Posted by
Message
mikeboss550
Atlanta Braves Fan
Chief Deputy Magistrate of SC Board
Member since Apr 2013
9198 posts

Hear me out...
This may sound crazy but Bobo as HC here would be solid...he knows the sec and has had successful offenses in the sec...him as a HC at Colorado State is a blemish due to sec offense v Pac12 offenses.

SEC offenses are grind it out games...mwc are like pac12 where it's all about scoring points.

If it comes to the point of Boom gas to go before we get Gunner, I say let Boom go and let's rock with Bobo, he had more connections and is the better recruiter, just look at the history.
This post was edited on 4/30 at 7:39 am


I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
40720 posts

re: Hear me out...
quote:

SEC offenses are grind it out games...mwc are like pac12 where it's all about scoring points.

Yea I disagree with this now
Last 2 SEC Champs
LSU- 48.4 (1st)
Bama- 45.6 (3rd)

The conference has changed as has all football. You need to put up points as well

Maybe Bobo has changed his offense, but we aren’t going to win much scoring less than 35 a game

This post was edited on 4/30 at 7:56 am


mikeboss550
Atlanta Braves Fan
Chief Deputy Magistrate of SC Board
Member since Apr 2013
9198 posts

re: Hear me out...
No not this year i agree...however as we recruit we would be fine and with Bobo well get the top QB next uewtvin gunner


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
mikeboss550
Atlanta Braves Fan
Chief Deputy Magistrate of SC Board
Member since Apr 2013
9198 posts

re: Hear me out...
quote:

Yea I disagree with this now
Last 2 SEC Champs
LSU- 48.4 (1st)
Bama- 45.6 (3rd)


That's fine but you also have to look at the teams?.?We have always been defensive and grind it out oriented...and if Bobo could get a pro style offense set here we could start funnelling guys to the NFL and that helps us


I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
40720 posts

re: Hear me out...
quote:

We have always been defensive and grind it out oriented

So were Bama and LSU.

quote:

if Bobo could get a pro style offense set here we could start funnelling guys to the NFL and that helps us

Those two teams have drastically changed their offense and have sent even more offensive players to the draft. Yea they’ve always been pro factories but I’d bet they sent much more on the defensive side.
Now you got LSU and Bama running spread no huddles with dynamic QBs passing for over 4K yards


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
RoyalAir
Tampa Bay Rays Fan
Detroit
Member since Dec 2012
3437 posts

re: Hear me out...
I'd like to think that the university could do better than Bobo once Boom is let go.

But I thought the same thing before Boom was hired.


I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa by way of CLT
Member since Jul 2011
40720 posts

re: Hear me out...
That seems like a Tanner move.(Hire Bobo after Boom gets tired)
Let’s hope we get a new AD
This post was edited on 5/1 at 3:56 pm


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
TiptonInSC
South Carolina Fan
Aiken, SC
Member since Dec 2012
14740 posts

re: Hear me out...
No


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
Soda City Spur
South Carolina Fan
Lugoff
Member since Mar 2017
310 posts

re: Hear me out...
quote:

We have always been defensive and grind it out oriented...and if Bobo could get a pro style offense set here we could start funnelling guys to the NFL and that helps us


How has that worked out for UGA under Kirby? 1-2 in the SECCG riding the coattails of a great defense and Chubb/Michel.

We'll be a more pro-style offense for the near future because of personnel, because it can defeat the up-tempo/spread/west coast offenses if executed properly, and because that's what Bobo ran at UGA.

Hard to say what the rest of the league will look like. Alabama and LSU will probably go back to more pro-style because of personnel changes while Kiffin, Leach, Monken, and Mullen air it out more.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
00
first pageprev pagePage 1 of 1next pagelast page
refresh

Back to top

logoFollow SECRant for SEC Football News
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates on SEC Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitter