Time to start looking for Miles replacement.

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  1. medtiger

    medtiger Founding Member

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    He can not win on the road in the SEC. He has played 4 big games on the road and is 1-3. His only win was thanks to Laron killing Croyle. (his losses were UGA, AU, Florida) He needs to go before we start losing recruits and it will take a while to find a new coach.
     
  2. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Agreed.....it's hard to wish for LSU losing to Bama, UT and Arky, but that may be the only way we get a new coach in here sooner than later.

    If he lucks out a victory over just one of those teams, he unfortunately will survive to see another year.
     
  3. cedricg

    cedricg Founding Member

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    yeah, like the Dardo era, we'll have to hit rock bottom before they will get rid of him.
     
  4. COramprat

    COramprat Simma Da Na

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    I loved it when Saban won the 2003 NC. Then all of you naysayers jumped on the bandwagon and claimed he was the best coach since "The Bear". I'm willing to bet most of you were calling for his head way back when. Sorry...5 years as a coach doesn't make a man great (how's Miami doing by the way?)...neither does 2 but at least wait to make a judgement until at least the 5 years has passed.
     
  5. medtiger

    medtiger Founding Member

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    First off Saban played with Dinardo's players, once his players were starters he won. Miles has nothing but 4 and 5 star players and he can't win. And I said after the AU game that Miles has not proved that he can win on the road, now he has just confirmed that.
     
  6. mesquite tiger

    mesquite tiger Diabolical Genius

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    email your resume here oh great coaching guru.
     
  7. saltyone

    saltyone So Mote It Be

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    Phuck it. Fire everyone and hire Pete Carroll then.

    He is 54-10 (84.4%) in 5 years (2001-2005) as a college head coach (all at USC), the second best winning percentage of any current Division I coach with at least 5 years of experience. He got to 50 career USC wins faster than any head coach in Trojan history. His losses were by a total of 45 points (4.5 average) and only 1 was by more than a touchdown (it was by 11 points). After starting off his Trojan career 2-5, he has gone 52-5 (91.2%). He is 35-5 in Pac-10 games, giving him an 87.5% winning mark (a league record). He is 16-0 in November. His teams have posted 6 shutouts and have scored at least 20 points in the last 52 games (a school record). USC's 13, 25 and 37 wins over the previous 1, 2 and 3 years represent the winningest periods in Trojan history. USC, which had a since-broken Pac-10-record 34-game overall winning streak (as well as since-snapped streaks of 16 consecutive non-conference games and 16 straight against AP Top 25 teams), is riding wins in a Pac-10 record 27 consecutive home games, a Pac-10-record 23 straight overall Pac-10 games, a Pac-10 record 19 consecutive league home games and a school-record 15 road games in a row (not including 4 neutral site games). USC was AP's No. 1 team for a national-record 33 straight polls (including 2 pre-season polls). In 2005, he won at least a share of his fourth consecutive Pac-10 title (tying a school record) and a trip to a fourth consecutive BCS bowl (including a second straight BCS Championship Game). Under Carroll, USC is the first school to have 3 Heisman Trophy winners in a 4-year span. He also served as USC's defensive coordinator in his first 5 seasons at Troy.

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    Look at that first year record.
     
  8. medtiger

    medtiger Founding Member

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    Yo dude, what a stupid post you made. You try to argue with someone by trying to make it out like they are trying to coach. Why not try making a real point?
     
  9. mesquite tiger

    mesquite tiger Diabolical Genius

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    hey, you are way too smart and great for me to argue with...I was just giving you an avenue to let the decision makers know how stupid they are. you obviously are right and we are becoming Temple......God Save Us All, and Skip too once you email him.

    Blame Les for everything.....he was the cause of all the turnovers today in the game we all watched on CBS. He is Satan....or Gerry D as you say. God Save Us All.

    If not God, then Baby Jesus at least....save us from the monster that is Les Miles.
     
  10. TigerKid05

    TigerKid05 Say Whaa!?!?

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    *cough* *cough* 5 turnovers *cough*

    we held them to under 100 yards rushing and we passed for more yard than they did.
     

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