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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby commavegarage on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:01 pm

dtwalrus wrote:
hansen wrote:Yikes, I had forgotten how negative I was about this hire at first. It's Really shocking as I remember getting on the Daz train really early. Now I need to look up that other thread to see exactly how long before I changed my opinion.

EDIT. It was 4 months.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=13437&start=30#p341124


Almost the entire board was ready to burn down Alumni with the news. I think some people softened with the initial press conference the next day and some subsequent media interviews, but this place was a cesspool of despair for a solid 24 hours.


few comments:

1. i think at that point the only type of coach who wouldve satisfied me (and probably the majority of the board) wouldve been an urban meyer type
2. even after the initial anger, i still didnt expect him to do as well as he has
3. i still have concerns about him getting us to the 10-2 season, but it does seem his basement is tobias 2.0, which is something i will take after the spaz years.
4. i am still of the belief that roman will make a great college coach
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby hansen on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:10 pm

commavegarage wrote:
dtwalrus wrote:
hansen wrote:Yikes, I had forgotten how negative I was about this hire at first. It's Really shocking as I remember getting on the Daz train really early. Now I need to look up that other thread to see exactly how long before I changed my opinion.

EDIT. It was 4 months.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=13437&start=30#p341124


Almost the entire board was ready to burn down Alumni with the news. I think some people softened with the initial press conference the next day and some subsequent media interviews, but this place was a cesspool of despair for a solid 24 hours.


few comments:

1. i think at that point the only type of coach who wouldve satisfied me (and probably the majority of the board) wouldve been an urban meyer type
2. even after the initial anger, i still didnt expect him to do as well as he has
3. i still have concerns about him getting us to the 10-2 season, but it does seem his basement is tobias 2.0, which is something i will take after the spaz years.
4. i am still of the belief that roman will make a great college coach


This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby dtwalrus on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:18 pm

hansen wrote:
commavegarage wrote:
dtwalrus wrote:
hansen wrote:Yikes, I had forgotten how negative I was about this hire at first. It's Really shocking as I remember getting on the Daz train really early. Now I need to look up that other thread to see exactly how long before I changed my opinion.

EDIT. It was 4 months.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=13437&start=30#p341124


Almost the entire board was ready to burn down Alumni with the news. I think some people softened with the initial press conference the next day and some subsequent media interviews, but this place was a cesspool of despair for a solid 24 hours.


few comments:

1. i think at that point the only type of coach who wouldve satisfied me (and probably the majority of the board) wouldve been an urban meyer type
2. even after the initial anger, i still didnt expect him to do as well as he has
3. i still have concerns about him getting us to the 10-2 season, but it does seem his basement is tobias 2.0, which is something i will take after the spaz years.
4. i am still of the belief that roman will make a great college coach


This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


I think, now with hindsight, and especially in light of their subsequent loss to Air Force, Colorado State is officially looking like a WTF. Especially at home, especially with the spectacular choke at the end...two 4th down plays.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby twballgame9 on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:20 pm

Colorado State is not a WTF loss. Game was meaningless.

We've pretty much exhausted this topic recently.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby DavidGordonsFoot on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:21 pm

hansen wrote:
This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


Did you seriously just ask this?

:hansen
"I have history, and I understand history, so I know where we’ve been and where we are, and where we are trying to go, okay? But it’s been somewhere between 6.5 and 6.6 wins a year since 1980, which is 38 years. We’re at 7..."
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby twballgame9 on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:24 pm

DavidGordonsFoot wrote:
hansen wrote:
This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


Did you seriously just ask this?

:hansen


That thread from 3 weeks ago hasn't been translated to Japanese yet.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby TobaccoRoadEagle on Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:26 pm

hansen wrote:If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.

stfu hansen. there is a whole thread dedicated to this subject
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby NDubEagle on Fri Dec 05, 2014 7:21 pm

twballgame9 wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:
hansen wrote:
This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


Did you seriously just ask this?

:hansen


That thread from 3 weeks ago hasn't been translated to Japanese yet.


