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Four Huskies Taken in First Two Rounds
Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:34 pm

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Re: Four Huskies Taken in First Two Rounds
Mon Apr 29, 2019 12:09 am
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  • With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.
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  • Allweatherfan wrote:With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.


    We did win the Pac-12 title if you remember.

    We all know you are a who** fan and are just here to throw shade on the Huskies but I'll play. The Huskies were a bit of a disappointment last season but many of the things that last season's potential success was based on evaporated pretty quickly when we lost Trey Adams, Hunter Bryant, and Chico McClatcher.

    As for our great coach, Chris Petersen is a great program and player development coach but he is NOT a great game-day coach as I have mentioned several times. You can always count on him to make at least one blunder in a game. Often this results in a decision that costs us the game as in:

    1. Auburn: we are marching down the field at the end of the game, Jake is making the passes and THEN they call a run up the middle, something we haven't been able to all day, it goes for nothing. Second down what do they do? Same thing with the exact same result, Third down, now we are in another predicament that hasn't worked all day and their really good d-line tees off for a sack ending whatever chance we had. Yes, I know, Bush Hamden called those plays but CP could have overruled.

    2. Cal game: we are up 7-6, we aren't doing much on offense but neither are they, it is a classic defensive battle because Cal has a really good defense too. CP get frustrated and brings in the our backup (Haener) when we are backed up on our own 10-yard line. Really? He throws a pick-six and that's enough to win the game.

    3. Oregon game: we are on your 21 yd line with 35 seconds left and two timeouts. Instead of trying to get a TD or even just a few more yds CP lets the clock run down and Peyton Henry, a kicker the coach has shown no faith in AND has missed 3 of his last 4 kicks, predictably misses the kick.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    Allweatherfan wrote:With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.


    We did win the Pac-12 title if you remember.

    We all know you are a who** fan and are just here to throw shade on the Huskies but I'll play. The Huskies were a bit of a disappointment last season but many of the things that last season's potential success was based on evaporated pretty quickly when we lost Trey Adams, Hunter Bryant, and Chico McClatcher.

    As for our great coach, Chris Petersen is a great program and player development coach but he is NOT a great game-day coach as I have mentioned several times. You can always count on him to make at least one blunder in a game. Often this results in a decision that costs us the game as in:

    1. Auburn: we are marching down the field at the end of the game, Jake is making the passes and THEN they call a run up the middle, something we haven't been able to all day, it goes for nothing. Second down what do they do? Same thing with the exact same result, Third down, now we are in another predicament that hasn't worked all day and their really good d-line tees off for a sack ending whatever chance we had. Yes, I know, Bush Hamden called those plays but CP could have overruled.

    2. Cal game: we are up 7-6, we aren't doing much on offense but neither are they, it is a classic defensive battle because Cal has a really good defense too. CP get frustrated and brings in the our backup (Haener) when we are backed up on our own 10-yard line. Really? He throws a pick-six and that's enough to win the game.

    3. Oregon game: we are on your 21 yd line with 35 seconds left and two timeouts. Instead of trying to get a TD or even just a few more yds CP lets the clock run down and Peyton Henry, a kicker the coach has shown no faith in AND has missed 3 of his last 4 kicks, predictably misses the kick.


    So a lot like Pete :)
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Re: Four Huskies Taken in First Two Rounds
Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:46 am
  • Check the forum title, Maulbert.
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  • chris98251 wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:
    Allweatherfan wrote:With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.


    We did win the Pac-12 title if you remember.

    We all know you are a who** fan and are just here to throw shade on the Huskies but I'll play. The Huskies were a bit of a disappointment last season but many of the things that last season's potential success was based on evaporated pretty quickly when we lost Trey Adams, Hunter Bryant, and Chico McClatcher.

    As for our great coach, Chris Petersen is a great program and player development coach but he is NOT a great game-day coach as I have mentioned several times. You can always count on him to make at least one blunder in a game. Often this results in a decision that costs us the game as in:

    1. Auburn: we are marching down the field at the end of the game, Jake is making the passes and THEN they call a run up the middle, something we haven't been able to all day, it goes for nothing. Second down what do they do? Same thing with the exact same result, Third down, now we are in another predicament that hasn't worked all day and their really good d-line tees off for a sack ending whatever chance we had. Yes, I know, Bush Hamden called those plays but CP could have overruled.

