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Everything seems to be going against us. Alabama is a lot different than SC. A three-star guy who gets an offer from an in state school goes there 98 % of the time. Not like we are doing anything wrong, but the stars are not lining up on the last few guys. Lets admit it, we started late on most of these guys. I don't like hearing such criticism of some coaches in these situations. It's out of state. Lets not forget the great commits we already have. We will be fine if we don't get another commitment. I'm sure we will though.
This post was edited by Cock of the Sou 18 months ago
For me the issue is the lack of a plan. Staffs gone scrambling after losing a few guys. They should've identified a juco LB they wanted a long time ago and had contingency plans in place at CB and LB. We all could tell Langley was unlikely to stick mid season and if our LB coach didn't like Rolin he needed to go find someone instead of resting on his laurels and acting like a arrogant prick to him. We are likely to finish out of the top 20 in recruiting if we don't close with at least 2 guys and that inexcusable IMO.
"Those who live in the past are cowards and losers" -- Mike Ditka
If we get Skai moore we will be fine IMO
Even after Rolin bolted...if Cooper doesn't get hurt LB isn't as big a deal as it is now. The coaches couldn't plan for that...could they?
No, you can't but knowing that you might be one injury away from having a problem, is that not enough reason?
A goal without a plan is a wish, heard Herm Edwards say that and it sorta stuck with me, scrambling at this point in the process is akin to up the creek with no paddle. We will wind up having a serviceable class but if we are objective I think it's safe to say we could've done much much better
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