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Lubick -- Er, Bonerpop couch update: Phil Longo edition

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  • PurpleBazePurpleBaze Posts: 13,276
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    If this has been poasted elsewhere, please forgive me. Or fuck off. Anyway, I like what he has to say about the run game.

    https://www.seccountry.com/mississippi/ole-miss-football-rebels-phil-longo-air-raid-shea-patterson

    SECC: You’re going up to Washington State?

    PL: “Yeah, I’ll be heading to Pullman next week, go see Mike and watch some of the things they’re doing.”

    SECC: Obviously, Leach has heavily influenced how you run an offense. How does your specific version of the Air Raid compare to others who run it?

    PL: “At some point I feel like it’s important to have an emphasis on the run game. I don’t particularly care if we throw or run it 70 times to win a game… As long as it’s what the defense is giving us, I’m all for it. From a pass game standpoint, it is all Air Raid. From an offensive philosophy standpoint, it’s all that philosophy — chasing space. I think the run game is what makes it a little different. The tempo, a smaller play list, are some things that’re the most similar. Mike is the purest. He’s going to run it the same way, and they’re going to be really good at it. Kliff Kingsbury on the other hand is a great creativity guy. He thinks outside the box. He’s able to scheme up some wrinkles that are touchdown plays each week. And I think he’s one of the best at doing that. I probably fall somewhere in between the two of them in terms of approach.”
    backthepackdncNorwegianHuskyNeighbor2972
  • RealRhinoRealRhino Posts: 51
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    Don't understand this. Why leave Ole Miss OC to be co-OC somewhere, at best? Unless you realize w/ sanctions and Matt Luke you are headed for disaster, I guess. Still, you'd think he could pull an OC gig elsewhere.

    Really, though, appears right now to be almost everything I *don't* want: white, on a staff that already leans white. Air Raid devotee. I'm all for getting guys in space, etc., but don't want a pass-happy offense with that mesh shit. Pass. You tell me he's a great recruiter, okay. Do that. But I'd rather be a little boring and thump teams with kind of running game we saw vs. CU, WSU, etc., than run the Air Raid.
    uziRhythmicSlappingDawg
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 12,832
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    Ole Miss is about to head into a period of massive hell ... that's a dumpster fire if you're any kind of coach worth avoiding going forward
    backthepack
  • GladstoneGladstone Posts: 11,382
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    Every time I read 'air raid' I shudder and remember Lake's quote. No thanks.
    backthepackuzi
  • dncdnc Posts: 29,535
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    Saracen said:

    I get that his situation in OM is perhaps not ideal. However:

    - He's currently making $600k a year, this year that would put him at 4th highest paid assistant behind Kwiatkowski, Smith, and Lake. Bhonapha made $330k. And none of this is even factoring in the Oxford to Seattle cost of living hike. It's hard to imagine coming to UW would be anything but a significant pay cut.

    - He's being mentioned as OC candidate for several P5 schools - Mizzou is one, but there's a ton of talk about South Carolina. Apparently he has ties with Muschamp.

    - He has zero ties to Petersen and/or UW. 81% of coaching hires normally have at least some type of tangental connection. And virtually every hire Petersen has made has fit that.

    The Twitter action is undeniable and indicates that something is up, but this whole thing is really odd.

    He was on staff with Lubick for ten days.

    That's the closest connection we've got.

    Only thing that makes sense is the two of them kept some kind of connection after Lubick left and Lubick reached back out after the shit hit the fan in Oxford.

    Agreed he ain't coming cheap. He actually makes $500,000 this year but $700,000 next year (average of $600k on a two year deal).
    backthepackSaracen
  • BallzDeepBallzDeep Posts: 1,213
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    @tvoie asked if he’s a solid coach and recruiter...

    @dnc shared some stats earlier and I’ll say this about recruiting. He went on a visit yesterday to California to see Matt Corral (committed to Florida, one of the top QBs in the country) and immediately about a half dozen crystal balls came in for Corral to flip to Ole Miss.

    #MyNansen
  • insinceredawginsinceredawg Posts: 371
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    As expected, UCF OC/WR coach Troy Walters is heading to NU with Frost. I assume this means Lubick is staying for now.
    https://www.landof10.com/nebraska/nebraska-football-sean-beckton-troy-walters-scott-frost-coaching-staff
    Neighbor2972
  • PurpleBazePurpleBaze Posts: 13,276
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    Apparently this news just hit the subscribers over at Dawgman, hahaha. It only took a little over a week for them to figure it out!

    I'll wait for Fleens to report on this a week from now.
    TommySQCCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 26,435
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    Apparently this news just hit the subscribers over at Dawgman, hahaha. It only took a little over a week for them to figure it out!

    Huh?


    This instant classic is now on the Classics bored
    RhythmicSlappingDawgCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • MeekMeek Posts: 3,851
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    edited December 14
    Vea on Saquon in el Fiesta Bowel


    or is that Togiai's coach welcoming Urb to Pocatello the other night?
  • SwayeSwaye Posts: 19,973
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    Apparently this news just hit the subscribers over at Dawgman, hahaha. It only took a little over a week for them to figure it out!

    Huh?


    This version of BTP is so much better than the original.
    RhythmicSlappingDawgPurpleBazeRaceBannon
  • edited December 14
    Swaye said:

    Apparently this news just hit the subscribers over at Dawgman, hahaha. It only took a little over a week for them to figure it out!

    Huh?


    This version of BTP is so much better than the original.
    The gender reassignment surgery did wonders for the content.

    SwayeMisterEm
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