BullsFanInTX

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  1. Actually 33,000. The 23,000 number is just for this year, as the stadium is still under phase 1 of construction/renovation. Phase 2, completed by 2018, will make Turner Field (aka Georgia State Stadium) capacity for football at 33K. It actually looks halfway decent for trying to make a baseball stadium into a football field.
  2. Looks like he'll get about a 400K signing bonus, and a first year salary of around 570K, so he'll basically make 1 million In year one. Why should he have come back to school again?
  3. Have no idea how many of these guys will pan out, but kudos to Coach Gregory for seriously stocking the previously bare cupboard.
  4. Who would you rather have as your USF beat writer. Brett McMurphy or Joey Knight.
  5. Yeah but it could just as easily be in the 80s in December in Dallas. It's really warm/ mild in Texas most of the winter. Every month of the year including January has 75-80 degree temps. Wild temp swings yes. For example this past December Dallas had 2 80 degree days with a high of 83 on December 28th 6 more days in 70s and many in the 60s. That's pretty typical. lt would be similar to Pensacola or southern Georgia. More winter heat than anywhere in US outside of South Texas, the desert Southwest, and Florida. Here in San Antonio I've gone an entire winter without one freeze. Not one. It's snowed once in the 13 years I've lived here with maybe 2 or 3 sleet events total. Most years nothing. Heck our average in January was 70 degrees for the entire month this year. Some winters in South TX are warmer than Tampa.
  6. Flowers will get drafted. Mark it down. Looking at rounds 4-7, though. Heck, he might be one of the best RUNNING BACKS in the draft next year, let alone quarterbacks, should he decide to go that route.
  7. Any reason given why Strong wasn't on this when 11 out of 12 coaches WERE on this conference call.
  8. QF running around like his hair was on fire improvising was part of Taggart's system.
  9. Better yet, we want to win AND score big (which is what happed last year for the most part outside of 2 games).
  10. Banks was one of Penn State's main players and put up over 10 points a game there.
  11. We won't know that until this season starts and we're averaging over 44 points a game (last year's average). If we're only averaging 34 points a game, then no, it's not superior. I thought Taggart was very creative with his jet sweep and bubble screen packages, with any number of variations off of those 2 plays. The fact remains that Taggart scored big last year. The offense has scored 30 points like 17 games in a row. So unless this year's offense can keep that pace, then it isn't better. End of story. Results are what matters.
  12. If Temple sitting on the ball for 40 minutes, thus keeping the ball away from USF's offense for 2/3 of the game is "shutting USF's offense down", then yes, I guess they did shut USF down. Do you really think that if USF had got even 25, let alone 30 minutes of possession, that we wouldn't have put up our usual 45 points and 500 yards of offense?
  13. That's what I'm saying. Yeah, Adams was fast. Yeah he can run a 4.44, maybe even a 4.4 on his best day, but I'm sure we have at least 3-4 other receivers on current roster that can run a 4.5 or sub 4.5. Is .03 of second slower really going to kill us. Not having Adams will not cause us any problems, we have plenty of other fast guys, and I bet one or 2 of them can run a 4.44. Adams was so satisfied with his 4.44 that he didn't run at his pro day in case he came out slower.
  14. Temple didn't stop crap. Temple sat on the ball and ate up clock, thus not allowing our offense on the field. The end.
  15. Why are we so sure of this. Adams ran a very good 4.44 at the combine, but he was nowhere near the fastest player at the combine. Are we really to believe than no one on the roster can run anywhere close to 4.44?