The sad thing is that these guys are more prepared to run a high-powered offense than Jeff Mullen and ol’ Billy Boy.
Just when we thought the offensive coaching had turned the corner, Mullen calls a game where even I, being half-drunk, could recognize any play coming. There was simply nothing original about the game plan, unless the plan was supposed to look completely inept. Then again, it’s not that original when you’ve been doing it all season.
The stats tell most of the story: four of twenty on third down and 98 total rushing yards. 98. That is the first time in seven years — SEVEN YEARS — that we failed to reach the 100 yard mark. Mullen deserves a pat on the back for that. Good job, buddy.