You've got to pick up the pieces
C'mon, sort your trash
You better pull yourself back together
Maybe you've got too much cash
...my brain is hanging upside down.
Whelp. Mark Richt used us as leverage with Miami. Typical SEC scumbaggery --- sorry, just calling it like I see it. I sincerely wish Richt nothing but absolute failure with the Hurricanes.
But you do what Hoofans always do, you pick up the pieces and you move on.
In this case, "moving on" means turning your attention to Western Kentucky coach Jeff Brohm.
Finish listening to the Ramones, and then watch this gem.
Is this or is this not Virginia Football?
Yes it is.
Do I or do I not currently have a pulse?
Yes I do.
LET'S PLAY FOOTBALL.
Okay, full disclosure: I love this guy. I love his offense. I've done a lot of research on him since The List, Part IV, and I really, really like what I've learned.
Western Kentucky has won 15 of their last 17 games and that offense is incredible.
-- 44.2 points per game (4th in the FBS)
-- 519.7 yards per game (9th)
-- 48.99% 3rd down conversion (9th)
-- 0.613 points per play (1st)
-- 7.2 yards per play (7th)
Meet Jeff Brohm
Meet Brohm's Offensive Assistants
The Big 2015 WKU Football Guide -- The nuts and bolts of Western Kentucky's offense
"Rediscovering a Football Mind" -- Learn more about the Petrino system for which Brohm carries the blueprints.
In Praise of Jeff Brohm
Why WKU's offense is more than Brandon Doughty
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