View Full Version : yall are ridiculous
10-26-2008, 08:58 PM
have some öööö faith in your team. the is so stupid. get out of this little you dream yall are having. all this talk about josh nesbitt is not the right guy is bs. HE IS YOUNG. we were not even supposed to be this good. i mean come on weve only lost 2 games. this team will be totally different when PJ has time to recruit HIS style players have faith in the man. yall are ridiculous
10-26-2008, 09:03 PM
There are already topics for this. No need to pollute further.
10-26-2008, 09:19 PM
The Tech fanbase is fickle. But most of the regulars on this board are not fickle. It surprised me to see a couple of well known rational posters make some pretty dumb posts.
10-26-2008, 09:50 PM
This was from a thread in the Off Topic section. I think Essobee nails it:
I considered cutting my wrists, but after hearing that beej was considering hitting himself in the head with a brick and carving a "V" in his cheek, I decided that would be enough for both of us.
Ok, so the youngest team in the conference that is not up to full scholarship strength, has some key injuries, and is using an offense not tailored to the players that were recruited for a different system fumbled the ball in the red zone instead of getting the win. Is that worth ruining a nice yellow shirt by bleeding all over the sleeves? Not to me, even if the victor is UVA. A good barf is sufficient.
Perspective. CPJ gets us one more, and he's at least as good as Chan. Very impressive for his first season here. Yeah, there might be some play calling here and there that we don't agree with, and choice of starters here and there that we don't agree with. But by and large, he's doing fine.
From my perspective our biggest issue is still ball control. Say way you want about the helmet hit against VPI, but it was the turnovers that cost us. Same against UVA. We're not getting blown out. Should we suffer a 30+ point loss (heaven forbid) then maybe some pessimism is warranted. 'till then, let's keep our chins up.
<--- lives in a state where the two D-I schools, plus the pro team have a combined record of 3-19.
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