It's funny that when asked about off field incidents TK only focused on the misbehavior's of the players. Should the president of a University that was involved in such a large academic scandal really be talking to anyone about instituional control? Better question is why is the President doing an interview with a sports writer on the athletic department? Didn't he hire an athletic director? No other university president would talk publicly about a position coach like the Al Davis of college football did. Someone seriously needs to take away TK's talking privileges when it comes to sports, let him get his message out through his puppet of an AD Randy Spetman. But hey at least he didn't call Dawsey a dipshit right?
Friday, May 8, 2009
FSU president TK Wetherell is at it again. This time he decided to publicly rip receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey for lack of control. He said that Dawsey needed to go through a little bit of the Leonard Hamiltion school (So he wants him to teach the receivers to only play defense?) of coaching and needed to step it up. Now he does have a point in that somebody has go to take control of the receives, but how is it supposed to be Dawsey. I'm fairly certain Dawsey can't even wear certain shirts before having them approved by Jimbo Fisher. These are Jimbo's guys, Dawsey just works on technique with them after Jimbo tells him who he can sign. The institutional control has to come from either Jimbo or Bobby, Dawsey doesn't have the power to suspend players.
Monday, May 4, 2009
This week Von Wafer takes home the honors. Wafer played for Florida State in 2004 and 2005. With a 4-2 series victory the former 'Nole helped propel the Rockets to the second round of the playoffs to face his old team the Los Angeles Lakers. In those six games Wafer has averaged 17.8 minutes, 9.7 ppg, and shot 45% from three coming off the bench. Wafer played the majority of the series with a sore back, which he doesn't expect to affect him against LA tonight at 10:30.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
According to a Joe Schad Tweet (Twit? I know it's not Twat) Preston Parker is transferring to North Alabama. Parker was dismissed earlier this year for a DUI after he fell asleep at the McDonalds drive thru. Despite being kicked off Bobby's team Parker will be able to continue playing for a Bowden. Bobby's oldest son Terry took over North Alabama in January. Terry hired (Well he didn't really hire him since he is still being paid by FSU) his youngest brother and former FSU offensive coordinator Jeff at UNA. Jeff will work with the receivers so he and Parker will be very close. In their last season together at FSU, Parker lead the 'Noles it total yards 1,513 yards in Jeff's system. Parker should dominate the division II competiton and could bring a a D-II national title to North Alabam and salvage his NFL stock and perhaps propel Terry to a major D-I program.