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  1. waldosnblvw
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    Just stopped by our tailgate and said "glad this sh@t offense is over".....wonder if they already know pease is out or maybe referring to the season?
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    lol, probably both. I think as bad as it can be for fans, its a million times worse for players. It's one thing to be terrible at a school that is used to it (i.e. Duke), it's another thing to be worse than any of your predecessors since 1979. A lot of these guys live and breathe football, and now it's no longer fun for them. I can sympathize.
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    Didn't anybody ask him?
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    lol right, so hiring a 3rd OC in 4 years will fix everything, Ian
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    Only if Muschamp stays the hell out of his way. Ground and pound and TOP need to go to hell. The goal should be 50 points a game or else the offense is an utter failure.
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    Well, him not contributing much is part of the problem with this offense.
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    Players aren't to blame...the coaches are .
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    Did you hear his post comments today? He said that style isn't going anywhere. In addition to his own words, we have no reason to believe this blue collar approach is going anywhere.
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    I didn't get to say much honestly was just shocked he even said it
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    Pathetic. WM is hell bent on pounding the offense (and program) into the ground. He must dream ball control offense.
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    Well I agree with him there. This style of offense does indeed have our offense going nowhere.
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    Exactly, it's the coaches, just look at Auburn's turnaround this year.
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    Yes I know that. Thus the reason I have called for his firing and foley's as well because he won't fire him. But I get called a bad Gator fan and the mods delete my threads.
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    Muschamp didn't really say he was keeping this style offense in the post-game press conference, did he?
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    He sure did. One of the most stubborn coaches out there. He just won't give up on this ground and pound crap.
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    I just watch the game presser and no where did i hear WM say he's gonna stick to this style of offense. At one point he did seem to try and justify why he wants to run a TOP style of offense
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    His offensive line coach is out and he's celebrating.
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    Now THAT is funny. When you are in a deep hole, the first thing to do is stop digging. Unless there is some real behind-the-scenes stuff going on, I see - at best - an Ed Orgeron scenario where 'Champ learns after he is pushed out. It happens, just too bad it's on our watch.

    And I agree with the posters that say perhaps Foley is waiting to give the next AD the opportunity to pick the next HC. Makes sense to me.
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    What contradiction, you do what you always do you get what you'll always get wm. Yeah, he get it fixed, NOT
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    I only hope he is right.

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