Cincinnati up 17-7 on UCLA. How is UCLA so bad these days.
It's sad when mid conference teams can bring in a popular national team for their opening game cupcake
The Pac 12 has fallen off of a cliff. That conference needs USC to be great and they have been mediocre at best. I live out in Pac 12 country and they are hyping Utah as their best hope. You know shit is bad when Utah is your best hope at a playoff. This year feels like another year of Alabama, Clemson, and everyone else.
Post by TheAnalyst on Sept 7, 2019 12:44:38 GMT -5
42 points given up at the half.
Why arent they covering WRs? I dont get their strategy. I mean, Marylands WRs are wide open on almost every play. Cuse has a good defense, but they certainly werent coached up well today. They send the blitz, but the DBs are off the WRs by 10 years. It just makes no sense.
Oh well. Last year was fun. Back to being awful.
This is what happens when you recruit 12th and 13th in the ACC. And obviously dont have a QB after Dungey.
Tommy DeVito is in over his head. He looked like shit against Liberty. Maryland is feasting on him. 14 Points off his 2 turnovers.
Back to the drawing board.
I like Babers, but he needs to do better at recruiting. I dont remember the last 4 star he pulled in. And Dungy wasnt his recruit, but saved his ass last year.
Clemson is going to destroy Cuse next week.
I think the whole team is in over their head. They actually have expectations now and they aren't rising to them. Anyways, I'm turning this shit off. They might allow 80.
Yup. and that is a sign of bad coaching. They arent looking ahead to Clemson, they just arent good. Dungey was a star QB for them the past couple of years and saved a ton of games. DeVito looks like he doesnt understand situational football. And I dont know what the hell they are thinking om defense.
Wht do teams think they can win with that ancient style
They can still win since it is a unique way to play. They won't be winning any championships like that though. At the end, you need talent. The triple option is kind of hard to prepare for. The talent gap is just too big when you compare the military academies against even slightly above average D1 teams. Army is legit these days though. They took it to OU last year and Michigan this year.