What Nolan Might Say

Oct 14, 2008 at 10:07 PM

This just in from the forums. LamdaChi49 had one funny response to someone requesting the content of Nolan's radio appearance on 1077 The Bone.

"We did some good things. I'm not going to make any changes. Its all execution. We can draw up all the trick plays but the players have to execute. JTO's QBing is the best I've seen in 4 years here. Its all about winning, we just need to win. Vernon is a great blocker. He's got to get open more before we throw the ball to him. Everyone wants the ball. Gore's getting enough touches, he's just gotta make the most of them. I challenge plays to shift momentum as I see fit. I would describe our defense as a 'Big Sub 3-4-4-3 Hybrid Nickel Prevent Super Defense.' We're in good shape. Just gotta execute at the end of the day. I'm gonna watch some more film and we'll be ready on Sunday. No more questions."

The worst part? It's not too far off from what Nolan says at nearly every press conference.

"I would describe our defense as a 'Big Sub 3-4-4-3 Hybrid Nickel Prevent Super Defense." Ha!
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1 Comment

  • Blade
    man this team sux, we replace the mooch for dennis erickson then this dumb butt!!!I can't believe what this team has fallen to, we arent even competitive, our deff cant stop a highschool team, and nolan is still here i'm becoming embarressed to call myself a niners fan we need a PROVEN coach not a possibility, college coaches dont work neither do subpar deff coaches, that take credit for someone elses D
    Oct 15, 2008 at 7:06 PM

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