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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by ATXGator, Sep 13, 2017.
All this does is change where he's calling the plays, it don't change the fact that he's a terrible coach. That's like saying well your not a good tight end because you run terrible routes let try you at Wr. It don't change the fact that you run terrible routes. Nuss will always be a terrible coach.
Gives him a birds eye view of how terrible his offense really is
Desperation move to appease the fans
It's just so Nuss can't hear the boos
A couple quotes that jump out at me:
"Hopefully, the game brings a couple hours of enjoyment"
And a couple hours of misery? Or maybe is he planning on forfeiting about halfway through the 3rd?
"...there are a lot more people and a lot more things important than 3rd down and six"
This tells you a lot about his thought processes. First of all he sounds like a moron with no command of basic English. Second, he decides to throw out a random down and distance to make his point, and the first thing that pops in his mind is 3rd and long.
I thought the same thing about the 3rd and long comment...
At this point he's gotta be more familiar with third and long than he is with his own family
Would Ray Charles have a better view with box seats or in the rafters?
Rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic. Shark Humper is toast.
Mac's defeated, he looked pitiful during that presser. He knows he can't pull the wool over the Gator Nation anymore and his time's get'n short.
With Nuss in the box, "Over the top" could have new meaning and less distance to travel... come on Blue side, do the right thing... toss him
Do you guys really believe that Mac is in trouble?
I think it is clear that he has at least until next year so I wonder if there is any merit in continuing to make references to his dismissal.
I can't help but feel like this stuff sounds kinda like Maxine Waters puking her incessant "Impeach 45" rant she seems to love so much.
Honestly, I think the question is whether or not he survives 2018........
The only question is when he'll be fired. Not if. I agree that it'll probably be in 2018 just based on how they handled the Muschamp fiasco four years ago.
Even if his actual job is not in trouble he has to know that his offense is not acceptable. I would bet he has plenty of money so living expenses are probably not an issue. Who here would like to fail on that big of a stage?
I honestly do not think Butters is in trouble this season, but I for one have thrown in the towel on him regardless of what happens this weekend. I turned sour on him in year one b/c I think the product he puts on the field every Saturday is well below average. No improvement, no development, no adjustments, poor fundamentals, no attention to detail. All those things tell me that the process on Sunday-Friday is awful b/c Saturday's are below average. Forget about the record, but I understand that is the easy way out for a non football understanding, SACless AD, and he will rest on that. Our fan base is record oriented and although we have gotten to SECCG twice, the overall product has been bad, and over time in a team sport, if the process sux, the product will also. Regardless of the resutls against UT, my feeling will not change!
Stole mine...but I think he'll hear the "Nuss you suck! Nuss you suck! Nuss you suck!" in the box.
If a coach loses the locker room...he gone. I'm not convinced he survives. The kids look like they are losing faith in him. 2222, being totally on black out seems like a bad sign to me. I bet there's even more **** going on behind closed doors.
I agree it will be 2018, simply because of we seem to be cheap (and don't want to pay the buyout). But I don't get the comment here. Are you implying we'll repeat the fiasco and keep McElwain an extra year? If anything, I would think they learned something from the fiasco and will decide to cut him loose.
If we get trucked again this year (blown out), which I think is inevitable, he's done - and likely this year. I read several message boards and there is a vocal contingent of fans who are usually on the "pumper" side who have given up.
What I don't get about "pumpers" is that most of them are so loyal to the coach that they could care less about the program. Most of us, even pumpers, will admit - at the end of the day - we're Gator fans......not McElwain, or Spurrier, or Meyer, or Zook, or Muschamp fans. We are Gators first and if someone f*cks w/ that then we should want them gone. Right?
This times infinity. The whole "well, him magically becoming a good coach overnight is the best thing for the program" is the biggest pile of steaming poo I have ever heard. Take the orange hued glasses off and look reality in the face. Once you recognize the problem you can start dealing with it. And the whole, "but a coach will never want to come here if you fire him after 3 years" is another pile of bull****. Urban F ing Meyer...we fired Zook mid-year and got a HOF coach. You get what you pay for...you hear me...
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