Get him and Bray on the field at the same time and one might be able to stretch a defense just a little.
Calm down. Let's not have a hissey. Might help to try and learn some facts before pulling the trigger. The travesty that occurred in November, 2008, should have taught us all that lesson.
NCAA..... Very much like the federal bureaucracy. Stupid individuals in charge. Lots and lots of red tape and unintended consequences. These idiots will spend $10,000 in man hours and travel expenses to try and find out who got a free hamburger. It's nuts.
It's refreshing to read candid, "non-canned" resposnes to questions.
First Cutcliffe comes in and finds them overweight, then Kiffin and company comes in to the same situation. I guess one could assume Phillip didn't pay attention to details, at least as far as the offensive line was concerned. But, considering that's where he played, you'd think he wouldn't let a big, slow, knee-injury prone offensive line go unnoticed. Oh well.
That's the kind of attitude to look for in a football player.
It's not just something different than the status quo at Tennessee. If you read between the lines, expectations of players has been higher and it's a tighter run ship than it was before. We'll see this translates to.
Wonder what he'll say about Al Davis if he moves on to another team in the future?
Oops! Gotta watch yourself.
The indictment of the Fulmer Administration is now complete. Virtually every aspect of operating a major college football program was coming apart. Discipline, player development, conditioning - on the field and in the weight room, general coaching, the seniority system, and, finally, recruiting. Phillip won many close games that shouldn't have been close, pretty much on account of his talent advantage, especially in the 90's. Reading player comments throughout spring practice gradually revealed what had been going on over there for some time. And, finally, the draft results said the rest. I wish Phillip the best, but if he intends to coach again he needs to take a serious look inward and ask himself at least one question - Do I really want to undergo the sacrifice that would be required of me to have a good football program?