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  1. Thanks for the clarification, I had read that it was Satterfield that pushed hard to get him. Don’t remember where but yeah, the interwebs
  2. He was Satterfields hand picked guy. But you’re right Rhule should have watched some tape and said “no, bad Marcus!” And the only person that gets to tell me what to do with my fingers or thumb is my wife.
  3. The sims fiasco rest squarely on Satterfields shoulders
  4. That definitely could be the case. If the money just isn’t there, which is baffling to me, and they are doubling down on who we have already, Rhule better bring in someone that knows how to actually develop QBs. Satterfield has shown it’s not him. It would be a major lapse in judgment if he doesn’t IMO
  5. Is 2 mil not doable nil money for a decent qb for this program? Honest question. It just seems comical and ridiculous that we can scrape up half a BILLION for new facilities, but Rhule seems to get squirmy about 2 mil for the most important position for a team in the modern era. I know that he or NU have little say but damn aren’t we supposed to have some of the most NIL potential in the country? Then he doubles down with we are gonna be old school, stick with our guys and develop them?? Okay….He sure as s#!t better get someone else to work with the QBs then if that’s his plan…I don’t want to hear the Satterfield had nothing to work with deflection, all three QBs had the same problems, that’s on the qb coach.
  6. The fact that Rhule isn’t even considering firing Satterfield, his buddy, is very similar to the nepotism of the last staff. After chinander was fired the defense did a complete 180. Just think if Frost had done his job and pulled the trigger when he should have. We are seeing it all over again just on the other side of the ball. Rhule hitching his wagon to Satterfield and what he brought with him will be his downfall.
  7. I said 3-9 at the beginning of the season. Mostly because I figured we would get our asses legitimately stomped most games. This 5-7 year is even worse to me because we were in almost every game and had opportunities to be at least 8-4 prob 9-3. Yet we still find a way to lose winnable games. Rhule ain’t changing things especially since he’s blind to the nepotism that got him here.
  8. Meh, agree to disagree. We have now resorted to hoping to flip a 3 star from boise state or some such place because their coach got fired. Don’t know maybe he will be great but hearing that doesn’t scream we are killing it on the recruiting trail for that position
  9. This is actually one of the ones we HAD to get and keep. What happens if EJ gets hurt? Ervin staying healthy is unlikely. And with the QB situation we will lean more on the run than ever next year. He is going to be a star wherever he goes, sucks big time it won’t be here.
  10. I don’t disagree at all, and how sad is it we will prob lose
  11. I see where you are coming from but I will counter with; EJ came in and hit the ground running, Purdy hit the ground running except for one bad decision in the Maryland game. The left side of the line has become markedly more serviceable since Corcoran and Piper went down. My point is the replacements haven’t needed time to get better than who they were replacing and no amount of time was going to make that left side of the line better.
  12. I agree it would be a whole new world if we went 6-6. That means they overcame some adversity, I don’t really know if our starters being healthy changes that. Washington maybe our one loss that really hurt this team. Everyone else, their replacements have done just fine or better than they were Edit: you are probably right if the guys starting now had more reps in camp it may be a completely better team, which begs the question what were the coaches looking at that made these guys so low in the depth chart?
  13. Sure we are “ahead of schedule” but it still feels like business as usual when it comes to HOW we are losing these games. Too much to rehash in one post but we are still masters at shooting ourselves in the foot and that does not bode well.
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