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RB Sports Discussion => SEC Sports => Topic started by: welchog on October 29, 2017, 06:30:34 pm

Title: CBP
Post by: welchog on October 29, 2017, 06:30:34 pm
If he winds up at UF or Tenn, the east just took a huge step forward if not passing the west.  With what UGa is doing, and supposing the loser of the CBP lottery gets a good coach, the see-saw my swing Eastward.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: IronHog on October 29, 2017, 06:32:49 pm
Nice Bobby =\= BP edited
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Post by: onebadrubi on October 29, 2017, 06:34:36 pm
Bobby won't be able to beat Kirby smart.   Petrino always loses to elite defense with top DL and LB play. 
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Post by: MultipleScoreGasms on October 29, 2017, 06:35:07 pm
The East is making a comeback regardless of CBP.  He still has his baggage, and he isn't tearing it up at Louisville right now.  CBP could come to either one of those schools, but I think they are more likely to go in another direction.  Time will tell though.  Someone with his abilities could be a good fit at UF or TENN.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: hoggusamoungus on October 29, 2017, 06:41:08 pm
If he winds up at UF or Tenn, the east just took a huge step forward if not passing the west.  With what UGa is doing, and supposing the loser of the CBP lottery gets a good coach, the see-saw my swing Eastward.

It seems to me that neither UT or UF has a QB on their roster right now that can manage Bobby's offense. His first two years on the hill were mediocre and as we've seen, Florida ain't overly patient.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: welchog on October 29, 2017, 06:50:13 pm
All he needs is a quality product, maybe a Freshman.  Look what he did with Casey Dick.  It is the system.

Living near L'ville for three years, I can't see why anyone would want to go there.  Tenn and UF have a distinct recruiting advantage.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: HiggiePiggy on October 29, 2017, 07:09:22 pm
It seems to me that neither UT or UF has a QB on their roster right now that can manage Bobby's offense. His first two years on the hill were mediocre and as we've seen, Florida ain't overly patient.

His second year was an 8 win season. Followed that up with back to back double digit wins.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: hoggusamoungus on October 29, 2017, 09:29:23 pm
His second year was an 8 win season. Followed that up with back to back double digit wins.

You think Florida would be happy with 8 wins?  They got that from McElwain.  And yes, things got better with Mallett and Wilson but that's the point, FL ain't got anyone of that caliber.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Jackrabbit Hog on October 30, 2017, 11:46:42 am
You think Florida would be happy with 8 wins?  They got that from McElwain.  And yes, things got better with Mallett and Wilson but that's the point, FL ain't got anyone of that caliber.

You mean you're not a fan of Felipe "Ballpark" Franks? 
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Dropkick on October 30, 2017, 11:50:40 am
CBP is 5-4 after just losing to Wake Forest by 10.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: rzrbkman on October 30, 2017, 12:13:08 pm
CBP is 5-4 after just losing to Wake Forest by 10.

Yep. 5-7 in his last 12 ballgames.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: factchecker on October 30, 2017, 01:00:43 pm
All he needs is a quality product, maybe a Freshman.  Look what he did with Casey Dick.  It is the system.

What did Petrino do with Casey Dick?

Casey Dick Stats

Pre-Petrino:

2007   Arkansas     150/262  57.3 completion %    1695 yards       18 TDs  10 INTs    126.6 passer rating

With Petrino:

2008   Arkansas     205/357   57.4 completion %    2586 yards    13 TDs  14 INTs    122.4 passer rating

https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/casey-dick-1.html

He improved his completion % by 1% and increased his total yardage but he made Casey a worse quarterback overall.

Dick threw more interceptions under Petrino than he did touchdowns and his QBR dropped as well.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Hawg414 on October 30, 2017, 04:48:52 pm
What did Petrino do with Casey Dick?

Casey Dick Stats

Pre-Petrino:

2007   Arkansas     150/262  57.3 completion %    1695 yards       18 TDs  10 INTs    126.6 passer rating

With Petrino:

2008   Arkansas     205/357   57.4 completion %    2586 yards    13 TDs  14 INTs    122.4 passer rating

https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/casey-dick-1.html

He improved his completion % by 1% and increased his total yardage but he made Casey a worse quarterback overall.

Dick threw more interceptions under Petrino than he did touchdowns and his QBR dropped as well.

in fairness, under petrino, dick was charged with handling more than 4 yard out routes.  on 3rd and 6.  not a whole lot of risk in dick's passing game prior to petrino's arrival.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: HiggiePiggy on October 30, 2017, 06:50:42 pm
You think Florida would be happy with 8 wins?  They got that from McElwain.  And yes, things got better with Mallett and Wilson but that's the point, FL ain't got anyone of that caliber.

Nope but they would have been happy with his 10 win season and then his 11 win season that followed those 2 years. 
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Peter Porker on October 31, 2017, 06:44:17 am
in fairness, under petrino, dick was charged with handling more than 4 yard out routes.  on 3rd and 6.  not a whole lot of risk in dick's passing game prior to petrino's arrival.

Except he averaged more yards per completion in 2007. Y'alls Booby naratives keep falling apart.

In summary, way more TDs per completion, more yards per completion, less interceptions per completion, but yea booby made Dick a better QB and walked on water.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Razorbackers on October 31, 2017, 09:21:43 am
It's time to accept that Petrino caught lightning in a bottle at Arkansas, and it wouldn't have lasted here, and anyone that hires him away from Louisville will almost assuredly regret it. He can't win with the best QB in the country against WF.

He did great things here and I'll never forget the feeling of an 11 win season, but his time has come and gone. He needs to stay put.
Title: Re: CBP
Post by: Dropkick on October 31, 2017, 12:17:28 pm
Yep. 5-7 in his last 12 ballgames.
...with a Heisman QB, wow!