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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by akaijenkins1, Sep 7, 2013.
I'm not saying that you're wrong, but do you know this for sure?
Not just in South Florida, but the whole state. It's as if Boom thinks non-conference games are not important. Uh, they're ALL important. If they were just scrimmages we wouldn't have paid $85 per ticket.
I guarantee you if we handed the ball off to Jones on that 4th down play and didnt get it people would be whining why didnt we just sneak the ball with Driskel, he's 240 lbs, he can fall forward and get a yard. So easy to play the result. Driskel made a few really bad throws, though I'm not sure the last INT was his fault. The other turnovers were not his fault...Burton and Jones coughed it up, and Garcia blocked air on his blind side. I guess you gotta have someone to blame, that's human nature to point at one thing and say that is the reason we failed...unfortunately that's not fair and it's not even remotely the truth. Yesterday reminded me of the Ole Miss game in 2008, just a bunch of bad luck mixed in with some bad execution. Move on and move forward.
Doesn't do much good to mentally and physically beat your opponent unless you outscore them.
Excellent post, I couldn't agree more.
No, he didn't say that or any of there other things people are putting in quotes.
as he says with the Driskell avatar...
Except for the fact that he didn't do anything last year either. I don't think Driskel is as bad as people are saying, but let's be honest- he's not progressing. He's the same old driskel as last year. If not for our defense, we wouldn't have done squat. I'm just not impressed. Not yet anyway. The kid has talent, but he seems like a deer in the headlights. (at times)
I disagree. I bet if the offense and our coaches showed a little urgency getting to the line instead of standing there with their thumbs up their butts something good would of come of it.
That 4th down should of had a play already in mind, hurry to the line, catch Miami off guard. Whether handing it off, or QB sneak you can not give the other teams 2-3 minutes rest, and then call such a slow developing play.
Watched the interview... He has no clue about offense. He will blugeon his head beating it against a rock before he admits the O has to change and change dramatically. He is in denial.
Right because of course we had the exact personnel on the field on 3rd down that we needed on 4th and short right? This ain't Xbox. Secondly, they had to measure, difficult to catch them off guard.
FWIW, I was impressed with Bama's opening game. It looked like they constantly press with their offense.
Statements like this are what make boards such a difficult place for rational, intelligent fans looking for reasonable debate. The guy has dedicated his entire life to football, designed defenses that have consistently hammered the best offenses in the country for a decade, led his team to 11 regular season wins against the nations toughest schedule last season and yet he hasn't a clue. Moreover you have such hyper perceptive senses and such thorough knowledge for the game that you can proclaim Muschamp doesn't have a clue.
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He reminds me of Jake Locker early in his college career in that way. When Sark took over he was having Jake stay in the pocket and make his reads and it would look like Jake would just go into brain lock. He eventually got better with it and they opened up the run option for him and things eventually came together.
Uhhhhh it is called catching them off guard by switching up your already sh*tty offensive strategy, and hurrying up with a sneak. Of course like you said this isn't Xbox, it is easier for fans like you that got your football fix on a gaming system rather than actually playing to know right?
Maybe we shouldn't have been running up the middle. There wasn't a lot going on with the playbook from my observations.
On JD's late INT I noticed our WR routes put a DB right behind our WR to make the play. I realize our receiver wasn't looking for the ball when it got to him but it still put him in between two miami players. Did not seem like a good play design to me.
I was wondering why we weren't running to the outside more, it seemed like when we did it was open more.
And yes that play call was.....
Bad design or bad execution ... didn't look right for sure.