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    Depth Chart

    Did anyone see that Hammerschmit fell behind Howard in the depth chart after the horrible hit you in the hands, tip int.... Very annoying play with Hammer in a great position to make a play.... IMO Brun will become the man here as the year goes on....


    Also does anyone think we left out all the RS-Fresh for a reason??? I am thinking we see more Bundrage and Daniels and maybe Nealy in the game in IC.....


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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by jburke View Post
    Did anyone see that Hammerschmit fell behind Howard in the depth chart after the horrible hit you in the hands, tip int.... Very annoying play with Hammer in a great position to make a play.... IMO Brun will become the man here as the year goes on....


    Also does anyone think we left out all the RS-Fresh for a reason??? I am thinking we see more Bundrage and Daniels and maybe Nealy i the game in IC.....
    Bundrage played on special teams. Good way to get a feel for the game.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by jburke View Post
    Did anyone see that Hammerschmit fell behind Howard in the depth chart after the horrible hit you in the hands, tip int.... Very annoying play with Hammer in a great position to make a play....
    He was already behind Howard going into the game. Howard has listed at #1 for Tulsa, as well.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Actually, Hammerschmit has always been behind Howard. The TE depth chart didn't change. I will say that when a 6-6 TE has to jump to catch a ball and it's still too high for him to get both hands cleanly on the ball, the pass had to be pretty high. Yes, he tipped it but from what I saw on replay, the DB would have picked it even if he Hammer didn't touch it.



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    I didn't really think it was a catchable ball, looked to me that he got up in the air as high as he could. I counted 2 passes like that, luckily no one from Tulsa was close to the other one. Steele had a tendency to let a couple get away from him last year too. Other than that he was really really good.


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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by FootballinTexas View Post
    Actually, Hammerschmit has always been behind Howard. The TE depth chart didn't change. I will say that when a 6-6 TE has to jump to catch a ball and it's still too high for him to get both hands cleanly on the ball, the pass had to be pretty high. Yes, he tipped it but from what I saw on replay, the DB would have picked it even if he Hammer didn't touch it.
    I was always under the impression as a receiver if you touch the ball you catch it.... Not saying it was not a little out of reach and it would have taken a great catch, but it did hit him in the hand.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by FootballinTexas View Post
    Actually, Hammerschmit has always been behind Howard. The TE depth chart didn't change. I will say that when a 6-6 TE has to jump to catch a ball and it's still too high for him to get both hands cleanly on the ball, the pass had to be pretty high. Yes, he tipped it but from what I saw on replay, the DB would have picked it even if he Hammer didn't touch it.
    But he DID touch it, that's the problem. It was a poorly thrown ball and it's never OK to miss high over the middle, but Hammer also made one of the more unathletic attempts you'll see all season from a Big 12 TE.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by jburke View Post
    Did anyone see that Hammerschmit fell behind Howard in the depth chart after the horrible hit you in the hands, tip int.... Very annoying play with Hammer in a great position to make a play.... IMO Brun will become the man here as the year goes on....


    Also does anyone think we left out all the RS-Fresh for a reason??? I am thinking we see more Bundrage and Daniels and maybe Nealy in the game in IC.....
    Ahh SCHMIT!! No Schmit! Sorry bad attempt at humor.


    So Nealy didn't play? I didn't remember seeing him, but I could have missed that.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by jburke View Post
    I was always under the impression as a receiver if you touch the ball you catch it.... Not saying it was not a little out of reach and it would have taken a great catch, but it did hit him in the hand.
    Would you ask a receiver to try and gauge how high a ball is and if it appears too high, make no attempt? In the heat of action, that's too much to think about. If he doesn't try to catch that ball and the DB picks it, we're ripping his *** this morning for not trying.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman38 View Post
    I didn't really think it was a catchable ball, looked to me that he got up in the air as high as he could. I counted 2 passes like that, luckily no one from Tulsa was close to the other one. Steele had a tendency to let a couple get away from him last year too. Other than that he was really really good.
    I totally agree. Outside of those two passes, I thought he played a very good game.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by FootballinTexas View Post
    Actually, Hammerschmit has always been behind Howard. The TE depth chart didn't change. I will say that when a 6-6 TE has to jump to catch a ball and it's still too high for him to get both hands cleanly on the ball, the pass had to be pretty high. Yes, he tipped it but from what I saw on replay, the DB would have picked it even if he Hammer didn't touch it.

    You need to watch that again. It was thrown high, but should have been caught. It hit him in both palms.

    And what about the post the Horne dropped in the first quarter. He'd still be running if he caught that perfectly thrown pass.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Please. That one's on Jantz


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    Re: Depth Chart

    That was an awful pass to a wide open WR. Don't see how anyone can blame that on KH.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by snowcraig2.0 View Post
    And what about the post the Horne dropped in the first quarter. He'd still be running if he caught that perfectly thrown pass.
    That pass was a thing of beauty. Led him perfectly and hit him in the perfect spot. Looked like Horne thought he was going to get hammered, but the guy that was coming at him made a play for the ball and wouldn't have even touched him.



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    Re: Depth Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by Tre4ISU View Post
    Please. That one's on Jantz
    It wasn't a great throw, but it was catch-able.



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