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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by gulfgator, Oct 13, 2013.
This is muschamp's offense.-- pease just calls plays - there is no innovation in their scheme.
Remember when Pease was first brought in Muschamp said something to the effect of not changing the terminology that the players already learned? It sounded like a really strange thing to do. I wonder if thats still going on.
Obviously we are not using the same playbook.
But did this sound like a good idea to anyone? Just add it to the stack of highly questionable coaching moves on the offensive side of the ball.
It's Muschamp's offense. What you see is what you get. I really doubt Pease came here with an idea to run Matt Jones up the middle for 80% of the first half. I really doubt Brent Pease came here with the idea of running the ball the last 25 plays against LSU last year. If anyone thinks he did, I would like some of what you are smoking. At this point, why would any decent WR in high school want to come to Florida? I'm not sure they would be interested even if we somehow convinced SoS to become our OC as long as Will Muschamp wants to hold the ball for 40 minutes a game.
Which league is not a los league?
Right and based on what I saw yesterday, we got whipped on the LOS.
No Faith in Pease
Call this a bash thread if you like, makes no difference to me.
After the Charlie Burger fiasco, I was actually very exited about the hire of Pease and after the UT game last year I was ecstatic but folks I'm telling you right now, something has got to change.
I can sit here and type out a rant rambled paragraph full of reasons why our receivers don't run slants, timed route releases, fades, etc. It doesn't matter, use the eyeball test. It's year 2 for Pease and he has all the talent he's gonna get, a full stable of healthy O-lineman, stud RB's and 2 talented freshmen receivers. In my book there is no excuse for not being able to score an offensive touchdown on a defense like LSU's this year. It's not the player or execution imo.
Champ knew his success was tied with who he hired next and so far it looks like a bust. I love Champ but this is just not acceptable at Florida, much less any SEC caliber school to have an offense in the triple digits. I just don't think it's our kids, I think there is a major problem in the scheme. I would rather hire an NFL offensive guy like LSU but at this point I just want our kids put in a better position to win.
I understand we didn't play well enough on the O-Line to win today but I hope this is the jolt they need to open it. All I know is I can't be the only one who feels like this. I hope Pease finds his way but as for this Gator I'm officially off his band wagon.
Maybe it's the "Drop & Flop."
How about "The Run and Done"?
Or "the fun is gone"
I counted at least 6 times murphy threw on first down out of 17 first downs, not mentioning the sack he took on first down additionally murph ran a couple of times on first(flushed w/pressure). Its about a 60/40 mix or so.
Ahh. So Muschamp is, in fact, Stallings. Weird. Now that I think about it, I've never seen them in the same room together.
Will we see changes at mizzou ........ Hoping for personnel and schemes
Ha ha ha!!! MUCH better!
I think it was 17 of our first 21 first downs were designed runs. Someone pulled the play chart in a different thread. That is no balance and way too predictable. You have to mix it up a little more than that on first down. That's not 60-40.
That worked well with Charlie Cheeseburger ...
Team Stats FLA*LSU
First Downs. 17. 21
Total Plays. 68. 56
Total Yards 240. 327
Passing. 129 152
Rushing. 111. 175
Penalties. 8/72. 5/42
Possession. 34:11 25:49
6 out of 17 first downs were a pass play. He was also sacked on 1st while dropping back as well forced to scramble a couple times. No protection.
espn has it at 17 first downs to their 21. But not to mute your point. We can definitely mix it up more as you stated, I just posted that because I remember him throwing on first down during the first series, and thinking uh -oh here we go. Overall I thought the play calling was fine, all 3 backs avg good ypc, we didnt have any turn overs, I kinda think the atmosphere plus the pressure the oline gave up all night cause miscommunication amongst the WRs and qb, timing issues etc. I saw several opportunities for six if murph only had another sec or two.
No, that box indicates how many first downs your offense achieved. For instance, it is not counting the first downs that come from change of possession or following another team's score and ensuing kick off. If that makes sense.
So in our initial 21 first downs that the offense had, 17 were designed runs. The other four were three passes and a sack. At least that is what was reported on the other thread where they had the play by play up. That's a helluva lot of predictability.
Possibly, I just pulled up the live feed play by play and looked at every 1st down play. Either way it was just to show that other poster that we did actually pass on 1st down more so than normal.
Truthfully with the pressure our oline was giving up I dont know if being strapped with jet packs would have helped. We shore that up we may actually look impressive.