After having a restless night and thinking about the game…
I know Kalani wants to bring back the “Family” feeling of the time during the Lavell years. That is great and support that concept,
The thing is Lavell was the “grandpa” everyone wanted to have, but he hired some assistant coaches that enforced discipline, and held their players accountable. Anyone who was within 50 yards of Roger French, Norm Chow, ■■■■ Felt, etc. during a game, would know that their language would make a sailor blush… They expected “Perfection” in their players and when they screwed up… they got pulled and was given a tongue lashing and explained how to fix thier issue.
Those are the type of coaches we need now, not the happy good ole boy attitude currently of the offensive coaching staff. I have heard both the DC and Coach Kaufusi both rides their players when they make a mistake. that is why they only allowed one touchdown last night.
Let Kalani be the “Dad” to these players, while the Assistant coaches are the meanies expecting perfections…
Our O-line is pathetic, they either allow Tanner to get sacked or hurried. Especially the outside protection. I have heard from a reliable source that Empey does not play the best lineman, but who likes the best… Now take that for what it is worth…but think over the last couple of years just how bad the O line has been… Leads credence to the comment I heard.
Cahoon needs to light a fire under the WR’s. Teach them how to get separation, and catch the dam ball…
Detmer must change his views about Depth Charts(he does not have one, it is more situational)… there is a reason why every football team in the country has them. He also needs to adapt his plays to what Tanner can do… he says he is doing that, but Tanner looks confused and uncomfortable back there.
Just my frustration right now, I am fan, but I can not simply watch bad football… Which is what BYU offense is right now.
Welcome your thoughts and comments.