Klieman & KState are going to be a problem, aren't they?

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This program just feels eerily similar to Snyder's years. Tempo, smart football.
Forced 4 turnovers, while having zero today.

He was the perfect hire for that school to retain that methodical system. I hope he gets poached, soon.
 

clonedude

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Yes.... they will always be a problem as long as Kliemann is there. It was a great hire. They don't hardly look any different than they did when Snyder was there.

They play REALLY hard and smart..... the opposite of OU.
 
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I don't want to take anything away from Coach Klieman, but I think OU stunk up the place in the second half, poor or missed tackles and/or defensive assignments that got blown.

KSU had a hell of a comeback, and they did it with 7 players not able to suit up, but it doesn't happen without the Sooners help...

Let's hope that same OU D shows up next Saturday!!
 
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I don't want to take anything away from Coach Klieman, but I think OU stunk up the place in the second half, poor or missed tackles and/or defensive assignments that got blown.

KSU had a hell of a comeback, and they did it with 7 players not able to suit up, but it doesn't happen without the Sooners help...

Let's hope that same OU D shows up next Saturday!!


Did they ever.
 
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I don't want to take anything away from Coach Klieman, but I think OU stunk up the place in the second half, poor or missed tackles and/or defensive assignments that got blown.

KSU had a hell of a comeback, and they did it with 7 players not able to suit up, but it doesn't happen without the Sooners help...

Let's hope that same OU D shows up next Saturday!!
This is the same thing OU has been doing for what, over a decade now? Occasionally they tighten up on D but otherwise it's a wet napkin and it honestly sucks that they're the face of the conference as they own the 'defense optional' narrative.
 

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Yeah, I'm most aggravated by the fact that they seemed to have nailed the "fit" aspect. For everyone who was hoping for a return to Ron Prince, and that the Vampire was all KSU had going for them, that ship has sailed. They have a legit coach who looks like another Vampire/Ferentz type. They will rarely beat themselves and will absolutely feast on every opponent misstep.
 

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I mean, he'd seriously be a great in the SEC at Arky or SC.
Arkansas may be a good fit actually. I wasn't sure Kleiman was legit at NDSU after taking over what Bohl built but he is very good. His teams are sound, play hard and don't beat themselves.