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#15 : November 18, 2012, 10:22:54 AM

Logan Ryan and Khaseem Greene are probably two guys Schiano would really want from his former team.


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#16 : November 18, 2012, 10:24:11 AM

this thread has identified a few PR mb members who are still fans of Raheem

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#17 : November 18, 2012, 10:32:22 AM

Lots of factors involved, here.  The main one being the Big East sucks something fierce and Rutgers schedule is the 106th toughest schedule in the country.


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#18 : November 18, 2012, 10:40:51 AM

Schiano is a defensive guy.   He has the worst defense in the NFL (or close to it).   If you want to give anyone credit, give Sullivan credit.

He is the HC and deserves all of the credit/blame that comes with it.

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#19 : November 18, 2012, 10:54:05 AM

He absolutely does. He may not call the plays, but he does set the table for how the coordinators approach games. I posted once before that he sells out for the run almost to a point of fault. His theory must be that even though the Bucs do not have the corners to cover people, the more times the ball is in the air, the more opportunities there are there to get the ball back. Though nauseating, it is "less" painful than watching teams run it down our throats even with 8 in the box.

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#20 : November 18, 2012, 10:57:40 AM

you've been in a cave for the Bucs' 2012 season?

Schiano is a defensive guy.   He has the worst defense in the NFL (or close to it).   If you want to give anyone credit, give Sullivan credit.

Quit yer trolling. We had the worst defense in the league last year. It takes a little more than one half season to turn a turd like that around, but I'm sure you could admit that if you would be honest instead of trying to be a clown.

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#21 : November 18, 2012, 11:45:23 AM

rutgers still has a football team?

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#22 : November 18, 2012, 11:52:02 AM

you've been in a cave for the Bucs' 2012 season?

Schiano is a defensive guy.   He has the worst defense in the NFL (or close to it).   If you want to give anyone credit, give Sullivan credit.

Quit yer trolling. We had the worst defense in the league last year. It takes a little more than one half season to turn a turd like that around, but I'm sure you could admit that if you would be honest instead of trying to be a clown.

Last year the offense sucked too.   Funny how that was able to turn around with Sullivan, but a defensive minded guy like Schiano can't do anything with the D even when he uses the #7 pick in the draft on a safety and their 2nd round pick on a linebacker to help it out.


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#23 : November 18, 2012, 12:18:02 PM

you've been in a cave for the Bucs' 2012 season?

Schiano is a defensive guy.   He has the worst defense in the NFL (or close to it).   If you want to give anyone credit, give Sullivan credit.

Quit yer trolling. We had the worst defense in the league last year. It takes a little more than one half season to turn a turd like that around, but I'm sure you could admit that if you would be honest instead of trying to be a clown.

Last year the offense sucked too.   Funny how that was able to turn around with Sullivan, but a defensive minded guy like Schiano can't do anything with the D even when he uses the #7 pick in the draft on a safety and their 2nd round pick on a linebacker to help it out.

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#24 : November 18, 2012, 12:44:28 PM

Not to belittle what Rutgers is doing, but it was time for a change there. Not so much as culture, but voice. That said, IMHO the conference in general isn't that strong this season. Rutgers is good, but not really any different than some of its three or four-loss predecessors.

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#25 : November 18, 2012, 12:47:51 PM

Rutgers lost to friggin Kent St...


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#26 : November 18, 2012, 12:50:21 PM

Rutgers lost to friggin Kent St...

Kent St is pretty decent...regardless, Schiano turned a sh*t program around.

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#27 : November 18, 2012, 12:53:51 PM

I'm looking at overall sucess, before, during, and after.

Rice came from there and he is one of the better rbs in the NFL. Before schiano got there, they were an awful college team. And now, if there is any more proof needed, the guy is helping the bucs become a winning team again. When many people expected a far worse season.

Say what you will about schiano, but he's a fighter and a team builder and we desparately needed a HC like that. that much shouldn't be argued.

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#28 : November 18, 2012, 12:55:46 PM

Rutgers lost to friggin Kent St...

Kent St is pretty decent...regardless, Schiano turned a sh*t program around.
They have one good player in Dri Archer, yeah he would probably be a Heisman candidate if he was on a better team.


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#29 : November 18, 2012, 01:01:50 PM

Rutgers lost to friggin Kent St...

Kent St is pretty decent...regardless, Schiano turned a sh*t program around.
They have one good player in Dri Archer, yeah he would probably be a Heisman candidate if he was on a better team.

Saw the highlights from yesterday's game...dude looks sick.
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