Cowboys fans have been bemoaning the defense (or lack of) this year. Certainly some improvement needs to be shown. Don't think that the Cowboys are the the only team with struggles this year. Let's a look a few other teams that have suffered some tough losses and disappointments.
Boise State has seen their high powered offense disappear in smoke. This has some Bronco fans wondering what type of panic is appropriate now. What if we could combine the Wyoming offense and the Boise State defense? Nasty.
People are back on the Bench Joe Southwick Bandwagon (standing room only), which is understandable considering he is the quarterback and second guessing kind of comes with the territory. That said, missing receivers on big plays, failing to engender trust in the red zone, and comically sliding short of first downs is not helping his cause.
The Washington State Cougar fans are on suicide watch after their loss to lowly Colorado at home on homecoming. Not every team is able to experience a quick turn around even when you hire a coach with a knack for high powered offenses and the legendary Mike Breske to run your defense.
The first reality is that we’re still at square one. We pretended for the past ten months that while it may not be the overnight change we’re watching at the Arizona schools and UCLA go through, we were going to be taking a step in the right direction. Last year’s poorly coached team won four games, so surely this season with its more favorable home schedule should be able to at least match that, right?
The local media is about to open up a can of whoop ass on Bob Stoops. The Sooners are off to rough start to 2012. After so many years of being on top, are they due for a crash?
As you've likely gathered, or soon will, the floodgates of criticism regarding Bob Stoops and the current state of this Oklahoma football program have been officially opened. Let us just say, we do not expect it to go well. This is a coach who has never had a particularly friendly relationship with the local media, so in that respect he has certainly done himself no favors for what he's about to face. Judging by what appeared in the local papers Sunday morning, following a disturbing loss to Kansas State, it's already begun.