Posted by treyomo on 12/5/2012 9:09:00 AM (view original):
As a Badger fan, I would put a word of caution out there to Razorback fans expecting great things. Bielema is a very good recruiter, but his game plans and game management are questionable. The Badgers have lost a lot of close games and struggled in bowl games. Don't let the Nebraska game fool you - when the Badgers face a strong opponent, they have struggled, and we haven't seen a history of successful second half adjustments. They lost 3 consecutive OT games this season and are 2-4 in bowls. The Razorbacks will get talent, but not sure if that will translate to stepping up to the elite of the SEC.
Also -- make sure you hire a driver for this guy --- he actually had 2 apartments in Madison, one on each side of town, so he wasn't too far away after the bars. Barry made him get rid of one.
Also -- do Razorback fans like to see their head coach at supporter luncheons/dinners...guess what...Barry had to eliminate that from Brett's duties because he gets falling down drunk at these types of events
Also -- does Arkansas have a women's volleyball team? If so, Brett likes them tall and somewhat larger (not fat). He's been plowing one from last season's team for awhile (after he got engaged).
Also -- The reason he's a sh*tty gameday coach - especially on the road - is that the most important "equipment" being packed by the student manager is a rolling box full of cases of liquor (each coach is required to place an order). Friday evening they hide out in the hotel and get absolutely blotto. Prove? Have you EVER seen Brett on the sideline without sunglasses during a road game that starts prior to 7pm?
Finally -- How many special team f-ups will Arkansas have this season? School records will be shattered...Brett "specializes" in Special Teams --- using spread formations on punts and fg...which work with plodding athletes --- in the SEC (or for that matter Ohio State & Michigan State) the opposition's players will crush these gimmicks.
Have fun in Florida for the Capital One or Chic-a-Fik bowls.