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#15 : September 20, 2012, 12:56:32 PM

So I was feeding my dog named Rutgers while watching Hobo with a Shotgun, which by the way, Rutger Hauer is great at and I noticed in the Rutgers Times that the Cowboys struggled against the Seahawks physically. That wouldn't have happened to Rutgers when I was there. You just don't out physical Rutgers. I sincerely hope that Rob Ryan takes a page out of Rutgers history and plays physical just as Rutgers did when I was there. This Cowboys team has all the tools to be a successful team just as Rutgers was. When you're talking about being a good physical team, it starts up front and you have to have a good center like we do. Jeremy Zuttah, of Rutgers University is true class act and a future hall of famer. I know a lot of people are making me out to be some kind of monster, but I'm just a typical Rutgers family guy. I love spending time with my wife who is a Rutgers alumni and I also enjoy spending time with my children, both of my boys Rutgers I, Rutgers II, and my little girl, Rutgeria.

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#16 : September 20, 2012, 01:11:49 PM


Seems like you're in a bit of a rut.

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#17 : September 20, 2012, 01:50:38 PM

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So I was feeding my dog named Rutgers while watching Hobo with a Shotgun, which by the way, Rutger Hauer is great at and I noticed in the Rutgers Times that the Cowboys struggled against the Seahawks physically. That wouldn't have happened to Rutgers when I was there. You just don't out physical Rutgers. I sincerely hope that Rob Ryan takes a page out of Rutgers history and plays physical just as Rutgers did when I was there. This Cowboys team has all the tools to be a successful team just as Rutgers was. When you're talking about being a good physical team, it starts up front and you have to have a good center like we do. Jeremy Zuttah, of Rutgers University is true class act and a future hall of famer. I know a lot of people are making me out to be some kind of monster, but I'm just a typical Rutgers family guy. I love spending time with my wife who is a Rutgers alumni and I also enjoy spending time with my children, both of my boys Rutgers I, Rutgers II, and my little girl, Rutgeria.

Link: http://boards.dallascowboys.com/topic/2925-official-bucs-vs-cowboys-thread/page__st__120#entry204467


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#18 : September 20, 2012, 09:10:24 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.


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#19 : September 20, 2012, 09:54:45 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.

So, him bringing in Pac 12 refs for minicamps had nothing to do with Stanford?

So, he doesn't say anything about his old team, that's just how he is. He was also lauded when he made the jump to the NFL. Schiano met a mixed reaction, but how can you fault him for referencing his longest and most recent tenure as a coach? If Gruden didn't say anything about the Raiders, we probably wouldn't have won a Super Bowl.

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#20 : September 20, 2012, 09:56:00 PM

We brought him here because of what he did at Rutgers. If he just doesn't mention anything he had done there, it would be pointless.

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#21 : September 20, 2012, 09:57:02 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.

So, him bringing in Pac 12 refs for minicamps had nothing to do with Stanford?

So, he doesn't say anything about his old team, that's just how he is. He was also lauded when he made the jump to the NFL. Schiano met a mixed reaction, but how can you fault him for referencing his longest and most recent tenure as a coach? If Gruden didn't say anything about the Raiders, we probably wouldn't have won a Super Bowl.






Schiano might be better served by touting his 5 years in the NFL as a defensive coach,   IMO.


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#22 : September 20, 2012, 09:58:40 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.

So, him bringing in Pac 12 refs for minicamps had nothing to do with Stanford?

So, he doesn't say anything about his old team, that's just how he is. He was also lauded when he made the jump to the NFL. Schiano met a mixed reaction, but how can you fault him for referencing his longest and most recent tenure as a coach? If Gruden didn't say anything about the Raiders, we probably wouldn't have won a Super Bowl.






Schiano might be better served by touting his 5 years in the NFL as a defensive coach,   IMO.

We had a guy who all he could talk about was being defensive assistant coach and that didn't turn out well. Plus, Schiano has mentioned his time with the Bears numerous times, people just don't want to hear it.

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#23 : September 20, 2012, 10:02:21 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.

So, him bringing in Pac 12 refs for minicamps had nothing to do with Stanford?

So, he doesn't say anything about his old team, that's just how he is. He was also lauded when he made the jump to the NFL. Schiano met a mixed reaction, but how can you fault him for referencing his longest and most recent tenure as a coach? If Gruden didn't say anything about the Raiders, we probably wouldn't have won a Super Bowl.






Schiano might be better served by touting his 5 years in the NFL as a defensive coach,   IMO.

We had a guy who all he could talk about was being defensive assistant coach and that didn't turn out well. Plus, Schiano has mentioned his time with the Bears numerous times, people just don't want to hear it.





I would think the NFL experience is more valuable in the credibility war.

If it was just Rutgers only, that makes him look like more of a greenhorn IMO.


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#24 : September 20, 2012, 10:04:55 PM

I actually agree with this, living in the bay area I never hear Harbaugh bring up his Stanford days




Good point, agree.

So, him bringing in Pac 12 refs for minicamps had nothing to do with Stanford?

So, he doesn't say anything about his old team, that's just how he is. He was also lauded when he made the jump to the NFL. Schiano met a mixed reaction, but how can you fault him for referencing his longest and most recent tenure as a coach? If Gruden didn't say anything about the Raiders, we probably wouldn't have won a Super Bowl.






Schiano might be better served by touting his 5 years in the NFL as a defensive coach,   IMO.

We had a guy who all he could talk about was being defensive assistant coach and that didn't turn out well. Plus, Schiano has mentioned his time with the Bears numerous times, people just don't want to hear it.





I would think the NFL experience is more valuable in the credibility war.

If it was just Rutgers only, that makes him look like more of a greenhorn IMO.

Point is, not too many people would have thought we would be 1-1 at this point and actually playing competitively (although we have some major kinks to work out with finishing games). That's what Schiano brought from Rutgers and I think he needs to reiterate it or the players will revert to last year.

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#25 : September 20, 2012, 10:12:08 PM

Point is, not too many people would have thought we would be 1-1 at this point and actually playing competitively (although we have some major kinks to work out with finishing games). That's what Schiano brought from Rutgers and I think he needs to reiterate it or the players will revert to last year.

good point.  schiano was brought from Rutgers to do exactly what he is doing.  change the culture from a losing team to a competitive team.  our fans just want to complain about something.

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#26 : September 20, 2012, 10:24:47 PM

I met a girl named Rutgeria at a club in Dallas. Unbelievable(and unforgettable) ass.

Memory is definitely in the "spank-bank".



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#27 : September 20, 2012, 10:26:21 PM

Rutgeria has to be one of the worst names I've ever heard.   


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#28 : September 21, 2012, 09:48:44 AM

To me the artical is pointless.  Who cares!  Make sound coaching decisions, game plan well, keep 'em motivated and win games that's all I care about.

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#29 : September 21, 2012, 09:59:23 AM

To me the artical is pointless.  Who cares!  Make sound coaching decisions, game plan well, keep 'em motivated and win games that's all I care about.

Exactly , is anyone really going to give a flying F*ck that he references Rutgers if we go 10-6 this season ?

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           
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