I've been thinking about this a bit. I recall one play where an ND player hit DRob after a pass with his hands to Denard's face.
I wonder now if the refs will be tempted to protect Denard a bit more with his rise to national prominence, or will they consider him a virtual running back and an open target?
Without the benefit of a spring camp, Denard Robinson was clearly not ready to play QB, but for his ridiculous speed and running threat.
As there is only so much time in the coaches' day during fall camp and during the season, and the coaches' need to focus on the current season, I'm guessing that Denard didn't get the level of tutelage that he'll be receiving this off season.
Other than the 15 days of spring camp, what is allowed as to watching film with the coaches, etc. to increase Denard's on field awareness. (Tate also needs this badly, but just an order-of-magnitude less than DRob. It seems to me that there might be some low hanging fruit with DRob if the coaches are allowed to devote the time to him.)
Perhaps Nick Sheridan has a role to play here. (Coaching, not playing, in a do-as-I-say-type role.)
Ive been soo tired of Drob being the scopegoat for all the bitches that comment on this board....talk now bitches. Oh and i dont give a dam about your point system either. Bitches!
In a weekend filled with an unbelievable amount of incredible plays, including about 5 from the ridiculous Giants' Brewers game, Denard's TD run was #10 in Sportscenter's top 10. My personal favorite was Koger's amazing yet meaningless one-handed catch in the 4th quarter, but Denard's will do.
Baylor's trick play TD against Wake Forest at #9
John Senden's double eagle
Toledo WR escaping 3 Purdue tacklers en route to TD
2nd baseman or SS stopping ball behind 2nd base and throwing batter out at first from the ground
Sandoval's incredible full-extension catch in LF in Giants-Brewers at #3. I know this post is full of hyperbole, but that could possibly be one of the most amazing catches in baseball that I have ever seen, no exaggeration. Seriously.
Triple play from Giants-Brewers at #1
Notable plays left out:
Dez Bryant's sexy diving catch TD
Dustin Pedroia's over-the-shoulder catch + throw to 2nd base for double play on Sunday
About 15 other plays from Giants-Brewers