Author: Dayne Thomas
Coach Prime is a “prime benchmark” for Mel Tucker!
Coach Prime vs Coach Tucker. You be the judge.
Mel Tucker stays the course and keeps his Offensive Coordinators…but why?
What do they say about doing the same thing over and over and expecting a better result?
Georgia’s Championship is stark reminder; Spartan Football is light years from the Promised Land.
Mel Tucker has steadfastly refused to change assistant coaches, which means he intends to “do the same thing” with “the same coaches” and expect a better result. That is not only the definition of “insanity”….it’s also crazy…
We were told Mel Tucker could recruit…but when will we see the results?
Mel Tucker’s breakout, 11-2 campaign in 2021 was done mostly with recruits acquired compliments of Mark Dantonio. Coach D left the shelves fairly well stocked because, forming the backdrop of an 11-2 season. After most of those players moved on, Mel Tucker quickly lost his footing.
Mel Tucker may not be the $95 Million answer.
We are discovering Mel Tucker may not be the coaching Guru we were led to believe.
If you want to fix Spartan Football then you need to fix the coaching staff
Mel Tucker is staying silent hoping to avoid scrutiny, but scrutiny will continue until MT proves he is capable of building a championship caliber organization, but is he up to the task?
Spartans fade, then fall at Penn State 35-16 and questions abound
Losing at Penn State was predictable, the only uncertainty was the final score. Yet, in the bigger picture, the 35-16 loss put a dubious exclamation mark on the Spartans 3-6 Big Ten record including the fact the Spartans finished tied for 10th Place with lowly Nebraska. So, let’s reprise the season.
Beyond humiliation: Spartans fall to Indiana 39-31
Michigan State yielded an eye glazing 32 points to Indiana after halftime and in so doing served up a 39-31 loss to Indiana on Senior Day at Spartan Stadium. There is no other way to describe it, it was a devastating and humiliating loss.
Spartans flirt with fire but beat Rutgers 27-21 to keep their bowl hopes alive!
The Spartans beat Rutgers 27-21 and kept alive their tenuous bowl hopes. But the question remains: Does Mel Tucker and his coaching staff have the wherewithal to compete with Michigan and Ohio State for the top echelon of the Big Ten, or is Spartan Football slowly descending into the abyss?
Spartans take down Illini with newfound efficiency
MSU took down #14 Illinois 23-15 last Saturday. But, can the Spartans sustain its newfound success and beat Rutgers and Indiana at home?