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Ryan Leaf was framed.
2 years, 11 months ago on Spring Ball Recaps WOOOO!
I saw a couple shots of Coach Salave'a working with the big ugglies(I can say that because I am one). I couldn't help but to notice that he looks bigger and meaner than anyone we have on our roster right now. Is there any rule against a coach actually throwing some gear on and showing his players how to get the job done first hand? If not I think both sides of the line might benefit from the experience. If nothing else, I don't think coach Joe will be catching any attitude from anyone.
2 years, 11 months ago on Low Hanging Fruit Friday - Spring Ball Day One Edition
@WallaCoug Admission is free
2 years, 11 months ago on Martin Stadium Photo BLOWOUT, Plus More
@LucasNurmi If nobody minds i would like to add to my post earlier. When Bill Moos delivered his post Wulff Dismissal speech and gave the line about the apathetic fan base and the line about admitting we are a door mat and getting left in the dust.
I let out a "PREACH ON PIMP DADDY MOOS" in a voice that sounded like ROB ZOMBIES back when he was in White Zombie.
You see Mr. Moos is really putting his you know whats on the chopping block by convincing the board of regents that this will be good for the university. This is taking alot of work on his part. If the fans don't respond than this would be very bad for him and the program. Who knows we might end up taking a spot in the Mountain West. Soooooo......I will put in a little work by becoming a new season ticket holder and showing up to the games....even the one in Seattle.
Thank you Bill Moos and President Floyd.
2 years, 12 months ago on Spring Game Advent Calendar - Seven Weeks
I thought it was Price who said that.
I predict that you will see Casey Locker or Tyree Toomer move a little closer to the ball a nd play some linebacker.
It's amazing how much a Solid pass rush can imrove a secondary and vice versa
You have a point but, You have to remember that he said this after he hired Mike Leach. He showed us he is serious about having a successful program, Now we need to do our part.
@blackcatGK I can't belive no one in that house had a tazer or something that could have helped neutralize that situation. I was shocked when i heard about that and still will be even if I find out only part of it is true.
2 years, 12 months ago on Zero Tolerance for “Zero Tolerance” Policies
@Soze You should read what he posted. It isn't exactly the same thing i posted.
Mkristo Bruce submitted a brilliant post on whether or not "SK's Dismissal is On Target" on the football forum of a different sight for COUGar FANs. He was a part of some good teams.
Mike Leach was run out on a bunch of trumped up B.S. at tech because he let a bad kid hang around too long and paid for it.
I wouldn't call this a Zero Tolerance policy in this case.
Sekope was given a second chance when he Mike Leach was hired. He chose to ignore it. He had the chance to still be a part of this team without smoking weed and without having to prove himself by going through some type of probation. He had the chance to keep his name out of the papers and off the internet. He didn't have to get a 3.3 or 3.5 and have an immaculate attendance record or any of that. He had the chance to quit smoking weed without it being any kind of a distraction which is what CML is truly trying to avoid with this policy down the road.
CML wants players who play football and get good grades he doesn't want to have a bunch of names on his team that are tied to things like what Cliff Harris or Jeremy Stevens pulled.
BYU was mentioned earlier. They have the same type of policy and have a ton of other rules on top of that. Guess what, there football program has gone to a lot more bowl games and has even won one or two national championships.
@Sutra It is a two strike policy. Coach Leach warned the players that they would definitly be kicked off the team for smoking pot. At that time SK had the oppurtunity to make a decision to not smoke weed anymore. As well, at that time he was given the oppurtunity to quit smoking pot and still be a part of the team without paying any consequences. He was given a chance. He chose to do it anyway.
3 years ago on Rules Are Rules....Right?