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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship
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Comment 28 Oct 2014

Mediocre Marv and his coach-speak...he could probably learn a few more things from Tressel on how to coach a football team.

Comment 28 Oct 2014

Control what we can control and keep winning.

Our only chance to make it is convincing wins @ MSU and the B1G championship game. We simply cannot afford to lose to VT and squeak by an unranked PSU team when our strength of schedule is already weak and expect to be seriously considered as title contenders.

Comment 26 Oct 2014

Mark Schlereth was doing an interview a couple weeks ago, and he said there are many highly respected NFL coaches that are dumb as a box of rocks and they have no idea what they are doing. He said they got their reputations as great coaches because of their players.

My point being, that there are many people that get hired for jobs that they are not qualified for, and there are many coaches in college and NFL that are complete morons.

Comment 26 Oct 2014

Our offensive gameplan played right into PSU's hands. You have to soften them up early and get your quarterback into a rhythm.  Herman didn't do that, and PSU loaded the box. By the time Herman tried to counter the loaded box, PSU answered the quick passing game with the zone blitz.

In other words, Herman allowed PSU to dictate what we were going to do offensively, rather than us dictating the flow of the game. We should be the aggressor, not the other way around.

He always does this when we face a decent defense, and that is why we see the type of games that we do. He is simply not a top-tier coordinator when facing stiffer competition. 

Comment 26 Oct 2014

The hug he gave LJ Sr. after the game (I am man enough to admit it) choked me up. You could see the love and respect that the players have for him.

I also loved seeing JT giving high-fives to all of the fans on the way into the tunnel. That kid is a leader. After playing horribly, he put the team on his back and brought home the win.