Are those parents going to keep paying Mitch, Dax and Andy after the school stops? Probably not, eh?
I agree the best players have never been on the field all season. This staff had there minds made up before the first day of pratice who was going to play. It did'nt matter if another player was better or not. How can CMG stand there game after game and watch the same players he sends to the plate do the same old thing. Its time coach to let all this crap go. You told players the BEST would play no matter what.
6-1 in the finale. We lost the series 23-4 and the last four 32-5. Why the hell this is tolerated is just proof positive that no one cares. Let me repeat that: NO ONE CARES!!!!! It is so very, very sad.
Ah well. Two against MVSU this week and then a home series against someone (I think it's State but I honestly don't know. I just figure I will get in the car next Saturday and drive four hours to watch whoever is playing. Geez. I guess this crapola has really begun to get to me).
4-11, 13-23. 19 more games left in this season of hell.
ROLL TIDE ROLL
the Tullidges and Gregorys must be pouring in tons of money to the program for this
We'll turn the corner with mid-week wins...you just wait and see. OK...I just got through doing my taxes and I am a little giddy.
I really have nothing else to say. Everything that I could possibly say, I've already said multiple times. Everything's been negative this season. And there's not been many bright spots at all to talk about. I'm not necessarily "upset" about getting swept at LSU (not to say I am alright with it happening), they're a very good team, but dang... can't we have at least been competitive in the losses?
Our results against SEC opponents in the Gaspard era (includes SEC Tournament contests and the non-conference games against Auburn and Georgia)
Success in conference games is what really matters, but the four-year losing streak in the Capital City Classic is getting ridiculous.
Ole Miss: 4-3
Mississippi State: 5-1
South Carolina: 2-4
*Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Mississippi State, Kentucky, and Georgia remain on this year's schedule.
*Not sure which is most embarrassing - a losing record to Tennessee or to both UAB (1-5) and Samford (2-3).
*It's amazing how much of a difference great coaching can make. Having learned their lesson after taking the convenient, lazy route and hiring Todd Raleigh and having him run the program into the ground, Tennessee went out and hired the best coach available, Dave Serrano, from Cal State Fullerton. In his first season in Knoxville, with what is clearly the least-talented team in the SEC, Serrano is 21-15/7-8 and very much in the middle of the postseason hunt.
*The key question: Is the program in better shape than it was when Gaspard took over as head coach? The answer, quite obviously, is no. A consistent winner and perennial postseason lock is now the doormat of the conference. If Gaspard wants to have a chance at turning this colossal mess around, he's going to have to make some tough decisions in the off-season and put together a more capable supporting staff. But even that might not be enough.
Last edited by JoJoforHeisman; April 16th, 2012 at 01:28 PM.
I don't think that will work, because it ain't Dax and Andy deciding the Hunter Gregory and James Tullidge are two of the best nine guys we've got who can play. New assistant coaches may bring more knowledge but they aren't going to fix the root cause, imo.
As I said, jmo.
Both Families are at the Games. Why don't you come and ask them youself. I bet you won't