IMO thanks to the video footage from WolverineHistorian, it has me visualizing a special game from Michigan football. So why can't we see a double reverse? Or maybe a Denard pass to Daryl Stonum then back to Denard for a td! Just like Woodson to Griese! Clearly this team came close of recovering two on side kicks vs Wiscy. So my question is will we see a trick play from RR or an onside kick? Go Blue! (sorry been watching footage from '88 to '00 games)
What is more likely to be seen Saturday, an Onside Kick or a Trick Play?
How about a 3 and out?
Hail Ya! Mgrowold I love your spirit! A 3 and out from tOsu.
Would that warrant a beaver rubbing?
hope so. Nothing like a good beaver rub.
I'm guessing we'll see >1 of each. freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose.
WE BETTER THROW THE SINK AT THEM. THIS IS "THE GAME" AND WE CANT HOLD SHIT BACK. I HATE OHIO STATE.
Definitely a trick play. Something simple, double reverse, revers on a kick off, etc.
I feel like we haven't seen to many guys in motion pre-snap.
I'd be surprised if we don't see both at some point unless we're *gasp* winning the whole game.
A Michigan Victory.
Since we have seen many more onside kicks than trick plays, I'd bet on that.
However, since we have yet to really use a trick play does that make it more or less obvious that our last game is where you'll see us pull it out?
I don't care what we have to use to win as long as we win! I wanna see Pryor get DENARDED.
Will it finally be time to bust out the TFQO?
the Vest. Bank on it.
Can I place bets on that god awful sweater vest being seen?
would be a good chance of "trickeration". Or even Grady to Stonum reverse with pass to Denard!
Or that dude in the front row with head shaved and large nuts hanging from his neck. I dont want to talk about the cowboy.
WOW really could have done without that picture till saturday.
We have a 43.975% chance of seeing a trick play and a 41.473% chance of an OSK.
Of course, when I factor in that we will never trail in this game the chance of an OSK goes to 0.
Do we have to be trailing to attempt an onside kick?
I vote for that play where we score.
I vote for that play where they DON'T score. Now that would be very tricky.......
Out of curiousity, why doesn't RR run the speed option or any sort of load option? (And yes I've been playing too much NCAA 11)
is jack kennedy a trick play?
No but Tom Brady would be.
I hope to see a play in which we trick Pryor to throw the ball to one of our own players on defense. Actually, 4 or 5 of those trick plays would be awesome.
Pryor arm punts two or three times a game. The trick is having Ray Vinopal there to catch it.
Are you John from Detroit?
Tate to Denard, Denard to Tate, something like that!
How about we trick them with an on-side kick? Or we can get Gerg's stuffed toy to tackle Brutus?
Upon your Click, the video will skip ahead to the Trick Play we ran against UConn.
Barring injury, I'm fairly certain we will see Denard and Tate on the field at the same time in this game. I know that the team has practiced these types of plays during the season, but they never had the right timing to bring it out. This is the week.
Ball on M 1 yd line: Tate & Denard in the backfield, neither directly behind center. Trips to the short-side of the field, Tate takes snap, roll to short side, option to Denard, 99 yard bomb from Denard to 'Tree! I call it first!
What does RR have to lose? I am sure he unleash all he has in his arsenal, which won't be bland.
I would love to see RR come out in the second half with a bunch of new plays on offense, and some new looks on defense. Why the second half? Coaches usually spring surprises like that in the first half and it gives the opponent time to adjust.
As for onside kicks, I almost think RR should call all onside kicks and no punts or FG's unless the FG's are in the middle and within 25 yards. It would change the nature of the game if every series was in "four down territory."
At this point we should:
- never punt when beyond our 40
- never try a field goal
- onside kick every opportunity
Who's kidding who? We know what we can't do and so do they. Sacrifice no opportunity
Our trick plays that have been unsuccessful over the years should not have been attempted. Our onside kicks that were not recovered should have been kicked deep for the sake of field position.
and Bass in the wildcat agrees with you, but John Navarre wde receiver throwback against Minnesota strongly disagrees. Good topic for debate though.
combine them and do a TRICK ONSIDE KICK.
They'll never see it coming.
The enemy may be monitoring our internets. Don't show our hand.
How about that play where Billy Bob staggers down the field where he looks confused...