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Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
Grant Ave. Warrior
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I know this has been posted many ways, but now that things have calmed down and everyone is thinking again. Who do you believe would be a good hire as Offensive Coordinator? Take a moment and think about the players we will have left and the type QB we have. (Please try to be realistic)

Who ya think?

Posted on: 11/2/2010 10:48 am
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Pat White

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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Bill Stewart!

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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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It will be whoever our next HC is going to hire.

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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Me. I've logged millions of hours on Tecmo Bowl so I essentially have the same size playbook as Calvin McGee, I'd take less money and not make unfounded racial claims (probably)

Posted on: 11/2/2010 10:59 am
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Realistically, what about the future of Geno Smith? He is not an option read QB but strictly more comfortable as a drop back passer. This team is confusing as hell. They recruit Geno Smith (pro-style but was listed as dual threat), then recruit two top dual threat QB's last year in Brunetti and Johnson and this years only QB recruit is Brian Athey, strictly a pro-style QB. I am not sure that Stew no Mullen know exactly what kind of offense they really want to run.

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Amazing how in the first few responses we have already had more Stew is gone nonsense.

Mullen will go before Stewart and I think that is the point of this thread.

Personally I dunno who they would hire. Hopefully someone who doesn't come in and make another radical change.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 11:04 am
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Rod Smith from Michigan, that's who Stewart wanted originally. I've been told he's been kicking himself everyday for not staying!

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Rod Smith from Michigan, that's who Stewart wanted originally. I've been told he's been kicking himself everyday for not staying!

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Realistically, if Mullen gets fired we are going probably end up with a successful OC from a smaller college, the only way we end up with a good OC from a bigger school is if they are from WV and want to get their foot in the door for the HC position but I can't even think of anyone that fits that description

Posted on: 11/2/2010 11:30 am
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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The o-line coach and the o-coordinator both need replaced.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 11:42 am
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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OC is fine, no one is going to walk in and be better right now.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 11:48 am
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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I agree that the O-line coach will go with the OC but i truly believe we could get a much much better OC. I think that Mullen has some good play design but knowing what it takes schematically and knowing what it takes to execute are two totally different things. Also, you throw in the lack of the OC to make adjustments is a big strike against him.

I'm not familiar with Rod Smith. I'll do a lil research on him...

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I predict that Stew will fire Mullen then Ollie will fire Stew later after Bowl seasson. New HC will fire Johnson. Casteel remains as DC. Beatty hopefully gets to stay as well. Just a prediction.

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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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I'm not sure the adjustments folks are talking about can be blamed on Mullen.

Against South Florida the offense went to TEs and two back sets in efforts to burn burn clock and close the game. I'm guessing that decision did not belong to Mullen.

Against Syracuse, Mullen put a TE in the formation and it helped relieve some pressure on Geno, and by relieve some pressure I mean he was given two seconds instead of 1.5.

Against UConn seven fumbles is hard to overcome. The best back won't run to his assignment, the second best back can't hang on to hand-offs, the receivers won't run their routes north of the sticks.

The team is a mess right now.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 12:34 pm
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Just look at the lack of production in the second half - no adjustments are being made. It has been this way for three years.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 12:37 pm
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Can you be more particular?

West Virginia had the leads in a lot of games and people associate the conservative second half with not making adjustments.

Maybe a better adjustment in the last two games would have been to tie a rope between all the lineman and put glue on the running back's hands.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 12:40 pm
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Syracuse game - they blitzed the entire game. JM didn't make any adjustments to help Geno.

Three step drops
Slants
Run the I - to set up play action

He kept using 5 wideouts and Geno was pressured and confused.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 12:47 pm
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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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Screen passes, boot legs.......Nothing!

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Re: Realistic! Who would be a good OC?
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No, he went with a TE all 2nd half. It helped, it did not fix though. Additionally there were more sets with two backs.

Posted on: 11/2/2010 12:53 pm
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