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Author Topic: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr  (Read 4713 times)

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jkstock04

Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #200 on: February 14, 2018, 02:30:25 pm »

Hatcher only played in 2 games due to injury. He certainly would have contributed, though.

We're not talking about what would have or could have happened. Where the heck did McKay come from? We're talking about what happened and what is real. That's a pretty big goalpost move there. My number don't assume anything, they are just numbers. Good lord.
Well you were going on about how thin the receiving corp was...that was one guy off the top of my head (receiver) that I remembered transferring out during the Petrino to Bielema transition. He went on to Cincinnati and had a hell of a college career. According to you, that is an example of a  recruiting/retention problem. Iím of the opinion that is a coaching transition problem. We went from power spread to whatever Bielema was about...and when a guy like that transfers out you want to blame it on recruiting instead of the situation.

Letís see how many of Bielemas players are straight up leading the team here in 3 years. If they all stick around like you would claim they should (since recruiting went so well with Bielema) and are leading this team much more so than Morrisí recruits, Iíll eat crow.
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HogPharmer

Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #201 on: February 14, 2018, 04:09:19 pm »

Do you know how pathetic it is to hang onto fifty years ago? Five DECADES.

Oklahoma State is 103-40 in the past decade. Arkansas is 75-64. Winning almost 30 more ball games seems pretty good to me.

Yet you desperately want to join the same conference as them?
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HoggyCat

Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #202 on: February 14, 2018, 04:11:53 pm »

Question about Kansas post-Mangino, because I honestly donít know....

Did they keep their AD?
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HoggyCat

Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #203 on: February 14, 2018, 05:03:26 pm »

Do you know how pathetic it is to hang onto fifty years ago? Five DECADES.

Oklahoma State is 103-40 in the past decade. Arkansas is 75-64. Winning almost 30 more ball games seems pretty good to me.

And if Arkansas played their schedule oven the past decade.....
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Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #204 on: February 14, 2018, 05:05:45 pm »

Well you were going on about how thin the receiving corp was...

WTH no I didn't lol.

Well you were going on about how thin the receiving corp was...that was one guy off the top of my head (receiver) that I remembered transferring out during the Petrino to Bielema transition. He went on to Cincinnati and had a hell of a college career. According to you, that is an example of a  recruiting/retention problem. Iím of the opinion that is a coaching transition problem. We went from power spread to whatever Bielema was about...and when a guy like that transfers out you want to blame it on recruiting instead of the situation.

Letís see how many of Bielemas players are straight up leading the team here in 3 years. If they all stick around like you would claim they should (since recruiting went so well with Bielema) and are leading this team much more so than Morrisí recruits, Iíll eat crow.

You will never eat crow, because I've proven you wrong like a billion times yet here you are just making crap up and moving goalposts so far that they're not even in the stadium anymore.
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jkstock04

Re: My Biggest Fear from the Bielema Erorr
« Reply #205 on: February 14, 2018, 05:55:24 pm »

WTH no I didn't lol.

You will never eat crow, because I've proven you wrong like a billion times yet here you are just making crap up and moving goalposts so far that they're not even in the stadium anymore.
My mistake...I did not really mean to say ďthinĒ I meant to say you were going on about how there were few upperclassmen and mostly only Bielemas offensive players (receivers in particular).

Iím honestly not trying to move goalposts. Iím trying sticking to the subject at hand (unless Iím misunderstanding you). (You say) Recruiting under Petrino was bad because the retention was awful and going downhill which Bielema had to deal with. I say that lack of retention has much more so to do with the coaching transition and philosophy/culture change vs bad recruiting. Thatís the disagreement.

I predict we will see similar defections with this current transition...and I wonít blame shortcomings in 2020 or 2021 on Bielema...promise you. And if his upperclassmen are wholly leading this team in a few years (like you insinuate is the way it should be) I absolutely will eat crow.

Another thing...if we come out and have a banner year this season and win 9 or 10 regular season games (some Bielema fans are comparing this to the Ford/Nutt transition) Iíll be the first in line to give props to Bielema for having that type of talent for Morris to work with.

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