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  • Re: The One Flaw in the Willie Gator Theory

    If I'm a UW fan, this year's performance has me at least a little bit concerned.

    Peterman is one of the top coaches in the league, and most likely the top. I thought I made that clear. It just isn't a super high bar right now. Utah and Stanford should be concerning for Peterman partizans.

    Bellotti was a good to very good coach. Karl Dorrell, John Cooper and Bruce Snyder are the epitome of long-term "mediocre" coaches, who typically have one peak year at a coaching stop and tended to do a little less with a little more. Or a lot more, in Cooper's case.

    Jury's still out with Peterman. Next year is all his own recruits for the first tim, yes?
    GrundleStiltzkindncSoutherndawg
  • Re: The One Flaw in the Willie Gator Theory

    Bellotti won the Fiesta Bowel, owns 4 10-win seasons, 2 conference titles and beat the best UW team since the 1991 squad.

    I know it's fun to call him "Mediocre Mike" around here, but he'd be either the best or second best coach in the league if he were coaching in the PAC now.

    He's mediocre compared to Kelly, but so is everyone else in this league and most of college football save Saban or Urbz.
    1 outright conference championship and 1/3 of a conference championship in 14 years on the job (11 of those 14 years in a ten team conference) makes him nothing but mediocre.

    1 top 5 finish in 14 years on the job makes him nothing but mediocre.

    1 meaningful bowel win in 14 years makes him nothing but mediocre.

    A worse conference winning percentage than Jim Lambright makes him nothing but mediocre.

    He's mediocre Mike because he was mediocre.

    Best coach in the conference if he was coaching today my ass.

    Your better than this.
    To me "Mediocre" is a C. "Good" is a B, and "Excellent" is an A.

    Coaching in the league kind of sucks right now. There's no Carrolls, Harbaughs, un-burned out Tedfords, kings of Poop Island, or good Dennis Ericksons right now.

    Bellotti was a B coach with a couple of B+ years. He got good results from the talent he had, usually overperformed his recruiting, and learned from his mistakes.

    At major conference programs, Bellotti and Peterman have averaged about 9 wins per season, and Bellotti did it with one fewer game than Peterman, for the most part.

    Bellotti had one losing record in 14 seasons at a program that had finished below .500 in 18 of the previous 30 years before he became head coach.

    And Peterman's finished top 25 7 times, same as Iron Mike, over roughly the same amount of tim.

    So who in the league would be better? Peterman? Shaw? the Pirate?

    Peterman and Shaw are probably better than Iron Mike but not be a super-wide margin, and Shaw is Shaw. We're going to see what Peterman is really made of over the next 2-3 years.




    dncbackthepack
  • Re: The One Flaw in the Willie Gator Theory

    Bellotti won the Fiesta Bowel, owns 4 10-win seasons, 2 conference titles and beat the best UW team since the 1991 squad.

    I know it's fun to call him "Mediocre Mike" around here, but he'd be either the best or second best coach in the league if he were coaching in the PAC now.

    He's mediocre compared to Kelly, but so is everyone else in this league and most of college football save Saban or Urbz.
    dncEwaDawgMisterEmSoutherndawgGladstonePetermanTierbsHsotBoobsbackthepack
  • Re: Moore defense

    California is an overpopulated, smog-ridden shithole plagued by crime and illegals, and run by retards like Pelosi who don't read laws before they pass them. They just handed power over to the state to jail them for using the wrong pronouns to describe someone's gender identity*. Canada is the blueprint for California's future.
    *not actually true
    Actually, it is.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/06/california-can-now-jail-people-for-misusing-gender-pronouns/
    Here's the text of the statute as adopted:

    https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billCompareClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB179

    TLDR(1) - no reference to the California Criminal Code.

    The closest you're going to get is a violation of the Health and Safety Code:
    California Health and Safety Code Section 1248.8

    1248.8. (a) Any person or entity that willfully violates this chapter or any rule or regulation adopted under this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) per day of violation.

    (b) In determining the punishment to be imposed under this section, the court shall consider all relevant facts, including, but not limited to, the following:

    (1) Whether the violation exposed a patient or other individual to the risk of death or serious physical harm.

    (2) Whether the violation had a direct or immediate relationship to health, safety, or security of a patient or other individual.

    (3) Evidence, if any, of willfulness in the violation.

    (4) The presence or absence of good faith efforts by the outpatient setting to prevent the violation.

    (c) For purposes of this section, willfully or willful means that the person doing an act or omitting to do an act intends the act or omission, and knows the relevant circumstances connected with the act or omission.

    (d) The district attorney of every county shall, upon application by the Division of Medical Quality or its authorized representative, institute and conduct the prosecution of any action or violation within the county of any provisions of this chapter.

    (Added by Stats. 1994, Ch. 1276, Sec. 2. Effective January 1, 1995.)
    So, if a person covered by the Health and Safety Code *willfully* calls someone the wrong gender, and that act of calling someone the wrong gender exposes the someone to the risk of death or serious physical harm, then they might be fined.

    In other words, if not your sticks and stones but rather your words break the trannie's bones (or kill them), you could be liable for a misdemeanor.

    TLDR(2) - You can call trannies in California "he" or "she" as inappropriate to your heart's delight, and nobody's gonna send you to Folsom Prison.
    oregonblitzkriegMikeDamone
  • Re: Moore defense

    California is an overpopulated, smog-ridden shithole plagued by crime and illegals, and run by retards like Pelosi who don't read laws before they pass them. They just handed power over to the state to jail them for using the wrong pronouns to describe someone's gender identity*. Canada is the blueprint for California's future.
    *not actually true
    oregonblitzkrieg