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^^this^^^^ not to mention the off field issues UF had while he was there. Its about more than wins and losses but I am just a blind homer because I look at that. A difference in opinion makes me a stupid teenager, I'm 31, and blind homer. Sorry I don't see things the way you first class super fans who are in the Geritol stage of your life. Roll Tide!
This post was edited by BamaTaint 18 months ago
Based on all the complete lack of discipline that he left. Was the talent better? I think that is pretty clear that it was, although you may be able to make an argument is wasn't all that better than when he arrived. I'm not arguing with what he accomplished, but I just think that he knew there were going to be some lean years because he hadn't developed that talent and bolted at the best possible time so as to not have back to back 7-6 type seasons. I think Muschamp dramatically over achieved in the W-L category this year, and if it wasn't for the toughness of his team this year that I don't think they ever had under a Tebow-less Meyer, they very easily could have been 7-6. Again, just my opinion.
Muschump would disagree with this and has said so. And he would know better than anyone else. What Urban left is an 8-5 season his last year. 3 of those 5 were blowout losses to Bama, USCe, and FSU by an average loss of more than 3 td's. Muschump, who looks to be a good coach, went 7-6 with what Urban left him. Not sure where the foundation you're speaking of was. Urban left UF in a mess.
This post was edited by foteen 18 months ago
You have to give the Devil his due. I don't like him at all and our coach is superior but he is a good coach.
It would make Muschamp look better if he said that, wouldn't it.
Maybe you could point out which Muschamp recruit had much to do with their 11 win season this year.
The problem last year was an injury to their QB and Charlie Weis as OC.
"Don't confuse association, with something we both really like." ---JB
Let's keep it real: Just like CUM, none of us can handle losing, either. The real rub for Meyer is that he doesn't know how to win when his team is pitted against Nick & the Tide. It's that conundrum that leads Urban to have such a pained facial expression when Saban & Bama are brought to mind.
I'm shocked a new coach coming in that finished 500 would blame it on a lack of talent.
Muschamp disagrees with it yet 15 of those players from his first year are going to be drafted. Which will end up as one of the top producing programs.
Florida had 4 guys go last year and currently have 8 to 11 guys that will be drafted this year depending on the site you look at. They could have 3-4 first rounders in that time and at least 6 guys that went in the first two rounds.
My how so many coaches would hate to have a team full of NFL players to coach.
People that takes up for urban liar don't have a clue. Not only did he leave the program in a world of crap he turned Tebow, his biggest success story, into an NFL failure due to his not coaching him properly. No one wants Tebow with the circus he brings with him and his me me me attitude since Jacksonville has said no way. Some people forget the act he put on trying to avoid the press by checking into the hospital after Bama beat him. CNS ran the clown out of the SEC. The other coaches had his number and it was only a matter of time until he became a door mat and he knew it. When players started saying he didn't discipline certain players it marked his coaching ability. He should have been taking notes on what CNS was doing instead of lying his way out of the SEC.
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