I can sense it. Bubble screen.
the season has truly begun now
Denard keep to the left
up the middle for Fitz
EDIT: Rawls. At least sit Fitz for the first series, fergodsakes!
to Devin Gardner,,,,,,Al Borges is our offensive coordinator in his 2nd year, not Debored...(mispelling intentional)....
I see what you did there in explaining what you did there.
Double reverse pass with Gardner coming over from wr to take the pitch and throw it down field to a wide open Drew Dileo. Raback it.
I agree with the double pass but I think the second pass will come from Gardner to Denard who will be streaking wide open on a wheel route.
Then Borges will have security remove Mike DeBord from the Cowboys OC box
I'm here, I'm here. Do you need help escorting DeBord out of the building? If so, I'll need a plane ticket to Dallas.
A play action fake to the RB (Fitz/Rawls) then a post pattern to Gardner.
I-form. Run left.
Wait a second, what year is it?
If so I will eat a lemon and post it on the board.
fumbled snap Denard takes it for 6..
This is the most realistic thought in this thread.
"Broken plays are very dangerous...look at that speed! SEE YA!"
Throwback screen to Smith.
Either that or Denard bounces it into Smith with 3 linemen in front with no one to block
We do things here my way!
Maybe. I hear Mississippi Valley State is averaging 40 pts. a game with that offense.
Give me a break! Oopty oop! Give me a fuckin' break!
Wait... Lloyd Carr is no longer the coach.
Play action waggle, complete for 3, receiver gets leveled.
Denard out of the gun. Zone read with Fitz. Denard keeping. Taking a couple strides to the edge, pulling up and hitting Gallon in the slot over the top of the safeties crashing down on the run. 6. Shabam.
Shotgun with U Back. Denard follows the blocks right.
Bomb to Tree, in stride.
you meant to Devin, in stride. our new weapon. first of his 3 TD's on the day.
Shot gun play action, quick slant to Gallon who cuts up field for 8-12 yards.
Way to be positive
... and decisive.
the first 3 plays
1. Rawls on a handoff (+1)
2. gardner on a post route ....denard rolling out of the pocket (incomplete)
3. Bubble screen to v smith for (+9) (First Down !!!!)
Lets have a competition on who predicts the first 3 plays the closest..
the winner gets a free pic of borges in a heisman pose !(with - yeah ...uhhuh...uhhuh music in the background )
The first drive would be a 3-reciever 2-back set out of the shotgun with Smith and Hopkins in; no-huddle hurry-up pass spread similar to the "NASCAR" thing we ran against Iowa last year. The first play would obviously be a play-action quick-slant to Gallon for about 5. Obviously we'd still mix in some draws and Zone-reads, but the main focus would be putting the secondary on their heals a bit.
Once the drive approaches red zone (30-40 yards on Bama's side of the field) it's time to bust out the good ol' QB "oh noes" and grab a touchdown.
The next drive would see our offense resume a more "normal" game plan establishing the run and going back to the huddle between plays. I'd just want to throw Bama' off their game early.
The Annexation of Puerto Rico.
Something safe I'm sure, don't want to be 2nd and 10 too much against that D. The first series or two will probably be scripted ahead of time.
"The Annexation of Puerto Rico"
I was expecting a lot of things in this thread ... but not that. :-)
Dennis Norfleet taking the opening kickoff to the house.
Borges comes out guns blazing. Denard throws the deep ball to Roundtree first play.
QB oh-no to Gardner
I second this. I think we're going to come out swinging on the first play.
But QB Oh-noes kinda needs to be set up with some earlier power running. I'm going with a Denard one-step into the line with a tiny flutter pass right over the collapsing in contain defense's head, Ala Illinois 2010. Pass will go to Roundtree, who will demonstrate that his knee is just fine in outrunning the entire D to the endzone.
Glanda out wide catches the first pass for 15 yards
but your MGoUserName says it all.
If Fitz starts, play action slant to Roundtree for around 15 yards
If Rawls starts, straight up the middle