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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by gulfgator, Oct 13, 2013.
I mean look at New England's offense under Charlie Weis!
With all due respect ... I just don't get this opinion shared by many. I don't think any of us thinks that Muschamp is stupid. The man is a smart, dynamic coach. Does anyone really think that he's sitting there saying, "I know Pease can score 40 a game but I'd much rather score less than 20 a game and make the defense have to play a nearly perfect game to win?"
It wasn't from lack of trying.
Yesterday, in Baton Rouge, LSU was the better team, had a better game plan, and executed it.
Danielson said that the coaches "called them out" and obviously coached them up to play at their potential.
They were not playing "over their heads" to beat us, just up to their capabilities. We may not have as high as a ceiling in a few positions due to their edge in talent, but we are not playing up to our capabilities. Yet.
They did, were the better team yesterday, and won.
I can accept that.
So basically, you can accept that our team is poorly coached...
That is exactly what he is saying!!!!!
In fact, he ridiculed the offenses of Oregon and Baylor.
Since it's all Pease's fault, Lane Kiffin's available. :tongue:
When Stallings was at Bama, Bama fans griped constantly about the OC. The OC left and fans rejoiced at the new hire. Until the season started and the offense didn't change. It took some fans awhile to realize that it was not the OC and his offense, it was Stallings' offense.
No. This is not an accurate interpretation of law's post.
He says one team (LSU) is playing to its potential while the other (Florida) is not. Pretty sure that when a team is underperforming its talent, coaching is to blame.
I said LSU was the better team.
But if you think so, feel free to dump.
Wormwood, are u happy with a moral victory? I am not. Not mixing it up so the defense can't just easily lineup and know what's coming would help, no matter who is coaching. Kerwin would have done this, Boom was scared to hire him because he had a mine of his own. Everybody says Kerwin couldn't do what Pease has done, no he couldn't, he would have done better. When he was at Florida they said the same thing. Legend, maybe you didn't get to see the great things he did.
i thought pease called a decent game. but you can't throw with an O-line like that. plain and simple. they tried to throw the ball a few times and it was a disaster and after disaster. sacks, pressure, murphy getting knocked down all night. you guys should pay attention to the game before you criticize. no team in the country would have been able to score a point behind that blocking yesterday, it was pathetic.
"Uptempo offense creates defenses that stink, with atrocious tackling"
With respect to your rush to a predetermined conclusion to throw the coaches under the bus, on the OL for instance, I do not know whether the missed assignments are due to the players (between the ears), not knowing who to block because of the complicated scheming, or not having the physical ability to do so.
If they are not seeing and doing what they have been coached to see and do, then it is either on their inability to be coached, or on their inability to do it.
I will let the OL gurus tell us what the proper explanation is.
This is the thing, Pease called some plays that went down field and UF had guys running open, but he called them on 2nd and 3rd, in much more obvious passing downs, where LSU pinned their ears back and collapsed the packet on almost every downfield play. Yes, UF's O-line was dominated, but If he would have mixed it up on 1st down, I believe it could have changed the game enough to give us a chance to win.
There are multiple ways to establish the run, and running every first down - when you are successful - is one of several ways to do it. There are more.
Anytime any position is failing to perform at a high level, particularly with a group of players as talented as Florida's linemen, it comes down to coaching. Everything you mentioned in your first sentence can be fixed by coaching. Whether it's film, whether it's benching players who don't have it "between the ears", whether it's whatever else people sit around and speculate over while drinking a cup of coffee that makes the product look like ass, it can be fixed.
I can promise you that.
Let's see..o-line is abysmal, we have no tight end, receivers are average at best, QB play has been up and down (a lot more down than up) for the last 3.5 seasons, and no truly dependable #1 back.