    2. Cal game: we are up 7-6, we aren't doing much on offense but neither are they, it is a classic defensive battle because Cal has a really good defense too. CP get frustrated and brings in the our backup (Haener) when we are backed up on our own 10-yard line. Really? He throws a pick-six and that's enough to win the game.

    3. Oregon game: we are on your 21 yd line with 35 seconds left and two timeouts. Instead of trying to get a TD or even just a few more yds CP lets the clock run down and Peyton Henry, a kicker the coach has shown no faith in AND has missed 3 of his last 4 kicks, predictably misses the kick.


    So a lot like Pete :)


    It sure feels that way at times.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    Allweatherfan wrote:With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.


    We did win the Pac-12 title if you remember.

    We all know you are a who** fan and are just here to throw shade on the Huskies but I'll play. The Huskies were a bit of a disappointment last season but many of the things that last season's potential success was based on evaporated pretty quickly when we lost Trey Adams, Hunter Bryant, and Chico McClatcher.

    As for our great coach, Chris Petersen is a great program and player development coach but he is NOT a great game-day coach as I have mentioned several times. You can always count on him to make at least one blunder in a game. Often this results in a decision that costs us the game as in:

    1. Auburn: we are marching down the field at the end of the game, Jake is making the passes and THEN they call a run up the middle, something we haven't been able to all day, it goes for nothing. Second down what do they do? Same thing with the exact same result, Third down, now we are in another predicament that hasn't worked all day and their really good d-line tees off for a sack ending whatever chance we had. Yes, I know, Bush Hamden called those plays but CP could have overruled.

    2. Cal game: we are up 7-6, we aren't doing much on offense but neither are they, it is a classic defensive battle because Cal has a really good defense too. CP get frustrated and brings in the our backup (Haener) when we are backed up on our own 10-yard line. Really? He throws a pick-six and that's enough to win the game.

    3. Oregon game: we are on your 21 yd line with 35 seconds left and two timeouts. Instead of trying to get a TD or even just a few more yds CP lets the clock run down and Peyton Henry, a kicker the coach has shown no faith in AND has missed 3 of his last 4 kicks, predictably misses the kick.


    I make no excuses for our losses. I think its awesome that we did so well with our subpar players and a first year coach.
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  • Allweatherfan wrote:
    DomeHawk wrote:
    Allweatherfan wrote:With all of that talent and such a great coach. I'm a bit shocked they didn't do better last season.


    We did win the Pac-12 title if you remember.

    We all know you are a who** fan and are just here to throw shade on the Huskies but I'll play. The Huskies were a bit of a disappointment last season but many of the things that last season's potential success was based on evaporated pretty quickly when we lost Trey Adams, Hunter Bryant, and Chico McClatcher.

    As for our great coach, Chris Petersen is a great program and player development coach but he is NOT a great game-day coach as I have mentioned several times. You can always count on him to make at least one blunder in a game. Often this results in a decision that costs us the game as in:

    1. Auburn: we are marching down the field at the end of the game, Jake is making the passes and THEN they call a run up the middle, something we haven't been able to all day, it goes for nothing. Second down what do they do? Same thing with the exact same result, Third down, now we are in another predicament that hasn't worked all day and their really good d-line tees off for a sack ending whatever chance we had. Yes, I know, Bush Hamden called those plays but CP could have overruled.

    2. Cal game: we are up 7-6, we aren't doing much on offense but neither are they, it is a classic defensive battle because Cal has a really good defense too. CP get frustrated and brings in the our backup (Haener) when we are backed up on our own 10-yard line. Really? He throws a pick-six and that's enough to win the game.

    3. Oregon game: we are on your 21 yd line with 35 seconds left and two timeouts. Instead of trying to get a TD or even just a few more yds CP lets the clock run down and Peyton Henry, a kicker the coach has shown no faith in AND has missed 3 of his last 4 kicks, predictably misses the kick.


    I make no excuses for our losses. I think its awesome that we did so well with our subpar players and a first year coach.


    Lol, whatever you say J.
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