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What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« on: November 05, 2017, 07:47:28 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2017, 07:52:10 pm »

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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2017, 07:54:03 pm »

Nailed it!
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2017, 07:54:09 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.

No.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2017, 07:54:52 pm »

This has to qualify as one of the worst opening posts since Hogville came into existence.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2017, 07:56:04 pm »

This has to qualify as one of the worst opening posts since Hogville came into existence.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #6 on: November 05, 2017, 07:56:58 pm »

Nothing there that's not correctable with good coaching.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #7 on: November 05, 2017, 08:00:43 pm »

Agree 100%. 

It’s not coaching when the player gets beat one on one. At some point the players have to man up and execute.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #8 on: November 05, 2017, 08:01:07 pm »

This has to qualify as one of the worst opening posts since Hogville came into existence.

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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #9 on: November 05, 2017, 08:02:33 pm »

Just no - Stop.
There's no excuse for the state of the program - it's Bret's program.
Time to gut it on the coaching side and start from scratch.

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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #10 on: November 05, 2017, 08:02:59 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.
Interesting that your first six or seven observations had to do with players being out of position, being outplayed, etc. and yet you preface all this by titling your post "What I see is not Lack of coaching" ??? :o ::) Totally and completed amazing. Have a dictionary handy? If so I suggest you look up the word "oxymoron". That will tell you everything you need to know. But I will agree with you about one thing: Madison hasn't been named "top party college town in America" virtually every year for the past three decades for no reason.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #11 on: November 05, 2017, 08:04:20 pm »

Coaches teach athletes how to play football.
Athletes are born, football players are taught.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #12 on: November 05, 2017, 08:05:44 pm »

I refuse to believe we’re this dense, so I’ll just believe the OP is some troll attempt.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #13 on: November 05, 2017, 08:09:11 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.
You say it's not coaching and then list a bunch of things that a good coach corrects. You might need to go back to watching soccer because you don't know a damn thing about football
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #14 on: November 05, 2017, 08:09:28 pm »


This......
Nothing there that's not correctable with good coaching.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2017, 08:09:39 pm »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and player development problem
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2017, 08:11:00 pm »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and development problem.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #17 on: November 05, 2017, 08:14:32 pm »

You say it's not coaching and then list a bunch of things that a good coach corrects. You might need to go back to watching soccer because you don't know a damn thing about football

Ding  Ding   Ding

We have a winner!  Good coaches correct those issues.  Try again.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #18 on: November 05, 2017, 08:20:12 pm »

It's all about playing an offensive and defensive scheme around the players in your region. Barry Alvarez said it when he was at the touchdown club. They have good offensive lineman for smash mouth football because of where those families have immigrated from when we were building this country. Up north they have big Norwegian football players so they run people over.
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« Reply #19 on: November 05, 2017, 08:27:25 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.


They are not even close in the talent department with us. Now CC is a lot better coached team, about half of what you said has everything to do with coaching. This coach has lost this team and they ared no longer ating with the "run through a brick wall" for their leader mentality. Letters are not going to get it done, butts in t be seats is the largest message to any sports team in any sport on any level that the fans, to the ones financing everything are not happy. I can not understand why people want to continue to give this guy a pass on the full responsibility of the state of the hog program. If CC is truly more talented than us then that is the biggest reason he should be fired. So even your failed attempt to try and put this on player ability you have proofed that he needs to go. Although asci stated I don't buy the fact we lack talent, Alabama talent no, but enough talent to win 8-10 games a year yes. If we had a good coach we would not be having these conversations because we would h ave won 18-20 games the previous 2 seasons and would give a man a break who has so many starters out for injury. Although I think with a good coach we still win 7-8 games this year with all the injuries.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #20 on: November 05, 2017, 08:31:34 pm »

There’s no way to sugarcoat it and make it where it’s not on Bret. Nobody on this board can say that it’s lack of talent either. We have talent in positions that look like we don’t right now. The fact is we’ve become soft. Bielema is to much about being the players friend instead of their coach. For example taking away two a days a year or two ago. Stuff like that is the reason we’re in this position right now. They’re physically or mentally to play week in and week in a college football season. You didn’t see anything like this at Wisconsin because Alvarez wouldn’t allow it.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #21 on: November 05, 2017, 08:34:59 pm »

Dilly! Dilly!
You just made my night qoth that one
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #22 on: November 05, 2017, 08:39:39 pm »



I'm gonna get Lanny to have a HV poker tournament.  Cause some of you in dire need of a financial arse cleaning.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #23 on: November 05, 2017, 08:52:00 pm »

Agree 100%. 

It’s not coaching when the player gets beat one on one. At some point the players have to man up and execute.
1.  Coaches need to teach the proper techniques, and 2. The coaches need to play the best players.  Our coaches do neither.
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« Reply #24 on: November 05, 2017, 08:52:34 pm »

Agree 100%. 

