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If somebody told you Friday we wouldn't attack AU deep

Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:42 am
Posted by SlowFlowPro
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:42 am
what would you say the odds of LSU winning would be knowing this information?

i'll add in a 2nd part

if somebody told you Friday that LSU would change up our D and play a non-aggressive, contain/soft zone with DLs holding up all game, what would you say LSU's chances were?
This post was edited on 10/24/10 at 11:45 am
Posted by c on z
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:44 am to
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if somebody told you Friday that LSU would change up our D and play an aggressive, contain/soft zone with DLs holding up all game, what would you say LSU's chances were?







All week long people here did not want Chavis to blitz.
Posted by Ross
Member since Oct 2007
47824 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:44 am to
The only real way to gash our defense is to either throw it deep or to throw a well set up screen pass (our LBs tend to miss a lot of tackles).


You can't run it up the middle all day and expect success.
Posted by Doc Fenton
New York, NY
Member since Feb 2007
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:45 am to
quote:

if somebody told you Friday that LSU would change up our D and play a NON-aggressive, contain/soft zone with DLs holding up all game, what would you say LSU's chances were?


Pretty close to 0%.
Posted by Paulu
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:45 am to
Absolute disgrace from a coaching side
Posted by c on z
Zamunda
Member since Mar 2009
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:45 am to
quote:

The only real way to gash our defense is to either throw it deep or to throw a well set up screen pass



Crowton hates screens, except untimely middle screens.
Posted by a want
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Member since Oct 2010
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:45 am to
I don't know what we're trying to do on offense any more. I don't know why we are so afraid throwing downfield to 6'4" and 6'5" receivers.

The D, while substandard, did at least keep us in the game (#1 O scored 24 points) and gave us a shot in the end. We were at midfield with 4 minutes left.
Posted by SlowFlowPro
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:46 am to
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All week long people here did not want Chavis to blitz.

they're idiots

you load the box against option teams

and there is such a thing as a run blitz
Posted by Doc Fenton
New York, NY
Member since Feb 2007
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:46 am to
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You can't run it up the middle all day and expect success.


Especially out of the stupid pistol formation when the defense knows exactly what's coming.
Posted by conman
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Member since Nov 2007
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:46 am to
You have to have a qb that has a deep ball threat. We don't have that.
Posted by SlowFlowPro
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:46 am to
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You can't run it up the middle all day and expect success.

at least we weren't running toss plays to an obese alley broussard
Posted by SlowFlowPro
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:47 am to
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You have to have a qb that has a deep ball threat. We don't have that.

dude...
Posted by Mudminnow
Houston, TX
Member since Aug 2004
34144 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:47 am to
Please watch a replay of the game!

D didnt have a prayer in the world yesterday. Malleveto put together better gameplans than Chavis did yesterday
Posted by S
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Member since Jan 2007
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Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:47 am to
exactly...run blitz
Posted by SlowFlowPro
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Member since Jan 2004
421188 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:48 am to
have the DL worry about the runs up the middle and have a LB on 1 side outside and a S on the other side outside

have 2 LBs spying in the middle

play man with your 2 CBs and the other S

Posted by CamdenTiger
Member since Aug 2009
62362 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:48 am to
We threw it deep twice, and one was almost intercepted, and one was a TD drop(not counting Ware's pass).
Posted by Powerman
Member since Jan 2004
162190 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:49 am to
quote:

The only real way to gash our defense is to either throw it deep or to throw a well set up screen pass (our LBs tend to miss a lot of tackles).


I don't think I've seen LSU run a successful RB screen the entire season

I don't know if they've even attempted a screen

Our game planning has been awful all year and we've been getting by on superior talent
Posted by TheDoc
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Member since Dec 2005
99297 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:50 am to
quote:

Please watch a replay of the game!

D didnt have a prayer in the world yesterday. Malleveto put together better gameplans than Chavis did yesterday


This
Posted by HoopyD
Member since Nov 2004
3265 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:51 am to
Did we get new QB's during the week? They can't complete the long ball. Period. As they mentioned yesterday, we complete about 30 percent of our passes over 10 yards. You can bomb away all you want but the end result is probably going to be the same as going to the line and spiking it.
Posted by Rex
Here, there, and nowhere
Member since Sep 2004
66001 posts
Posted on 10/24/10 at 11:51 am to
Chavis should write a book on how NOT to defend the spread when their OL is bigger than his DL.

Chapter 1: Four D Linemen = Fail
Chapter 2: Read and React = Fail
Chapter 3: Don't Blitz the Corners = Fail
Chapter 4: Leave an Unassisted DE on the Read Side = Fail
Chapter 5: Don't Mix it Up = Fail

The pity of Chavis's performance is that he had a practice session with Trey Burton, who gashed him in the red zone, but he made no change in philosophy.




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