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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by Bobby Layne, Aug 1, 2018.
Obviously Taggart gotta show something this year or its gonna get ugly in Tally
How many games does he have to win?
I'm not sure they can afford a buyout until year 3 anyways. Not sure if Dre agrees, but 8 wins seems like a best case scenario I'd say?
If the offensive line is not improved any your best case is 5 or 6. If you get the OL to average or slightly above it's 9. So I'd say 8 is about right for best case because getting to even average after 1 season would be a miracle.
So how many does he have to win? To avoid getting fired? Become bowl eligible. I think that 2 years of non bowl-eligibility is the only way he gets canned and even then doing that after 2 years would not be easily done monetarily.
But to some in the fanbase, he would have to win 9-10 games to regain their trust/support.
Texas bag$ are too strong.
If being exposed as a total scum bag through the Zach Smith stuff wasn't enough, what's gonna be?
OK, cool. hookem
Texas bags bigger then TAMU bags?
If the faucet is fully open for both I'd think they were comparable, but I also am not as familiar w/ the lay of the land out there
1 more losing season and Franklin’s seat will be very not stable
One more??? He hasn’t had a losing season there...
9-4 is considered a losing season?
My bad for some reason I thought of the 7-6 years as losing.
With all the circumstances and how down most of the B1G was a lot of PSU alums I know were really down on him last season considering what they could have done (they think they should have won the east or at least finished the year 11-2.)
They’re not calling for Franklin to be fired (they like him a lot) but they were begging for him to be hired away by USC as the narrative is turning into “He’ll never win a championship and, outside a blocked FG against tO$U, can’t win the big games.”
They’re going to regress further without Trace likenthey did without Saquon. If they finish 7-5, 6-6, his seat is gonna be pretty hot.
Was the B1G really down? It was the second best conference in S&P+ last season (narrowly beating out the Big XII but still 6 points better than the Pac 12 and 9 points better than the ACC).
That roster still has a lot of talent at worst they go 8-4 next season. Their OOC is trash, and they don't have to play Wisconsin.
MSU is the place to keep an eye on in the B1GE. Godfrey mentioned on PAPN that the coaching community expects there to be change there next season. I don't think they would fire him, but there is going to be some pressure for him to retire if the offense doesn't improve.
Watcha mouth fam
If Michigan loses to OSU again the Fanbase wants Harbaughs head and the boosters wants his head as well and the media will ruthless as usual
The fanbase/booster culture is not that reactionary. There will be meltdowns and *****ing and moaning for a couple of weeks, but then the McCaffrey hype train will start.
Michigan is not LSU or Auburn.
We are not but I did hear that the boosters were mad and they wanted those changes
It took Brady Hoke 8-5, 7-6 and 5-7 and Harbaugh waiting in the wings to be fired. He's not going anywhere.
So, this Dematrius Davis kid looks like he’s gonna be the next star out of Texas, eh? @statis22 @N41D
He’s going to be a rock star.
The 2021 class might be the best group of high-end talent Texas has ever produced by the time it’s done. It’s nutty.
Davis, Stone and Stowers all look like elite QBs. The OL crop is insanity.
Which one can we get?
USC just got hit with another class action sexual assault suit.
Any insight to where Davis is headed?
Way too early in Davis. Going to have offers from everywhere.
Its going to take a bad season or two for Harbaugh to get fired. But hes not getting fired because hes the right fit for Michigan and Fans growing impatient and unrealistic expectations. But I think he beats OSU this year.
Are all of the top programs just roiding up?