This posts already sounds sacriligeous. I mean how can one criticize God of all people! I mean he's not even a homo sapien, but rather the evolved and superior homo tedfordis.
But hear me out. I saw this post on BearInsider (which is about CGB's What worries you about Cal? post... holy circular links batman!). Naturally that post is a somewhat trollish post. But it does raise a valid question.
Is Tedford a good/excellent game-time coach?
And by game-time coach I don't mean his recruiting skills, his managerial skills, his motivational skills, or even his skills in improving players' skillsets. Rather I mean things such as correct usage of the game clock, time-outs, coach's challenges, half-time adjustments, etc.
Some examples are: Not telling Riley to throw the ball away during the OSU game in '07, not challenging the no-call on the Maryland safety, making adjustments during the Oregon '07 game during half-time leading to a comeback, etc.
Now I refuse to answer my own question because while I have turned into another die-hard Cal fan, I'm still a newbie when it comes to Cal and even football. I still don't understand all the Xs and Os of football. So that's why I'd like to hear some opinions from those here at CGB that do know their stuff.
How is Tedford as a game-time coach?
He's excellent (8 votes)
He's good (21 votes)
He's needs some improvement (11 votes)
He's terrible (2 votes)
42 total votes