Mullen’s post LSU presser

lizardbreath

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The fact that they have been allowed to ask these questions shows that the carpet is soon to be pulled from Mullinz feet. This is always a late, late sign.
When it comes to the agonizing death spiral thing, Doug Dickey comes immediately to mind - as do Hall, Zook, Chump, McSharky, and now the latest member of the bum of the month club; Dooshy Dan. History does indeed repeat itself - just give it time..
 

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The fact that they have been allowed to ask these questions shows that the carpet is soon to be pulled from Mullinz feet. This is always a late, late sign.
I'm pretty sure the season ending loss(yes I said it)to FSU will leave no choice.
 

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Ask him pointedly, "Do Mullen teams have to lose repeatedly to underdogs to grow better.?"
Mullen talked just like it was not a loss.??
Reporters sound like they are not asking the questions they want to ask and nobody is getting the useful answers.?
By now, AR should have had many more snaps such that he is in command leadership of this team.
Mullen has not developed his best QB ... is that an example of a competent HC.?
 

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AR should have been in the whole second half last week vs Vandy gaining experience. No excuse why he wasn't. Mullen is done.
 

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Football is not important. It’s a side distraction. Until this changes, it is very unlikely anything will.

What is the real head-scratcher is the amount we are paying for this. We don’t need to be paying this much.

This is what I, and many others, have been saying for a couple of years now. It’s obvious that football is now viewed as a means to an end only.

Want another example?

Did you see every member of the coaching staff and the administration parading around the SEC Nation set with their “Top 5 Public University” shirts on a couple of weeks ago?
It’s as if they are already comfortable trying to be the Stanford of the East.

Fuchs is retiring at the end of the school year. This is THE opportunity for the UAA and the university to determine the direction of the program. If Scottie and his band of idiots are retained then we know that the strive for excellence has passed.
 

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This is what I, and many others, have been saying for a couple of years now. It’s obvious that football is now viewed as a means to an end only.

Want another example?

Did you see every member of the coaching staff and the administration parading around the SEC Nation set with their “Top 5 Public University” shirts on a couple of weeks ago?
It’s as if they are already comfortable trying to be the Stanford of the East.

Fuchs is retiring at the end of the school year. This is THE opportunity for the UAA and the university to determine the direction of the program. If Scottie and his band of idiots are retained then we know that the strive for excellence has passed.

Now there is some good news. It does not mean it will lead to a positive change, but it presents an opportunity.
 

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Years ago Mullen tried to get the job at Miami. They didn’t hire him and said a big issue with him was he was an arrogant jerk that wasn’t likable. Sound familiar?

The dipshyts running Miami’s athletic department were smart enough to figure him out in a couple hours but our brain trust couldn’t? Go figure.
sounds about right
 

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It’s not simply an issue of being an arrogant jerk. SOS could be one. It’s being an arrogant jerk with zero to back it up.
 

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Fuchs is retiring at the end of the school year. This is THE opportunity for the UAA and the university to determine the direction of the program. If Scottie and his band of idiots are retained then we know that the strive for excellence has passed.
Does the UAA have that much pull?

I honestly do not know and I don’t really know UF’s vision or plan to achieve. The strategy does not seem to focus on keeping up with the modern game if what is presented here is correct.
 

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This is what I, and many others, have been saying for a couple of years now. It’s obvious that football is now viewed as a means to an end only.

Want another example?

Did you see every member of the coaching staff and the administration parading around the SEC Nation set with their “Top 5 Public University” shirts on a couple of weeks ago?
It’s as if they are already comfortable trying to be the Stanford of the East.

Fuchs is retiring at the end of the school year. This is THE opportunity for the UAA and the university to determine the direction of the program. If Scottie and his band of idiots are retained then we know that the strive for excellence has passed.
Says who?
 

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Does the UAA have that much pull?

I honestly do not know and I don’t really know UF’s vision or plan to achieve. The strategy does not seem to focus on keeping up with the modern game if what is presented here is correct.
No.
 

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The season is a schit show. Mullen needs to grow a pair like Riley did when he benched Rattler for the frosh. Start Richardson and get him reps. If you hurt Jones feelings so be it. 1 will transfer. Who would you rather have going forward. It's easy to see from a fans perspective.
 

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I feel bad for the veteran players like Zach Carter. He came back for another season and took it upon himself to get better. And now the inept coaching staff is failing players like him. So disappointing. . .
 

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I feel bad for the veteran players like Zach Carter. He came back for another season and took it upon himself to get better. And now the inept coaching staff is failing players like him. So disappointing. . .
Carter made himself millions by coming back this year, in spite of the coaching. He will be drafted higher and for more money, period, again, in spite of the coaches that have failed him and the team.
 

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That would be my guess. Grant/research money speaks a little louder is my guess.

Then the people in power probably look down on football as barbaric and out dated. A necessary evil or distraction.
 

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