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    Default Re: GDT: UNI Panthers, Part Deux (Playoff Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by UWMandSDSU View Post
    2500 or 4100, either way that sucks.
    Yes, it is difficult to make decisions for other people. It would be even more disastrous if it was 4100 during the regular season. I would have thought with the thin ice we may have seen more ice fishermen show up.
    Best to remember these are kids and they are doing everything they can to entertain us, be scholars, and all in all be great humans. Jackedforlife

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    Quote Originally Posted by goon View Post
    On tv just called us san Diego state....

    Ugh.
    The ref called them "Northern Illinois" once and us "South Dakota," so there's that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westernjack View Post
    Just walking out of the stadium and heard multiple people saying this same thing and questioning If they are coming back next year. Biggest downfall of attendance is easily the product on the field.
    I was very disappointed in the outcome, but let's not forget that the product will include the likes of Backhaus, Gibbs, Heins, Evans, Norblade, Hicks, Wilson, Strong, Krolikowski, Gardner, Ogunrinde, and Ward. There's ample reason for excitement.

    Who knows how things will shake out, but I'm already thinking of ways I can stockpile the cash for next season's season ticket order.

    Having said that, I am not sold on the offensive playcalling, although I wonder how much of that was due to constraints imposed by injury and how much was coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theee Catrabbit View Post
    Huh. Just a fickle fanbase I guess.

    The good news is we have at 3 more years of it. Should be an exciting brand of football
    Fumbles are always frustrating, but I think it bears mentioning that Janke's patterns are often in traffic in middle of field where the likelihood of a fumble increases. Similarly, he has a propensity to field punts in traffic (which is actually a habit I hope they break him of).

    I expect next season brings improvement and reduced fumbles.

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    I also was disappointed with not being agressive to end the half. However I think Mikey was out at that time and when it got to 4th and 1 that may have factored in.

    The fumbles let the air out of the stadium and that has to affect the team and defense at some point.

    Was glad to see them put Adam in to return punts

    Above all I was disappointed for the team to go out like that at home. Everyone leaving the stands on the last play.

    I couldn't make the Illinois St game, but I feel that attendance affected the team and coaches and hardcore fans.

    Looking forward to next year and thanks to the team and seniors that made it an exciting season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakejc795 View Post
    I was very disappointed in the outcome, but let's not forget that the product will include the likes of Backhaus, Gibbs, Heins, Evans, Norblade, Hicks, Wilson, Strong, Krolikowski, Gardner, Ogunrinde, and Ward. There's ample reason for excitement.

    Who knows how things will shake out, but I'm already thinking of ways I can stockpile the cash for next season's season ticket order.

    Having said that, I am not sold on the offensive playcalling, although I wonder how much of that was due to constraints imposed by injury and how much was coaching.
    Could not agree more, bad taste in the mouth right now but next year we have a lot to look forward to. Never fun to be in this position looking to next season but this team is not rebuilding, we are still built to win now

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    Quote Originally Posted by goon View Post
    No because they next series they gave up a 30 yard run. You can expect a stout defense to be perfect for that long. Even if we didnt get points we save the defense on the field and less time for uni. Guess it's all. Moot point now.
    Hard to for me to pin most of the blame anywhere but on the offense. Had 80 yards total offense in the first 10 minutes, 140 in the final 50. UNI won time of possession 37-23. I think the defense finally got worn down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theee Catrabbit View Post
    Huh. Just a fickle fanbase I guess.

    The good news is we have at 3 more years of it. Should be an exciting brand of football
    Excuse me? Fickle?

    I believe in benching kids to prove a point when it's needed. I think he's a very talented player and could very well go on to have a great career here and I'll be right there cheering for him. You see coaches putting players in the dog house all the time and making them earn their trust back. Imo that's exactly what he needed.

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    Default Re: GDT: UNI Panthers, Part Deux (Playoff Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by jakejc795 View Post
    I was very disappointed in the outcome, but let's not forget that the product will include the likes of Backhaus, Gibbs, Heins, Evans, Norblade, Hicks, Wilson, Strong, Krolikowski, Gardner, Ogunrinde, and Ward. There's ample reason for excitement.

    Who knows how things will shake out, but I'm already thinking of ways I can stockpile the cash for next season's season ticket order.

    Having said that, I am not sold on the offensive playcalling, although I wonder how much of that was due to constraints imposed by injury and how much was coaching.
    I like the optimism.

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    The Jacks started the season without much experience or depth at QB. That hurt an otherwise talented offense. Beyond that, it seemed to be fundamental stuff, like holding on to the ball and tackling scrambling QBs, that held the Jacks back. Next year's team has the potential to be better.
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