This L is on him. Shaw kicked his ass.
Yep, lots of bad coaching decisions in this game for my quacks by Cristobal. It is what it is....Oregon holds the best win over a non-conference opponent by the p12 in decades, but also is home to likely the worst QB in the p12 right now....
Cristobal will learn....and our QBs will only get better....or at least this duck can dream! 😐
@LA Duck just needs to let his Assistants take over in game shit. His clock management is horrible for sure.
Decades not even close.
@the909trojan You're not wrong, 909--he's struggled with clock management for years now....
How about Kiffin ... his team looked good lol
Chrystal Ball definitely fucked the dog on this one.
Unfortunately the big win by the Indians all but guarantees a UCLA loss to the Scum Devils. Don't ask me why, it's just part of the cosmic football universe.
Damn Waldo you called it. I thought you were just being a negative nancy
@BigBallss No, I had more than a feeling. I've seen this movie too many times. The defense hadn't really been tested yet.
The only encouraging thing is this is the real beginning of the end of Chip. There's always an outside chance the new AD will hire the right guy for the job, simply because the AD's name isn't Dan Guerrero.
@Waldorf no chance...they will not fire 7-Chin Chipper
first of all, Oregon didn’t milk the clock at the end and gave Stanford too much time. on the HC. 2nd of all, they gave up 30 yards of penalties on the last drive, that’s coaching, third of all Cristobal called 2 timeouts at the end when Stanford was out of time outs, inexplicably givng Shaw time to set up the win. Lastly, going to the prevent defense allowed Stanford to take advantage of the huge gaps in coverage underneath. That’s also coaching. Did you watch the game?
That is extremely misleading.
The time outs Oregon called were only after the clock got close to expiring. They let the time run down.
@BigBallss NOT so. Oregon let the clock run down and only then called the time outs on both occasions.
How did Shaw kick his ass? Game changed when Thibs was called for targeting and then Stanford's D stepped up in OT.