further adventures in Jed York being unsuited for his position
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- 5 years 8 weeks
|25 weeks 4 days ago||I've had enough.||
I've supported Hoke since day one but eventually you have to realize being the players butt buddy doesn't make you a good coach. I'm sick of seeing a team with this much talent underperform year in and year out. At what point do we start putting the blame where it belongs?
|3 years 20 weeks ago||this game was lossed due to||
this game was lossed due to the offenses inability to execute and the O-lines inability to block my 3 year old daughter. Denards passing ability in this game was a joke and blaming the coaches for his errors is an even bigger joke. People all over the media have been saying it for weeks when your entire team relys on one player like this team does when he has a bad game your going to crash and burn which is exactly what happened today. And those of you who say we should have ran more. I guess you were not watching the same game I was. Sparty was not going to allow the run and was gonna make denard beat them with the pass PERIOD
|4 years 28 weeks ago||Offense||
The offense holding on to the ball longer and being more succesfull is a huge part of this season being succesfull. How many games were given away in the fourth quarter or later because the deffense was too tired to stop anybody. Having more experience and better conditioning is going to be huge this year.
|5 years 8 weeks ago||4-8 season||
Lets say RR does have a 4-8 season in 2010. Would letting RR go really be the answer? With having 4 recruiting classes full of players for the spread, wouldnt changing coaches and possibly offensive system again do more harm than good? In my mind it would only cause more losing seasons than winning seasons. Another coach would have to spend another two to three years to recruit players for their system. I think were calling for RR's head way to early. I am prepared to invest at least two more seasons with RR before I start demanding another new coach. Good things come to those who wait.