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A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 7:09 pm
by BostonCollege1
In the wake of one of their biggest blowout losses, they come up with this shit? Rubin wrote it, but Meat Baum must be involved; can't spell transcendent correctly.

https://bceagles.com/news/2019/10/31/eagles-unlimited-appreciation-for-a-transcendant-generational-talent.aspx

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:04 pm
by hansen
Dillon is good but there is way too much knob slobbing here. I don’t think it’s deserved.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:09 pm
by BC923
AJ is a great player, although I don’t think Daz’s “gain 20 pounds” S&C program did him any favors. His freshman year was electric, mostly because he was lighter and quicker.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:33 pm
by BostonCollege1
BC923 wrote:AJ is a great player, although I don’t think Daz’s “gain 20 pounds” S&C program did him any favors. His freshman year was electric, mostly because he was lighter and quicker.


I agree that he's too heavy, but that does fit Daz' system. Hansen may also be correct that it's over the top praise, but it's hard to know without a QB to keep defenses honest.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 7:56 am
by claver2010
rubin is absolutely embarrassing

not exactly unexpected from state run media but jfc they just set the record for most yards allowed in a game (breaking the previous feat from earlier this year)

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:16 am
by eagle33
claver2010 wrote:rubin is absolutely embarrassing

not exactly unexpected from state run media but jfc they just set the record for most yards allowed in a game (breaking the previous feat from earlier this year)


I have a feeling that record will be broken again before the season is over.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:22 am
by HJS
I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:56 am
by BC923
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.

Yeah I really don’t see the issue with this article. Of course state media is going to focus on the highlights. Giving Dillon his due is deserved

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 9:33 am
by claver2010
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

dillon is probably best non OL offensive player outside of ryan i can remember at bc. unfortunately, his accomplishment just coincided just on a week where we were howard

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:06 am
by Corporal Funishment
AJ just got the ball and sprinted forward recklessly every carry his freshman year because he had to compete for carries as the backup

Then he won the job and allowed himself to believe the next step in his development was to become "a complete RB" which meant being patient, dancing around behind the line, and so on

On net, this has made him less effective than he used to be

Now Bailey sometimes looks better than AJ because Bailey is the backup who has to earn carries and therefore just takes the ball and runs hard

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:12 am
by HJS
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

I truly do not understand why anyone cares what the media does or doesn't do any more. The institution devolved into irrelevance over a decade ago. If someone in the media was to call out Daz, it would (a) be done incompetently, (b) engender support for the coach from the administration and (c) otherwise go unnoticed. While I guess I can understand the cathartic release that comes with validation from fellow sympathizers, I am surprised that folks still cling to the fiction that media pressure drives decisions.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:16 am
by BC923
HJS wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

I truly do not understand why anyone cares what the media does or doesn't do any more. The institution devolved into irrelevance over a decade ago. If someone in the media was to call out Daz, it would (a) be done incompetently, (b) engender support for the coach from the administration and (c) otherwise go unnoticed. While I guess I can understand the cathartic release that comes with validation from fellow sympathizers, I am surprised that folks still cling to the fiction that media pressure drives decisions.

I disagree, but only because it might get Coach Thinskin to assault a member of the media on camera and be terminated for that reason.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:35 am
by claver2010
HJS wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

I truly do not understand why anyone cares what the media does or doesn't do any more. The institution devolved into irrelevance over a decade ago. If someone in the media was to call out Daz, it would (a) be done incompetently, (b) engender support for the coach from the administration and (c) otherwise go unnoticed. While I guess I can understand the cathartic release that comes with validation from fellow sympathizers, I am surprised that folks still cling to the fiction that media pressure drives decisions.


i guess that's fair and even if questioned he'd revert to youth and inexperience. i would love to hear what his / sheridan's thought process was matching up sparracio against those WRs

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 11:27 am
by innocentbystander
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5


Respect his privacy. :laugh :lol:

