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Thread: CJM Army and the Flexbone

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUNCSU View Post
    But they have shown consistent improvement over the past few years. Bottom line they won 11 games and hit OK in the mouth and had a chance to win and their style of play matched to their skill set had a lot to do with their success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garns 4 View Post
    Army year in and year out are not playing an ACC schedule, Navy after losing their ALL AMERICAN QB a few years ago look rather pedestrian playing in the AAC.
    I think NAVY is the better team over all, but if you look at Army for the past 20 years, Monken is a God send!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt3412 View Post
    I don't know what Army has coming back, but if you thought this schedule was bad, take a look at next year.
    They play at their level & win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garns 4 View Post
    thats why I thought the Kansas job would have been perfect for Monken and for him to bring that offense. I think in a couple of years he'd have Kansas getting some respect rather than them being viewed as a dumpster fire year in and year out. If I were a Kansas football fan I'd be pretty ticked off by now.
    Kansas football fan, is that a thing??
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUcoastie09 View Post
    Kansas football fan, is that a thing??

    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete4256 View Post
    Some serious sour grapes regarding Monken and Co. Y’all some kind of irrational.

    I love Monken and all....

    But what kind of series of events left us to losing out on another NC by not having a kicker????? (Hell, my old *** could have done better.... Seriously. That was bad.)


    It was embarrassing..... (And if you know me, you know that's hard to do.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TALON View Post
    They play at their level & win.
    Their level is FBS. And being independent, they can schedule whoever they want. They choose to schedule a collection of the worst FBS teams along with a couple of bad FCS teams every year. So congratulations I guess.

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    Coach Monken is a good coach. After the 2006 BVG crash and 3 so-so years with Hatch, Monken was able to coach us to 3 ten plus win seasons and end with a 7-4 record. I don't know about anyone else but I was happy as a pig in crap to be back in the running again. This year we beat EM by 2 in the camellia bowl and that's good enough for me. Army beat EM 37-22 this year .

    I'm glad to be back to double digit wins this year and CCL has done a great job. I hope Army keeps winning and if we every play them I'll be pulling for the Eagles
    "If you only do what you know you can do- you never do very much.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUcoastie09 View Post
    Kansas football fan, is that a thing??
    It keeps them occupied until basketball season

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    What a pleasure to see the Army O line fire off the ball low and hard beating the D line to the punch and getting blocks executed at the second level to spring ball carriers. Reminds me of the Georgia Southern HAWGS of past years. Tough, aggressive, guys that take territory. Seems like now our O line technique is much "kinder and gentler" since we no longer run the Hambone and start our plays from the gun or the pistol.


    Sure would be good to see the Georgia Southern O line be coached to fire off the ball low and hard once again. Coach Lunsford? You've seen how well that can work.
    Last edited by GIEAGLE; 25th December 2018 at 02:59 PM.

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