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 Nick Saban 16-0 vs assistants Mucschamp the key is you must be aggressive to beat Alabama

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 Nick Saban 16-0 vs assistants Mucschamp the key is you must be aggressive to beat Alabama

Sept. 11, 2019

The stat that stands out is when Nick Saban faces a former assistant he is currently stands at 16-0 against those head coaches at their schools. Gamecock's Will Muschamp gets his third chance on Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium Saturday afternoon. should be a rowdy crowd on hand along with a nationally-televised audience on CBS. (VIEW ARTICLE)

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i heard his words and theyre correct but the question is will he follow them.  put us in similar situations or more advantageous situations to the unc game, say we're up 7 with 30 seconds left in the 2nd qtr and the ball at our 35 yard line while bama has 1 timeout, do we sit on the ball because hes playing not to lose like usual?

we know the players have to be aggressive/physical for us to stand a chance, but will he be just as aggressive in his decision making?

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1 hour ago, crowcutta said:

i heard his words and theyre correct but the question is will he follow them.  put us in similar situations or more advantageous situations to the unc game, say we're up 7 with 30 seconds left in the 2nd qtr and the ball at our 35 yard line while bama has 1 timeout, do we sit on the ball because hes playing not to lose like usual?

we know the players have to be aggressive/physical for us to stand a chance, but will he be just as aggressive in his decision making?

All of that is a fair and valid question.  But the other half of that question is, will all of the fans clamoring for more aggressive play give Muschamp a pass if we are up by 7 with 30 seconds left in the 2nd quarter and the ball at our 35 yard line and throw a pick 6 because of our new aggressive play?

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absolutely, that would be on the offense to not make a bad mistake, but id rather put the ball in the players hands and go for points rather than throwing a possession away before it starts.  its one thing if youre backed up on a 3rd down and you can run the clock out rather than potentially giving the opponent the ball near midfield with a chance to score.  if you dont trust your offense to put up points in a 2 minute situation before the half, how are you going to trust them in a 2 minute situation in the 4th?

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