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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by gatornation3, Nov 17, 2013.
Think about that.
We got to see a some of the younger guys get some playing time. Good to get to see them play and it will help the team later the more snaps they get.
I agree with the OP - we will be a very good team next year.
What would this board be like if Shaw didn't have such a bad night missing many wide open receivers??
Gray like I used to tell emplyees who complained about something. "Don't come to me unless you have a proposed solution"! It's easy to criticize .Who,When,How...?
I'm not terrible, I've just been right about our situation all along.
A year can make a huge difference in both directions for a team.
Actually that's not quite what he said. He said people can criticize him all they want but to get a grip when it comes to criticizing the players (or something along those lines).
If that is the case, then USCe had poor coaching...right?
Another dig at Spurrier? Nice work. :roll:
IF you're a Gator fan, you are easily the most negative one I know. "In all kinds of weather...." in your world must be a constant 75 and sunny or it doesnt apply.
Why not? There are digs at Muschamp left and right. Only fair, right? Spurrier's not sacred to me.
So him running for his life and multiple sacks due to our pass rush had nothing to do with his bad game.. so no credit for the Gator D?
Of course not! But if Driskel or Murphy lose game due to multiple interceptions, that is the fault of our coaching staff. Opposing defenses have nothing to do with it.
It seems that it goes well beyond that. You've become almost automatic with your negative Spurrier comments.
Certainly, no coach is above reproach, not even the great Saban, but SOS's record is just a wee bit better than WM's, so equating their coaching seems pretty petty to me. I dont think SOS ever lost more than 4 games at UF and hasnt had a losing season at SC or UF.
But carry on, if it makes you happy.
It's for omission, as the word implies, for example "What the ..."
Nope. Just pointing out the blatant double standard.
He never had a team anywhere that lost a dozen starters due to attrition PLUS seven starters due to injuries. if he did, he too would have a losing season, especially with his mediocre offense at USCe.
Fairness makes me happy. Not double standards and being content to blame coordinators and/or players when favored coaches lose games. I cut SOS, Saban and Meyer NO slack. If Muschamp is responsible for losing games, so are the legends.
Wormwood is Gator Country's self-appointed "Fairness" Guru. Of course, since fairness is totally subjective, all that matters is if Wormwood thinks a thing is fair. I have found that his idea of fairness doesn't exactly line up with anyone else's, and suspect that the whole fairness thing is just a smokescreen that he uses to participate in his own stated favorite pastime of tweaking people's noses and pulling people's chains. In other words, he really, really likes to argue.
I see a grammatical error.
You think my opinion is singular? Got a hint for ya: it's not.
Damned right I am fair. I haven't analyzed anything with emotions for decades. Years of college cures that (or at least it should).
The definition of a lost argument is when the respondent does not rebut the point, but attack the poster. It makes them write things that are utterly illogical.
Run long, "doc." Find someone else to antagonize.