1913-14

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About 1913-14

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    FOOTBALL,BOWHUNTING
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  1. Heath Evans for HC

    This photo brings back old memories. In the left hand corner, the coach jumping in the air is Paul White, my brother-in-law. He was the S/C coach. I did my grad-internship under him. We had a dozen kids that could bench 500+... now ... 1... times change...
  2. Heath Evans for HC

    Spoken like a true coach...'perfection is the standard' is my mantra to my kids ... they ask to redo drills when they know they can do better...that's when you know you 'have em'...
  3. Heath Evans for HC

    THATS A MOUTHFUL...
  4. Heath Evans for HC

    AND THATS NOT SARCASM
  5. Why is this not targeting?

    Why do I see two OLinemen being spectators and not participants? I've seen way too much of that...
  6. WE ARE IN TOTAL AGREEMENT...
  7. Officiating In the SEC

    HMMMM...they wouldn't do well under close inspection...but this is on GUS
  8. My apologies - I set it on FIRE

    THERE IS NO DEFENSE FOR THE PERFOMANCE I JUST SAW...
  9. Your assessment of our rt. tackle is spot on...but the root lies with the position coach...HERB HAND
  10. Birdman, I have mostly sat by the wayside reading posts for the past few weeks without comment. I just couldn't drink the kool-aid I saw so many get tricked into drinking. We made hay against substandard opponents and today LSU just wanted it more and ,as you correctly assessed, our staff didn't enable the players to compete. I was appalled when I saw us put in Kam and run a stretch play to the boundary. He's coming off an ankle injury that interferes with the ability to plant and cut plus he's our slowest back. Then on the last series it's Devan Barrett,almost never used freshman.Who makes these decisions? The obsession with 'explosive ' pass plays to the detriment of a well thought out scheme is too much to stomach....
  11. Prince Tega didn't play a whole lot, but I noticed him on a couple of plays. On one, he put his head on the wrong side of the DL he was blocking, and KJ had to take a stutter step to let the penetrating defensive lineman overrun the play before taking off for a good gain. On another play, Tega showed excellent quickness and balance. The kid has the tools; he just has to understand the game. Head placement for an offensive lineman is as important as anything he does. That last statement is a mouthful...one of my three cardinal rules for o-line...
  12. Chuck Person

    then don't throw out names...
  13. Upon Further Review - Missouri Game

    In other words...don't let the victory over Mizzou get to your heads...nice win...but we have much work to do...