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    If we can get Forrest's hair on the field that's good for at least two wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff82 View Post
    Perhaps not, but if your coaching lacks attention to detail, and I think Dykes' did, you probably don't care who sees what you're doing. Of the last two coaches, it was the anal retentive one who was more successful.
    You're going to base a coach's success on his attire? Wow.

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    Cal Beards!!

    Come on , Tui, you're next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 89Bear View Post
    Looney, Mekari, Bequette???
    Gonna need these guys to have some size. We don't have a ton of it.
    When healthy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartofthebear View Post
    One advantage Garbers has is that he won't have to unlearn another system first.
    True but I think he played in a rpo spread in HS
    3-9 and a 95% graduation rate trump a Rose Bowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by dajo9 View Post
    If we can get Forrest's hair on the field that's good for at least two wins
    Hahahahah. Dude has some flow
    3-9 and a 95% graduation rate trump a Rose Bowl

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    I liked the Baldwin comment about his and his wife's impression of the caliber of individuals among the players. That it stood out to them seems telling, and frankly a credit to the school, yes, but also the prior staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drizzlybears brother View Post
    I liked the Baldwin comment about his and his wife's impression of the caliber of individuals among the players. That it stood out to them seems telling, and frankly a credit to the school, yes, but also the prior staff.
    Dykes did not leave the cupboard bare when it comes to culture, character and WRs.
    But the buzz is that practices are a lot more detail oriented now.

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    Like this guy Baldwin...I think we will see the QB play and the offense evolve as the season progresses.

    I like "Beau Raid" rather than his name- "multiple" but if it's true what he said, that his multiple offense gives us greater chances in short yardage and third down situations, then I don't care what he calls it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartofthebear View Post
    Dykes did not leave the cupboard bare when it comes to culture, character and WRs.
    But the buzz is that practices are a lot more detail oriented now.
    They made similar comments following Tedford's arrival about increased attention to detail as well. Same true in Seattle following Petersen's arrival.

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    They who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by going4roses View Post
    They who?
    We. Or it was commonly believed.

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    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartofthebear View Post
    Dykes did not leave the cupboard bare when it comes to culture, character and WRs.
    But the buzz is that practices are a lot more detail oriented now.
    As long as QBs don't have to spend three years studying a 250 page book to see the field, I'm fine with more attention to detail. JT was far too much on the detail, there has to be a middle ground.



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