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« on: Today at 09:53:38 PM »
I kind of wouldn’t mind Tomlin in Atlanta, but he is kind of laid back. The Falcons are already too laid back IMO and need some intensity - on top of someone knowing what the hell they're doing because clearly Dan Quinn was piggy backing Pete Carroll and the Legion of Boom in Seattle. This man doesn’t seem to know anything. Tomlin is not as laid back as you think and a coach has to be himself to get the most out of his players. The major issue with the Falcons is no-one knows what the LLLLL they are doing. Art Rooney of the Steelers review the season and see what they need to improve upon. For example, they had issues running the ball, so he told the staff, and they drafted Bell. They have issues pressuring the QB and Art told them to improve and they spend picks on defense. Blanks needs to learn the game or have someone he trusts to review the needs of the team.
Well anybody is better than who we have now. Quinn is a joke. That defense is terrible. Just TERRIBLE. He and Dimitroff need to get gone ASAP.
The coach you want is Dab Campbell.
In 2015, Campbell took over a 1-3 Dolphins club that had lost three consecutive contests and immediately helped the team win their first two games under his supervision and finished 5-7, including a 20-10 win over the New England Patriots in the season finale. After Campbell took the head coaching reigns, Miami improved eight spots in the NFL rushing yards per game rankings with RB Lamar Miller gaining 741 of his 872 yards on the ground and all eight rushing touchdowns, finishing the season with 1,269 total yards from scrimmage and 10 touchdowns. Five Dolphins were selected to the Pro Bowl. QB Ryan Tannehill became the first Dolphins signal-caller to pass for at least 4,000 yards in consecutive seasons since Dan Marino (1984-86).https://www.neworleanssaints.com/team/coaches-roster/dan-campbell
Before you guys hop up he played for the Saints, the best coach in Steelers' history played from the Browns. Cowher also has roots with the Browns.
« on: Today at 09:47:45 PM »
Two touchdowns called back on successive plays and being forced to settle for a field goal late in the second half was too much to overcome. But Valley Girl and all my friends from the Valley, didnt I tell you last year to leave your coach alone? I trust that you will show some "humility" on Saturday.
The Tuskegee-Morehouse Classic is a great event for central Georgia and I think it was the motivation for the Fountain City Classic. I was there for the very first one.
Sir, I’m pleased with the record, but I’m not easily fooled. We are a one trick pony sir. If you put pressure on our QB and find out how to stop that slant pass he’s got, we become severely limited. We have very few run plays. Not balanced at all.
Nonetheless I am pleased and pray we win out for the rest of the season.
I love the FCC - it is HUGE for both schools, but o really wish there were some way to move the game to a home and home. Columbus loves to see us coming because we put a ton of money into the city that weekend. The place is packed. My favorite game.
It might be one trick, but it is one LLLLL of a trick. I have to disagree with you about the QB because I was at the Shorter game, and he made a big-time play while under pressure. I watched him step up in the pocket without taking his off downfield and throw a TD. We run a run and shoot and quite a few pass patterns are dictated by coverage. For example, if a DB tries to take away the outside routes, the WR may have the option of running a slant, dig, or post.
« on: Today at 05:54:39 PM »
I kind of wouldn’t mind Tomlin in Atlanta, but he is kind of laid back. The Falcons are already too laid back IMO and need some intensity - on top of someone knowing what the hell they're doing because clearly Dan Quinn was piggy backing Pete Carroll and the Legion of Boom in Seattle. This man doesn’t seem to know anything.
Tomlin is not as laid back as you think and a coach has to be himself to get the most out of his players. The major issue with the Falcons is no-one knows what the LLLLL they are doing. Art Rooney of the Steelers review the season and see what they need to improve upon. For example, they had issues running the ball, so he told the staff, and they drafted Bell. They have issues pressuring the QB and Art told them to improve and they spend picks on defense. Blanks needs to learn the game or have someone he trusts to review the needs of the team.
« on: Today at 12:13:10 AM »
« on: Yesterday at 10:16:14 PM »
DONT MESS WITH THE KING!
After Fox News released poll that made Trump mad, Barr reportedly met with Rupert Murdoch
ttorney General William Barr and media mogul Rupert Murdoch had a private meeting on Wednesday night, not long after Fox News released a poll showing that 51 percent of voters are in favor of impeaching Trump and removing him from office, The New York Times reports.
This is the craziest chit I have ever heard in my life. In the past, Trump would not have to worry about a poll because people would have taken care of him in 2020. This generation seems not to understand the danger of having this man in office. How in the LLLL will we get removed from the office if people are protecting him? He really might try to make himself king of the USA.
