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freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

Most of us can see it was a simple typo and move on, obviously you are a very concrete thinker! :)

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

This section really hammers home a major problem:

In Beaty’s three seasons, he has had three defensive line coaches, three offensive coordinators, three quarterback coaches, three wide receivers coaches, three defensive line coaches, two special-teams coordinators, two linebacker coaches and two running backs coaches.

I must say, I can't see the OC being back next year (his choice) and the DC probably shouldn't be either. So, the steady decline into irrelevancy continues.

Keep it up, Tom.

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

I think the few dozen fans left with me at the end of the game agree with Keegan. We have gotten worse each year since Mangino was fired and we need an Ad who can actually manage a football hire.

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

“the levity of the rivalry game” ??? Sad, misuse of the word as I think he meant to express the opposite. Sadly, I fear this rivalry has indeed become one full of levity--we have watched our football program become a national joke.

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

Can we get the audio from the interviews with Meachum and others?

On Is Peyton Bender still KU's starting QB?

Posted 12 October 2017, 3:22 p.m. Suggest removal

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

No Reggie Mitchell. We don't need another position coach as HC and we certainly need someone from outside the KU program's history in my opinion. We've got a better version of Reggie in Tony Hull right now.

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

These are the sorts of issues that really have me questioning the staff. We just don't seem to be getting much better in the areas we can control. Regardless of talent or experience teams can play energetic yet disciplined football. Yet, we can't seem to ever get it together.

I also question whether we really get better in the second half or if the other team just let's up as a natural reaction to not being pushed and being so far ahead. (How many times have we seen our bball team succumb to this?!) Then, once the opponent shakes that funk off (4th quarter) we see a return to poor play and falling behind.

Thanks for having an article that is highlighting some of the issues that need to be addressed by this football team. Trotting out the same old message and coach speak (and things of that nature) and not getting any results is just getting tiresome.

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

Wow, really classy stuff! Only thing that could have made it better would have been a Weatherwax sighting! :-)

freudhawk (Anonymous) says...

It has been a long time since we've had a QB come out and have a nice performance (that felt repeatable) in the first week of the season. While he missed some throws, had some bad reads, and two INTs I want to also point out that Johnson dropped a beautiful pass to him that could have gone for a TD early in the game. If that would have happened I think the momentum would have continued to mount. After getting stopped that series it then seemed like Meachum stopped (or at least slowed) our throwing over the top and seemed content to dink and dunk.

Regardless, I was encouraged about Bender's play and have hope with more time in this offense he'll continue to improve.