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Plyler's Blog: Friday Email Bag

Posted: Mar 11, 2016 9:16 AM

Friday Email Bag

Friday Email Bag
Each Friday I publish your comments and answer your questions. To submit a comment or questions please email me at mickeyplyler@hotmail.com.


This has to be one of the worst losses we have ever had and the coaching was horrible. I don't know the answer

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Agree with your replies, thanks Mickey***

Posted: Mar 11, 2016 2:59 PM


Fixing Special Teams

Posted: Mar 11, 2016 6:21 PM

I'm happy to hear the opinion that Dabo will get the Special Teams ineptitude fixed. You have to congratulate him for waiting five years and it costing CU the Natty before he got around to it...how could he be so blind/dense/??? Everybody else could see it for years! This does not square with all the good that he has done--what am I missing? Did he think that wishing and hoping would get it done?!

Re: Plyler's Blog: Friday Email Bag

Posted: Mar 14, 2016 4:19 PM

Brad Brownell has failed in his job after 6 years and that's the bottom line. Now, he's relying on transfers which is not a good way to build a program. Some of his coaching reflects poor fundamentals(too many threes)for example. He doesn't seem to generate any enthusiasm on the sideline and when the game is at the critical stage, he finds a way to loose the close one- almost every time. Clemson has shown unparalleled commitment financially to the 3 major programs in recent years. It's now time to pursue an accomplished coach and start thinking big as we have in football and baseball. For those Clemson fans who think we cannot have BIG TIME basketball at Clemson at the same level as some others- well, that's exactly the kind of thinking that keeps you accepting mediocrity and just muddling along. We've seen amazing things happening at Clemson-academically and athletically- in the last few years due to tremendous leadership and the sky is the limit. We need to approach the basketball program with the same "can-do" attitude. Lee Manatis-'67


how long does it take to pray for all the people on the

Posted: Mar 14, 2016 4:28 PM

prayer list. Can you just pray once for all the people on the list or do you have to do it individually. Is there a ranking system used or does good stuff happen to everyone on the list?

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