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 12:21 pm
by MilitantEagle
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

I truly do not understand why anyone cares what the media does or doesn't do any more. The institution devolved into irrelevance over a decade ago. If someone in the media was to call out Daz, it would (a) be done incompetently, (b) engender support for the coach from the administration and (c) otherwise go unnoticed. While I guess I can understand the cathartic release that comes with validation from fellow sympathizers, I am surprised that folks still cling to the fiction that media pressure drives decisions.


i guess that's fair and even if questioned he'd revert to youth and inexperience. i would love to hear what his / sheridan's thought process was matching up sparracio against those WRs


Can't people call into Addazio's Monday evening show? Or you could ask on twitter...

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 12:53 pm
by innocentbystander
MilitantEagle wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

I truly do not understand why anyone cares what the media does or doesn't do any more. The institution devolved into irrelevance over a decade ago. If someone in the media was to call out Daz, it would (a) be done incompetently, (b) engender support for the coach from the administration and (c) otherwise go unnoticed. While I guess I can understand the cathartic release that comes with validation from fellow sympathizers, I am surprised that folks still cling to the fiction that media pressure drives decisions.


i guess that's fair and even if questioned he'd revert to youth and inexperience. i would love to hear what his / sheridan's thought process was matching up sparracio against those WRs


Can't people call into Addazio's Monday evening show? Or you could ask on twitter...


I remember dialing in to a similar show when :spaz3 was running the show. Anyone who asked Spaz a challenging question, some "moderator" would interrupt the questioner asking who he was and if he was a member of the media that had the authority to ask that kind of question. And Spaz would never answer it. Spaz only ever answered softball questions. So basically, Spaz was never held accountable in those evening shows for his incompetence.

I can't imagine this would be any different with Addazio.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 12:54 pm
by Los
Don't recall them ever taking calls on the radio show. It's pretty much just an hour of Meter tossing up meatballs to Daz.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 1:23 pm
by MilitantEagle
Los wrote:Don't recall them ever taking calls on the radio show. It's pretty much just an hour of Meter tossing up meatballs to Daz.


Got it. I've never listened because of the potential cringe factor with those two.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 4:41 pm
by hansen
Los wrote:Don't recall them ever taking calls on the radio show. It's pretty much just an hour of Meter tossing up meatballs to Daz.


Real meatballs? or metaphorical meatballs? THIS IS IMPORTANT

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 5:42 pm
by twballgame9
Dillon is better than Bailey by a wide margin and deserves accolades. The article is still embarrassing because of when they chose to release it. It's worse than Farrell and the ginger on the faux great recruiting of the TOB era.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 6:59 pm
by JesuitIvy
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.

Cmon man, we have enuff crap as BC fans. Leave the political stuff out of it and go fantasize about Ivanka or something.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 7:22 pm
by MilitantEagle
JesuitIvy wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.

Cmon man, we have enuff crap as BC fans. Leave the political stuff out of it and go fantasize about Ivanka or something.


You didn't read the Podesta emails, did you?

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2019 11:04 pm
by Los
hansen wrote:
Los wrote:Don't recall them ever taking calls on the radio show. It's pretty much just an hour of Meter tossing up meatballs to Daz.


Real meatballs? or metaphorical meatballs? THIS IS IMPORTANT

I’d imagine the real ones only come out during the breaks.

Re: A Transcendant, Generational Talent

PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:30 pm
by DavidGordonsFoot
claver2010 wrote:
HJS wrote:I know everyone here wants to hate on anything involving BC football (much like the Dems to Trump). But, like the lesser political party, such hysterics foster to absurd statements. Complaints about an article highlighting Dillon making it the top of a impressive list is like Schiff/Pelosi/AOC complaints that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not given Miranda warnings before exploding.


i guess my issue is more with the state run media and honestly the non state run that might as well be with their questions. daz wasn't asked a single question about the defense on monday, this has to be the lowest pressured job in p5

They don't want their creds pulled.