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Last edited 2/22/2013 9:03 AM by stinger78
Posted: 2/22/2013 9:11 AM
vadimivich wrote: Clogged Toilet Offense by season (offensive efficiency):2008-2009: 194th2010-2011: 183rd2005-2006: 113th2009-2010: 62nd2004-2005: 53rd2002-2003: 50th2007-2008: 33rd2003-2004: 25th2006-2007: 15thComplete Plumbing Failure the Whole House is Flooded Offense by season (offensive efficiency):2011-2012: 254th2012-2013: 249thA team with Zam Fredrick III running the point as a true freshman, with no backup, was far more efficient than this train wreck we're running out there. There are plenty of excuses for being poor offensively. There are ZERO excuses for being this truly wretched.
Posted: 2/22/2013 9:17 AM
vadimivich wrote: Complete Plumbing Failure the Whole House is Flooded Offense
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Posted: 2/22/2013 9:23 AM
T0P10B wrote: It is what it is.
Posted: 2/22/2013 9:27 AM
T0P10B wrote: It is what it is.This also shows that CPH got worse every single year he was here---9 years in a row, incredible; yet, there are still those that defend him.I appreciate your analysis. You have shown facts. And to be fair, CBG was criticized for his offense before he came to Tech-------------------------However, there are a lot of positives with CBG as well.Let's see what happens next season. If the offense doesn't get any better, then IMHO, CBG will be more open to criticism. There is an expression that should be noted here: "Sometimes you have to take a step back, to take two steps forward.". Based on the way CPH left the program, CBG deserves the benefit of the doubt that this is exactly what he is doing: clearing the foundation and rebuilding the program.
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Posted: 2/22/2013 9:30 AM
T0P10B wrote: This also shows that CPH got worse every single year he was here---9 years in a row, incredible; yet, there are still those that defend him.
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ESPNjacket wrote: T0P10B wrote: This also shows that CPH got worse every single year he was here---9 years in a row, incredible; yet, there are still those that defend him.It is a little early for the beer. That isn't close to true.
Posted: 2/22/2013 9:46 AM
T0P10B wrote: You are correct, my apologies. I got interupted and finished the post later. Plus, I was looking only at the order in which the op was listed..............that's my excuse and I'm sticking with itAnyway, I stick with my basic premise that CPH was going in the wrong direction. And, CBG should be given a certain amount of time to rebuld the program; and, hopefully we will see offensive improvement next season.
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techknowledgey wrote: Here they are in order. Not sure why the OP arranged them the way he did. I do agree that it's quite true to say that the trend was in the wrong direction.2002-03: 50th2003-04: 25th2004-05: 53rd2005-06: 113th2006-07: 15th2007-08: 33rd2008-09: 194th2009-10: 62nd2010-11: 183rdI think when you see those numbers, the only conclusion you can make is that Hewitt really didn't know how to teach the offensive game. If you know how to teach offense, I would think the numbers would be a little more consistent (as opposed to the wild cardiac chart starting with Fredrick.However, this trend is back the other way so far. It's not good, but the cupboard was pretty bare when Hewitt left, so a new coach gets some time to get it going back in the right direction.2011-12: 254th2012-13: 249th
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