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TheSker last won the day on December 25 2013

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  1. TheSker

    Riley and Eichorst are off the books.

    It wasn't just Eichorst and Riley......Perlman got this whole thing going....
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    Riley and Eichorst are off the books.

    The article says Pelini......
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    Defensive Philosophy

    Where in the world do you get that Frost and Chinander don't want a solid, disciplined defense? Seriously......
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    Defensive Philosophy

    I think many fans haven't heard what the coaches have actually said.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    Osborne also liked the shovel pass.
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    Weird Time for Christians

    Odd diatribe since the abortion debate is about the one who chooses, which is not the baby.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    Frost mentions the run setting up the pass in today's presser.
  8. TheSker

    What did we learn: Illinois

    That shift in direction came with some G force.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    It never did for Mike Riley.
  10. TheSker

    What did we learn: Illinois

    Understood and agreed. My post wasn't about the quarterback running, but about not just paying lip service to the run game. The coaching staff has developed Ozigbo to a probable NFL pick.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    I understand the "point" you're trying to make. The difference is Frost doesn't pay lip service to the run game. Mike Riley paid lip service to the run game, including with the quarterbacks he recruited. Yesterday's game started with designed quarterback runs. Frost, by principle, believes in a strong run game.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    It's more worthy of ignoring. Fo Fiddy was funny.....like 3 years ago....
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    Why not? Frost wants his defense to cause turnovers, disruption, and get sacks. They will usually play more snaps than the average.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    Our defense this season has little to do with low expectations by Frost, Chinander or most anyone else. The roster could not be flipped in one season. Frost primarily started roster flipping on the offensive side of the ball. And if you know anything about Frost's coaching mentor, some guy named Tom Osborne, you'll know that staff turnover is not going to happen. Thankfully.
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    What did we learn: Illinois

    Remember when Mike Riley said he wanted to be among the top 3 in the conference in rushing? Remember how many 1,000 yard rushers we had during Riley's 3 year too long tenure?
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