« on: Yesterday at 09:36:25 PM »
I hope this big win will bring out all wildcat fans next week because you guys have been extremely quiet this season. I have been telling people that Coach Porter is trying to build a program at FVSU, and he needs our help to get the program to become one of the best in the nation. Some might not have agreed with the decision to run the run and shoot, but we have been showing up to a gunfight with a knife especially when it comes to playing PWIs.
If the students go to class, this team will only get better as time goes by because we have a good core to build upon. The new offense should help us recruit better players because every player wants an offense that can put points on the board.
« on: Yesterday at 08:22:53 PM »
Fort Valley ST - 77
Central ST - 34
Fight On Valley, Fight On!
The Wildcats are on a roll now, and I hope we continue to get better and better each week.
« on: Yesterday at 08:15:02 PM »
WILBERFORCE, Ohio – After capturing the lead with 4:59 left in the second quarter, the Wildcats defense lit the fuse to pull away Saturday afternoon. The Fort Valley State defense forced back-to-back fumbles and returned both for identical 68-yard touchdowns and the offense scored eight touchdowns and a pair of field goals in a point explosion of a 77-34 football victory over Central State.
Following a Marlon Fleming two-yard plunge to retake a 25-20 lead, the Wildcats (4-2/2-0 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference East) Kentron James picked up a fumble from the grass on the second Marauders (2-4/1-1 SIAC West) play of the ensuing drive for the touchdown. It was déjà vu as Aaron Dore repeated the same 68-yard fumble return feat and turned the tide for good in a matter of 2:09 leading into the half ahead 37-20.
FVSU quarterback Slade Jarman engineered a 64-yard touchdown drive on the second half's first possession when he hit Shemar Bridges from 18 yards for a 45-20 margin 2:04 into the third quarter. The Wildcats offense scored five touchdowns and a 32-yard Eli Mashburn field goal in six second-half possessions to keep the Marauders at bay.
The Wildcats posted their fourth win in a row, tying the longest such streak under head coach Kevin Porter, and second winning run of four consecutive since Oct. 7 through 28 games of the 2017 season. https://fvsusports.com/news/2019/10/12/football-wildcats-two-fumble-return-touchdowns-ignite-point-explosion-over-marauders.aspx
« on: October 05, 2019, 11:18:02 PM »
The GSC has never had a problem scheduling SIAC schools.
The same can't be said for the SIAC or at least some of it. VSU had to play a team from Ohio this season because it couldn't get regional game.
Maybe, because, VSU is a FCS team, pretending to be a D-II squad.
So VSU has 63 scholarship which I did not know was possible to do at the DII level.
« on: October 05, 2019, 10:25:26 PM »
FL Tech- 29
The Wildcats are for real, and one of my co-workers laughed when I was talking playoffs. Yes, people Coach Porter is building a program at FVSU and I hope everyone help out by showing up to homecoming.
« on: October 02, 2019, 09:54:53 AM »
« on: October 01, 2019, 07:46:36 PM »
The new export orders index tanked to only 41%, the lowest level since March 2009.
If the fool is funking with everyone in the world, what does he believe will happen with exports?
He has to understand people do not have to purchase your products if you want to slap taxes on theirs.
« on: October 01, 2019, 07:31:17 PM »
ATLANTA, Ga. – Coming off the Wildcats best offensive performance in the past two seasons, Fort Valley State quarterback Slade Jarman earned the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Football Offensive Player of the Week award announced on Tuesday.
The senior from Pensacola, Fla., guided the Wildcats (2-2) offense to a tune of 532 yards of total offense and FVSU's first 50-point outburst since October of 2017 in the 50-16 victory over Benedict College last Saturday night.
The BOXTOROW National Player of the Week, Jarman, posted his best game of his Wildcat career with six touchdown passes, including four coming as part of a 29-point second quarter. He connected on 25 of 43 pass attempts for 391 yards through the air.https://fvsusports.com/news/2019/10/1/wildcats-jarman-earns-siac-football-offensive-player-of-the-week.aspx
« on: September 28, 2019, 07:22:38 PM »
7:16 left in game.....
FVS - 50
Benedict - 16
That is what I am talking about FVSU. Beat them like they stole something.
« on: September 28, 2019, 07:21:18 PM »
How the hell does he get to redshirt? I'm confuse...
Howard football may be losing the face of its program for good. According to sources, quarterback Caylin Newton will be redshirting; thus sitting out the remainder of the season. With this, he’ll be weighing his options and maybe looking to transfer.
No Problem, he will be a welcomed addition for FVSU. Give us a call.