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The Loochador Podcast: Uncomfortably numb to another A&M defeat

November 5, 2023
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Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M are now 10-11 over the last two seasons following a 38-35 defeat at Ole Miss on Saturday. In this edition of the Loochador Podcast, Billy Liucci and David Nuño react to another disappointment for the Maroon & White.

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The Loochador Podcast: Uncomfortably numb to another A&M defeat

16,590 Views | 16 Replies | Last: 8 mo ago by Loco84
fla_agfan
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I would trade Ole Miss coaching staffs right now. No questions asked.
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If it wasn't for bad luck we'd have no luck at all. The injuries stink, but it sure is easy to say you're "injured" when the program leadership sucks.

I am skeptical that all of the players actually want to win. We're in the NIL era, and I think Jimbo's "got paid, don't have to perform" mindset has rubbed off on a few of these guys.

25 years without a championship, and I'm sure we'll go out and find some retread NFL coach because some booster decided that he has the gold so he makes the rules, and we'll stare down 7-5 again each year.
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fla_agfan said:

I would trade Ole Miss coaching staffs right now. No questions asked.


Sad reality is I would take a lot of coaching staffs over ours right now. We'll see how the next few weeks play out but from this discussion sounds like it's going to be immensely challenging to buy him out and get a new coaching staff by next season.
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We are mediocre at best and I have enjoyed my Saturdays much more without Aggie football. I've checked this place out a few times since we played and really have nothing to say or add except I don't care anymore. Such underachievers and I'm surprised I or anyone would let their Saturday revolve around Aggie football. Not mad, upset, or disappointed anymore. It's expected now so time to move on with other things to do.
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TMF - if that's true, then bravo. I'd like to get there & I think I'm close. But I'd be lying if I say I wasn't disappointed at what's happening.
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I would take Jeff Traylor and his UTSA coaching staff.
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Winning is all that matters. Jimbo needs to go.
Papa Joe
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Jeff Traylor is a solid choice!
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SA-AG72 said:

I would take Jeff Traylor and his UTSA coaching staff.

He's 6-3 and didn't exactly trounce North Texas. Why him?
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TAMU74
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With all the injuries that we're experiencing this year and the past couple of years there has to be an underlying problem in the program.
Is it strength and conditioning?
Is it coaching?
Or is it just bad luck?
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TAMU74 said:

With all the injuries that we're experiencing this year and the past couple of years there has to be an underlying problem in the program.
Is it strength and conditioning?
Is it coaching?
Or is it just bad luck?

Injuries at the QB position are partly a result of Jimbo's offensive scheme. Outside of the QB position I would argue we don't experience any more injuries than other SEC teams.
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What he said.
JimAggie
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Loco84 said:

TAMU74 said:

With all the injuries that we're experiencing this year and the past couple of years there has to be an underlying problem in the program.
Is it strength and conditioning?
Is it coaching?
Or is it just bad luck?

Injuries at the QB position are partly a result of Jimbo's offensive scheme. Outside of the QB position I would argue we don't experience any more injuries than other SEC teams.
Injuries at the QB position are a direct result of not having an O-Line.

The Auburn defender came through full speed...unblocked...and hit Conner low.
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I call BS on the "one play better than us" line. Had we kicked the FG at the end, then they win in OT. We don't stop them because we couldn't. We didn't. If somehow we had not messed around so much and took an earlier lead, we still don't stop them going for the go ahead TD.
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JimAggie said:

Loco84 said:

TAMU74 said:

With all the injuries that we're experiencing this year and the past couple of years there has to be an underlying problem in the program.
Is it strength and conditioning?
Is it coaching?
Or is it just bad luck?

Injuries at the QB position are partly a result of Jimbo's offensive scheme. Outside of the QB position I would argue we don't experience any more injuries than other SEC teams.
Injuries at the QB position are a direct result of not having an O-Line.

The Auburn defender came through full speed...unblocked...and hit Conner low.
That's right our OL full of 4 Stars has just sucked for the last 3 years and has nothing to do with the offensive scheme and coaching they get on how to block and pass protect. Just like Jimbo saying today that PFF ratings are wrong. He said it so it must be true, right?
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