Coaching ’em down

Love the subtlety here.

Junior coaches like he honestly has no fucks to give.  It’s his superpower.

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21 responses to “Coaching ’em down

  1. Greg

    HA!….it ain’t cheatin’ if you don’t break the rules/get caught.

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  2. theotherdoug

    I’m actually starting to respect Kiffin a bit because he coaches with zero fucks to give. I’ll take it over the Irvin Meyers BS any day.

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  3. If a shoe toss is a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct then a coach clearly directing a lay down IN FRONT OF AN OFFICIAL can surely be called as well. Why does CFB make the obvious so hard?

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    • Totally agree with you…it should be like a technical foul…I remember when the hunch backs of nutter dame did it to us a couple years ago…it’s a stall technique for defenses to slow and upset the rhythm of a hurry up offense…

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  4. benco04

    Every team teaches this. You hurt? Get on the ground. I didn’t see the game so I’m not sure what the circumstance is. But I do know that most teams are telling their players to get down if they so much as stub their toe.

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  5. We’ve learned recently that shamelessness really is a superpower.

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  6. mp

    Peach Bowl vs Cincinnati indeed

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    • akascuba

      mp,
      I think your right and hope we are both wrong. I’ve no interest in that match up. Whoever we play I hope we get to watch JT setting team bowl records for passing excellence to savor till next season.

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  7. Honestly this doesn’t bother me. Lanes just being brutally honest. Everybody does it, nobody gets called, so why pretend? Lanes not the issue here. He knows how to coach a “landmine” call. They so it in every single program.

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  8. Ace Harris

    Jr. looks as if he needs to get away from the feeding trough. That boy has definitely put on some lbs.

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