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    What Would Wally Do????

    When facing a team like Baylor.....

    Do you.......

    Scrap your Defense you played with against Uconn and Texas? Do you scheme up a zone that makes RG3 throw to a certain part of the field ( i.e.deny the sidelines make him throw to the middle)

    Do you send alot of Blitz's to throw off his timing.
    Do you lay back and drop 5 defensive backs until they commit to running

    I have been thinking of what Wally will come up with on Defense this weekend. Any thoughts? I guess he will scheme something up, he is a great D-coach, and has been around the block a time or two...does he have something up his sleeve.

    Hmmmmmmmm


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Blitz and Blitz often. Why not? You can't stop RGIII. You just have to hope he has a few key TO's. Make him try to force some throws and not let him make plays with his feet, but knowing Wally I don't think we will be blitzing much.


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    You pray to god to O stops shooting themselves in the foot so you at least have a chance to make a difference in the game!

    Then worry about all that stuff :)



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Probably right. But I think our Defense is going to be heavily relied upon on Saturday. ISU for some reason has sugar in the tank the first two quarters of football, and I think the Defense needs to win the first half of the game, and the offense the second half....just being realistic....we haven't came out all guns blazing since last years Texas Tech game.



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    I think if LJ is ok and can play, you let him go man-man and cheat the saftey over on whoever is on the other side. Everyone is picking on Reeves, who I like cause he plays hard, but he's no LJ on pass coverage. Have linebacker spy RGIII and have d-line play contain. Make they have 12 play drives on us to score. If our O has a good game, a whole game not a 2nd half, we win.



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Quote Originally Posted by InCytful View Post
    I think if LJ is ok and can play, you let him go man-man and cheat the saftey over on whoever is on the other side. Everyone is picking on Reeves, who I like cause he plays hard, but he's no LJ on pass coverage. Have linebacker spy RGIII and have d-line play contain. Make they have 12 play drives on us to score. If our O has a good game, a whole game not a 2nd half, we win.
    Good points....I haven't seen much of Baylor in depth, I saw snipets of the KState game and when Baylor overmatched Rice....It seemed they scored alot outside of the red zone, on bigger plays. Does anyone know what Baylors red zone stats are for the year?



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Leave the short middle open. Bring heat early and often with man on the outsides and help over the top. They want to go deep. Take that away and make him make decisions quick.


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Stick with the bend but don't break style. Make them have to drive down the field to get points (part of this falls on Kirby and the O with field position). Limiting big plays is key.



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    You pray that your gameplan isn't destroyed by the offense and special teams giving up several touchdowns?



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Quote Originally Posted by InCytful View Post
    I think if LJ is ok and can play, you let him go man-man and cheat the saftey over on whoever is on the other side. Everyone is picking on Reeves, who I like cause he plays hard, but he's no LJ on pass coverage. Have linebacker spy RGIII and have d-line play contain. Make sure they have 12 play drives on us to score. If our O has a good game, a whole game not a 2nd half, we win.
    That was my first thought too.


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    You hope RG3 is a little inaccurate on saturday for starters.

    The highlite reels will have you believe RG3 just chucks it deep a lot, but Baylor tests you with quick bubble screens and short range stuff. Good tackling is very important. Griffin doesn't run too much. He sets up in the pocket and looks to throw...really don't recall him looking to run a lot unless he gets flushed out. He can be sacked.

    I think its key that the lineman always get their hands up to try and deflect some of the screens and short stuff as they like to throw that a lot.

    Give up the short stuff and try their damnedest to not get bitten deep.


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUKyro View Post
    You pray to god to O stops shooting themselves in the foot so you at least have a chance to make a difference in the game!

    Then worry about all that stuff :)
    this...our defense will have a long night if our offense comes ready to play like they did against Texas..or UNI for that matter



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    call David koresh?



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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    RG3, I still think will make poor decisions. He can run, there is no doubt, but he doesn't want to. he wants to throw. I have a feeling Wally will try to disguise some things in the short to intermediate but in the end I think it will come down to how well we can man up on the outside. Containing Wright is huge. If he's open, he will catch it and he will score. Griffin throwing it accurately just seems like a given at this point. We have to have guys in the way. Here's to us knocking him of his Heisman perch.


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    Re: What Would Wally Do????

    He didn't respond that well to KSU's blitz. He looked much more likely to make a bad decision outside the pocket than in it. He made some stupid good plays in the pocket that game (there was a play reminsicient of the one in in Waco in '08 where he just blindly chucked it deep off his back foot on 4th down while getting lit up, and it was completed for a diving TD), but when he got out and threw on the run, the results weren't as good.


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