So do Japanese girls put out to/for gaijin? This friend of mine who looks at porn says there are some hot Japanese girls on the interwebs who put out.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby hansen on Sat Dec 06, 2014 1:29 am

TobaccoRoadEagle wrote:
hansen wrote:If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.

stfu hansen. there is a whole thread dedicated to this subject


Does this mean I can't ask whether Flutie will be a WR or QB next year?
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby dtwalrus on Sat Dec 06, 2014 10:39 am

hansen wrote:
TobaccoRoadEagle wrote:
hansen wrote:If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.

stfu hansen. there is a whole thread dedicated to this subject


Does this mean I can't ask whether Flutie will be a WR or QB next year?


I can't wait for the "Official 2015 QB Competition Thread" thread!
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby DavidGordonsFoot on Sat Dec 06, 2014 10:54 am

NDubEagle wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:
hansen wrote:
This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


Did you seriously just ask this?

:hansen


That thread from 3 weeks ago hasn't been translated to Japanese yet.


So do Japanese girls put out to/for gaijin?


Since hansen's been asked this 80 times, I'll answer for him. No, they do not.
"I have history, and I understand history, so I know where we’ve been and where we are, and where we are trying to go, okay? But it’s been somewhere between 6.5 and 6.6 wins a year since 1980, which is 38 years. We’re at 7..."
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby TobaccoRoadEagle on Sat Dec 06, 2014 10:28 pm

DavidGordonsFoot wrote:
NDubEagle wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:
DavidGordonsFoot wrote:
hansen wrote:
This got me thinking.
If Daz is :toby 2.0, then our WTF win is USC. What would be our WTF loss?
Discuss.


Did you seriously just ask this?

:hansen


That thread from 3 weeks ago hasn't been translated to Japanese yet.


So do Japanese girls put out to/for gaijin?


Since hansen's been asked this 80 times, I'll answer for him. No, they do not.


i they are asking about girls with a vagina
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby commavegarage on Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:34 am

the accuracy in this thread (with the exception of me wanting the CEO of the conFLiCT) is incredible
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby commavegarage on Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:42 am

though i guess people who wanted kromer who, "was suspended for 6 games by the Buffalo Bills after punching a child in the face and threatening to kill his entire family", may have been on the same level as diaco
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby claver2010 on Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:15 pm

didn't know where to put this but atl spelled out the p5 hires after the '12 season, a lot of terrible

Gary Anderson, Wisconsin. Left Wisconsin after two seasons. Just resigned from Oregon State.
-- Record at Wisconsin: 19–7, Big Ten: 13–3
Bret Bielema, Arkansas. Still coaching at Arkansas
-- Record at Arkansas: 27–29; SEC: 10–24
Dave Doeren, NC State. Still coaching at NC State.
-- Record at NC State: 30–27; ACC: 12–23
Sonny Dykes, Cal. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Cal: 19–30; Pac-12: 10–26
Darrell Hazell, Purdue. Fired midseason in Year 4.
-- Record at Purdue: 9–33; Big Ten: 3–24
Mark Helfrich, Oregon. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Oregon: 37–16; Pac-12: 24–12
Butch Jones, Tennessee. Still coaching at Tennessee.
-- Record at Tennessee: 33–23; SEC: 14–20
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech. Still coaching at Texas Tech.
-- Record at Texas Tech:28–27; Big XII: 14–24
Mike MacIntyre, Colorado. Still coaching at Colorado.
-- Record at Colorado: 23–34; Pac-12: 10–29
Gus Malzahn, Auburn. Still coaching at Auburn.
-- Record at Auburn: 40–19, SEC: 21-14
Scott Shafer, Syracuse. Fired after three seasons.
-- Record at Syracuse:14–23; ACC: 7–17
Mark Stoops, Kentucky. Still coaching at Kentucky.
-- Record at Kentucky: 24–31; SEC: 10–25


of 13 including dazzler:
5 are already fired
3 are #s 1, 2, & 10 for coaches on the hot seat (bielema, butch, & daz)
4 of the 5 who doing fit in either of the above have a combined 31% in conf win % (doeren, kingsbury, macintyre, & stoops)
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby hansen on Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:56 pm

claver2010 wrote:didn't know where to put this but atl spelled out the p5 hires after the '12 season, a lot of terrible

