Red Zone offense

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  1. Diesel350z

    Diesel350z Well-Known Member

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    is atrocious. We won't be winning games until we can start scoring in the red zone. And hopefully Muschamp gets on our guys about stupid penalties. They are just absolutely killing us and without some of the stupid penalties on Sat I think we could have won.

    Red Zone Offense -Ranked 114th
    Fewest Penalties Per Game- Ranked 112th
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  2. gatorr4life

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    And we've played the three worst SEC defenses & Toledo in 4 of our 6 games. Wow...just wow. Just really not fair to our defensive guys
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    The reason we suck so bad in the red zone is because no team fears us going up top. We are that Dink's and dunks down the field. Well when you get into the red zone and there isn't much field to work with its easy to shut that style of offense down. Load the box and cover the edges. I don't think I've even seen a fade route this year while in the red zone. Plus we seem to be very predictable in the red zone.
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    Muschamp has transformed us into Auburn 2005-2009. Good defense, can play anybody close. An offense so bad that we can lose to anybody.
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    you guys are foolish. the reason we went backwards in the red zone was clearly the blocking. it was pathetic. its not the gameplan. the gameplan got us into the red zone. murphy scrambling and making a couple key plays kept drives alive. poor guy had no time. anytime we attempted to take a shot, lsu was in the backfield before routes could develop. plain and simple. when the o-line plays that bad you have no chance regardless of gameplan
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    Wasn't TM 9of9 TDs in the red zone entering the lsu game.
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    Well, to be fair, that was against sub par defenses. (UT, UK and Arky.) Still, very impressive for a career back up. Not for long though (;
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    Still an improvement over last years team. See the ULL game

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