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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The Cracks are Starting to Show

Posted By on Tue, Nov 13, 2007 at 11:05 AM

Peyton Hillis has always seemed like a straight shooter, and I found this comment (with regard to reasons for the Hogs' poor showing in Knoxville) in today's Dem-Gaz particularly interesting:

“I mean, they’re D-I coaches and they get paid millions of dollars a year to figure out that stuff and [we ] hoped that they would,” Hillis said. “It’s also, if we run our plays to the effect that we can, there’s no way they can stop them and we didn’t do that tonight.”

It's pretty rare to here a college player, much less a star, call out the coaches like that. I wonder how many other players feel the same way?

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