Hello, chatters. Welcome to another Thursday. I'll be here for the next few hours to take all your questions. Let's get it going
I'm not sure what the discussion was about specifically, but Cox was out with a hamstring injury, so I'm not sure he was even available to play. He didn't get any snaps in the game.
Muschamp is currently coaching special teams at Georgia, his alma mater. I'll presume that he'll get a coordinator job sooner than later and will come with a hefty price tag. I'm not sure Drinkwitz would put a recent SEC head coach in charge of half his team. Would it be a wise move? Perhaps. Muschamp can coach defense. I think he'd be a good person to have in your program because of his intensity, his experiences, his defensive ideas and abilities. But would a fairly young head coach who's building his own program and culture want to hire someone who's recently been a head coach at two different SEC programs? What if the offense goes through a rut and the defense starts playing really well? What happens next: Fans (and maybe some media) start wondering if maybe the DC should be the head coach and the head coach should just handle the offense. Would a DC with more SEC head-coaching experience, like Muschamp, be seen as a threat? Maybe, maybe not. But I'm skeptical that Muschamp has the kind of profile Drinkwitz would consider.
I don't think he needs an offensive coordinator. He could name one of the positions coaches the coordinator, but he's not giving up play-calling. Many, many head coaches call plays on offense. It can work.
This year's team has one senior (Javon Pickett) but has just 12 scholarship players. So, at least two spots come open for next year's team.
I think Calzada's good for one INT. I'll go with Robinson.
I doubt it has anything to do with the bye week. High school kids don't exactly have a knack for ideal timing when it comes to their big announcements.
Not sure we won't see Saban back on the throne by season's end.
It's definitely not my favorite place to visit. Great stadium. Not the most convenient travel spot.
It was in my game story: 46,985,
If you can't recruit at their level, you better develop players better than your competition. Mizzou has less margin for error. Taking the wrong players is worse than missing on the best players. You better have great coaches who can teach and develop, plus an elite strength and conditioning program.
Oklahoma didn't make Burden's final three.
Black jersey, white pants, black block M helmet for Mizzou vs. Texas A&M ... if you care to know Saturday's combo.