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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-06-2019 09:05 AM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  
(09-06-2019 08:45 AM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  
(08-31-2019 07:43 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  
(08-31-2019 11:16 AM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  Chuck Strong's last 7 games:

Loss vs. Houston 57-36
Loss vs. Tulane 41-15
Loss vs. Cincinnati 35-23
Loss vs. Temple 27-17
Loss vs. UCF 38-10
Loss vs. Marshall 38-20
Loss vs. Wisconsin 49-0

Notice a trend here.

That's very telling. After finishing last season with 6 straight losses, you have to come out in the first game and play Wisconsin better than 0-49. This was at home. Not even a field goal. Chuck Weak has checked out and so has the team. He looks like Chip Jelly on the sidelines and going through the motions with a glazed look in his eyes. He'll be gone by the season's end and USF can go get a real coach. They did pretty good on the basketball hire.
Except that they hired Brian Gregory right after GT let him go. GT hired him right before Dayton fired him. BG: A nicer hoops Lane Kiffin.

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Gregory has the hoops team trending majorly upward. USF is expected to contend for an NCAA bid this year and be a top 50 or so NET team.
He still sign more transfers than recruits? Still view offense as a thing that happens between defensive possessions?

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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
I have to remember this thread for the AAC threads. Better hope USF does not beat GT.
09-07-2019 06:45 AM
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
Charlie's been a coach for nine years.

Three Top 25 teams.

His other six teams finished with 6 or 7 losses.

This year looks like another 6 or 7 loss season.

Feast or famine. Mostly famine.

But, he's made over $30M coaching football. So good on him.
09-07-2019 08:34 AM
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 06:45 AM)sierrajip Wrote:  I have to remember this thread for the AAC threads. Better hope USF does not beat GT.

I want them to beat GT.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
He needs to get his players at USF to be successful. Its too short to pull the cord on Strong. He was successful at L-ville but he had his players. A big difference between Tags and Strongs offense strategy.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 08:13 PM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.

I thought he did. But the main point was that inexplicably, ESPN did not have a view of him leaping and extended with the goal line also in the frame so we could see.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 08:18 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:13 PM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.

I thought he did. But the main point was that inexplicably, ESPN did not have a view of him leaping and extended with the goal line also in the frame so we could see.

Because ESPN is dishonest and doesn’t want a g5 team to beat a cartel.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 08:18 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:13 PM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.

I thought he did. But the main point was that inexplicably, ESPN did not have a view of him leaping and extended with the goal line also in the frame so we could see.

Agree to disagree. USF did do better than I thought.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 08:21 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:18 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:13 PM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.

I thought he did. But the main point was that inexplicably, ESPN did not have a view of him leaping and extended with the goal line also in the frame so we could see.

Because ESPN is dishonest and doesn’t want a g5 team to beat a cartel.

Nah, because last week, Cincy benefited when UCLA seemed to get 7 points on a scoop and score, but the refs ruled the Cincy runner down, and ESPN did not have an angle that saw what happened.

Maybe with all these bazillions of games now being covered by all the ESPN networks and ESPN+ and everything, their cameras are just spread too thin, or else the cameras are being manned by amateurs employed by the schools?
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 08:28 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:21 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:18 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 08:13 PM)sierrajip Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 07:27 PM)quo vadis Wrote:  Tech beat us 14-10, both teams were bad.

We probably got screwed, near the GT goalline late, our QB dove over the pile and extended the ball to break the plane but the ball came out and the refs ruled a fumble recovered by Tech.

He probably did score, but as in the Cincy-UCLA game ESPN had putrid replay angle and you couldn't tell for sure.

He did not look like he had possession of the ball when it crossed. I wish that USF would have prevailed, but the running back just made a mistake. One of those things.

I thought he did. But the main point was that inexplicably, ESPN did not have a view of him leaping and extended with the goal line also in the frame so we could see.

Because ESPN is dishonest and doesn’t want a g5 team to beat a cartel.

Nah, because last week, Cincy benefited when UCLA seemed to get 7 points on a scoop and score, but the refs ruled the Cincy runner down, and ESPN did not have an angle that saw what happened.

Maybe with all these bazillions of games now being covered by all the ESPN networks and ESPN+ and everything, their cameras are just spread too thin, or else the cameras are being manned by amateurs employed by the schools?

An ESPiN conspiracy. With control of CFB, why would that happen.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
I saw a few rays of hope in today's USF loss. USF probably should have won the game. The runner crossed the goal line, but you couldn't really tell based on the angle so the call on the field of a fumble stood. USF would have likely won 17-14 as Georgia Tech was doing nothing on offense in the second half. Secondly, USF may have found their QB of the future in Jordan McCloud. Came in and provided a big spark to USF (finally). So, I am slightly more upbeat today than last week vs. Wisconsin, which was a complete and total disaster.
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RE: How bad a coach is Charlie Strong
(09-07-2019 10:55 PM)BullsFanInTX Wrote:  I saw a few rays of hope in today's USF loss. USF probably should have won the game. The runner crossed the goal line, but you couldn't really tell based on the angle so the call on the field of a fumble stood. USF would have likely won 17-14 as Georgia Tech was doing nothing on offense in the second half. Secondly, USF may have found their QB of the future in Jordan McCloud. Came in and provided a big spark to USF (finally). So, I am slightly more upbeat today than last week vs. Wisconsin, which was a complete and total disaster.

Yes, unforgiveable that ESPN/ACCN camera couldn't get our runner and the goal line in the frame. Terrible camera work. What good is replay review without good replay?
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