In his post game interview with Donnie Webb, he uttered this phrase 6 times! Six fucking times - go ahead and count them, they're all there. Well guess what Greg, you are PAID to know. At my job if almost every time we had a project something went horribly wrong, you better believe that "I don't know" would NOT be an acceptable answer for my boss. You know what you do with people who "don't know? You replace them with someone who does know.
As Champ points out - this game was a big step back. Since good old Greggo obviously doesn't know what to do next, I'll be glad to tell him. Here's what he should do for the rest of the season:
- Play Doug Hogue at running back. Two games ago you burned his redshirt year, playing him against Illinois and he hasn't seen the field since. Curtis Brinkley is playing on 2 bad knees, refuses to pick up the blitz and Jeremy Sellers is easily the worst running back in Division I football. Paul Chiara isn't any good, but he's better than Sellers - hell right now Kevin Everett would be better than Sellers.
- Play the redshirt freshman on the offensive line - they can't be any worse that what is in there now.
- Start Mike Mele at middle linebacker and get Parker Cantey on the field as well. The 3 starting linebackers are the worst in college football. While we are here, start Derrell Smith at the other LB spot.
- In practice do some drills forcing your defenders to look at the MID SECTION of the offensive player. Even with all the fakes in the world, a person's mid section isn't going anywhere, and since this team falls for every fake and juke an opponent puts on them, this could be helpful.
- Then again, they practice against Jeremy Sellers, which means they never see a juke until game time, so disregard that last point.
- Play Max Suter on defense - he's been one of the few bright spots all year and AJ Brown couldn't beat Rosie O'Donnell in a foot race.
- Put your house on the market and move as far away from New York as possible, you've successfully ruined the last 3 football seasons for me and I can't take it anymore.
There you have it Greg, now you know. Please get out of my life.