Stop using that analogy; it only makes you an uninformed parrot. I could see the correlation if there was a statue at QB, and RR still tried to use the read option, but that's not the case. Threet has proven he is somewhat mobile, and can make plays when he scrambles.Are there 6'4, 220lb "possession" WR's getting bubble screens? No. Is the blocking scheme different than it was last year ? Again, no.If square peg, round hole means a rag tag O-line, inexperience at skill positions, injuries, and a confluence of events that no one saw coming, please feel to use that term.It doesn't; so stop it.
Square peg, round hole.
Although I would like to see what a parrot looks like in a uniform, I think you're looking for uninformed.
Funny, but fixed. Appreciated.
Yeah I agree the "square peg, round hole" analysis is getting a little old. Especially since spread offenses have been installed at other schools with substantially fewer problems than what Michigan has had.
i'm starting to have the feeling thateven though we're an aciemic school, our player are just dumb.
You're kidding right? If not: COMMENT FAIL
The irony! It burns!
*slaps forehead really hard*
Whatever his problems might be, "just dumb" is not one of them.
You, gater, on the other hand....