Florida Full Strength vs Depleted

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    And might I add, our S&C Coordinator isn't exactly ripped himself. His upper body is practically Mickelsonian.
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    So Zook should've stayed and it was all injuries then, right.
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    I didn't say that. But he should have enjoyed at least one loaded experienced team. But no. The noize demanded change, and we saw what happened when Meyer had to work under similar constraints as Zook did.

    IOW, not much difference. ..
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    I don't have much to add other than the comment that this is a great thread full of insightful comments, it's refreshing!

    On the S&C coach, let's not forget that it was just last year that we were raving about him due to the team's conditioning and domination of 4th quarters.
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    Wormwood, pretty in depth group of stats you pulled up.

    I guess it's possible personnel might be and issue, on rare occasion.
    ;~)
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    It's as plain as day, but no one wants to see that. Instead, they prefer pointing fingers and demanding firings. Blaming coaching on everything is much easier than thinking...
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    Wormwood does his homework. Nice job.
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    He can coach strength, he doesn't have to be a bodybuilder.))

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    blame injuries for the bad offense---it seems better that way
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    Exactly. Injuries are the reason that nobody on the offense even looks like they practice!

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