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James Rogers
Husband & father. Apple Fan. LSU Tiger, Memphis Tiger, and Memphis Grizzlies fan for life. Currently the Managing Editor at iPadInsight.
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James Rogers Dec 9
I don’t really disagree with any of that.
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James Rogers Dec 9
While I don’t want to see this happen, there are many who do. And if Saban is behind it, it could actually happen. The P5 school presidents would LOVE nothing more than to close the doors on schools like yours permanently, and that would do it.
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James Rogers Dec 9
You really aren’t going to like this, but you should be happy that you have what you do. If Saban and his followers get their way, the P5 will secede from the FBS or the NCAA entirely. At that point, there is NO path to move up or have any shot. That’s the end.
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James Rogers Dec 9
UCF’s 5 year record is actually below LSU’s. LSU is a good team and has been a consistently good program for a few years, but hasn’t won a division title since 2011. A 2 year win streak in the AAC does not cover over this.
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James Rogers Dec 9
If White really wanted to move your program forward, rather than holding high ground with the locals and trying to find a shortcut to move up, he would take that and other 2-1 deals. For all his rabble-rousing, he won’t beat the system. It is what it is.
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James Rogers Dec 8
Some, but most of the big P5 schools are 80k and up these days. No one is debating that UCF has come a long way. But no G5 program is getting home and homes with P5 teams. That is unrealistic and White knows it.
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James Rogers Dec 8
Replying to @drew8117 @autig @MrCFB
They aren’t a big program. Piling up AAC wins with only one of any significance doesn’t cover over their record over the last 5 years. Big programs doesn’t play in 45k seat stadiums, either.
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James Rogers Dec 6
Replying to @SeriouslyKJL
Ah. Sorry to hear they pulled it. I wonder if there is still a way to manually influence your listening preferences? I’ll have to look into that.
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James Rogers Dec 3
Replying to @SainAsylum
It would be nice if he bothered to do just ONE thing besides stop the ball and jack shots. Just one. He’s not a reliable enough scorer to allow him to play real mins and just do that. The same can be said of Selden this season, too.
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James Rogers Dec 2
Replying to @lbosc23 @TalkBackLive
I’m not saying they didn’t have an impact. I’m saying that the 14 points that came out of them would have still been made up by UCF in that 2nd half. With more urgency, they would have scored them, just like in Memphis. Sadly, they still would have won.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Definitely. UCF would have won, even if those calls were or weren’t made. They could have made up more of a difference the way that 2nd half went.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Norvelle was BADLY outclassed in both of these games. Badly. That’s the story of both UCF games this season.
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James Rogers Dec 1
I called all of those calls out when they happened. However, they don’t even matter. UCF could have named their score in the second half and Memphis didn’t get a single point.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Replying to @MyMikeCheck
Because they are about to beat an 8-4 team that lost to Navy and Toolame in their own house. Sure.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Replying to @MarkMcCleskey
Heipel adjusted. Norvelle didn’t. He played right into their hands the last two quarters.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Sadly, his horrible coaching this half is the reason that would just sound like sour grapes now. He killed his own potential argument.
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James Rogers Dec 1
I think there are legit complaints to be made about some bad calls in this game, but the fault for this lies with Mike Norvelle. Just like the Toolame and Navy games. He coached one of the worst second halves I’ve seen in the last 10 years. He needs a real OC.
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James Rogers Dec 1
Replying to @MrsHullabaloo
Ok 😂
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James Rogers Dec 1
I like the gutsy call there on special teams. Nice.
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Isaac Simpson (16-11) Dec 1
I’m not one to blame officiating but this is clear as an open window. Talked about this possibly happening but hoped the would for once be above this. Obviously not!
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