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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Win a playoff game.

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    Realistically though a conference championship would suffice.
    Good luck with that.




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    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Just taking the step of being a respectable team instead of the dumpster fire we’ve been the last few years. So anywhere from 4-6 wins which I think is very possible.

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Quote Originally Posted by dewey View Post
    To me a successful season is a semi-final appearance and a conference championship.

    National championships are dream seasons. We have a warped version of normal.

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    On paper anyway, this year's Bison should be a better team than this past season....its almost silly.
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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Not losing by 7+ touchdowns in the playoffs would be a nice start...

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Quote Originally Posted by BisonFan02 View Post
    On paper anyway, this year's Bison should be a better team than this past season....its almost silly.
    Is this a team that rivals 2013? Serious question? IMO, on paper, that defense should be better than 2013.

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    For Lehigh.....

    A legit 7-4/8-3 record because the defense rose to a respectable level. I doubt Lehigh 3-peats as PL Champs. Still, an 8-3 season given the Mountain Hawk's schedule would put them in the hunt for an at-large bid/Top 25 ranking.
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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheKingpin28 View Post
    Is this a team that rivals 2013? Serious question? IMO, on paper, that defense should be better than 2013.

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    I wouldn't go that far.....another random note though, that 2013 team played ALOT of football...and by the postseason, they were probably a half step slower than they were capable of. Health will be a factor.
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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Quote Originally Posted by BisonFan02 View Post
    I wouldn't go that far.....another random note though, that 2013 team played ALOT of football...and by the postseason, they were probably a half step slower than they were capable of. Health will be a factor.
    I just see Menard coming back and Cox becoming a candidate for Buchanan Player of the Year, while the CBs come back healthy with Bridges and Josh getting valuable championship game time. I just need football to start back up. Hell, I will settle for Spring Ball at this point.

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Two playoff wins. Is it going to happen? No, but I'm tired of watching this program spin it's wheels as it slips backwards.

    Oh, and in case it needs saying, beating Lafayette is a must.

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    Re: 2018-what would you consider a success?

    Quote Originally Posted by Serpentor View Post
    Not losing by 7+ touchdowns in the playoffs would be a nice start...

    Good luck with that

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