Why do we not spread it out all the time on offense
WE NEED MORE ATTITUDE ON OFFENSE
After playing TT and watching Missouri, their qbs have a lot of places they can toss the ball to. They have a wide open offense. We still struggle along at 15-20 points game and gradually lose to more points by the other team. UNI mixed it up pretty good. Kent State had some innovation
These teams take four or five plays and then score a touchdown similar to the Blythe 38 yarder.
WE ARE PROBABLY TOO CONSERVATIVE AT THIS POINT (Danlike)
We actually looked good with five receivers earlier in the year. We have not rolled out Bret much lately like earlier in the year. We have not faked very much which we could do under a spread offense. Basically, we have controlled the ball.
We are not really much of a running threat. How many runs have we made over 20 yards. Shades of Stevie.
We need to score points in each half and yetwe usually grind to a halt nera the twenty. We do not have a sure fire way to score touchdowns.
The season is half over, and we should try some novel formations like Missouri or TT. We will not be bable to run against Texas and Oklahoma.
Expect a Bates pass out of a run.
We only have been sacked six times. Yet our turnovers creep up perhaps because qwe have so many three yard plays than the other team - it is like turnovers have replaced sacks.
WE ARE GETTING BETTER
We need another six better players to make progress next year. We still think Bret can do more little things like selling handoffs and rehitching his pass that will improve this team. He is still our best qb, no doubt. He also has overthrown more balls than I expected as he has not lofted as many touch passes. I am still looking for some more screens like the big boys run. Marlon Lucky gets more yards receiving than rushing.r
And we need to practice 5 man vlocking on three rushers real bad. Poor Bret.
CFH HMagic bball season next year.
Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.
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