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I just read an article about only having 19 scholarship defensive players last week (with 1 of those getting tossed and another injured).  The players were exhausted early. So is it the smartest thing to risk a 3 and out in 45 seconds and put them back on the field?  Just wondering.

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Obviously that’s a good decision that was foiled by the evil doings of CCS, the guy never sleeps.

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When a coach runs off **** near an entire recruiting class you lack depth and stuff like that happens.... 

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2 hours ago, Bull Dozer said:

When a coach runs off **** near an entire recruiting class you lack depth and stuff like that happens.... 

Please leave your logic at the door.  It isn't welcome here .....

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Just now, chapelbull said:

Please leave your logic at the door.  It isn't welcome here .....

It makes you exacerbate the deficit by running a hurry up offense and giving the players you actually have available no time to rest?

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1 minute ago, puc86 said:

It makes you exacerbate the deficit by running a hurry up offense and giving the players you actually have available no time to rest?

If he runs a conservative offense to try to hold the ball, you'll ***** about that.  If he runs a more up tempo offense to try and help make something happen and score some points on offense, you'll ***** about that.   Carry on .... you be you boo

You used to at least be entertaining when you were trolling, not so much anymore.   You've basically dropped into brybull status

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Just now, chapelbull said:

If he runs a conservative offense to try to hold the ball, you'll ***** about that.  If he runs a more up tempo offense to try and help make something happen and score some points on offense, you'll ***** about that.   Carry on .... you be you boo

You used to at least be entertaining when you were trolling, not so much anymore.   You've basically dropped into brybull status

I’m not the one that pointed it out and I hardly think @CousinRicky is a troll or one to be dissatisfied with everything. I actually believe fortune favors the bold and I would probably throw caution to the wind as well but I would also recognize that I probably contributed to putting my defense in a compromised position along with the factors that are actually beyond my control. 

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If you plan to run an up tempo offense as your main scheme, I say don’t change a thing.

Until this last game, defense was seemingly decent. This year means squat, no one loses eligibility. It’s almost a blessing, that Scott gets a year with these guys. Maybe a handful of people transfer out at the end, and Scott’s recruits get in a bit earlier.

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11 hours ago, chapelbull said:

If he runs a conservative offense to try to hold the ball, you'll ***** about that.  If he runs a more up tempo offense to try and help make something happen and score some points on offense, you'll ***** about that.   Carry on .... you be you boo

You used to at least be entertaining when you were trolling, not so much anymore.   You've basically dropped into brybull status

At first I read this in Puc's response the way he worded his answer I thought you were referring to me. I thought, dang, I just posed a question. And then realized you were responding to Puc.  

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14 hours ago, CousinRicky said:

I just read an article about only having 19 scholarship defensive players last week (with 1 of those getting tossed and another injured).  The players were exhausted early. So is it the smartest thing to risk a 3 and out in 45 seconds and put them back on the field?  Just wondering.

CCS was trying to install a Slow Coast Offense, but you guys ran off poor Charlie.  Now you're complaining about the Hurry Up Offense you wanted.

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