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Mission9 last won the day on June 7 2013

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  1. I have no idea why you are bringing up Trump. I am an Independent with a rational, objective point of view and found it mildly amusing that a self described Socialist who would have probably implemented a hard lockdown could not even follow the basic restrictions that had been ordered locally. Seems to me those wishing to control our behavior while shaking us down feel like they can do what they wish without impunity. I will always mock politicians like that.
  2. Ok, thanks. Fair enough then. We all know that he is up against it.
  3. I saw the photos. I cannot deny he is hardcore even if it is not my thing either.
  4. Too true. While the country was beginning to experience lockdowns, good ol' Gillum was starting his "Blood and Feces" tour!
  5. Where can I find that response? I can accept what happened the first 3 games and even what happened against Temple. Getting pushing around by a wimpy finesse loser of a program like ECU should never be acceptable.
  6. It is good that you brought that up. Usually, one time is all that you will get away with a play like that. Now, when it was desperation time, I thought since those kicks had caused a little chaos they should have tried another instead of a straight up onside kick try.
  7. The difference between a "good" and "very good" (to great) QB is that they can help out or mask issues with the offensive line. I do not think anyone believes we have a "very good" QB at this point. McCloud is the type of QB which defensive minded coaches like Strong like to have. He plays within himself and generally will not make the disastrous mistakes. The problem is Strong (and now Scott) have failed to provide a good defense and a strong running game with the necessary lines for a guy like McCloud to excel. Now, if you want to state that given our situation another QB should be give
  8. Take Temple. While I have not seen them enough this season for an evaluation since they have only played once, they normally have offensive and defensive lines which one can respect (unlike the team USF just played) . Cuing Lotsofbull99 in 1, 2, 3............
  9. I concur and do not blame you for leaving. ECU has enough skilled players who can make plays that losing to them was not surprising. What is shocking is how the lines were consistently beaten. That is my problem.
  10. Point taken and we are amused. Still, isn't it still a bit stale when we already know the bullpen guy only has a slow "fastball" with zero movement to pitch for a failed coach?
  11. USF has always had trouble with physical teams in the likes of what Notre Dame and Cincinnati are right now. To be pushed around by a bad finesse team like the Pirates is embarrassing and shocking. A lot of the blame does fall on Strong no matter how much we are unhappy with Scott right now.
  12. Guys like you are still here so I am not sure it was the base that we lost with the demise of the Big East it was the front running phonies. Now, getting beaten on the lines against a horrible team like ECU will tend to make you lose the base.
  13. So, just for clarity, I will not complain about a first year coach, who took over a losing team, getting destroyed by Notre Dame or Cincinnati. Still, losing to those miscreant Purple Pirates by getting beat on the lines is unacceptable and I am not happy at all with the guy (Scott) most on here were gushing over when he was hired. Still, to try and say that Strong is innocent in all of this is not rational thinking. I am also aware that Scott was an important member of Clemson's coaching and recruiting staff so I am not going to call for his head before giving him a reasonable shot at clea
  14. Too true. At the time he took over, I do not think I will ruffle too many feathers in saying that USF had the most consistent offense in it's short history. I don't care who the opponents were, you could reasonably expect the team to score enough to win. All Strong had to do was make a bad defense average, yes average, and USF would have probably won the conference. Instead, he brought in a bad coordinator and did nothing really to improve the defense.
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