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Discussion in 'Football' started by CycloneRulzzz, Aug 31, 2019.
Cat was definitely using sarcasm. Clonedude is just using his patented sky is falling technique.
we dont have a pound down ur throat offense like wisconsin
there is a lot of timing involved so its going to take some time every year
there were at least 5-7 broken plays that i counted
no shot down field cause the oline stunk
and butler is gone
oline needs to figure it out and they will
tough to know what u have till u play
coaches going to get them in line
I cringed at some of the lopsided predictions.
Still not an excuse to be rusty/ non-creative early in the season. Campbell has a loss to UNI, a couple no shows offensively against Iowa, and lack luster performances against TCU and Akron.
It's a thing, that's been a thing, and most Iowa St fans will recognize it as not ideal.
woody and stanz pod was hilarious
on the kool aid
This game offensively reminded me nothing of the Iowa game.
You have to believe that my statement was in jest right?
I really think the Panthers will go on to have a great season. I hope they do & make us look less silly. McElvain is legit. He’ll probably get us next time.
I had a similar thought immediately after the game. Like, some past teams might have lost the game on 3 separate occasions, under the circumstances.
Viewed another way, how many chances to establish even a little distance in the point difference were squandered?
All you gotta do is look at the box score to see that you're wrong.
I haven't read even close to all of this thread so this may have been mentioned... UNI deserves some credit for the way their defense played. They were "multiple" as Campbell likes to say. They looked a lot our defense.
My only real concern is we don’t have any option to replace Butler. Monty won’t be replaced, but I think Breece will be a stud when he stops trying to move laterally so much.
Pettway can be a big play guy, but it won’t be as much or consistently as Butler and Purdy is going to miss that. As much as the coaching staff might not like it, Purdy is going to have to use his feet. That’s what made him so good, not his arm strength or accuracy in the pocket.
Uni always is one of the most talented teams in fbs. Farley coaches hard against Iowa State.
They should be really good, a true contender for a deep playoff run. They won’t have those results, because they will lose games to bad teams. They will limp into the playoffs, and get eliminated in round 1 or 2 of their playoffs. Lather rinse and repeat
Okay, so you tell me why Purdy never ran at all hardly. Even on RPO's where there were two UNI guys standing there waiting for the RB to get the ball, and nothing but wide open field the other way for Purdy?
i knew farley would use his wizardry against us and that the freshman qb would have his best game of his career lol on his first game
uni will get 3rd in the mvc and fall right in line
Now I do. Sorry, I didn't see anything in the context of that single post that looked like sarcasm.
Why would I Facilitate your quixotic pursuits?
They were looking for execution. And no injuries. They had a ton of yards. But had an injury that could be a big deal, that’s tough.
I don't like Farley at all...talked to too many of his former players that don't have fond feelings toward him! But he can coach...does a very good job with what UNI has to offer! Sure he has choked off opportunities to end a season in a special way...but he has also made some good runs with teams that weren't supposed to be his best. UNI is a very good program...not saying today should have happened the way it did but upsets in this type of setting do happen! Now it is on our coaches to correct the mistakes!
I'd say the offense looked pretty similar to the first drive a lot of different times today. Move the ball for a while, then have a mistake that stalls the drive. Also, the Jones sweep pitch wasn't in the first drive, I don't think. Because I remember Hall having a great block on it, and Hall wasn't in until at least the second drive. And despite not seeing that exact play again, I'd say they utilized Jones pretty darn well. They may have not done the sweep, but they used a couple of screens and a few swing passes to get the ball to him in space, which have the same effect as that shovel pass sweep.