Ringing the Bell on a new era of UM Football.
^ there is no reason for you to feel sorry or for you to apologize. I didn't miss your "point" - I refuted your "point" ... Hopefully we'll see improvement and better overall execution on the field this Saturday !!
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Our QB didn't need to go to the fucking sideline for every play call. That, my friends, is progress.
Stop waiting for UMass to do something big and help UMass do something big. - Shades
I watched the first half and while the second quarter was disheartening, that first quarter was a thing of beauty. Like many of you have already stated, the hurry-up offense is great when drives are sustained. The defense is going to be overmatched in every game regardless. Putting them on the field when they are gassed is going to make things even worse. I like what they are doing on the recruiting trail and building through the offensive line and defensive side of the ball so I think there's hope, but we have said that before...
Funny, with Whipple gone, I had put this far out of my mind. It's a great point and a significant improvement.
Bamford has erased McCutcheon