Paul Finebaum on ESPN radio today talks Lincoln Riley Dallas Cowboys future

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  1. phildadon86

    phildadon86 Well-Known Member

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    I cant see him going to that dumpster fire.
     
  2. AmariChill

    AmariChill Well-Known Member

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    He's not going to waste his talent going to a dark hole of a team with an evil overlord as an owner.
     
  3. atlantacowboy

    atlantacowboy Zone Supporter

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    Eh, not really. Hurts lost his job to Tua and he should have lost that job long before he did. He was putrid throwing the ball. I still can't believe its the same guy at OU. Clearly, he had the ability but Bama loses a coaching staff every off season and Saban is no Qb coach. Riley did the same thing with Baker who was a Texas Tech washout and Kyler Murray who made people miss Johney Manziel at A & M. So, Its not like Hurts is the first guy Riley has turned around.
     
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  4. calicowboy54

    calicowboy54 Well-Known Member

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    If he Runs a Hybrid of AirRaid and incorporates some NFL concepts i think it can Succeed... but if you look at True Air Raid Mike Leach or what Kliff is running, i dont think it will work. Linemen are split wider which opens bigger gaps for dline penetration which is why Kyler Murray is getting killed in NFL. running a-lot of bubble screens crossing routes etc as running plays... will not work in nfl DL and LB are too fast.
     
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  5. Rajat

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    I am not denying that Riley is a good QB coach. All I said was Hurt's turn around started in Alabama itself. I am not sure if you follow this team, but Tua got hurt in one of the playoff games and Hurts went in and started throwing the ball around and got the win. He was a different QB in that game. His progress had started in Alabama itself and went to another level in Oklahoma.
     
  6. erod

    erod Well-Known Member

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    Most prolific passer?

    LOL, you mean other than Meredith, Staubach, White, Aikman, and Romo.

    LOL, wow.
     
  7. ScipioCowboy

    ScipioCowboy More than meets the eye.

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    I’m talking about Romo. Wouldn’t it suck to waste Romo’s career on a coach-in-training who ends up leaving before ever getting past the divisional round?
     
  8. atlantacowboy

    atlantacowboy Zone Supporter

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    I haven't missed an Alabama game in 17 years. So, yeah, I kinda know the player. The performance against UGA to which you refer had more to do with what UGA was doing than what Hurts was doing.
     
  9. Rajat

    Rajat Well-Known Member

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    Well I am no football guru, so I will take your word for it. :) Roll Tide!!
     
  10. erod

    erod Well-Known Member

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    Ah, gotcha.

    Yeah, that would be sad. I will say this for Garrett....he did finally convince Jerry to stop ignoring the offensive and defensive lines early in the draft and build a younger roster. That will be Garrett's positive legacy amidst a bunch of failure.
     
  11. Mannix

    Mannix Well-Known Member

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    --------2 shots at the National tittle and lost both times!

    Really? He had no where near the team that Alabama, Georgia, or Clemson did....you really faulting him for not winning a NC???
     
  12. BoysfaninVegas

    BoysfaninVegas Well-Known Member

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  13. alicetooljam

    alicetooljam Well-Known Member

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    Bold, hollow, proclamations...what else is SAS good for? Lincoln isnt going anywhere....book it.
     
  14. alicetooljam

    alicetooljam Well-Known Member

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    He inherited Stoops brother as D coordinator...he just hired his own and theyll get better players/results on that side of the ball, give him another year or 2....having said that, hes not leaving Oklahoma any time soon....Dallas vacancy or not.
     

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