In Coach Graham Harrell Interview

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    Canyon

    Canyon Junior Member


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    C Graham Harrell said, the offense would have clicked if all 11 players did their jobs. When one player does not do his assignments; he disrupts the entire offense.

    Who was that one player that did not make the offense go according to C Graham Harrell? Anyone know who CGH was referring to?
     
       
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    Would think it wasnt one player continuously messing up but key plays where there were lapses. The sack on the first drive, the free man off the edge on the second drive. The underthrown and subsequent drop on said underthrown ball that wouldve been an easy touchdown and instead resulted in a field goal. Execute there and we have something going, we didnt make the plays we needed to make. Those drive killing / wasted opportunities are what separate the good teams from the great teams.
     
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    So...all a defense needs to do to cripple this offense is get one player to miss an assignment?
     
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    Thanks HBsc, I think you're right. Reviewed the interview again. Don't think he was referring to any one player. But, he did mentioned that all 11 players must do their assignment's to make the O go and click. Looks like on missed opportunities, someone messed up and did not do their assignment. It's good that he did not mentioned names. That would have been bad for team and player morale.
     
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    That’s true for any offense. If a WR runs the wrong route, or a RB misses a blocking assignment. All it takes, is one person not doing their job, and any play can be blown up. Regardless of who’s offense it is. He didn’t call anyone out in particular in public, as he shouldn’t.
     
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    It is unfortunate to see that Clueless Helton's narcissistic approach to shifting blame to anyone and everyone other than himself has infected a young coach like GH. GH is a coach that may likely have promise in this profession. My advice to Harrell would be to ignore the arrogant, narcissistic fool you currently report to. Helton is a moron that won the lottery by being appointed as HC at SC. There is no dignity in blaming 18-20 year-old kids when you are making millions to do a respectable job of coaching. GH, with the talent you have at your disposal, a .500 record is disgraceful, period. Clueless Helton is a toxic disease that is killing this program.
     
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    Exactly! More passive/aggressive BS of throwing the kids under the bus while they wash their hands of any responsibility for this continuing sh!t show. Would love to see The Situational Master for once say after yet another loss that it was on him but we know that will never happen. Just more talk of Warriors, Pac 12 Champs, 2 or 3 plays, yadda, yadda, yadda.
     

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