• Yeah, but that doesn’t address the real issue. Anyone who wants to fire Mullen is being ridiculous. It’s not the coaches. Sure, Muschamp wasn’t quite ready to run a major program (still had a defensive coordinator mentality) and Mac may not have fit into the culture, but you’re blind if you think those coaches and the many coordinators who have…[Read more]

  • The bottom line is that it’s about recruiting and we haven’t been investing enough to secure elite classes.

    Sure, the coaches can make some individual tweaks here and there, but it’s not going to change much. Pretty much everyone in “Gatordom” – from Pat Dooley, Robbie Andreu, all the way to Steve Spurrier – seems to now agree that recruiting is…[Read more]

  • postroute replied to the topic Suspensions in the forum 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Me too.

  • postroute replied to the topic Suspensions in the forum 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Give me a break. The UAA knows exactly what they’re doing. Ticket sales are already lagging way behind – and, in particular, for this game because it’s a garbage opponent – and they know the stadium would appear even emptier than it already will if more fans bail when they realize so many big names are being held out.

    Also, it’s humorous that…[Read more]

  • Why isn’t this being discussed more?

    There is word that numerous players will be suspended, including the likes of such playmakers as Scarlett and Toney.

    It seems incredibly deceptive of the UAA to withhold information about suspensions until game day. Not that they care about customer service anyway, but how do you think a fan from, say, Palm…[Read more]

  • Welp….

    The Noles just keep piling up victories in the off-brand sports. Brooks Koepka stared down a charging Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship to win his second major of the season and 3rd of his career. When was the last time one of our golfers won a major? Andy North back in the 70’s??

    FSU is running a train on us in these lesser sports…[Read more]

  • I think some people are missing the point.

    We used to act like we were somehow special for being able to win in such a wide variety of sports. I’m arguing that it was never anything special – it was just somewhat of an anomaly/randomness that certain coaches came along at a certain time. And guess what? That can happen at virtually every other…[Read more]

  • Spurrier is overrated, but that’s besides the point.

    You can’t just evaluate O’Sullivan in a vacuum. If you’re using basic-level analysis, you will naturally conclude that he’s been successful. You have to analyze it through the scope of Window Theory.

    FSU and Miami have been slowly unwinding two legendary coaches. In-state prospects have known…[Read more]

  • Honestly, I’m just tired of hearing about Tebow.

  • With the baseball season now behind us and another failed trip to Omaha in the books, I think it would behoove us to stop and consider where we are with O’Sullivan.

    All I’ve been reading is praise for the guy. I get it. The numbers, on their surface, seem to indicate a certain level of success. However, I think we need to dig a little deeper and…[Read more]

  • The point is that we used to act like we were the only ones who could win in both football and the lesser sports. It was as though we had some secret formula and were a more special athletics program than programs like FSU.

    That’s not the case. I look around and see South Carolina winning a women’s basketball title, Miss St and Arkansas playing…[Read more]