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    Loeffler appears to be an epic fail

    In overall offense, we dropped 25 spots in his first year here while auburn gained 107 spots in their first year without him. He put up games of 10,15,17,19,10,24,16,and 12 this year alone. Without Bud we shouldve had 7 losses. This program has ridden Bud's coatails long enough and its time to hand over the program to him. He deserves it more than Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by savior23 View Post
    In overall offense, we dropped 25 spots in his first year here while auburn gained 107 spots in their first year without him. He put up games of 10,15,17,19,10,24,16,and 12 this year alone. Without Bud we shouldve had 7 losses. This program has ridden Bud's coatails long enough and its time to hand over the program to him. He deserves it more than Frank
    Speaking of epic fails...

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    Your post is an epic fail. Go read the keyplay. Great write up on O

    Quote Originally Posted by savior23 View Post
    In overall offense, we dropped 25 spots in his first year here while auburn gained 107 spots in their first year without him. He put up games of 10,15,17,19,10,24,16,and 12 this year alone. Without Bud we shouldve had 7 losses. This program has ridden Bud's coatails long enough and its time to hand over the program to him. He deserves it more than Frank
    Nm

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    I wondered about his play calling early this season....I wonder what reasons we Use next fall, when things stink again. But I have NO Faith in Shane Beamer being the RB coach either. That area needs major adjustments ! We'll see how far this program has to fall before Someone steps up and puts the brakes on...

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    It's really far too early to evaluate the loeffler hire, it could RB good bad or in-between. We won't know for a few years due to the state of the offense when he got here.

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    There is a SEVERE lack of talent and/or experience on offense. It is way too early to tell.

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    Its WAY too early to make that judgement.

    The offense was a total dumpster fire when he got here with below-average talent even by ACC standards. But it looks like there are a bunch of good offensive recruits heading our way in the next couple of years so we'll see what happens.

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    I was actually very pleased with what I saw from the bowl prep. They didn't just try the same ole same ole from this year. He added new wrinkles, including finally handing off on the jet sweep. In fact, bringing in a new player (Parker) who really added a threat for us on the jet sweep.

    Logan going out nuked any chance for the O in this game. To bring in your back up, who hasn't played at all, has taken no first team reps, without any threat at RB or TE, and throw him into a bowl game against a very good defense, that's going to be a lot to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savior23 View Post
    ...in his first year here...
    You said it...his first year. Some might disagree, but IMO we won't know Loeffler's full impact here for a few more years. We've already seen his resume is good enough to attract recruits. I mean we had folks on here wanting to keep Stiney on "recruiting ability" alone. Loeffler might not be the right guy to fix this offense, time will tell.

    Personally, I think the problems are deeper than an OC. Look at what's happened to the special teams.

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    Once again I'll say, Loeffler was playing with house money this season. We could have gone 11-1 or 1-11, it doesn't mean anything until we see his players in his scheme.

    I will say this, tho. Dude did a good job of taking what he had this year. He's a run first guy but he basically built his entire offense around the pass this year because it's all he had to work with. That kind of flexibility and adaptability is what was lacking in his predecessor.

    I'm still cautiously optimistic about Loeffler. I saw schematic things this season that have been missing for a decade. Just the fact that we know how to run a properly designed and executed screen pass makes me excited.

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