Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Duff Man, Mar 29, 2010.
OK, but if I do submit a substantive question will I get a substantive answer besides, were about to pop, it's the little things, were almost their, and we'll see. etc; etc;
I submitted a bunch of position specific questions about the O-line, Linebackers, kick and punt returners, etc. We'll see if there is any direct responses or just regular stuff.
Kind of surprised they are doing that with his self-imposed exile from media so far.
I've been dying to hear how our team GPA was last semester and how the offseason program is going, but he probably only wants to answer real football questions like "who's the starting QB?" Or "How many wins this year coach?", or "How would you assess coach Riddle's performance with the Special Teams last year, and how will they improve this season?"
Hopefully he will at least throw us a nugget about his summer vacation or what's on his iPod.
Which 2010 recruit has the best handshake and twinkle??
I can pretty much guarantee that no matter what question he decides to answer, he won't really say anything.
I would like to know how many plays we'll be short of making a bowl game this year.
Lucy or Marissa coach?
...and Thunder Hagen is enfuego!!!
When are you going to have Joel Klatt over for dinner?
These things always take me back to my favorite moment of the John Blake era at the University of Oklahoma.
In 1997, during John Blake's last season as OU's head coach, he hired the best man at his wedding (seriously) Joe Dickinson, to be his offensive coordinator. After spending the entire spring and fall practicing an option offense, when the season finally opened, OU did not come out with an option offense at all, instead they were more of a pro-set offense...
For all the years prior to the Stoops regime, OU's head coach and both the offensive and defensive coordinator had radio shows, where the coaches would be on the air for an hour, at some local Norman restaurant, and would accept calls from people which were then broadcast over the air. Joe Dickinson's show was broadcast in the evenings at a local bar and grill called the Trattoria.
On one fateful night, nearing the end of the season, when most people were pretty sure that John Blake was going to be terminated, a wonderful caller called in to Joe Dickinson's show...
Host: "Welcome caller, you're on the air with offensive coordinator Joe Dickinson."
Caller: "Thank you, I have just three quick questions for Coach D. Number 1, what the hell kind of mickey mouse offense are you running? Number 2, how much are they paying you to run that crap? Number 3, where will you be coaching next year? I'll hang up and listen off the air."
Coach Dickinson: "Hey buddy, if you think you can do any better than me, you're welcome to come down here to the Trattoria and find out!"
Host: "And it's time for a commercial break."
you forgot ten plays from a bowl game
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