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#1 2020-12-06 20:11:14 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

99beers (303)
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Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

Or is it hands off practice/game?


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#2 2020-12-07 06:39:47 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

Wilbur... lol  lol  lol That fits the ole boy well.

Everyone seems to be thinking that he will be finalizing the hiring of his new staff and recruiting this week, then taking an observation role all week before giving the NoHop boys their walking papers Thursday night after the game.


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#3 2020-12-07 07:01:51 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

USMstang wrote:

Thursday night after the game.

2020 - just be done with it - PLEASE! roll

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#4 2020-12-07 09:15:40 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

I would hate to have to observe that massive cluster fuck up close.  Hell, he might quit!!


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#5 2020-12-07 10:04:01 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

Easier to fix than some realize. Weak conference helps greatly. We were competitive in several games even amidst the ongoing turmoil. Good leadership can turn it fairly quickly.

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#6 2020-12-07 10:21:34 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

keyboard kowboy wrote:

Good leadership can turn it fairly quickly.

Good coaches can come into this crapference and win quickly. Lane Kiffin is the best recent example. That said, I don't think Will Hall is on the same level as Kiffin. I think he is an incremental improvement over Hopson. And if winning games were the missing ingredient at USM, USM's history would look much different.

Look for a few years of 8 wins instead of 6-7, but not much beyond that. Hope I am wrong (in the right direction).

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#7 2020-12-07 12:42:45 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

admin wrote:

That said, if and hope

Hello Poydras Bowl


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#8 2020-12-07 17:29:03 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

Black Diamond Reb wrote:
admin wrote:

That said, if and hope

Hello Poydras Bowl

ranks up there with suds at the zone  with  bdr...


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#9 2020-12-07 19:00:43 - Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

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Re: Does Wilbur take full control of team this week?

Why not claim COVID tomorrow and call it a season? How does it work when you have a DOA staff finishing out your last obligations for that last paycheck and a new coach is in the same building? I would imagine the kids that want to come back next season will give it everything but those who have already made up their minds to exit stage left are mentally checked out.


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