"I can only stand being below average so long," Chizik said. "If I don't see a marked improvement in what we're asking you to do as an individual every week, and eventually, if we're not getting results, then we'll make changes."
Ooh, GOOD quote!
True and Valiant
I also remember a game with Kansas when Cy (wore a huge suit then) went out to center field, squatted, and "pooped" a couple of chickens that had been dyed blue then chased them around.
Originally Posted by DJK15
God I hope so, even if it's not the right thing to do, KF needs to do it.
Victory before honor.
Although we improved in some areas, some like kickoffs, unting and fieldgoals looked sick. Not too mny penalties but more than last year. The thing that has everyone worried is the coaching is better but the players are the same group losing the games. Maybe it is the talent level. Maybe two stars do not cut it. Linebackers still making all the tackles. Defensive line had contain but let Jarvis and qb escape time and again. OI line liooked better than dline. Just not enough psazz. We had a Cavalier and they had a Mazda and er p[lay a couple of Corvettes in the future. Next week we play a Volkswagon and then a Ford. We need to trade in our Cavalier for a Dodge Nitro. That is an easy description of our early evaluation.
CFH HMagic bball season next year.
Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.
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