SoFlo All Day

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  1. Have a ticket for sale if anyone wants to take out a second mortgage and put a kidney on the black market to pay for it.
  2. Trading in the bus for the #CharlieTrain Bulls Unite!!
  3. Comparing Antigua to Strong is apples and oranges. Recruiting dynamics between Basketball and Football are completely different. Also, if that doesn't convince you take a look at Strong's teams at Louisville. Half of his 2011 class went to the NFL...including a guy named Teddy Bridgewater who he was able to recruit away from UM. That's the type of stuff we need.
  4. Anyone doubting Strong is crazy. The guy actually won conference championships (which none of these others guys and Taggart have done) and was a hell of a recruiter while at UF (alot of his players have gone on the NFL - highlight was the 2008 UF defense where practically everyone went to the league). He was Louisville's Taggart after their program was decimated and if you take a look - Herman's going to have a 10 win team in year 1 because of his TX where he supposedly didn't have as robust of connections as he does in FL. He will crush recruiting here and take us to another level. He's not perfect but I think he was dealt a bad hand at UT (probably because he was their obvious second or even third choice). Nonetheless he's the guy we want. Don't need to be a tactical genius to coach the AAC - just ask Coach T. Love the guy, but its true.
  5. You may be right, but I think he is building the program back the right way - beating people we are supposed to beat (ie not dropping stupid games against teams like ECU, UConn, and Syracuse). The game against Temple was going to be a dog fight regardless of the athletes and speed on our team so it shouldnt be considered a missed lay-up. Our team is doing what those "good" teams back in 07 and 08 couldnt do - finish out teams that have no business beating us. This is a gradual process and I think people are being a bit too impatient now due to an overhyped off-season and our great start to the 2016 season. Honestly, I think we are where we're supposed to be (losing to FSU and splitting the Cincy and Temple games on the road, while winning all other games.) College football seasons will have curve balls (Navy performance so far, and UCF resurgence) and we have to roll with the punches. That's what championship teams do. The next 4 games this season will gauge how ready we are now to take that next step or come back next season with a more mature team as I think we have a solid foundation going forward. We've gone I think 13-4 in our last 17 games since we started hitting our stride last season? All 4 losses were either 50/50 or should have been outright losses (FSU). The next step is taking those 4 losses and making 2 of them victories in the next 17 games. Thats how we build and thats how we create a consistent winning culture. Starts next week when we play Navy. The silver lining is that this team doesn't fold. Study those 4 losses - 3 of them went deep into the fourth quarter when we were down double digits at a point earlier in the game. The issues with defense are what they are but I don't think this team goes down without a fight. Taggart wont let it.
  6. Season's not over. If you poll anyone before the season a majority of them would have been pretty happy with a 6-2 start. Everyone needs to stop freaking out and calling for Taggart's head and dumping all over our team. Besides a flukey blocked punt, and sequence of unfortunate events inside 5 min of the fourth we played the game that we typically play. Penalties are a result of youth (looking at you Norman) and that's only because he's a backup and injuries on the line plague every team. Nobody complained when we beat Cincy, ECU, or UConn like this and were waving the USF flag oh so proudly. I've seen other posts where people are completely flying off the bus - seriously? Get a freaking grip and support this team. Going 11-1 and undefeated in conference is really f**cking hard, and not a lot teams can do it regardless of what conference they are in. I really don't care how much speed we have or FL talent, you play the games on the field for this reason. Sure we haven't turned a corner yet, but at least watch how this team responds and believe that we will persevere. You wonder why people on the fringe don't fill the stands? They take their queue from the diehards who lose their **** when we drop a game. You wanna build tradition? Try having some f**cking persistence and faith in your team. Yeah I ranted, so sue me.
  7. $60? Can somebody just buy my f**king tickets??
  8. Section 308 - Row P - Seats 1-4 $75 OBO (very open to offers) Direct message if seriously interested.
  9. Guess I'm getting taken to the woodshed on mine...karma's a b**ch. $75 OBO - Section 308, Row P, seats 1-4.
  10. Never thought I would take a loss on FSU tickets...hopefully we see an uptick in purchases the week of.
  11. Does this start time mean that I should sell my extra tickets in the nosebleeds at fire sale prices? We know how many tickets are left?
  12. Towson? Or NIU? I have one for NIU -Section 207 - $20
  13. Got my first season tickets too. Question: I have a few friends that still are able to sit in the student section. Can you get into the student section w/o a student guest ticket if you just show your season ticket? Heard that you could, but I'm not sure about it. Just wanted to double check here. Thanks!
  14. I take it that you are certainly not interested. I suggest that you don't reply to posts if you don't have any desire to buy and that you get a life