Gary Anderson, Wisconsin. Left Wisconsin after two seasons. Just resigned from Oregon State.
-- Record at Wisconsin: 19–7, Big Ten: 13–3
Bret Bielema, Arkansas. Still coaching at Arkansas
-- Record at Arkansas: 27–29; SEC: 10–24
Dave Doeren, NC State. Still coaching at NC State.
-- Record at NC State: 30–27; ACC: 12–23
Sonny Dykes, Cal. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Cal: 19–30; Pac-12: 10–26
Darrell Hazell, Purdue. Fired midseason in Year 4.
-- Record at Purdue: 9–33; Big Ten: 3–24
Mark Helfrich, Oregon. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Oregon: 37–16; Pac-12: 24–12
Butch Jones, Tennessee. Still coaching at Tennessee.
-- Record at Tennessee: 33–23; SEC: 14–20
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech. Still coaching at Texas Tech.
-- Record at Texas Tech:28–27; Big XII: 14–24
Mike MacIntyre, Colorado. Still coaching at Colorado.
-- Record at Colorado: 23–34; Pac-12: 10–29
Gus Malzahn, Auburn. Still coaching at Auburn.
-- Record at Auburn: 40–19, SEC: 21-14
Scott Shafer, Syracuse. Fired after three seasons.
-- Record at Syracuse:14–23; ACC: 7–17
Mark Stoops, Kentucky. Still coaching at Kentucky.
-- Record at Kentucky: 24–31; SEC: 10–25


of 13 including dazzler:
5 are already fired
3 are #s 1, 2, & 10 for coaches on the hot seat (bielema, butch, & daz)
4 of the 5 who doing fit in either of the above have a combined 31% in conf win % (doeren, kingsbury, macintyre, & stoops)


Goes to show you how difficult head coaching hires are. Daz is bad but there could be worse. Unless we are going to make a homerun hire, we need to be very careful here.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:45 pm

hansen wrote:
claver2010 wrote:didn't know where to put this but atl spelled out the p5 hires after the '12 season, a lot of terrible

Gary Anderson, Wisconsin. Left Wisconsin after two seasons. Just resigned from Oregon State.
-- Record at Wisconsin: 19–7, Big Ten: 13–3
Bret Bielema, Arkansas. Still coaching at Arkansas
-- Record at Arkansas: 27–29; SEC: 10–24
Dave Doeren, NC State. Still coaching at NC State.
-- Record at NC State: 30–27; ACC: 12–23
Sonny Dykes, Cal. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Cal: 19–30; Pac-12: 10–26
Darrell Hazell, Purdue. Fired midseason in Year 4.
-- Record at Purdue: 9–33; Big Ten: 3–24
Mark Helfrich, Oregon. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Oregon: 37–16; Pac-12: 24–12
Butch Jones, Tennessee. Still coaching at Tennessee.
-- Record at Tennessee: 33–23; SEC: 14–20
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech. Still coaching at Texas Tech.
-- Record at Texas Tech:28–27; Big XII: 14–24
Mike MacIntyre, Colorado. Still coaching at Colorado.
-- Record at Colorado: 23–34; Pac-12: 10–29
Gus Malzahn, Auburn. Still coaching at Auburn.
-- Record at Auburn: 40–19, SEC: 21-14
Scott Shafer, Syracuse. Fired after three seasons.
-- Record at Syracuse:14–23; ACC: 7–17
Mark Stoops, Kentucky. Still coaching at Kentucky.
-- Record at Kentucky: 24–31; SEC: 10–25


of 13 including dazzler:
5 are already fired
3 are #s 1, 2, & 10 for coaches on the hot seat (bielema, butch, & daz)
4 of the 5 who doing fit in either of the above have a combined 31% in conf win % (doeren, kingsbury, macintyre, & stoops)


Goes to show you how difficult head coaching hires are. Daz is bad but there could be worse. Unless we are going to make a homerun hire, we need to be very careful here.


