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FormerlySec38Row34

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  1. Saban went 7-6 in his first season at bammer, so I ask, what were you expecting?
  2. Three things were glaring errors in coaching. One, TJ was so hobbled that he gave bammer the chance to stuff the run game even worse than it already had. They could have at least tried Loy or DD. They could have gone back to TJ if they didn't work. Remember, TJ threw two int's and was throwing behind on many of his passes Two, Bigsby should have been coached better in the situation to know that he should have gotten down inside the lines and forced bammer to use their final timeout and run another 40 seconds off the clock before bammer's last, game-tying possession. Three Derrick Mason inexplicably stopped putting pressure on Young, giving him time to pick our secondary apart, all the way to the end zone. He went 98 yards in a minute and a half because he had time in the pocket. This game could have been won in regulation, as bad as the offense was playing in the second half (thanks to keeping a hobbled QB in the game).
  3. So, the same coach who rips players for switching commitments away from bammer, has no qualms with players who switch their commitment to bammer. Very interesting. Can you say, Big-a$$ed hypocrite?
  4. This is exactly what I would fear the most. Money guys who THINK they know best
  5. You're right. The 4th and 7 play was a prime example. The corner was blitzing and he missed the WR that was left by the corner. He could have easily made the first down. Instead, he tried to force a ball into coverage, and it was late to boot. Some of the hits he's taking are of his own making.
  6. So what I'm seeing you say is Stidham has lost his will to take a hit and run it. I don't believe he even tried to run it last night. Am I wrong?
  7. This problem didn't start this season. Looking back to the SEC championship game and the Peach Bowl, I saw him overthrowing balls badly, even then. I thought it was the new stadium, but it has continued into this year. Jarrett has only hit a few of the deep balls accurately starting back then. Many times, the receivers have bailed him out with some great catches, but it really came to a head last night. He badly misjudged on several throws. The one he missed on the play that had Slayton so open that he could have walked into the end zone from the 20, was just the most obvious. He badly missed on a fade that no one even had a chance to make a play on, let alone catch. The second throw in the back corner that Slayton bobbled (trying to keep a foot in bounds) was too high and too hard for the situation. It pushed him back too far. The lack of protection has had a devastating effect on him, mentally. He's been looking for the rush instead of his progressions, which admittedly, he hasn't had a lot of time to do. He's got happy feet, and I don't blame him for that. Our right tackle could not handle the speed rush from Sweat, and our coaches did absolutely nothing to help him out. JS has a real confidence issue that the coaching staff isn't addressing. My other big beef is the fact that Fitzgerald ate our lunch on the QB draw, and Steele never made an adjustment to stop, or even slow it down. When the QB is their top rusher and puts up bigger rushing stats than your entire offense, there's a problem. I concede that when the time of possession favors the opponent by a 3-to-1 margin, the defense is going to get exhausted, but he was gashing us right from the start, and it only got worse. There are some real problems going down, and it's getting worse every week. Malzahn says "We'll fix this". My question to you, coach, is when?
  8. From LMR's "What I Think I saw post- I am not one to believe “the officials are out to get us”. But LSU, which has had problems with their offensive line this season, obviously made a conscious decision to hold until the officials called it. They never did call it, and the holding was rampant on both pass and run plays from beginning to end. I’ll admit, the no-call on Greedy Williams holding Darius Slayton with both hands in clear view of a huge play, followed by the tacky PI call on Jamel Dean, did make me consider jumping over to the conspiracy side of things.
  9. Per JMR on his "What I think I saw" Post: I am not one to believe “the officials are out to get us”. But LSU, which has had problems with their offensive line this season, obviously made a conscious decision to hold until the officials called it. They never did call it, and the holding was rampant on both pass and run plays from beginning to end. I’ll admit, the no-call on Greedy Williams holding Darius Slayton with both hands in clear view of a huge play, followed by the tacky PI call on Jamel Dean, did make me consider jumping over to the conspiracy side of things.
  10. If it was aimed at the talking heads, why would you say "F*** Auburn"? I fully believe it was aimed at Auburn. LSU is one of the most classless programs in the SEC, so it doesn't even surprise me.
  11. 61 Male Hueytown, AL Didn't attend Auburn. Originally from Maryland came here in '76
  12. About two inches here in Hueytown, AL. Still snowing lightly
  13. If Clemson loses to Miami, and OK/Wisc hold serve, a win for AU in the SECCG puts us in the #1 seed and Bama (currently #5) moves up to #4 and we play them in the first round. With Miami being back three spots, they won't jump bammer due to the bad loss to Pitt. ACC gets left out.
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