Didn't take very long for the coaches to stop TM from scrambling

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    for yards. What a difference for TM in his playing style from UT game to Mizzou game. Did he scramble for any yards past LOS today? Ton of roll outs, but nothing positive. They did the same thing to Driskel. Seems like our QB's regress with this staff. Out coaches are lost in so many phases of the games it's not even funny
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    Just like Jeff before him, TM's real asset is his running. I have no idea why the coaches handcuffed them both. Ridiculous. Do the A&M coaches tell Manziel not to run for fear of injury? It's bull.
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    It's blatantly obvious Muschamp is handcuffing he offense IMO. He is so conservative that it's killing our efficiency and creativity. And now our defense is beginning to crumble too
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    It really is amazing how they take out the best part of our team on offense. Did it to KT as well.
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    It's probably bc TM has a shoulder sprain an barely practiced this week.

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    Do his legs work?
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    I'm not too sure there was anywhere for TM to scramble today. The defense was on him so fast that he has absolutely no chance to get away. The O-line lost this game today.
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    No kidding, the idiocy on these threads is simply amazing.
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    Maybe, just maybe, they're trying to do their best to keep from having to go to the third string guy. Just a thought.

    BTW, didn't your wife have a baby yesterday? Don't you think you have better things to do besides bitch on a message board?
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    I'm sure their offensive strategy is to lose every game. Clearly, that is what THE up and coming coach in the country was looking to do when he was lured away from Texas to head up the Florida program. Brent Pease, of course, was sick and tired of racking up huge offensive stats and wanted to dial it down a bit and therefore selected Florida over Alabama when faced with that choice. I don't understand those "sunshine pumpers" who keep blaming injuries for lack of depth and experience. That's nonsense. It is obviously a coaching philosophy -- barely win every game and 'oops' sometimes it just doesn't work.
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    I thought most of Murphy's runs in the prior games came on improvisation when he sat in the pocket, felt pressure and moved out. He's had 0 time to sit in the pocket and has been dragged down as soon as he tries to take a step recently.

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