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Comment 27 Sep 2015

ROW is way overplayed on that team. The oars on the backs of the units looked ridiculous. I mean, I get the idea and it has its core truth, but seriously? Plaster it all over the uni and coaching gear? Boarders on being silly and not taken seriously.

Comment 22 Sep 2015

While the results may not have been much different between the two, body language tells me that Cardale is just having a tough go making quick decisive decisions running the offense.

I did not see that with JT. His body language tells me that he is confident and trusts his decisions (even if wrong). For my money, gotta be decisive. Especially in a quick hitting read option offense. JT appears to read the defense better.

Lack of reps with the 1’s is going to hurt any backup's chances at unseating a starter, no matter the sport, position, or age. And I don’t quite buy Urban’s explanation that JT is getting the same chances by standing behind Cardale during practice. But then again, I’m not a coach of a defending national championship team either.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

Knocking off Marquette would have been great and I agree, that Detroit loss... ugh.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

Actually I think it has more to do with the AQ to the NCAA tourney. Win the B1G and you are in. Prior to joining, Hopkins was an independent and would have to qualify through an at large bid. With the talent in the ACC and other conferences, a tough record against great opponents would keep a very good team out of the tourney.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

May has been stellar for the Bucks. Played a great game last night. Possession wins lacrosse games and is the difference when teams are evenly matched and in a tight game.

Comment 18 Mar 2015

These two have suddenly moved into my house... 13, 11, and 7 years old... hmmmm.

Comment 18 Mar 2015

Yep, ND game is Saturday. They are such a talented team. I help coach my son's U13 team for our local lacrosse club and a group of coaches went to a coaching clinic hosted by ND. We were able to watch a scrimmage against Air Force, break down game film, and watch practice. It is every bit as intense a sport as football.

Comment 20 Feb 2015

You mean coached to lie? I honestly do not believe, based on comments presented, that he regrets anything he did or thinks it was wrong. Being told what to say to be politically correct is never the same as being correct and truly learning from your mistakes.

My 2 internet cents!

Comment 06 Feb 2015

Funny, I love how there are hundreds of posters in this forum who know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, everything that was said in every single conversation, every single correspondence, and every single social media venue, between Stan Drayton and Mike Weber.  They also, apparently, know the EXACT DETAILS of the interactions between Stan Drayton and the Chicago Bears, including the timing of all the decisions, and every other nuance of his hiring.

People don't know shit.  At this point it's all conjecture.

This is the single most rational thing posted in the last 24 hours. There are only a handful of people who know the complete story. Weber tweeted it "hurt"... not that he didn't know anything about it. Shit still happens even if you see it coming from a mile away and the "hurt" may not be any less.

edit: English