October 7, 2013

Tantrum Over

Ahhhh, who am I kidding?  I'll be at the games.  Heck, I'll be watching religiously on TV this Saturday as our Hoos take on the hated Terps.

Maybe in my head I know London's not the guy to take Virginia Football where we want it to go.  But in my heart, there's still hope.

UVA will never fire a coach midseason, so at the very least there is seven games to be played this season.  That's ample opportunity for London to win me back over from the dark side.

This doesn't mean I'm not going to post my list of potential coaching candidates.  That's still coming, and soon.  But for now, I'm just going to put the Pittsburgh and Ball State debacles in the past, just like I'm hoping the team is doing in practice this week.

As for Maryland... Man, we really need to send them off to the BigTen with a loss to us in the last game we ever play against them.  I wish I had a bit more hope and confidence that we'll be ready to give them that fight.  But that's Virginia Football -- it'll break your heart, but it'll also come from out of nowhere to win games that maybe on paper it shouldn't.

Page turned.

Let's go Hoos.


9 comments:

  1. your embarassing yourself

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  2. Otherwise, thanks for the thought. I wear it on my sleeve, and this blog is unfiltered. That was always the vision for Wahooze.

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  3. Time to reopen what you called the most annoying debate on message boards. This has been one of London's biggest mysteries. Phelps in favor of Walker. Kid has been bad for 17 straight starts. I also challenge you guys to come up with one significant play he has made in those starts or even on ST for that matter.

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    1. Yep, Phelps has been awful. And we can no longer trust the "better judgement" of the coaching staff. Time to give Rijo Walker (or Kelvin Rainey, for that matter) a crack at the starting free safety role.

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