ArgoEagle

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  1. 2018 4* Buck Richard Jibunor

    Should the basic rule of thumb not be that when the receiver is either running full speed on a long route, or is very close to the sideline that the db should not turn his head around to look for the ball when the receiver turns to look for the ball?
  2. 2018 4* Buck Richard Jibunor

    This is my pet peave. C. Davis is always right on the receiver, but he tries to knock the ball away once the receiver catches it. How many int's would he have alone if he would just turn around and find the ball?
  3. A few thoughts on M. Willis....

    That's the thing I don't like about Gus. He doesn't tell it like it is; keeps everything tight lipped and has to do a lot of explaining after something don't work like he had planned. Gus does not have anybody snowed about himself, or his offensive genius (laugh) anymore.
  4. We doing Mizzou Look-a-likes?

    Hilarious! That's the closest thing I've seen to a cone shaped head on a person.
  5. Who Do You Want?

    I think we need to ask ourselves the question which of these coaches can take us to the next level of being a double digit win team year in and year out and also being a contender for the SEC Championship and the playoffs? The only proven coach I've seen that could accomplish this that we have a reasonable shot at getting is Mullen. He is a proven offensive mind and qb developer, and with our recruiting pool, all he would have to do is hire a really good d-coord, or simply try to keep our d staff on hand. The other candidates would either be not gettable or shots in the dark.
  6. Sean White dismissed

    Agree with you. For the record, I was not calling Sean an addict, just making a generalized statement about addicts. I don't know if he is or not. I do know he does not do well with second chances. It's ok to make a mistake ( that is ignorance), but not to learn from that mistake is stupidity.
  7. Sean White dismissed

    I know I'll probably get hammered for this by a few people, but going to say it anyway. I always have taught the youth in my church that if you don't ever take that first drink of alcohol, you will never be an alcoholic and you don't ever partake of that first drug, you will never be a drug addict. Abstinence is always the best policy to not ruining your life (doesn't mean it won't get ruined some other way; in my case marrying the wrong woman). Just think if Sean hadn't taken that first drink, he would not be in the embarrassing situation he is in now.
  8. I got off the Gus Bus after Mercer.

    After giving Gus every benefit of the doubt over the past 5 years and now looking at his teams' performances up to this past game with Mercer and our teams' records it is pretty obvious to me that Gus just does not have what it takes to be a power 5 head coach. He would be well suited to be coaching in an FCS conference, or just go back to being an OC. He is the worst in-game adjustment coach I have ever seen; it's plan A or nothing. he should have already had Willis in a couple of these games getting experience and getting him ready. Up until this last game he had not turned the O over to anybody and still had the headsets on this past game seemingly influencing the offense. I feel like his players on offense are quitting on him (evidenced by all the fumbles and lackluster efforts of our offense thus far.) One way or the other unless some unexpected major changes are made on offense before we get to the meat of our schedule, Gus will be saying goodbye by the end of this season.
  9. A few thoughts on M. Willis....

    I really think the whole matter comes down to this: Gus has proven that the only 2 years his offense has worked in the SEC is when we had true dual threat qbs (Cam and Nick). Obviously we could tell by the play calling Sat. that he has not turned the offense over to anybody. The only thing different was we were trying to throw the ball downfield 30-40 yards (bad strategy). One of 2 things needs to happen: 1. If Gus insists on running this same offense, then Stidham is not the guy to run it b/c he is not a threat to run and the defense can pin their ears back and sack, sack, sack all night. In this case, he may as well go ahead and put Willis in being as he is much closer to a dt qb. 2. What I would like to see is Gus truly turn the O over to Chip and install a conventional passing game that is more suited to JS' skills. If Gus does not make a change one way or the other, then you can rack up losses to good defenses ( GA, ALA, LSU and possibly atm) resulting in either an 8-4 or 7-5 season and Gus' firing. I hope Gus finally sees the light and changes b/c I don't know we could get the coach we need to take us to the next level.
  10. I think this is the year. Problem is if Bruce can't get it done at AU then who can?
  11. Breaking News

    Gives me a flashback to the 80s when real men wore short shorts. They did look atrocious on Larry Bird though.
  12. Look sir. I have never once agreed with your's or Homer's opinions that I can remember. I feel that if yall 2 are disagreeing with what I am posting, that I am doing something right. You can hurl all the insults at me you want to; doesn't bother me.
  13. Well the Bible does say that we Christians will be a peculiar people to the rest of the world, so I will take that as a compliment.