I can't find anything... Was there one? Anyone know where to find video? Audio? A summery?
Mike Lantry, 1972
He gave a brief interview with Jim B. I don't recall any interesting tidbits.
about this and that, I have to look at the film, we'll look at our personel, coaches need to be better etc etc.
Probably choked back tears because he knows he's fuking up the best job he'll ever have.
I'm sure he's more upset with himself and the loss than you are.
They definitely showed him wiping his eyes on at least 3 occasions during the game on tv.
ok, extremely negative POV but it's getting hard to argue...
Do you really want to hear it? I would imagine RR would ay something along the lines of "you can't win when you turn the ball over so many times and do not score when you are in the red zone."
+1 to you Bryan
Turning point in this game was Michigan getting stuffed on the goal line. That mistake was the fault of the players, not the coaches.
I have some thoughts about the offense w/ Tate, but these coaches put the players in position to win and the players didn't execute.
make the call to run Carlos Brown on 1st, 2nd and Third and Goal? He must have. I'm sure that the coaches didn't have any input into that decision. I mean, the coaches probably called the 1st and 2nd down plays for Grady and Tate audibled. On third down, I'm sure Brandon Minor was on his way to the field when Tate snapped it early. Guess you're right.
Why would you want to hear it? Why relive the worst.........
Isn't that what we do here? "re-live"? May as well hear it straight from the Captain of our sinking ship.
I'd like to hear him discuss what he sees on all that damned "film"; I'd like him to summarize all the film that he's watched this year and tell us what he's tried to implement to counter that film and in which ways the film of future games should not mimic past films.
Cause a reasonable question would probably be: why did you coach like that?
The team played decent in the first half. He caused a meltdown himself, and he couldn't get them back.
If that's a Rod Marinelli joke, it's not funny.
to "execute" better.
Ah, back in September, those were the days, so full of promise, ...
"all Coachable issues (though I have no idea how to coach them)"
I didn't catch the Presser. It was all I could do to watch the end of the game. I am a firm believer that RR needs time, but with this last loss people are beginning to break out the torches and pitchforks. I am a firm believer that turnovers are a "coaching" issue. This is a matter of discipline (of the coaches and athletes) and having athletes that along with having fast 40 times are intelligent enough to not make careless mistakes.
Rich was probably crying because he knows the heat will be turned up much higher that it was before.
I love the folks that think every loss is his fault and every win is because of Tate or whoever. He can't coach yet he beat Wiscy last year when they were a top 10 team, he beat Notre Dame this year he nearly beat Iowa this year. But you're all right, he's done NOTHING respectable in his tenure thus far. He should just be shoveled out of town. Seems like half you geniuses migrated over from RCMB.
But let's also not make it seem like he's making great strides either because he isn't. We have one win over a credible team this year and then what? Wins over Western, Eastern, Indiana, and Deleware St? Wisconsin was also overrated last year and ended up .500. I am not saying run him out of town but will next year be different? I don't think so as we lose Minor, Brown, Mathews, and Graham who are all major contributors on each side of the ball.