Video: Every snap on offense against Kentucky

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    Thought the offense looked very good. I remembered it as being that we sort of stopped moving the ball at the end, but when you look at it this way, we were really just eating a ton of clock.
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    I wonder why Murphy didnt throw it to Patton on the screen play it seems like everybody on the offense knew the play but the QB. I am talking about the play that was a long completion to Dunbar
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    after watching the plays like this its clear that Murphy played a near flawless game minus the one interception. However its also clear that after Murphy threw that interception the coaches decided to get really conservative.

    Can't argue because we were so dominant on both side of the ball.
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    Its a timing thing. You do that to let the guard clear on the pull.
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    Because the play was designed to goto Dunbar. If it was actually set up to be a screen pass then the 3 guys to the bottom would be aggressively blocking down field, not just trying to sell it.
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    Noticed the same thing on the play Burton fumbled on in the TN game. It seems like a bail option but we never seriously take it.

    May be something to watch for in one of the bigger games....
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    Great video....thanks for sharing!
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    That's the plan, anyways. Thanks for watching
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    Great video. Much better than ESPN coverage.

    There has been discussion about RT. Koehne played most of the 1st qtr and I thought he was ok. The only blocks I saw him look like he was whiffing looked like cut blocks. On one, I think he tried to cut, but Murphy didn't get rid of it and if I recall he got sacked there.

    Lots of blitzes and overloads to that side. Koehne seems oriented to help down to Halapaio as though he seem to expect someone else to pick up the blitz--but they don't. Of course Murph got rid of the ball quickly and there was no harm most of the time.

    Moore came in--reason unknown, although I thought Koehne was kind of awkwardly protecting a shoulder once. Maybe, maybe not. Moore clearly has better pass blocking technique on the outside than Koehne. Duh, he is a tackle. I think Koehne gets to the second level better--he is a pulling guard by trade.

    Anyway, I watched the right side as much as I could. I thought they were as credible as the left side and Humphrey.

    Clearly, UK was loading the box big time. It effected what the Gators could do--but not the result.

    Oh, and if Showers is back, there will be more backfield speed available. Would really like to see that diamond set up with Jones,a FB, and Showers; or even put Brown in for the FB. Let the defense chew that over.

    Again, great video. Love it.
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    I really like the Diamond formation...

    Ajagbe and Joyer....with Showers deep would be nice.

    Has Joyer even gotten a carry? He is a Grown man.

    Wish we could use him in a few Ace/one back sets.
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    Don't blame them a bit. First starts on the road can go downhill fast.

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