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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by GeomatGator, Sep 18, 2013.
Is it any wonder the chicken little thread is started by GeoMatt?
According to OP.. 2011 was Urban's class. Oh wait, when it's convenient for Geomat to slam our coach. - For Instance.. Geo talks about 2011 and 2012 for Boom's OL class, to prove the point that 2011 OL class was bad, but he gives 2011 Driskel to Urban because it helps his case.
My vote: this thread is another whine.
Bitch about his conservative nature but judging the quality of his players at the beginning of his third year just isn't realistic. JMHO
Urban: has left 3 programs 'prematurely' and all were left with holes in their roster. UF being not only his latest victim but his most aggregious.
Muschamp: whether you want to hear this or not, not enough time has passed to really judge him but nobody wants to hear and understand that.
And btw, if urban's recruits were so good, why did we stink in '10 and '11?
Of course you don't agree, most don't. It will be too late when some of you wake up to see where the direction of the program is heading. The OP may be harsh, but it's all facts and true. Muschamp doesn't care about offense, only defense. It's boring, ineffective football and you'll continue to see struggles and poor fan attendance until something gives. Sad, but true...and I'm a diehard Gator
then why is he recruiting so well on offense this year and last year?
Sure, but he claims it is all "facts and true," so that is the end of the story. Poor, poor Gator fans. 12 years, six offensive coordinators, five starting quarterbacks, three head coaches...
Because the offense is so bad that recruits think they will have a shot at playing quickly.
Wait, we were told recruits wouldn't come here if the offense wasn't better. Which one is it? Oh, wait: whichever one allows some of you criticize the coaching staff. I get it.
I think the staff is doing great at recruiting. I am concerned that they are having trouble developing talent on offense.