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  1. 2017 Hoosiers

    Agreed, that "edge" is very important for any program to be successful. I think for an outsider, Wilson worked the state and after a few years got that "edge". Bringing in top talent from the state ?every year he was here. And was smart enough to bring in the "Home Boy" coach Allen. So yea ,now the big thing now is , to get Indiana school boys to buy into the Hoosiers new offense. And the "O" coaches.
  2. 2017 Hoosiers

    So we traded one coordinator for another, right? And it will continue ,for Indiana Football ,until they can pony up for a real head coach. In the mean time getting Hoeppner was a once in a million chance for a program like Indiana's.
  3. 2017 Hoosiers

    A big part of Wilsons years at Indiana was trying to convince Fred Glass to pony up the dollars to keep a decent D coordinator. If you will recall 2 of his picks flew the coop, for better pay and programs. Finally breaking through and landing Allen. Wilson is a wonder boy to be able to put Indiana in position it is in now, no two ways about it. Coordinator , head coach what ever you want to call him he was getting the job done. Allen has the same tags, coordinator/head coach, I will be happy if he improves the program as much as Wilson did. He has the same unknowns as Wilson when he was hired ,but starting with a hell of a lot more momentum and talent. I don't know how anyone can just discount what Wilson did for Indiana football. That being in the past I'm all in with Allen. I again ,hope he can continue the upward spiral of the program. So far he is holding his own.
  4. 2017 Hoosiers

    I liked the way Coach Wilson brought in Zander in certain situations. And would sometimes have him go deep with the ball, further getting into The defenses head. And I think if he were at the helm, he would have some play sets for Legow to loosen the D. I am not trashing anyone either. But I tend to believe that Wilson wouldn't allow the Michigan defense to load up on his offense, no mater who was in there atQB. Just a thought.
  5. 2017 Hoosiers

    I agree with this. Now, I also have Trojan stating the same thing I said last week about Ramsey. Indiana had a QB last year , that complemented Legow, and it was somewhat successful. He also didn't have the arm to consistently go deep if needed. This makes it easy for the good defenses in the league. To get better Indiana has to have that option in a QB/ Not to say Legow is the savior here. Far from it. But if Indiana wants to get its running game in gear, They need the threat of a deep thrower to clear out for the running backs. Not here saying Ramsey is bad, but he is not going to get Indiana where they want to be.
  6. Class 6A-2017

    This. But Homestead could be a decent rep from the Fort, if they eliminate R. Nelson. The Summit City is alive recently, with good football. Including the burbs, Grable , Leo, and the dogs of New Haven.
  7. 2017 Hoosiers

    Sure looked that way to me also. The real issue here is the win didn't come, no matter what. Lets face facts, a win over the Wolverines after 30 years would have been a sweet deal. But looking at Michigan the last 3 games, starting with Purdue, they look like a mediocre team at best. Michigan will go on and get a bowl bid and probably an upper echelon one at that, no matter if they are good or not. So still an issue with the Indiana crew ,they cant beat a middle of the road Big team. Knocking on the door the last few years, but no cigar.
  8. How bout them T-Birds of eastern Greene county!
  9. Kevin Wilson

    My enthusiasm for the Hoosiers is waning, with every game this season. Hope they show Saturday. We're are in the transition mode this year. So I go back ,to the old high optimism for new crew of coaches, to here we go again with mediocrity and no chance in hell for a win. I was just getting used to the feeling that every game we had a chance, with a play here or a 1st down there ,we may have won. I get the feel at the games, that the Indians are already getting restless. Yea back to the normal for Indiana football.
  10. 2017 Boilermaker Football

    I'm not feelin it for the game at Wisky, I'm hoping for a good game, but most of all no serious injuries for the Boilers to go forward. Roster is thin enough.
  11. 2017 Hoosiers

    If you cant spread the D and go deep, Michigan, Wisconsin and even Michigan state defenses will have a heyday with Indiana's offense. That is what this new schemed offense lacks, the deep threat. So with that said , I am not a believer in Ramsey running a big ten team offense, and getting Hoosiers to the next level. The options are limited for the Indiana offense. Until they land a real quarterback, it may be imperative to go back to the way Wilson did last year. Put two Schemes in to the planning, one for Ramsey and one for Legow.
  12. Kevin Wilson

    Sure wish Kevin was back with the Hoosiers. Indiana offense anemic. Allen - Wilson coached team would rock the big ten. I don't see good things with the current Hoosier staff
  13. 2017 Boilermaker Football

    How bout them Boilers!
  14. I say there is a new heavy favorite in town. And thank you for the comment tho.
  15. Ok, you already picked the winner. Guess no need to play then