It’s a huge year for Dana Holgorsen in 2021, one that he must show improvement. Assuming a normal year with 12 games, eight wins needs to be the minimum goal. Clayton Tune will return to lead the offense, and his performance will be under a microscope the entire season. He’ll lose his top target in Marquez Stevenson and top rusher in Kyle Porter, but there are other players that can step up. The offensive line needs to be better for the offense to improve, and it feels like the defense will take a big leap in Joe Cauthen’s third year.
The author clearly doesn’t read this board. Tune has been under a microscope since he got here. So, really, like we’ve been saying, the focus needs to be the oline.
Every K and W quarterback was under a microscope and all of them excelled too. Many of them had bad o-lines as well.
I agree, Tune is not a good QB but it’s like beating a dead horse.
Top rusher averaged 60 yards per game this season and only had one 100 yard game vs FBS in his entire college career. Lets hope someone can step up to that level.
A less predictable offense would help dramatically.
Anything with option routes. Play calling doesn’t have to be innovative if we can get WRs to find soft spots in the zones. Ain’t air raid without it.
Its a coincidence. If Holgs played or recruited players based on what letter of the alphabet their last name started with, he would deserve firing and a possible mental health checkup.
Holgerson told Levi Williams that he would never see the field at UH because he was bringing in his own son.
Meanwhile at Wyoming, Williams is doing well while Holgerson rides the bench watching the starting qb throw interceptions.
And you know Levi personally? Way to cut down the two Holgys and Tune with one swipe!
Why don’t you call coach’s office and tell him about the K and W quarterbacks he should be recruiting since he only brought in one this year
How do you know this?
Williams himself said it.
Major Applewhite was fired as the head coach at Houston, and his replacement, Dana Holgorsen let it be known that Williams may have a scholarship, but he wasn’t going to have a role at Houston. Holgorsen’s son, Logan, five inches shorter and 40 pounds lighter, was going to be the freshman quarterback.
“It was hard,” admitted Williams, who calls Spring Branch, Tex., home. “It’s not easy going from knowing exactly where you’re going to go to not knowing at all. … (Holgorsen) basically said he didn’t see me as a fit in their program, and he was bringing in his son, who was a quarterback. So I decided that it wasn’t going to be the best fit for me.”
It’s amazing what you can find with a little research
Levi never said the reason he wouldn’t have a spot was because of Logan. He merely mentioned him being brought in. Fail
Oh really? Would love to hear more about this. Is it the 49% completion percentage, the 1 passing td in 6 games or the 2-4 record that stood out to you most?
Logan is not on scholarship.
First time I heard the “less predictable offense”, in recent history, was '15 when Applewhite was calling run up the middle, bubble screen, deep throw . . . . .
I didn’t like the run up to the line on 3rd and short and try to surprise them. It isn’t a frickin’’ surprise if you do it everytime. On the other hand, Greg Ward running that jet sweep with Farrow clearing the way was unstoppable!
Thank you. YOUR insight is terrific.
I agree. Half the time I get the impression UH can’t decide what offense it has?