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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by vader6063, Oct 19, 2013.
You know what else puts the defense back on the field too quickly? Three and outs.
Good question Gray. Muschamp has had to deal with a ton of injuries to key people. Zook didn't. Zook would win games he should have lost and lost games he should have won. Muschamp's issue is pitiful offense that keeps getting worse every game.
Look at last year too. It's a pattern. We did well until the LSU game. And then we went into a freefall offensively. Good defense, great kicking, and turnovers got us 11 wins last year. I don't think we have any of those 3 right now. Even defensively we got bitched slapped all over the field. 500 yards to 150. A complete dismantling.
Great point! And with our coaches not giving the ball to the best rb on the team, it's been happening more often than not.
Zook also had key injuries, as did SOS and Meyer. Ingle, Crowder, many more.
Regular season record when having to replace 12+ starters:
1992: 8-4 (12) - Spurrier
1999: 9-3 (13) - Spurrier
2002: 8-4 (12) - Zook
2003: 8-4 (13) - Zook
2004: 7-4 (13) - Zook
2007: 9-3 (12) - Meyer
2010: 7-5 (12) - Meyer
2011: 6-6 (12) - Muschamp
2013: 4-3 (13) - Muschamp
This is the common denominator.
He gives WM at least one more year, more likely two, and then evaluates the program, looks at who's available to replace WM, and may or may not make a change.