1. Stop defending your coach's idea and let him not you take the heat for it. I promise you he will wise up and stop.
2. Get every down players. No more prima donners that say I don't play on second and short. I don't play on third and long. "Oh lord it's second and long I need to change my whole defense! It's not fair the right personnel isn't out there!" Play ball mofo!
3. Quit worrying about the number of plays run. This ain't baseball. We do have a clock. You want to limit the number of plays Ole Miss runs then run down the clock with your offense. Beat us by playing a better game and not by changing the rules to suit you.
Ps! Can't believe your players are so insecure they have to have a group hug after each play. This sport ain't for women!
-the player safety angle was in the rule that was not created by Saban nor Bilemma
-the player safety angle spoke on by Saban has merit from his angle, you don't have to agree with it
-we don't know what Saban did or said when they went to a 12th game or any of the other situations you brought up
-Saban has admitted he doesnt like the philosophy of the HUNH, minus any player safety issues so he isn't disguising his angst
-and from what I gather, more than playing into the player safety stuff, alot of posters just think it's hilarious that because the man has an opinion on a certain offensive philosophy that this makes him a pussy or scared lmao
of the losses over the last 5 years, the only games we lost that didnt involve a NC winner, an NC loser and/or a Heisman trophy winner was South Carolina in '10 (they won the SEC East though) and Oklahoma ........so to suggest Saban has a problem with the HUNH is laughable, we just lost to hella teams with hella players and a few of them happen to be running the hunh