And the list does not include Diaco, who many of us wanted and a very good "could be worse" example. Daz is a very good "be very careful" example.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby eagle33 on Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:50 pm

hansen wrote:
claver2010 wrote:didn't know where to put this but atl spelled out the p5 hires after the '12 season, a lot of terrible

Gary Anderson, Wisconsin. Left Wisconsin after two seasons. Just resigned from Oregon State.
-- Record at Wisconsin: 19–7, Big Ten: 13–3
Bret Bielema, Arkansas. Still coaching at Arkansas
-- Record at Arkansas: 27–29; SEC: 10–24
Dave Doeren, NC State. Still coaching at NC State.
-- Record at NC State: 30–27; ACC: 12–23
Sonny Dykes, Cal. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Cal: 19–30; Pac-12: 10–26
Darrell Hazell, Purdue. Fired midseason in Year 4.
-- Record at Purdue: 9–33; Big Ten: 3–24
Mark Helfrich, Oregon. Fired after four seasons.
-- Record at Oregon: 37–16; Pac-12: 24–12
Butch Jones, Tennessee. Still coaching at Tennessee.
-- Record at Tennessee: 33–23; SEC: 14–20
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech. Still coaching at Texas Tech.
-- Record at Texas Tech:28–27; Big XII: 14–24
Mike MacIntyre, Colorado. Still coaching at Colorado.
-- Record at Colorado: 23–34; Pac-12: 10–29
Gus Malzahn, Auburn. Still coaching at Auburn.
-- Record at Auburn: 40–19, SEC: 21-14
Scott Shafer, Syracuse. Fired after three seasons.
-- Record at Syracuse:14–23; ACC: 7–17
Mark Stoops, Kentucky. Still coaching at Kentucky.
-- Record at Kentucky: 24–31; SEC: 10–25


of 13 including dazzler:
5 are already fired
3 are #s 1, 2, & 10 for coaches on the hot seat (bielema, butch, & daz)
4 of the 5 who doing fit in either of the above have a combined 31% in conf win % (doeren, kingsbury, macintyre, & stoops)


Goes to show you how difficult head coaching hires are. Daz is bad but there could be worse. Unless we are going to make a homerun hire, we need to be very careful here.


a savvy ad would already have chip kelly in his pocket before firing dazoo.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby commavegarage on Mon Nov 26, 2018 11:40 am

bumping this 6 years later in the hope we get news hes gone today / tomorrow

very right on my prediction, wrong on who we shouldve hired (diaco ool)
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby eagle33 on Mon Nov 26, 2018 11:47 am

Funny most posters wanted diaco. imagine the rivalry trophy that could be at stake for the syracuse game had that happened.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby hansen on Mon Nov 26, 2018 11:54 am

hansen wrote:1. do you agree with the decision to hire steve addazio? = NO
2. if not, who do you wish we hired (bob and golden dont count)? = Diaco
3. what are the most wins he will have in one season (not including a bowl)? 8
4. will we make it to the acccg under him? no
5. will he get us to a bcs bowl (or whatever superior system there is down the road)? hell no
6. how will his tenure end? dismissal


wow, I was way more negative at first on him than I remember being. I always saw myself as a bit more supportive as most although nowhere near the level of NotoriousOrange. The Diaco thing was regrettable.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby Onyx Blackman on Mon Nov 26, 2018 12:21 pm

eagle33 wrote:Funny most posters wanted diaco. imagine the rivalry trophy that could be at stake for the syracuse game had that happened.

Syracuse would've made too much sense. He would have partnered with the Tubasteak gang to create some rivalry trophy with Wake.
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Re: this is the prediction thread for the record years from now

Postby twballgame9 on Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:13 am

Greg Roman is still only 46 and turned the grossly inaccurate Tyrod Taylor into a serviceable QB over the past 6 years. He was also TEs coach when Stanford ran the same formations as the Dazzler.
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