My fury is building up, now if someone would just tell me what about that article I'm supposed to direct it at...
The most common target has been offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham, also the quarterbacks coach of a program that has had six different starters since Rhoads became the coach in 2009. Never during that span has one quarterback started each game during a season, and that includes the present Grant Rohach-Sam Richardson carousel.
This right here tells pretty much everything I need to know.
I see nothing wrong with the article or questioning the performance of the offense. The fact that the ISU coaches were taken by surprise that tcu defended the offense exactly like the last five team did is laughable. I know it is hard, and the team is beat up, but every minute of planning for OU on offense needs to be spent on figuring out how to beat a 9 man front.
I know it's been said before, but it's not like CPR is going to come out and say, "Yes, I'm going to fire at least two assistant coaches at the end of the season! But I'm keeping which ones a secret so they will all live in dread for the last few games! Wah ha ha ha!!!" This is all coach speak.
Even in the Applebee's call in show last night (monday night) he was both critial and complementary of the OC in the same thought. He's guarding his words & be very careful at this point. It's already obvious he's not going to make any changes in staff during the season.
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