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The worst coaching I've ever seen was by my coach last night

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It's the day after and I'm still not over this one boys. This was worse than any Martyball, McCarthyball, Pagano, Kiffin etc. Jimbo Fisher of the Florida State Seminoles is a fool.

 

We had (had only because we've now lost 3 games...he's the best football player in the country) a Heisman Trophy candidate at RB named Dalvin Cook and he got the ball 8 times in the first half, and it wasn't because of some time of possession garbage. We went 3 and out many times when he never even touched the ball. 

 

So before he even gets to 15 carries in the 2nd half, this is what happened. You can't make this up...

 

He busts 1 and takes it to the house. The next drive, he does it again! That's 2 carries in a row for 50+ yard TDs. At that point we're up by 8 and stop Clemson. When we get the ball back in the 4th * quarter...3 and out all passes. Clemson then scores. On our following drive they give it to him on 1st down and he doesn't score but he still ran for over 50. It gets called back over a bad chop block call. Jimbo Fisher loses it and has a total meltdown on the sidelines and gets a 15 yarder on himself. That made it 1st and 25 and we ultimately went 3 and out passing. Cook got 2 more touches the rest of the game (1 of which was a touchdown).

 

If all of that didn't process, here's the short version. Our RB had 3 straight 50+ yards carries, 2 of which were TDs. In between the 2nd and 3rd carry, he didn't get the ball and we went 3 and out. On the 3rd carry, the refs robbed him but instead of just handing it to him again (he would have had atleast 3 chances to get 10 yards for a first down late in a game we were winning) the meltdown happened. Is there any other coach in the world that would do this? Forget the meltdown...is there any coach that wouldn't hand the ball to a guy who had 2 straight long TD runs in a game that was still close?

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On 10/30/2016 at 5:24 PM, BloodyChamp said:

It's the day after and I'm still not over this one boys. This was worse than any Martyball, McCarthyball, Pagano, Kiffin etc. Jimbo Fisher of the Florida State Seminoles is a fool.

 

We had (had only because we've now lost 3 games...he's the best football player in the country) a Heisman Trophy candidate at RB named Dalvin Cook and he got the ball 8 times in the first half, and it wasn't because of some time of possession garbage. We went 3 and out many times when he never even touched the ball. 

 

So before he even gets to 15 carries in the 2nd half, this is what happened. You can't make this up...

 

He busts 1 and takes it to the house. The next drive, he does it again! That's 2 carries in a row for 50+ yard TDs. At that point we're up by 8 and stop Clemson. When we get the ball back in the 4th * quarter...3 and out all passes. Clemson then scores. On our following drive they give it to him on 1st down and he doesn't score but he still ran for over 50. It gets called back over a bad chop block call. Jimbo Fisher loses it and has a total meltdown on the sidelines and gets a 15 yarder on himself. That made it 1st and 25 and we ultimately went 3 and out passing. Cook got 2 more touches the rest of the game (1 of which was a touchdown).

 

If all of that didn't process, here's the short version. Our RB had 3 straight 50+ yards carries, 2 of which were TDs. In between the 2nd and 3rd carry, he didn't get the ball and we went 3 and out. On the 3rd carry, the refs robbed him but instead of just handing it to him again (he would have had atleast 3 chances to get 10 yards for a first down late in a game we were winning) the meltdown happened. Is there any other coach in the world that would do this? Forget the meltdown...is there any coach that wouldn't hand the ball to a guy who had 2 straight long TD runs in a game that was still close?

Yeah. Pete Carroll.

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