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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by Pasco08, Oct 19, 2013.
Circle the wagons says Muschamp.
" we'll be fine " ??? not sure about that
need to play better on defense....blah blah blah...offensive line needs to play better....not executing...blah blah blah, injuries.......... muschamp might as well play a recording after each game
WM took responsibility and said they've (coaches) got to fix it. He said he'd like to spread it out on offense too when asked about the offense but the OL is preventing them from getting positive yardage.
I agree with everything that Muschamp said in his presser, he said we are not good offensively, he said he would like to air it out, but we can't protect the qb, and we can't run block good enough to gain big yards in the running game. And from the way he looked and the statement about arrows flying and circling the wagons, he knows that the chain is getting shorter. IMO the offensive problems start and stop at the O line. I know we have some depth issues, but either the O line coach is in way over his head, or our scheme is complete garbage. Our offense looked like a monkey humping a football today and that will not be tolerated for very much longer here and Muschamp knows it.
I wonder what it means when you have a set of problems, the head coach identifies said problems and then you keep having the same problems.
I didn't catch the presser, but did he really say we couldn't run block to get big yards in the running game? I might agree with him about blocking, but Mr. Kelvin Taylor would disagree that big running yards weren't there.
That press conferences are generally useless exercises for all involved?
Did he say the coachea arent very good either? they arent.
those are not direct quotes but yes he did say we couldn't get enough big plays out of the running game to carry the offense. Kelvin had some great touches but to think he would be the difference in winning and losing this game isn't realistic with the way our Line was blocking, Kelvin is good but he isn't a miracle worker.
Definitely...I'd rather see Carol talk about the latest fall colors or that really interesting article on pruning she read in this month's issue of Home & Garden than listen to Muschamp say 'we need to play better' again.
Monkey humping a football would be a lot more entertaining to watch. :grin:
Hope he took responsibility for the team's embarrassing performance.
I understand that, but how do you justify keeping him on the sideline immediately following the series where KT carried the offense down the field? Its a terribly short sighted statement given the play calling.
Oh I agree, I was shaking my head when the offense came out and kelvin wasn't in the backfield on the next series.
what I would love to hear is how Muschamp plans on fixing this mess that we have, and I don't want to hear "we just have to execute better."
Just for context: We also didn't run the ball on the next series ... 3 passes and a punt ... and I think there were only 2 more rushing plays the rest of the game, the rest were passes.
Now, if he just said, plainly, that he isn't a good coach
not very good? muschamp--very astute! on top of it! that's why he's making $3 mil!!!!