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SportPanic Meter: How Much Should These Struggling Proud Programs Be Worried?

19:35  11 september  2019
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But should you truly panic about these teams, as a fan or bettor? Yes and no. Any panic related to Nebraska should be rooted in the possibility that the Huskers no longer enjoy an advantage in areas most other programs didn’t take seriously (walk-ons, excellent strength/conditioning, great stadium)

So just how worried should Cubs fans be ? To answer that question, we’ll assign a number to determine how concerning the team’s struggles are in Normally one could assume with some degree of certainty that a team as talented as the Cubs could pull out of a tailspin like this , but with

After the 2017 season, four proud college football programs hired new head coaches. Tennessee fired Butch Jones and hired Jeremy Pruitt, the Alabama defensive coordinator. UCLA fired Jim Mora and hired offensive mastermind Chip Kelly. Florida State hired Willie Taggart, after Jimbo Fisher bolted for Texas A&M. And Nebraska hired Scott Frost, a native son, hoping the former Huskers quarterback would lead the program back to glory.

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Now those four coaches are all in their second year in charge, and all four have had rough starts to the 2019 season. We took stock of each situation and graded out, just how concerned each program should be.

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The question then is a simple one: Just how worried should Bears fans be about the team’s 2-3 start? In what will become a recurring series if the Bears continue to struggle (and maybe Unfortunately, injuries have really derailed things for the Bears, so we ’ re pretty worried on this side of the ball.

The Chicago Cubs finished off an imperfect road trip on Wednesday when they lost their sixth straight game, but how worried should fans be about the Some guys are having a massive struggle at the plate, including Anthony Rizzo, whose average is down an astounding 65 points from last season, and

1. Tennessee

Tennessee has been a wreck for the last decade now, save for a few nine-win seasons under Butch Jones. In 2017, Jones’s last year, the Volunteers went 4–8. In 2018, the first season under Jeremy Pruitt, they went 5–7. This year seems it’s more of the same. Tennessee is 0–2 for the first time since 1988, and those two losses are to Georgia State and BYU in double overtime.

What’s most concerning perhaps is how Tennessee lost those two games. The Volunteers looked unprepared for Georgia State and trailed by as much as 15 points in the fourth quarter. Then against BYU, Tennessee flinched when it mattered most, surrendering a 64-yard pass to set up a late game-tying field goal to send the game to overtime.

If Pruitt doesn’t turn around things quickly, Tennessee could be looking for another coach sooner rather than later.

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Share this on Twitter. Share All sharing options. DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry crumbled so much during the Cavs’ sweep of the Raptors that we almost forgot how bad Cleveland’s defense was during the regular But Cleveland struggled from 3 on the whole, missing 14 3s before one finally dropped.

How Much Should You Panic ? There are two correct answers here: lots and not at all, because the Angels needed a lot of things to go right if they were The worry for the Cubs should be stopping the bleeding: Prevent this five-game slide from spiraling out of control into something that knocks them

Concern level: 10/10


What happened to Chip Kelly’s offense? In 2018, his first year at UCLA, the Bruins went 3–9 and ranked 98th in scoring offense (24.6 points a game). This year, the Bruins have gone 0–2 against Cincinnati and San Diego State, and the offense appears to be even worse. Look at the numbers:

• Against Cincinnati: 218 total yards, 12 first downs, 14 points

• Against San Diego State: 261 total yards, 16 first downs, 14 points

UCLA still has four ranked teams and Stanford on its schedule. Seems as if Chip Kelly could be heading toward another really ugly season.

Concern level: 8/10

3. Florida State

Two games, two second-half meltdowns for Florida State. In the season opener, the Seminoles led Boise State 31–13 deep into the second quarter, only to surrender 23 unanswered points and lose. The next week, Florida State led Louisiana-Monroe 24–7 at halftime and eventually went to overtime, where the Seminoles won when the Warhawks missed an extra point.

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This group is a resilient one, full of veterans who have been through this rodeo before, but one has Crawford has let in a few soft goals here and there during this series, but for the most part, he has Fans should be concerned to a degree, but if any team in these playoffs has given fans reason for

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Florida State is lucky to be 1–1, but may not be as fortunate going forward. These second-half collapses seem to be symptoms of a larger issue, a lack of composure and discipline across the board, and that falls on the coach, Willie Taggart.

From 1976 to 2017, Florida State had two coaches: Bobby Bowden and Jimbo Fisher. Now in his second season, Taggart has a 6–8 record. We’ll see how much time Florida State gives him to turn things around.

Concern level: 6/10

4. Nebraska

Of these four teams, Nebraska had the highest aspirations this season. The Cornhuskers started at No. 24 in the AP poll, and it seemed that, after going 4–8 in 2018, Scott Frost might have Nebraska poised to make some noise in the Big Ten. Then the Huskers struggled against South Alabama (yet recovered to win) and lost in overtime to Colorado. The Buffaloes stormed from behind and outscored Nebraska 27–14 in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Nebraska still has a chance to right its season, mostly because it has a real talent at quarterback in Adrian Martinez, although he played a so-so game against South Alabama. It’s up to Frost, the former Huskers quarterback himself, to get more consistent play from his quarterback. Nebraska’s season may depend on it.

Concern level: 5/10

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