I want to start a thread for us to discuss our favorite cordinator Greg Davis. List some of your favorite moments and some of the not so favorite. There will be many of these. I find it ironic, how with the exception of a couple losses, every loss that this program has had in the last 7 yrs was, in some way shape or form, the offenses's fault, for the most part. When we lose we look completely inept and lost on offense. Greg Davis has to go.
There are so many moments and games of terrible play calling and just bad strategy, list them all.
This season has definetly put me over the edge and into the fire GD thread. His best call the entire season was that play action on 3rd and one to OU that went for 30 yards. In any other competent coordinator's playbook that is staple of the offense.
I have given this guy every chance but after the nebraska game he has to go. He does not no what he is doing and the fact that all of our best plays have been broken plays. Anybody remember VY's last season. We baiscally had three plays on offense and all though it was succesfull and exciting to watch i saw signs for concern.
I'm maybe a little bit way to harsh and not give GD enough credit but the way this offense and this playcalling has been going, we might lose one more game. I really don't have that many concerns abou the defense even with terrible linebacker play they have been pretty good.
If you think about it guys we have played one good game of football the whole season. Rice and Iowa State do not count and we are 7-2 and should be 8-1. That is a testament to a) how bad this conference b) how good our players are even though they get put in the wrong position all the time c) that maybe we are not that bad of a team. Think about it, we probably will go 10-2 maybe 11-2 without beating a top 10 or 15 team and playing one solid game the entire year. That is amazing to me and it shows that this coaching staff has not gotten the best out of their players.
Once again fire Greg Davis.
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