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Capital Cajun
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
Was the best QB at The Manning Passing Academy.


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Mulerider
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
It was never about physical ability with Harris. It was ALWAYS about mental ability and being able to read and check down the options.


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rsbd
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
How many people are trying to tackle him at practice when he does that in a game I'll see Brandon Harris is a good quarterback


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lakelanier
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Bingo!


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beauchristopher
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
He has an actual qb coach


BayouBengal99
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
I agree with this 100%. Some guys have it out of HS, some guys can learn it while they are in college, but then there are some guys who overreact or are over emotional to the speed at which big guys are flying all over the place and wanting to get at you in the worst way.

Some guys can block that out, then just kinda feel what's going on around them, which is how they know when/where to move without having to take their eyes off of the field. You have to be able to separate the two actions in your brain, then once you learn that you can perfect it over time.

I've always wanted to see exactly how they prepare these guys for pocket awareness. Minus scrimmages do they set up live action type situations with real bodies coming at full speed so that your QB can learn how to react to them. Like actually setting up a CB getting through or a safety, or DLman ect. Have your QB react in real time to live like situations.


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Brazos
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
Is he the projected starter this year?


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Mafru1984
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
Coming out of high school, deshaun Watson was number 1 and Harris was number 2 qb recruits. No way it was that big of a drop off in talent from Watson to Harris. 99.9 percent coaching, or lack of coaching messed the kid up.


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SEC Grapevine
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
Guice fumbled early and gave WIS a 3 pt lead that was the decider. In training camp LF was injured and the starting OL was decimated because of heavy contact. LF was totally ineffective except for the 40 yd pass Harris threw to him when LSU scored twice on 2 turnovers in in 67 seconds - their only scores to take a 14-13 lead. LSU ran only 50 plays the lowest in the FBS that week. Harris was dropping back and being gang tackled. When he threw he had 1-2WRs double-covered. Will Clapp committed a 5 yd penalty to put LSU out of field goal range on the last series and Harris threw an INT with a WIS defender hanging on him, throwing off balance. We lost that game because Miles did not change the Offense. Harvey Williams, 3rd leading rusher for LSU, said "no way that is on Harris. They out to run Miles and Cammy-Cam out of town like in one of those Frankenstein movies." After that game you had an uprising - either Miles gets fired or the big TAF funders stop giving.


Rickdaddy4188
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He has an actual qb coach



Cam Cameron's resume as a qb coach speaks for itself.



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Rickdaddy4188
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We lost that game because Miles did not change the Offense. 


we lost that game because Harris couldn't hit an open man. go watch that game again.

Harris started 3/9 with 1 int.

he was missing on throws meant to get him in rythym. there is no offense on earth that works when your qb is wildly inaccurate on short and intermediate throws.
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rsbd
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Guice fumbled


I guess you missed the part where Harris threw it straight to the DB to close out the game


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beauchristopher
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
In college?

Different game. Cam was awesome with a senior qb though for one season.



beauchristopher
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I guess I'll have to be more specific

He finally has a coach willing to cater to his strengths and style of play

That should be better


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TigerFanNKaty
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
The key there is when "he knows where he is going with the ball" we all know that already.


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beauchristopher
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
The plsycalling sets up almost any qb for failure

Awful routes and limited opportunities


Burt Reynolds
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Gotta love the cam cameron apologists in this thread


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Rickdaddy4188
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In college? 

Different game. Cam was awesome with a senior qb though for one season


quote:

Cameron brought an explosive offense to Indiana with highly effective offensive players such asAntwaan Randle El. Indiana averaged 23.6 points per game under Cameron's guidance. In fact, Randle El became the first player in NCAA Division I history to pass for 40 career touchdowns and score 40 career rushing touchdowns. He finished his college career as fifth on the all-time NCAA total yardage list, and became the first player in college football history to record 2,500 total yards for each of four consecutive years.



he was here 3 years. he had Mett for one and then had 2 1st year starters that were really young. we also weren't actually running the air coryell offense Cam runs though.

I'm just saying Cam wasnt a successful OC at lsu but many great nfl qbs swear by him and say he was instrumental. I'm sure some is just player speak but some has to be true too.
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Ace Midnight
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re: interesting comments on brandon harris
Harris' problems lie between his ears. And it isn't about intelligence, he's plenty smart.

It's confidence and ego. His ego is pretty inflated, but once his confidence gets rattled, it stays rattled, period.

Physically - he has all the tools to play QB.


Rickdaddy4188
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The plsycalling sets up almost any qb for failure 

Awful routes and limited opportunities


there is no play calling that works when your qb can't hit a wr screen.

no offense can look good when the qb can't hit a 5 yards slant. when your an is air mailing a throw on 6 yard dig,no offense will work.

but sure the offense did him no favors


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