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Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
I swear some of the guys around here would bitch and complain if they were in a desert for 100+ years and finally found some water. "It's not cold enough!".
I am one who thinks the OL IS still the weakest part of this team; and there's several reasons: lack of or poor recruiting due to J. Hunt, etc, coaching turnover, missed evaluations, injuries, attrition, etc. I firmly believe Marcus Lattimore made these guys look better than they really are. Anyone who thinks we are gonna improve with him leaving is probably wrong.
Are they going to get better? I hope so. Shell and Robinson were first year players. Cann has 2 years of playing experience. Center will be an adventure next year and hopefully the RG position will be better. Other than Shell have we recruited any true studs?
Seems like I have read somewhere that it takes 2-3 years of "development" (at least) to be a good O-lineman in the SEC; I suspect that is true. Teams like UGA and Bama occasionally get 5* guys that are very good right away - have we ever got any of those guys?
You guys who constantly rip the coaches and troll other Gamecock fans are truly sad. Who cares what prompted Spurrier to go away from the running game? He's a pretty smart guy, he saw that we could pass on Michigan and our running game was struggling. He wants to win! And so do I. Thank God we have him. Les Miles probably would have kept running the ball. And btw, there's nothing wring with "smelling the roses" and still wanting the team to improve. I'm disappointed we haven't won the SECE the last 2 years, but am still hopeful we can get back to Atlanta.
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