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  1. No surprise. We just don’t have it this year.
  2. No surprise to me here....this season simply isn't going to work out remotely like we're used to. I will say, the cupboard appears to be far from bare, so potentially the future is bright.
  3. I am still sitting here concerned....while it's elitist to say, sitting at #3 doesn't sit well with me. We have numerous examples in front of us, where things haven't righted yet.... see Highlands after Mueller, and X post Glaser. If we don't figure out the offense, not only will it impact this year. It will have an impact for years to come.
  4. I actually think we break through the win column here. But we have so so much work to do....
  5. Until proven, or shown otherwise, this offense at Trinity, is a major major concern for me. Defensively we will be very sound. But if you're on the field most of the game, it will be an issue against top level competition.
  6. I'm very very concerned about our program right now. We just lost a legend. I'm not a huge fan of keeping a staff after coach leaves (ie Kragthorpe era)....I guess that we shall see. But the offensive game planning is a concern for me. Hope y'all have been well.....been away awhile, but now it's almost kickoff time. #TrinityForever
  7. Any guesses who has the highest pressure job in Kentucky for the '21 season?
  8. We did that....also, we would change it now and again...some years the audibles were states north and south, east and west...some years mascots, never colors or anything like that.
  9. I am excited about this hire....but will be honest. I am very concerned about who our OC is going to be. Just because they know our system, doesn't mean that given certain situations and scenarios, we'll have the right play called. That hasn't been a concern over the last 21 years with Beatty, Cove, and Sam Adams.... hoping that continues.
  10. I will say this. There is a glaring mistake on the offense. One that is so egregious, it concerns me that not enough due diligence was done to evaluate all of the players.
  11. I hate to bash, but I really feel that he was recruited and touted mostly due to size, and padding stats against far inferior talent. He was a D1 talent, no doubt, but would never have seen the field at Alabama.
  12. This, right here. People may not believe this. But Bob is a big time run type of coach. When they are passing, it's mainly with putting the players in the right position to make plays. At the high school level, if you have proper protection, the right scheme, and an adequate QB, you can move the ball. It's only when you can pound the rock, that you can truly dictate the outcome of the game. Our lines were great this season. On both sides of the ball. Deuce is right, we went vanilla in the first game against Male. I'm not saying I disagreed with that game plan. But I'll say this. We were, indeed, the better team. That was shown on Sunday. re: Bob retiring. It's coming. It won't be next season, but after that, I don't imagine he'll be around for long. He was not planning on being here as long as he has. But, Louisville does this to people. It's a great place to live, his immediate family has stayed here. Factor all of that in, with our community, and I can understand the desire to stay. That being said, my biggest fear, or concern, is for the next man to step up. I, for one, hope we do another national search. This job is a top 15-20 job in the country. It deserves that caliber of coach. Trinity Forever
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