Thanks. This make a lot of sense if true. I know sometimes we expect them to execute perfectly, but they are not professions. Should be studying and stuff.
I think everyone is not seeing the most significant change, probably due to the Buck's loss
Ole Miss has now fallen out of the top 25! It took 4 losses in only 7 games to do it. No doubt they will still be in the top 10 in advanced stats. Good thing the game is played on the field and not on the computer
there's not a single time they've lost back to back games
Oh yes they did They lost the B10 championship game to MSU and the lost to Clemson in the bowl game. Then they lost to VT at the start of the next season. Can't remember if there was a game before the VT game or not, But at a minimum they lost 3/4.
Comparing the last three games with what we were able to do versus Oklahoma and Michigan and Notre Dame last year - what changed offensively. It was working perfectly before. Did something change? Interested in your opinions
At this rate, the Michigan game could get real ugly. I would not put it past Harbaugh to run up the score.
Everything that is being said here (Samuel's touch count, WR ineffectiveness, playcalling) has been said for weeks. I know the coaches are paid a lot of money but I don't think they are actually very good at scheming for a team. It has been said we run a simple offense and rely on our talent to take us to the win. I'm starting to think Urban's best quality is his ability to recruit. I think he is an average at best in game coach.
And that is too bad
on Wilson, I actually now cover my eyes and hope I don't hear the noise the stadium would make if he muffed it. I can't watch anymore. Bad coaching job all around last night. Slow developing plays, predictable. We will get better. Just win out
even though I was unaware of what you mentioned, it was sarcasm because there would be zero way anyone would get away with it if there was not some kind of agreement
This Roar site seems like a blatant ripoff of evenwarriors. Somebody should sue their asses
wow, how many games this year has Michigan had at home? I think the only away game was Rutgers. This has to be the easiest schedule in all of college football. Win on the road at night against a top 20 team and I might give a little respect. This is Baylor's schedule
So they are saying JT actually played well on Saturday? Could have fooled me - and many others
I'm not sold that Bama and their Defense plays absolutely consistently each game, with consistent effort and results. So, to say it another way, if they Ole Miss played Bama ten times, they would score 43 points or more and 500 yards of offense against them maybe 2 or 3. That game was an abberation.
Wait, McMillian is the highest rated Buckeye? According to many on these boards he is a bit of a disappointment. Hmmm.
Anything that ranks Ole Miss in the top 10 with quality wins over exacty nobody has to have a fatal flaw. Folks, they ain't good and using fancy "stats" to say so makes the entire ranking methodology suspect
That bourbon looks tasty, maybe my wife will even try it, typically only wine for her
Clean hit the way I saw it. It's a tough sport but nothing dirty about it.
Agree. YOu saw the Whisky D partciularly the LB and DB run right to wear the ball carrier was going before they got the ball. Either they got totally lucky or they watched the tape and we did exactly what was on the tape.
I saw several plays where our WR were wide open and Barrett never game them a look. Just keyed on his predetermined throw. At least one would have been a touchdown. Must be harder than it looks to make the right read quickly and deliver the ball on target. If you do that consistently on every drive, you score a TD every drive against any competition.
I was very impressed with the push the line got. I think this was there best game so far. It seems the Whisky QB was under constant pressure.
I think you are being a little Optimistic, Optimistic