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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by ncbullgator, Oct 12, 2013.
Because it doesn't look like it and never has, even with Driskel.
Are the receivers that bad?
Of course we do. Our receivers are the best in the SEC. Our tight end will be a first-round pick. We march up and down the field.
Problem is, that's only in practice.
i don't know, i don't go the practices because no one is allowed. but i would suggest that they do practice those things. but its hard to do when the pocket collapses in your face in less than 2 seconds. the O-line needs to step there game up today was pathetic
For starters, of course they do. But you have to remember this is a quarterback that has been on the bench for three years. You don't create chemistry/timing over night. It will come, eventually. I hope!
We run it 75% of the time in the games. I would imagine that 75% of positional meetings and practice time are dedicated to the running game.
Of course with this coaching staff who the hell knows what the offense does at practice. The 1st team O may be used to run scout team to prepare the defense all damn day.
haha. this is funny. you don't think they practice throwing the ball?
Timing was definitely an issue with the freshmen receivers, probably why they don't get thrown to that much.
Sadly, it doesn't seem that far fetched.
The passing game is more than just throwing - it's also about protection. Because 75% of our gameplan is run, our run block schemes have to be more sophisticated, therefor one would think more time is dedicated to this. Our pass block scheme is more simplified, but easier for a defense to exploit.
I would imagine that our QB and wide receivers throw and catch, but because our offense has no balance, our passing game still suffers due to blown protections.
im sure they practice it. its foolish for you to claim that they don't. very far fetched. the o-line is awful awful awful. they have not developed at all.
The question isn't do we practice timing throws, but do we actually practice.
One of Florida's assistant coaches under Spurrier used to say: "What gets practiced, gets perfected."
When you went to one of Florida's practices under Spurrier, they threw the ball ... and threw the ball ... and then threw the ball some more.
They coached up the receivers ... so many steps ... cut at this angle ...
They coached up the QBs ... read the defensive coverage pre-snap ... if the defense is in this coverage, go here with the ball ... if the defense is in this other coverage, go there with the ball ... so many steps back from center ... hold the ball this way ... watch the safety ... when the receiver hits this spot, you throw, he's going to cut, and the ball will be there... timing, timing, timing ... over and over and over ...
It's obvious we don't do that under this coaching staff. There were some receivers open on routes ... plays that could have been completed passes. And on many plays, our receivers were not looking for the ball. It's not an accident. If we're no good at knowing what to do, when to cut, when we're the hot receiver, and timing, it's because we don't perfect them enough to have perfected them.
And if we don't practice them enough it's because our coach doesn't think that's how you win football games.
Yeah I'm sure you're right. I forgot we have such a successful and accomplished offensive staff, and that our head coach is so dedicated to perfecting a serviceable passing game and a balanced offensive attack. How silly of me to think that a team that never throws down-field in a game would do so in practice.
By the way, I addressed the O-line issue in my post, so read it again and if you still can't comprehend what I wrote, I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have
ok question. how in the world are they supposed to pass with that offensive line. its all on the line. they need alot of work. we agree here. i don't see why your getting pissy man ha. so one more time... we can't throw the ball if we can't block. plain and simple.
Next year Murphy should be more comfortable with the receivers
Here's a question for everyone. Let's say Tyler continues playing the way he is. Jeff heals up and in the Spring shows he is a better practice player. Does he start over Tyler? The coaches seem to prefer practice players.
They should play who they think is better. From what I have seen so far the competition should be open just like all of the positions
Until we fix this putrid o-line it really is irrelevant who plays QB. This has to be Muschamp's #1 priority; they are absolutely horrible right now.
No way the oline looks worse next year. It isn't even conceivable. Just graduate the seniors.
Many, myself included, said this last year as well...We thought 'just wait 'till Nixon graduates and Moore and Garcia come ready to play'....how is that working out for us? We have Nixon II at left tackle while Garcia, Moore and Halapio seem to whiff on every other block.