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Your team. All the time.
We're not even running a 3-4. At no time do we have 4 LBs in the game. Funny seeing that the secondary is the weakest area on our team
The mere thought that he could retain his job at 6-6 makes me nauseous. How can that line of thinking even be possible? We would be lucky to average 60k a game next year if he were brought back.
When has Chris Low ever said anything good about Tennessee football?? I mean really...
I don't think anybody expected Tennessee to win all those games. We should of won at least 1 of those games and beating up on inferior substandered teams is not something that we take a lot of pride in. It's not unreasonable to expect this team to beat a ranked team at least every couple of years. I know I'm being a little sarcastic but the point remains. We can't go o-fer against ranked teams and think it's okay when ticket prices don't go down.
I think Dooley has to do something miraculous to get another season, I'm not even sure it can happen.
Our first 3 home games next season are Austin Peay, Western KY, and South Alabama.
We could easily lose 5 million in revenue in the month of September next year if Dooley is still at the helm. I'm not sure how they measure revenue lost by failure to sell tickets, to those kinds of games, but it's not hard for me to imagine that it could very well be less costly to fire Dooley and pay the buyout than to retain him.
how much excitement is there gonna be next season if dooley is not fired compred to the start of this season. i mean are we gonna be any closer to beating any of the teams that we have lost to this yr.
GO BIG ORANGE!!!
GO BIG ORANGE!!!
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