- Sep 20, 2008
... Then you're a ööööing idiot.
So, if we add 21 points and takeaway the turnovers, plus the safety we got, we are at 23. Let’s says we return that end zone INT in the first quarter for 6, hit the XP, we are at 30! Bam! Stick it in the win column! That was a close game!Patenaude didn’t turn it over in the red zone 3 times (int, fumb, on downs). Add 17 or 21 points and take away their scoop and score...then we may have had something. The game was closer than the score.
I’m gonna go ahead and stop you there. There’s no way Key is worse than Sewak. Our OL isn’t the most talented, is undersized, doesn’t have much depth and was recruited to run a different offensive scheme. On top of that, our best OL left the team and plays at Texas now.I’m still trying to process whether or not Key is a worse O-line coach than Sewak or is the O-line just plain terrible. I realize they aren’t the right fit but I see a lot of them standing around while our QBs are running for their lives or getting crushed. Look at the play with Graham that involved the targeting penalty for example.