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If BVG is a coach I am the Pope
you cant coach players that dont want to be coached and have no biz playing in the SEC.
Hold on now, while you can teach tackling and call plays, you can't make players make the plays or run the play that's called. I'm pretty BVG is saying to himself "this is the worst defense I've ever coached". Like the old saying goes "You can lead the horse to the water, but you can't make him drink" or however it goes. It is very clear that offensive play calling and defensive performance is the problem.
WAR F. EAGLE
2010 BCS National Champs
What's upsetting is the players are there to make tackles but they can't and won't. So what's a d coordinator to do.
If you watched the first half, our offensive plays have worked well enough but we have failed to execute. We've had open receivers the entire first half but haven't hit the passes or dropped them. Defense is primarily effort and desire and we have neither of those. You can actually be in the right position to make plays which we have at times but no desire to make the play.
We need to make the decision as to the next coach and let him bring in the coaches he feels that he needs to turn things around. If he wants to keep anyone on the present staff, that should be up to him. A clean slate with the athletic staff seems to be a good idea.
Kids, (a) Changing speeds is more important than a curve ball (b) you play defense with your feet & (c) Wayne Hancock is the tits.
fear the stache???
This post was edited by auross 20 months ago
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