It’s not coaching when the player gets beat one on one. At some point the players have to man up and execute.
1. It's hard for a safety to cover a receiver. How does a safety get matched up with a receiver? Yep, you guessed it. Coaching scheme.
2. It's hard for 3 defensive linemen to win against 5 offensive linemen. Last time I checked 5 was greater than 3. How does 3 defensive linemen get matched up with 5 offensive linemen? Yep, you guessed it. Coach scheme.
3. It's hard for any DB to cover any receiver when your 3 man rush is not getting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Why do you rush only 3 players on almost 90% of the plays? Yep, you guessed it. Coaching scheme.
4. It's hard for any DB to cover any receiver if the receiver is free to just run around wherever he wants to with no resistance. How do you get the DB's to get a little closer to the receivers and start challenging him a little bit you say? Yep, once again you guessed it. Coaching scheme.
5. You can't expect your starting strong safety to consistently cover a wide receiver and eventually not get burned. How do you get Ramirez covering receivers instead of Richardson? Yep, once again you got it. Coaching scheme.
6. Why stay with a 3 man front when you see we can't get pressure on the quarterback and we still can't stop the run consistently? We don't even know how to line up correctly when we get a chance to play our base 3-4 defense. It's sad... :(. Guess what that is? Coaching.

There is no way Ramirez should be matched one on one with anybody. Maybe a tight end... :-\. Now Toliver that's a different story. I feel he gets beat every time he plays soft coverage. When he gets up and can put his hands on someone he does pretty good.

I think you get the point. 99% of the what's going on is coaching. We may not have the best talent but no doubt we are much more talented than Coastal Carolina. And South Carolina for that matter. We have a enough 4 stars on this team to play way better than we currently are. Good coaching is not necessarily about bringing strengths to the forefront. It's about which coach can hide a teams weaknesses better. And we constantly find a way to expose our own weaknesses. The opponent doesn't have to do much because we do it to ourselves.
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« Reply #25 on: November 05, 2017, 08:56:05 pm »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and player development problem
99% A & C.
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« Reply #26 on: November 05, 2017, 08:59:33 pm »

Nope it’s never coaches fault..... at least according to the OP.
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« Reply #27 on: November 05, 2017, 09:06:39 pm »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.


Brets inability to bring in quality players reflects on Bret. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out. Why you ask, I have no idea as does everyone else but what I do know is that he has had enough time to figure it out and has failed miserably
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« Reply #28 on: November 05, 2017, 09:25:11 pm »


I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.



So, excluding our running backs, Coastal Carolina has better football players than Arkansas? 

That has to be the most Bielema thing I've ever heard a Bielemer say. 

And people are questioning my thread when I said there were still Bielema lovers on here.

But it's funny that I don't see those same people on a CBB fluff thread like this one.
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« Reply #29 on: November 05, 2017, 09:32:48 pm »

What kinda damn football have you been watching OP??? That was dumber than dinosaur chit...
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« Reply #30 on: November 05, 2017, 09:33:33 pm »

You just made my night qoth that one
Dilly Dilly to you sir!
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« Reply #31 on: November 05, 2017, 09:44:10 pm »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and player development problem
When you say that it sounds to me like "I see several problems, all of which are the head coaches responsibility"
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« Reply #32 on: November 05, 2017, 09:51:26 pm »

Here is the Number ONE biggest problem I see. There is absolutely too much emphasis put on developing brute force strength and that does looks good in the mirror and for selfies. Problem with that is you can't block what you can't get to and you can't tackle what you can't catch. I see lineman that don't move there feet especially in pass protection, as they lose contact with their man they start reaching instead of shuffling from side to side or back peddling and I could go on and on.....

Off Season drills (for this team at the moment) should be 65% as a base on Speed, Agility and Quickness. Some players may need more and some less.

Speed Kills and what training they do now is absolutely killing the agility, quickness and speed they start with.  (amazing what a now project manager in construction can see during the summer)

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« Reply #33 on: November 05, 2017, 11:16:13 pm »


If there is a negative about CBB

If?????  Obviously you're a wee bit slow to catch on.
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« Reply #34 on: November 05, 2017, 11:35:44 pm »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and player development problem

I’m not sure what happened but the loss of Pittman seems to have started the fall.
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« Reply #35 on: November 06, 2017, 12:04:04 am »

To the OP, I say this. That was a great list of negatives and reasons why this program is so horrible at the moment. A lot for a head coach to over come to win here. My question is: How the heck did Bobby do it then?
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #36 on: November 06, 2017, 06:36:23 am »

It's not the players, it's the coaching. Anyone who has a good knowledge of football could have put 8 to 9 wins with this group of players. But it would have to start by getting a real training staff. Who have a detailed plan from a knowledgable head coach who has placed a plan that uses the strength's of his players to excuse a well thought out plan against all 12 teams you expect to play this year.
If your making 4 million a year you could spend a few hundred thousand on building a war room that processes all those thing's that get you beat so you don't keep doing them. At Bama they have a grad program that supplies eggheads to help the players keep up with each team and opposing players.
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« Reply #37 on: November 06, 2017, 06:44:23 am »

Nope it’s never coaches fault..... at least according to the OP.

Since the coaches don't have any fault they don't need them................................
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« Reply #38 on: November 06, 2017, 06:47:44 am »

I’m not sure what happened but the loss of Pittman seems to have started the fall.

