Of coarse we are idiots. Look at the stats folks. The stats say tie the game. History has shown time and time again that it rarely works. The bottom line here is no need to cry over spilled milk. You can never explain away what 95% of coaches would do in this situation....kick the extra point.
The majority would NOT have gone for the tie. You play the odds and give your team hope and a moral boost. Tie the game and force them to score not force them to stop you.
How do you spell relief when you lose 3 games by 4....new offensive coordinator. Going for two when you could seal a tie, andkeep the boys in the game. Shame on you guys. Another Chatt hohum season. Hold your heads up boys not your fault.
GSU does not have the talent the MOCS have. They have the coaches that know how to win and apply pressure when required. The MOCS defense plays to win every game like it means something. You can not blame them for giving up scores last week. If the " O " continues to operate status quo you will see their worst record under Coach Huessman. Unfortunately their best chance for a playoff was this year. Go Mocs! make us proud.
Simplify....you can run the ball. You can spread the ball around. The Alumni setting in the stands see it. Freeze the film and see 2 or 3 other recievers open. Your QB gives it away when gets the snap and looks ONLY at his inteneded recievers. If you want him to be an NFL QB he needs to see the field. What do we know we have only been watching the same game plans for 30 yrs.
How about this for simplify. Watch film and count the number of players open when BJ zeros in on one reciever. He leaves the pocket looking directly at the intended reciever. If everyone in the stand can see it then why not the coaches. BJ is a great QB but not well coached. Also when the running game is working and it has to a certain degree, use it.