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Old 11-19-2013   #13
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Default Re: After watching the last 3 games over -- blocking

Honestly, watching some of the stretch runs, our o-line seems to
be so slow moving post snap that sometimes d-linemen are getting
into the gaps and cutting off the runner before any lanes even
develop.

If the QB keeps it, the same d-lineman is getting a free shot at the
QB.

What I think would work (or at least help a bunch) is to get our
guys in pistol more (which gives the QB a run/pass option) and
speed up the entire attack by using the sugar-huddle or 2 minute drill..

The best way to help our slow o-line play is to wear the defense down
and slow them up as well.

In fact, it actually pissed me off when Gary put in Schaub and went
2-minute drill in the 3rd Q last week. He could do that with Schaub and
not Keenum?

Keenum ran the fastest offense in the NCAA for 3 of his 4 years!!

TJ
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