It started before that. but you make a good point. THREE coaching loses have affected things. Partridge, Pittman and Shannon. They bad part is that CBB came here partly for not wanting as much assistant coaching changes. MAYBE some of those changes he had in Wisconsin weren't for the reasons we have been told.
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« Reply #39 on: November 06, 2017, 06:50:19 am »

Whatever will poor Coach B do? Not being able to recruit enough players capable of dominating Costal Carolina and all.
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« Reply #40 on: November 06, 2017, 06:55:36 am »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.

Then move back to Madison. Take dumpling with you.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #41 on: November 06, 2017, 07:17:30 am »

We don't play hard, except in spurts.  That is why all those things happen with such regularity.

Getting the kids to play hard is every coaches first responsibility.  Everything comes from that.  It should be a given both teams are playing hard, sort of a universal starting place where strategies come into play, where technique matters.

Get one squad loafing, giving less than 100% and nothing matters.  They have to massively out-athlete the other squad to win.

Bert has failed in his first responsibility, thus all facets of the team collapse.  We loaf, we don't pursue like virtually all other teams in America, and we look slow, weak and stupid as our opponents rip through us, hair on fire, at 100 mph.

It is a disgrace, and a blind man should be able to see this.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #42 on: November 06, 2017, 07:20:51 am »

This has to qualify as one of the worst opening posts since Hogville came into existence.

Nailed it!!
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #43 on: November 06, 2017, 07:58:03 am »

This room was opened just to Pi$$ people off! It all hinges on coaching!  Good lord what an idiot statement!
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #44 on: November 06, 2017, 08:03:23 am »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.


Madison? Really? I have been there, done that, and couldn't wait until I got out of that hell-hole.

https://www.clrsearch.com/Madison-Demographics/WI/Quality-of-Life?compare=Fayetteville%2C+AR

I have been to every town/city that has a SEC or Big 10 team and Fayetteville (and the surrounding areas) are some of the nicest around. I get tired of hearing that we can't recruit to Fayetteville. THAT is just an excuse.

If a HC can recruit to Starksville, Gainesville, Oxford, or Columbia, we can recruit to NWA.

Same goes with the Big 10. - Have you ever been to Ann Arbor? How about Lincoln, NE? (Talk about in the middle of no-where land!)
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #45 on: November 06, 2017, 08:09:40 am »

Madison? Really? I have been there, done that, and couldn't wait until I got out of that hell-hole.

https://www.clrsearch.com/Madison-Demographics/WI/Quality-of-Life?compare=Fayetteville%2C+AR

I have been to every town/city that has a SEC or Big 10 team and Fayetteville (and the surrounding areas) are some of the nicest around. I get tired of hearing that we can't recruit to Fayetteville. THAT is just an excuse.

If a HC can recruit to Starksville, Gainesville, Oxford, or Columbia, we can recruit to NWA.

Same goes with the Big 10. - Have you ever been to Ann Arbor? How about Lincoln, NE? (Talk about in the middle of no-where land!)

Oh Lord.  Here comes the poor lil Ole Arky folks. 
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #46 on: November 06, 2017, 10:18:53 am »

Madison is emphaticly not a better town than Fayetteville.

A lot of the things you listed are the result of coaching. QB isn't developing? Coaching .

Linemen missing assignments? Coaching.

DBs oit of position?  Coaching.

Failure to gameplan a way to utilise your star D Lineman? Most certainly coaching.

Piss-poor troll job. 2/10.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #47 on: November 06, 2017, 10:29:47 am »

Not just coaching....I see a coaching, recruiting, and player development problem

There you go, it is a combination of these things.
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #48 on: November 06, 2017, 11:11:02 am »

This has to qualify as one of the worst opening posts since Hogville came into existence.

Why? Because it goes against the opinion of the majority on here?
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Re: What I see is not Lack of coaching.
« Reply #49 on: November 06, 2017, 11:18:30 am »

I saw linemen beaten attempting to block.
I saw three defensive linemen beaten by five young linemen, two freshmen, two redshirt freshmen and one sophomore.  Most of their runs were away from Agim.
Saw three out of four linebackers completely out of position.
I saw defensive backs completely beaten on deep and mid patterns.
I saw a 5’8” senior QB throw deeper more accurate passes than our 6’7” developing QB.
I saw a team with not much better talent than the Razorbacks with the exception of our running backs.
I saw a team absolutely set up for a trap game perhaps partying too much or thinking about partying.
I saw a Stadium and fan base absolutely void of support for the players, there are other more adult ways to express displeasure with the coaching. Letters to the University for one.
I don’t ever want to hear any comments mostly I suspect from NEA so called fans say any negative about not filling up WMS.
If there is a negative about CBB it is his inability to bring enough quality players from other states to play at Arkansas. He did it for 6 years at Wisconsin. Why not Arkansas?
My answer to that is he is now in a tougher conference. And if you want to be Honest Madison is a better town than Fayetteville.


I quit reading when you said they ran away from Agim.  He was ejected early in the game so he wasn’t a factor. Being that your keen ability of observation missed that one little detail, I quit reading because the rest would most definitely be crap anyway.
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