year. College Gameday is coming to Austin next weekend for the LSU matchup.
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