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I sure am...for so many reasons. First, I can't stand them, so I love when anything goes wrong over there. Second, I think some of us on this board who have the misfortune of being old, kept reminding folks who were freaking out at their moderate success on the trail....to just remember Al Groh's first couple of classes...Parham, Brooks, Johnson...etc etc....they cleaned our clocks on the trail but couldn't touch us on the field. Then, slowly but surely things started to go south up in Hoo-ville.
I'll admit, I was a little worried about the new found enthusiasm up there with London at the helm, but seems as though they have imploded much sooner than I thought they would. London did just enough for us to make some changes on the trail.
I'm also really chuckling at how the script is unfolding EXACTLY how my fellow posters predicted it would at the QB position. Rocco gone...who's next..Watford?
Did you hear Hoo got arrested? Thomas Jefferson would be proud!
London has proven to be a terrible coach with his QB rotation, sideline antics, clack management, ingame decisions, and even more. If posts on the Sabre are any indication, London has lost the support of the fans, and with two 4-8 seasons in three years, including the most recent, "A program on the rise" won't sell. London's leash is shorter than the one I use to walk my pet turtle. However, I still believe the most important measuring stick at this time is beating VT, on the field, in the media, and on the recruiting trail, and I'm afraid could still cost us guys that could help Hokie football.
One of the more unreal things I read was that Moore and one other coach that was let go were showing around a top rated prospect the day they were released. I believe it was Priest Willis a highly ranked CB that is related to one of their players.
If true, that is really crazy. How do you let those guys be the ones giving him the tour?
Hmmmm.....London still having problems with timing.
Hanson drove a recruit back to Fork Union after he was fired. These UVa guys and their rides are something else.
Hahaha...now that's a coffee spitter!
"Don't f*** with the truth. Be the truth. Always." - Patrice O'Neal -
Because London has enough trouble figure out how to put his pants on in the morning. You can't expect him to have the foresight to have a coach that is still employed by the university host a recruit.
1. You have a pet turtle?
2. You walk this turtle?
I would think a leash unnecessary for such an outing, but I have no experience in such things. Maybe your mind wanders a lot?
I find all this disturbing, and like most of you, I wish no ill will on UVA. I think London is basically a good man, and he is in a tough position, but he will find a way to right the ship. Anything detrimental to UVA football, is detrimental to Virginia football, ACC football, and ultimately weakens us, and lessens our growth as a team. I hope UVA will get past this challenging time, and emerge stronger than ever.
And Finally, by show of hands, who believed a word of that crap I just typed? Got ya.
He obviously had no say in this, I have to think even he wouldn't be that stupid
Wow, just realized Lazor wasn't one of the ones let go. Surprised. I'll be even more surprised if he stays.
Me thinks you might be giving him way too much credit!
I don't see him making it to spring practice.....
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