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  1. Armstead post game comments

    He should've kept his big mouth shut.
  2. Anybody a wee bit concerned about Flowers?

    No. Not concerned at all. He has always stepped up when it counted and wil again.
  3. San Diego State

    Relax. SDSU could lost at Air Forc e this week. They also won't beat Boise twice. They also play NIU who beat Nebraska.
  4. Next weeks' games on shaky ground...

    Rather go to a neutral field than Illinois. They are sneaky good after demolishing WKU. We need this game at home or neutral. Under no circumstances go to Illinois. Next year with a worse team fine. But we can't afford to take any chances at losses this year.
  5. Next weeks' games on shaky ground...

    Move it to another AAC stadium that is not being used but do not move to Illinois.
  6. Hurricane Irma

    That's great to hear. In our Hurricane Harvey I got 58mph winds and 8 inches of rain and received zero damage. Hoping it's similar for y'all.
  7. Hurricane Irma

    Are you all staying safe. On TV it looks like Tampa is dodging a bullet compared to what was predicted. At least I hope so.
  8. Bronson injury

    We'll need him next year, losing MVS, so hope he heals up nicely and comes back.
  9. Here is the problem as I have explained in numerous threads. Sterlin Gilbert has not yet tailored this offense to our players the way Taggart did. He may get there, but hasn't yet. Here's what I mean. You have to actually study the film from the GCO compared to the current offense. There are similarities, but it is not the same. Taggart used continuous motion to throw off defenses. He literally had maybe 10 plays off the basic jet sweep. What happens, when you have the continous motion, is that the defense can never get set, and can never know truly who is getting the ball until it's too late. Taggart was a master at misdirection and ball fakes. This offense isn't. Even if the Jet sweep receiver isn't getting the ball, it appears as though he is until it's too late for defense to adjust. So they have to cover 5 plays in one, all of who look the same. Get it. I've studied it and created my own offense off of this concept. Gilbert does have a few of these concepts, but not as many of Taggart did. The other thing Taggart did, was he was very adept at getting playmakers in space, whether that was bubble screens or fake bubble screens, which burned defenses all the time. He had is receivers fake like they were doing one thing (blocking, standing around, etc), then, bam they were gone. We did this ALL the time last year. Taggart was a master at fakes. The other thing was he properly used the TE's down the seam at the most opportune times. The offenses may look similar to the untrained eye, but there are major differences that make the GCO offense different that of Gilbert's. The other thing Taggart did was not put any strings on Quinton, and just let Quinton run around and be Quinton. This has not truly happened yet with Gilbert. SG will get smart and start to more effectively use Quinton eventually. Hopefully not before it's too late. I watched parts of the Oregon game the other day, and they were running the GCO to a T, with the exact same results we had last year. Same plays, same results. Yes, losing Mack and Adams hurt, but we have good replacements. I am convinced wholeheartedly, that the difference in offensive production to date is mainly due to the differences in offensive philosophy and offensive plays. Taggart had created a basic set of plays that was virtually impossible to stop...the defense always guessed wrong. You can call that trickeration or whatever, but it worked. Continuous motion, ball fakes, and getting playmakers in space. The current offense will get there, but is a work in progress.
  10. Strong jabs back as fans attack USF's offense

    Here is the problem as I have explained in numerous threads. Sterlin Gilbert has not yet tailored this offense to our players the way Taggart did. He may get there, but hasn't yet. Here's what I mean. You have to actually study the film from the GCO compared to the current offense. There are similarities, but it is not the same. Taggart used continuous motion to throw off defenses. He literally had maybe 10 plays off the basic jet sweep. What happens, when you have the continous motion, is that the defense can never get set, and can never know truly who is getting the ball until it's too late. Taggart was a master at misdirection and ball fakes. This offense isn't. Even if the Jet sweep receiver isn't getting the ball, it appears as though he is until it's too late for defense to adjust. So they have to cover 5 plays in one, all of who look the same. Get it. I've studied it and created my own offense off of this concept. Gilbert does have a few of these concepts, but not as many of Taggart did. The other thing Taggart did, was he was very adept at getting playmakers in space, whether that was bubble screens or fake bubble screens, which burned defenses all the time. He had is receivers fake like they were doing one thing (blocking, standing around, etc), then, bam they were gone. We did this ALL the time last year. Taggart was a master at fakes. The other thing was he properly used the TE's down the seam at the most opportune times. The offenses may look similar to the untrained eye, but there are major differences that make the GCO offense different that of Gilbert's. The other thing Taggart did was not put any strings on Quinton, and just let Quinton run around and be Quinton. This has not truly happened yet with Gilbert. SG will get smart and start to more effectively use Quinton eventually. Hopefully not before it's too late. I watched parts of the Oregon game the other day, and they were running the GCO to a T, with the exact same results we had last year. Same plays, same results. Yes, losing Mack and Adams hurt, but we have good replacements. I am convinced wholeheartedly, that the difference in offensive production to date is mainly due to the differences in offensive philosophy and offensive plays. Taggart had created a basic set of plays that was virtually impossible to stop...the defense always guessed wrong. You can call that trickeration or whatever, but it worked. Continuous motion, ball fakes, and getting playmakers in space. The current offense will get there, but is a work in progress.
  11. Week 2 Coaches Poll

    We lost 120 points and 2 spots in AP poll and deservedly so. I'm shocked we actually went up 1 spot and gained points in coaches poll.
  12. Missing Mack and Adams

    Willie is running our EXACT plays to get 77 points. I watched it and he ran our offense from last year to a T. Guys I am convinced it's the change in offense. I am a coach and not ashamed to admit I stole Some of Willies plays and it's working for me. Willie used ball fakes and misdirection off jet sweeps. Study it. Gilbert has not mastered this yet IMO. He likes other things better. Willie also effectively used bubble screens and WR fakes to set up deep passes. (Fake bubbles to one WR then a go to another). Willie was a master at misdirection which confused defenses and they couldn't key in on one player or knew who was getting ball. Every play had like 2-3 or more options so defense could never key in. Truly study the gulf coast offense and it becomes clear
  13. #FreeQuintonFlowers

    Here's an example of how Willie effectively used QF last year that Gilbert is not doing this year. The offense may be somewhat similar but it is NOT the same. http://fishduck.com/2017/01/taggart-brings-an-ultimate-powermisdirection-play-package-to-oregon/ Taggart was a wizard at the ball fake misdirection plays. Gilbert isn't. The end.
  14. Sooo.... I am watching Willie Taggart at Oregon running all of our plays to perfection. He is running the EXACT same plays and exact same offense we ran last year and having the exact same result. Running up the score as Willie can do. Willie's offense is a thing of beauty. The constant ball fakes and misdirection plays are fantastic and hard to defend. You never know who is getting the ball. Then, throw in the constant jet sweeps, bubble screens to get athletes in space, and the fake bubble screens to hit you with go routes. As well as the creative use of the Tight ends on streak routes. It hums to perfection and has rhythm. The reason we are not playing as well is totally and completely because of the change in offense, 100%. Sterlin Gilbert's offense is a pile of hot garbage right now and is not suited to get our athletes in space like Willie's was. From Gulf Coast to Gulf Garbage. Leave it to Strong and Gilbert to slow down quite possibly the best offense in the country. An almost impossible task but they did it. Congratulations.
  15. RB Sutton

    As has been stated he hasn't passed Mack, who was injured. He looked fairly impressive though.