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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Bad Coaching

This day has been filled with nothing but bad coaching across the football world, and after yesterday's display of bad coaching by both Mike Riley and Mark Helfrich  here in Oregon I am ready to give up on American football and coaching in general.

(But not futbol, that exquisitely boring world game.)

All the bad coaching is making me sick, along with the bad analyses by the football pundits.

Witness what happened today in Auburn, now wasn't that a sickening display!

All I can say is Nick Saban needs to go because he lost a game he should not have lost, which makes him what--a loser!


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