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deeprig9
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Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Think about Saban losing an institutionally entrenched badass S/C coach, having to break in a new one, during a time when only the S/C would have still been able to have unlimited coaching time during all the Coronavirus NCAA shut down. Having Cochran for continuity during these uncertain times, now more than ever, would have been a really big deal for the team.



TT9
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Na


SidewalkTiger
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Inb4 2020 muh freshmans, muh injuries, muh no offseason


MoarKilometers
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
How is this bad for bama and not also bad for uga?


Crimsontide1713
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
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Inb4 2020 muh freshmans, muh injuries, muh no offseason


#InsecureLSU


deeprig9
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
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How is this bad for bama and not also bad for uga?


Cochran was hired as a special teams coach, he wouldn't have have had unlimited time with the players with or without coronavirus shut downs. UGA's S/C Scott Sinclair has been entrenched since Kirby's tenure started, in 2016. UGA has that S/C continuity through the shutdown.

Alabama has not.


DougsMugs
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Georgia's SC is well established and has been motivating the dawgs all during this time. Constantly has them competing and posting workouts over social accounts and keeping up with them.

I get the OP. It has to be a somewhat more difficult for Bama with a new SC.

Doesn't mean we have an edge or anything.


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TheCaterpillar
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
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How is this bad for bama and not also bad for uga?



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dstone12
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Wrong.



Scotty was not elite.



He let tuna skirt wrist day.

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tickfawtiger
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Nope...he's a screaming maniac and become less and less 'relevant' to the recruits/athletes !


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Auburn80
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Nah, they have upgraded to the most bad arse Sports Technology and Training Center that even the Soviets are jealous of.


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3down10
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
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Think about Saban losing an institutionally entrenched badass S/C coach, having to break in a new one, during a time when only the S/C would have still been able to have unlimited coaching time during all the Coronavirus NCAA shut down. Having Cochran for continuity during these uncertain times, now more than ever, would have been a really big deal for the team.


That doesn't make any sense. You do realize the S/C coach is still able to talk to and get direction from Saban right?



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craigbiggio
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Saban let Bobby Williams, who is basically a corpse, coach ST for years. And yet he still didn’t think Cochran could handle it


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TheCaterpillar
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
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He let tuna skirt wrist day.


Tua just has weak wrists from not being allowed to masturbate his entire adolescence by his father.


nicholastiger
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
I kept waiting for Saban to fire Cochran during those lame commercials they did last season.
The look Saban gave him was telling.


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dstone12
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Tua just has weak wrists from not being allowed to masturbate his entire adolescence by his father.



Should have been scouted properly then.
Should have redshirted
Should have hit up wes’ booby trap’s bathroom after texag7 lapdanced him.
As a rs frosh, he could have Moffittized wrists.



Bad scouting.
This post was edited on 6/1 at 12:17 pm


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chateaublanc
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Its a strength coach. The guy they replaced him with is a solid coach. If it helps you sleep better at night to fantasize about the Bama program being destroyed by a strength coach leaving...by all means go for it


Ssubba
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Apple watch bro.


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paperwasp
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Buyugurl
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re: Bama losing Scott Cochran- It's an even bigger deal now
Nope, not really.


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