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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Karl Hungus, Jan 3, 2013.
Did I see that right? USF had their spring game today and it was at a high school?
DW further committing UCF to their heel gimmick.
Always the best preview. If we get even solid QB and DT play we could win them all again.
Over the course of two calendar years, UCF beat...
18 AAC opponents by an average score of 45-25
14 bowl teams by an average of 44-26
Four ranked opponents by an average of 46-34
Three power conference teams (including 10-win Auburn and ACC Coastal champion Pitt) by an average score of 39-17
Wimbush alone should be good enough to bend over our league. If someone beats him out then I feel even better.
the most fun about the article are all of the pictures of different uniform combos. Gameday vs. Cincy still GOAT
Boise State should be deep in a rebuild. I wouldn't be surprised to see UCF vs Memphis yet again with a cotton bowl on the line.
The American winner should get the spot pretty much every year. Our league is head and shoulders above everyone. Well maybe if we kick UConn out.
I don't want to play Memphis again this year only because I want those comebacks/late wins over the past 2 years to linger for a while and let it stew in their brains.
I'm a little confused by the Memphis preview. They lose wayyyyyy more than we do. Henderson and Pollard were monsters for them and their def has always sucked. I think everyone is just skitish about Milton's replacement and for some reason think Pitt is good or something.
Miss me with the Memphis contender talk. Without those RB's and tackles they can fuck right off.
I honestly don't know enough about Memphis to know what they should be next year.
Couldn't make it to the Spring game, impressions? I heard Gabriel looked pretty solid as far as that goes.
There's still a lot of debate around qb. It's like we all saw something a little different.
Personal opinion is that Mack is pretty decently in charge right now followed by Wimbush. DG had those glimpses though. You can tell hes a freshman and his timing and reads aren’t quite right, but then he'd scramble or something and it was like "oh, there it is". It really was like a slightly bigger left handed KZ.
But the biggest takeaway imo is that we're going to be in pretty good shape -- at least conference wise -- regardless of what direction the coaches go in. We looked pretty good.
Is Harris just a walkon who had an opportunity because it was the spring game and will back to being a special teams player or do we have another massive NFL sized WR that’s gonna be fun for defenses to try and figure out with Tre and Gabe?
Sounds like he is in the mix for more playing time. Probably be in that 4/5 WR spot on the depth chart.
If he gets a little more consistent catching the ball he could be unguardable. Our skill positions are loaded next year.
is the consensus we will be undefeated again?
I would like citrodong to weigh in with his optimism
We will remain undefeated with Hawaiian QBs
We've supposedly got 1 or 2 defensive linemen ready to grad transfer in. That would help.
I don't know about undefeated, but I'll be expecting 10+ wins on the year. We've just got too many weapons right now and the AAC is so meh comparatively.
Harris dropped a few wide open passes. If they tighten that up he's going to be a stud for us.
Is Goode gonna be able to play right away?
Harris likely gonna be at TE this year.
Looked up Rahsaan Lewis after his long TD catch. Those averages are disrespectful.
“Lewis has done his part by putting together a sensational senior year in two sports. He was a big-play machine for a 10-1 Lakers football team, torturing small-school competition with averages of 18 yards per rush, 19 yards per reception, 77 yards per kickoff return and 78 yards per punt return. He was limited to two kick teturns and two punt returns because opposing teams quickly realized it was a bad idea to put the ball in his hands.”
Oh that was Ray's kid? Dude is fast.
Heard him, Coles, and Thompson all looked like promising new additions to the clown car of talent at the skill positions. Maybe they will let us play with 3 balls this year?
Our offense alone can win the conference again. We own the AAC.
We just made our coach take a 40% pay cut, so watch your back fellas
new AAC media deal seems to be working well for you all.
The freshman WRs coming in look really good too. Crazy the talent we should have next year.
With these cuts to the program budget, football is projected to lose only 1 million dollars this year.
Wow, I thought only public education in Oklahoma was a shit show.
The public universities in the state are the picture of good management compared to us. We just eliminated like 3 dozen degree programs and consolidated a bunch more, so like chemistry, biochemistry and chemical engineering all share a department now. TU is circling the drain.
i feel like there is a golden hurricane joke here but I just can’t quite put it together
so uh, what's left?
We were offering way more degrees than a school our size had any business offering. We're now down to 118 different majors, minors, grad degrees, or certificates. But we cut a few that really made no sense. Speech and Audiology is gone (in the time I've been taking my son to speech therapists and audiologists, I've met only one that didn't have at least one TU degree, we monopolized that field in this region), Chinese is gone, all research based grad programs are gone.
That last one really chaps my ass because they're still trying to tell all these engineering and natural science kids that their degree is as valuable as it ever was and it's worth the truly ludicrous tuition they now charge, while eliminating research.
Ah ok then. I was wondering how a school of that size had 3 dozen to get to rid of. Pretty crazy if you were the only school that was offering the speech therapy though that was servicing basically the whole state.
We've had 2 university presidents in a row that have truly insane ideas about what the school should be and now we're paying the price. Maybe we should have kept that guy who got drunk and pissed on a donor's car at his introductory presser
Hey us too! Our insane ideas were things like "we should have buildings that aren't about to fall down"
So apparently Corddarian is going to see solid playing time at A&M but probably would sit in that 3/4 spot at best on our depth chart. That is pretty insane.
Skeptical that he'll get much run, but we'll see.
Forgot about Looks like Tarzan, Runs like Jane.
I've never seen someone run so soft at that size. Not sure what the issue was there.
Then you see McCrae at 170lb soaking wet running through tackles, around tackles, and away from them.
Some good stuff in here. USF coaches seem like decent folks. It does feel that at some point he almost has to be our Frost.
One day we’ll poach He Who Was Promised from an up and coming g5 team, just as the prophecy foretells. I can’t wait.
Man I never realized how dusty my office is
Both men's and women's tennis in the conference championship today and both vs usf. Women 10am, men 1pm