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  • BCPanther
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    Originally posted by sevelev711 View Post
    I once again highly recommend blocking him. It improved my experience of the board dramatically.
    I wish I could...

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  • sevelev711
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    I once again highly recommend blocking him. It improved my experience of the board dramatically.

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  • BCPanther
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    Originally posted by Mudrafan View Post
    Is literally everything an argument with some of you people? I mean…seriously. UNI was 55th running the ball last year and it’s been an issue going back to the David Johnson era where, ironically, the running game underachieved with him.

    No doubt the passing offense has surged under Theo & that’s been a sight for sore eyes. We need to find balance in our attack although if we have a lean one way…passing is preferred.

    The defense did slip a year ago…to 59th…extremely uncharacteristic for farley. At the end of the day, UNI knows how to play defense so I’m very confident it bounces back quickly with the recent coaching infusion.

    And I’m talking about the last decade or so…not just a year ago. It’s been the UNI offense that’s held us back. Is this a year it comes together again? That’s certainly the hope and I hope a high flying, while balanced offense is part of that
    No, everything is an argument with you.

    Don't spend a decade being an ******* at every chance you get and expect anyone to think your opinion is in good faith.

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  • Mudrafan
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    Is literally everything an argument with some of you people? I mean…seriously. UNI was 55th running the ball last year and it’s been an issue going back to the David Johnson era where, ironically, the running game underachieved with him.

    No doubt the passing offense has surged under Theo & that’s been a sight for sore eyes. We need to find balance in our attack although if we have a lean one way…passing is preferred.

    The defense did slip a year ago…to 59th…extremely uncharacteristic for farley. At the end of the day, UNI knows how to play defense so I’m very confident it bounces back quickly with the recent coaching infusion.

    And I’m talking about the last decade or so…not just a year ago. It’s been the UNI offense that’s held us back. Is this a year it comes together again? That’s certainly the hope and I hope a high flying, while balanced offense is part of that

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  • pantherclaw
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    Originally posted by Wxcpanther View Post

    You mean the one that was arguably one of the best in FCS and has the same guy coming back at quarterback with an impressive stable of weapons? That one?

    You can’t possibly be talking about the UNI panthers? Right we play defense. No offense around CF.

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  • Wxcpanther
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    Originally posted by BCPanther View Post

    Did, did you see our offense last year?
    You mean the one that was arguably one of the best in FCS and has the same guy coming back at quarterback with an impressive stable of weapons? That one?

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  • edgecat
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    Originally posted by BCPanther View Post

    Did, did you see our offense last year?
    Honestly, I’m still questioning if it was a dream too.

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  • BCPanther
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    Originally posted by Mudrafan View Post
    If UNI finds the offense of yesteryear, Farley has a chance to go out on top. It’s been a lifetime…
    Did, did you see our offense last year?

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  • Mudrafan
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    If UNI finds the offense of yesteryear, Farley has a chance to go out on top. It’s been a lifetime…

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  • pantherclaw
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    Thought on this, Farley saw steig win and retire and now he wants to do the same thing. Please that would be awesome.

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  • FOTY
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    Originally posted by Born-a-Panther View Post
    Farley's on a mission, and I literally get goosebumps just thinking about it...
    That was the convo I was having last night. He’s got the right talent in the right places and is bringing back those he trusts to coach them up. He sees it himself and appears all in on making a big run this season.

    I don’t know if it’s the let down from BB or the coaching hires, but I’m already excited for this fall.

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  • Born-a-Panther
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    Originally posted by CincyPanther88 View Post
    JJ must not have wanted to work with the new Kent St. coach. Otherwise I can't understand why he would leave a MAC job to come back to UNI for the same job and, more likely, less pay. Could it be that Farley will retire soon and JJ will be the new head coach?
    His family also missed this area and considers it "home." Good timing to make the decision now with the ages of their kids. So, so excited to have them back. Farley's coaching staff is being referred to as the Avengers on Twitter, and I'm here for it. Put Theo in bubble wrap until kickoff and let's pack the Dome and the tailgating lots. Farley's on a mission, and I literally get goosebumps just thinking about it...

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  • Blue42
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    The thought of watching a Bodie Reeder led offense on one side of the ball...and a JJ led defense similar to what we've seen in his prior tenure...has got me intrigued.

    Maybe the best O/D coordinator combo in 25 years...or ever.
    Last edited by Blue42; 02-17-2023, 12:23 PM.

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  • Blue42
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    Originally posted by CincyPanther88 View Post
    JJ must not have wanted to work with the new Kent St. coach. Otherwise I can't understand why he would leave a MAC job to come back to UNI for the same job and, more likely, less pay. Could it be that Farley will retire soon and JJ will be the new head coach?
    He had been reassigned to safeties coach and special teams coordinator at Kent State by their new HC...no longer was DC.

    He wants to be a DC.

    Calling the D at UNI is a better route to a bigger DC job than safeties coach at a MAC school.

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