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Jan 14, 2006
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Good game to turn Sanders loose. Work on the connections and timing with the young receivers.

Hopefully get Dez Jackson some work and get him back in the flow as well.
 

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Good game to turn Sanders loose. Work on the connections and timing with the young receivers.

Hopefully get Dez Jackson some work and get him back in the flow as well.
Pretty optimistic....

I'll bet we run Warren 25+ times and do little else to develop anyone or anything. I'd love to be wrong about that, but it's a pattern we've seen all too often in recent years.
 
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Pretty optimistic....

I'll bet we run Warren 25+ times and do little else to develop anyone or anything. I'd love to be wrong about that, but it's a pattern we've seen all too often in recent years.
You're probably right but that's just what I'd like to see. Would be nice to save Warren's legs for the home stretch a little bit.
 
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Pretty optimistic....

I'll bet we run Warren 25+ times and do little else to develop anyone or anything. I'd love to be wrong about that, but it's a pattern we've seen all too often in recent years.
So run him and see if he breaks Perine's record of 427 yards rushing on 34 carries. Against Kansas in 2014 by the way.
 

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So run him and see if he breaks Perine's record of 427 yards rushing on 34 carries. Against Kansas in 2014 by the way.
Meh. That's a totally arbitrary/useless effort. The best thing we could do is challenge our first teams to execute a very clean and assertive plan, then get the less experienced people some good reps after that.

This is exactly the type of game that we *should* be trying to push our guys and get some meaningful reps to set us up for times when we'll need them to make plays. Instead, I expect Gundy to win with the most vanilla game plan possible, which will not benefit anyone, but might be perceived as "safer". It's dumb, but I'm guessing that's the plan.
 

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Meh. That's a totally arbitrary/useless effort. The best thing we could do is challenge our first teams to execute a very clean and assertive plan, then get the less experienced people some good reps after that.

This is exactly the type of game that we *should* be trying to push our guys and get some meaningful reps to set us up for times when we'll need them to make plays. Instead, I expect Gundy to win with the most vanilla game plan possible, which will not benefit anyone, but might be perceived as "safer". It's dumb, but I'm guessing that's the plan.
and you'll be glued to the TV even though you keep sending out false threats of not watching anymore to people who don't give 2 actual f's. keep on keepin' on, bro............