Kyle Tucker's NC State post game article and interviews, click here.
Look halfway down, at the Stinespring interview portion.
Bryan admits that his 9th grade son called some of the red zone plays?
ON ALL THE TALK BEFORE THE GAME ABOUT TECH'S RED-ZONE ISSUES AND TENDENCY TO RUN ... THEN 3 TDS IN 3 RED-ZONE TRIES TODAY, TWO OF THEM PASSING: "You know, I wasn't even thinking about that until you guys said something to me Tuesday. We put in a whole new offense in the red zone. I actually brought my son Daniel. Somebody said a ninth-grader could do a better job in the red zone than you. So I brought Daniel down here and, heck, they were right. Wow. I go, 'What do you think?' He called it out. Boom, touchdown. He's out there still celebrating."
Well, to be clear, we here at FBS never said a ninth-grader could do a better job than Bryan. We said that a drunk monkey swinging in the rafters of Cassell Coliseum could shit down onto the basketball floor, covered with random plays spread out from our playbook, and we run whichever play gets the most shit splattered on it - could do a better job than Bryan.
A ninth-grader is a clear upgrade from the monkey situation, but we'll take it.
Now, 9th graders and monkeys aside - it was very much appreciated to see adjustments, changes away from our boring status quo. It sucks that it took a loss to a 1-AA school, and someone to do the research to find how exactly horribly predictable we've been in the red zone - but 2-0 in the ACC and 41-30 road wins are still sweet.
*Please note that no one affiliated with FBS researched Bryan's son's name or his age or grade level, and that no one associated with FBS brought young Daniel into the conversation. Bryan did.
*Please also note that the above is in no way comparing Daniel to a drunk monkey. Young Daniel is above both the monkey and his father in the food chain of offensive coordinatorship.
FBS Mission Statement:
We at FBS believe that offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring bears the largest share of the blame for years of sub-par output from some of the most talented players ever to set foot on Worsham Field. We believe the main objective of the VT football program - a national championship - will escape us as long as Stinespring is making the calls. We therefore advocate the improvement of our football program through the replacement of our offensive coordinator.