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  1. Message board fodder. But from them, so figure they may be more likely closer to it then us just wishing that were true.
  2. Rumors from Clemson that Chase Brice may transfer and follow Scott. They believe he may be on track to graduate this year, so could be a Grad Transfer.
  3. After I thought about that, I kinda started leaning the other way. Scott was more the program "manager" then while Elliott was the playcaller. As far as experience for a head coach, thats probably more beneficial then the gameday play calling experience (as long as he brings in a good OC that is). I think his dad coming along is another nice little cherry on top of this hire. Brings a ton of experience to help mentor his son on being a first time head coach.
  4. https://twitter.com/MiNombreEsTommy/status/1202239096145494016 Don't know this guys contacts, but interesting...(sorry couldn't figure out how to make the twitter post just appear in here)
  5. Yeah except that is not remotely true. Again, for those of you with difficulty reading, when we joined the conference, the upperclassman were recruited when USF was just a I-A independent. A vast majority of the remaining roster was recruited when we were just CUSA. So we had a roster of 90% players from "G5" level recruiting going against teams with full "P5/BCS" rosters. It would be no different then taking our current team and throwing them in the ACC or Big 12 next year and then wondering how we haven't won that conference in the first 3-4 years. We are not on the same playing field.
  6. Or....Or.....have a realistic understanding of the situation back then. Leavitt Era (2005-2009) Big East - 5 Seasons : Faced 17 teams who finished ranked : Faced 6 teams who finished ranked in the top 10 : Conference Champion Avg finishing position #8.4 (5, 6, 6, 8, 17) Post Leavitt Era (2010-2018) Big East/AAC - 9 Seasons : Faced just 15 teams who finished ranked : Faced just 5 teams who finished ranked in the top 10 : Conference Champion Avg finishing position #15.8 (and thats being generous as twice the conference champion has finished unranked and I assigned a #26 value f
  7. Ive seen a lot of people say this on here and twitter, but realistically thats just not true. From 2005-2009 USF lost a total of 24 games in 5 years. Of those 24, half (12) were against teams that finished the year ranked. And of those 24, only 3 losses came against teams with losing records. 2 of those ( 5-6 PITT & 5-6 UConn) came in 2005 when we were just a 6-6 team and first year in the Big East. The only "bad" losses really were maybe in 2006 against 6-6 Kansas (and that was on the road) and 2008 against 5-7 Louisville. Our schedules were just much more difficult back then.
  8. Its actually not a bad idea. Spurrier and Kelly together would be huge for fundraising (ensure that the IPF gets built (groundbreaking) next year). If you bring Larry Scott in as OC / Head Coach in waiting and somehow keep Shaun King on board you'd have a seriously strong recruiting staff as well.
  9. Just wonder if they would be OK putting themselves on such a big island (no conference opponents even remotely close). I think if you want Boise, you figure out what 14 team expansion works for atleast keeping the conference contract at the same per team. Maybe adding Boise, Colorado State, and BYU (and if you can't entice them, then Air Force)
  10. Most of those can't do a 2020 game. The Big 12, Big Ten and PAC 12 all play 9 conference games. So they only have 3 non-conference games they have to fill.
  11. I tried to look ahead to see what team would be best guess for "one more big splash", and FSU appears to be the most likely. I'm assuming Kelly would love to get a P5 team at home here for 2020. FSU is about the only big team I can find that still has an opening in their schedule for that year, and they are also one of the few P5 teams that still has a lot open beyond those years. Say a 2-1 where FSU opens that deal up by playing in Tampa in 2020, and then road games at FSU in 2023 and 2027 (we'd have to move or buy-out the road Northern Illinois game) or 2028 (although we'd put ourselves i
  12. I'm not happy with yesterday's press conference nor what I've heard from former players. That's not even getting into the product on the field. But i'd be: 1) Holding closed door meetings with current players, making sure to have a sampling of players graduating (those who can speak their mind now), and freshman/redshirt freshman in the program. 2) Making phone calls late tonight or tomorrow to former players (MVS, Q, etc..) who played under this current regime. I'd need to know whether this locker room has been lost from top to bottom. I don't see a recovery being possi
  13. Just as a reminder that we were a 9-2 team last year (regular season), who lost the following: 3-year starter and All Conference starting QB Top 3 rushers, including all rushing TDs Top WR Top tackler and starting MLB Top D-lineman That's not including that our new starting QB has only been with the program for a few months and that we seem to be unlucky with the injury bug this season. All that, and this young team still has a possibility to match those 9 regular season wins - I'd consider that a pretty good rebuilding year. I think we've been spoiled t
  14. War Flamingo aint havin none of it from the no fun police
  15. Winning a conference championship means didly squat if you don't get the NYD bowl. Who cares if we win the conference but are relegated to the who cares bowl vs 7-5 Duke.
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