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|11 weeks 5 days ago||ASU Primer||
Does anyone have an overview of the type of offense (IE personal groups and style) and defensive system that ASU uses? I know Tulsa/Rice were more Air Raid/Spread but has Graham shown fexibility to be multiple on offense based upon personal?
|17 weeks 2 days ago||Josh McDaniels||
I'm surprised this name hasn't come up more. Young guy who I think would kill it in recruiting and has a great coaching pedigree.
|24 weeks 3 days ago||Zone Blocking||
Seems like the most athletic group of OL we have which would lend itself well to the zone blocking scheme.
|41 weeks 6 days ago||SAM LB||
Have to think that based upon his HS tape he might have been a good fit for the Over SAM LB position. Regardless, wish him the best.
|1 year 3 days ago||Agree on Curling||
Last Winter Olympics I was still an undergrad and my roommates and I spent a surprising amount of time watching curling.
|1 year 11 weeks ago||Agreed||
Watching Oregon vs Stanford right now is a great testament to having a "non-innovative" offense. Ironically enough they are also using multiple offensive lineman in many of their playsets; however, they are mindful enough to put them in eligible receiver numbers. Stanford's greatest strengths - physicality and fundamentals are likely our primary deficiencies unfortunately which makes it depressing to watch.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||All joking aside, assuming||
All joking aside, assuming they find a reputable head coach, BC wouldn't be a terrible idea. Purdue to the ACC for BC and visitation rights to Danny Hope's mustache.