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UCF - Best Team in FL (CBS Sports)

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16 minutes ago, NewEnglandBull said:

Well...for now they are....

yeah-- as hard as we tried to avoid it, it was inevitable I suppose.

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On 8/14/2018 at 7:26 PM, BrassBulls12 said:

lol again if you don't get what i'm saying just keep it to yourself. He doesn't have to read a defense just one player. You put him in a situation to choose option A or B and you take the other. you don't have to read any one else but that one player and you set everyone else up with numbers.  

here:

https://www.underdogdynasty.com/2015/2/21/8008763/what-exactly-is-the-spread-option

In a RPO offense, QB's have a lot more to read than "just one player" and some might argue, Milton's at his best when a play or containment break down...as maybe his best asset is his ability to keep looking downfield while scrambling, as he showed again on his long TD pass in Week 1...when he was scrambling/rolling right and hit former Ole Miss WR Nixon in stride in the back of the end zone.

Of course on "simpler" RPO plays, he has to read his blocks, DL and LB reaction and which available lanes might be available for him or the RB (if run) and/or which coverage might open up in passing game.

Milton isn't the greatest QB in the world...and his biggest asset might be his feet...and seeing how he got "dinged" up in the 2nd Q of the UCONN game (he didn't gain one yard rushing after that injury), he becomes a totally different QB when he loses his quickness/running ability...so for UCF, he has to remain healthy for some upcoming big non-conf games (UNC, Pitt, FAU) and then obviously conf play.

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4 hours ago, Knight_Light said:

In a RPO offense, QB's have a lot more to read than "just one player" and some might argue, Milton's at his best when a play or containment break down...as maybe his best asset is his ability to keep looking downfield while scrambling, as he showed again on his long TD pass in Week 1...when he was scrambling/rolling right and hit former Ole Miss WR Nixon in stride in the back of the end zone.

Of course on "simpler" RPO plays, he has to read his blocks, DL and LB reaction and which available lanes might be available for him or the RB (if run) and/or which coverage might open up in passing game.

Milton isn't the greatest QB in the world...and his biggest asset might be his feet...and seeing how he got "dinged" up in the 2nd Q of the UCONN game (he didn't gain one yard rushing after that injury), he becomes a totally different QB when he loses his quickness/running ability...so for UCF, he has to remain healthy for some upcoming big non-conf games (UNC, Pitt, FAU) and then obviously conf play.

Who's Milton?

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