One Frame At A Time: Cincinnati

One Frame At A Time: Cincinnati

Submitted by Ace on September 12th, 2017 at 3:00 PM

I JUST CAN'T LOOK / IT'S KILLING MEEEEEEE

AND TAAAAAKING CONNNNNTROOOOOOLLLLLL

JEALOUSY / TURNING SAINTS INTO THE SEA

SWIMMING THROUGH SICK LULLABIES

CHOKING ON YOUR AALLLLIBIS

BUT IT'S JUST THE PRIIIIIIICE I PAY

DESTINY IS CAAAAALLING ME

OPEN UP MY EEEEAAAAAAGER EYESSSSSSSSSS

I'M MR. BRIIIIIIIIIGHTSIDE

[Hit THE JUMP for much more from Mr. Winovich and the rest of the Cincinnati game in GIFs.]

Upon Further Review: Offense vs Florida

Upon Further Review: Offense vs Florida

Submitted by Brian on September 7th, 2017 at 2:13 PM

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FORMATION NOTES: uh i forgot to take clips just a sec

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There wasn't anything too weird except a few tackle over plays. There was an increase in WR snaps. Michigan averaged 2.1 WRs, 1.4 TEs, and 1.5 RBs per snap. Before the 22-personnel heavy fourth quarter Michigan had 2.3 WRs per snap.

PERSONNEL NOTES: QB was Speight with those two O'Korn drives. RB was Evans primarily, then Isaac, then Higdon, and that's it. FB seemed about evenly split between Poggi and Hill.

OL was Cole-Bredeson-Kugler-Onwenu-Ulizio the whole way except for one brief drive where Runyan replaced Onwenu.

WR was fairly diverse. Black, Crawford, and Perry led the way. DPJ, Ways, and McDoom got scattered snaps behind the starters. TE seemed split almost evenly between McKeon, Wheatley, Bunting, Gentry, and Eubanks. Those snaps are probably in descending order.

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