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  1. The old guy conservative football mentality has no place in today's game. Coaches like Strong might get you a couple good win-loss records at face value but they are too stuck in their ways and refuse to grasp the changes that are happening in football. Really disappointed that our athletics program still doesn't have the foresight to see this.
  2. This thread is an example of a growing losing mentality within this fan base. Remember that time, and it wasn't too long ago, when USF fans wouldn't even mention that other school while they would continuously obsess over us?
  3. Whoever we play, I hope we give Oladokun the chance to play every snap and see what we have. I guess it's cool that we get an extra few weeks of practice? Gotta look for any positive we can these days... We'll be back. Stay positive Bulls fans
  4. Barnett is not the future. We NEED to start Chris O in the bowl game!!
  5. He throws the intermediate pass in more rhythm and more accurate than Quinton did. There's no way he'll ever match Q's big play ability but it does seem like he has a flare to him. Needs to be coached up though like everyone has said.
  6. I think Oladokun has the potential to be electric if developed correctly. He has a little bit of Flowers in him and even throws a better ball. But bringing in other QBs randomly to spell him during games will only hurt his development. I really think that game could've gone a lot differently if we would've just stuck with him the whole game.
  7. Hopefully this lights a fire under our asses to start making some positive changes.
  8. It takes a rare kind of person to already possess true leadership qualities in high school. In the football world that's what college coaches are supposed to be for.
  9. It's pretty clear that I don't understand your definition of how "things work". But I like to think that I have at least a decent idea of what good leadership is, and this team doesn't come anywhere close to having it. Again I have to question if anyone who can't see this with the eye test is actually watching the games.
  10. Excuses. This is the defeatist thinking that gets you the level of mediocrity we've existed in for so long. We recruit from the most talent-rich area of the nation and play in a middling conference that we should have no problem winning at least every few years. It's totally understandable that every program goes "young" every so often but just by opening your eyes, it's plain to see that this team's lack of discipline goes FAR beyond just being young. I know it's only been a couple years but it's time for a new coaching staff.
  11. You're right, it's definitely not easy, but the worrisome thing is this team has gotten noticeably LESS disciplined as the season has gone along. Doesn't bode too well for the next couple years. Besides having young players isn't an excuse for other teams, why should it be for us.
  12. I have to question if the people who recite stats and say things like "top 10 offense" or whatever else actually watch the games. This is the most undisciplined football team I have seen in a looooong ass time. Nobody to blame but the coaching staff, don't overthink it.
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