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Slate clean: Fiu's a nut

At least, he's treading dangerously towards that territory.

Last week HP said from that point out, the slate was clean, everything thereafter was fair game as basis to evaluate the CFB punditry and chattering class.

This week's "Ask CFN" has several nutty QandA's.  We'll respond later today, but first we gotta get some sleep.  Damn Sunday nights.

Just read it and ruminate for a bit.

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Reader Comments (2)

We had to qualify their take on how many games UCLA should win next season:

June 27, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterNestor16
Stupid response to the last question. Randy Walker? The Randy Walker who is 4-7, 3-9, 6-7 and 6-6 in the last four years?

Whose spread offense had a big year in 2000 and then has tapered off ever since?

Why not state the obvious - it's Dan Hawkins.

I'm actually surprised Sonny Lubick wasn't mentioned. His name is always thrown into the mix when this question is asked, and while I think he's a good coach, it's a tired question because the answers have generally become so rote.
June 27, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterMichael

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