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Thanks Ken.

It would be interesting to find out if Creighton wants to get Stiebling a few snaps every game do that he gains some experience.
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(09-20-2017 07:40 PM)Luckeyone Wrote:  Thanks Ken.

It would be interesting to find out if Creighton wants to get Stiebling a few snaps every game do that he gains some experience.

Thanks Ken,

As difficult as our schedule stacks up, I wouldn't be surprised if our backup QB's got a grand total of ZERO snaps this year.
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
(09-20-2017 08:58 PM)EagleTough Wrote:  
(09-20-2017 07:40 PM)Luckeyone Wrote:  Thanks Ken.

It would be interesting to find out if Creighton wants to get Stiebling a few snaps every game do that he gains some experience.

Thanks Ken,

As difficult as our schedule stacks up, I wouldn't be surprised if our backup QB's got a grand total of ZERO snaps this year.

And the corollary point: How many games will EMU win?

The answer: What percentage of the napes will Roback take?

We are an injury to Roback of a mess.
09-21-2017 05:12 AM
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
(09-21-2017 05:12 AM)emu steve Wrote:  
(09-20-2017 08:58 PM)EagleTough Wrote:  
(09-20-2017 07:40 PM)Luckeyone Wrote:  Thanks Ken.

It would be interesting to find out if Creighton wants to get Stiebling a few snaps every game do that he gains some experience.

Thanks Ken,

As difficult as our schedule stacks up, I wouldn't be surprised if our backup QB's got a grand total of ZERO snaps this year.

And the corollary point: How many games will EMU win?

The answer: What percentage of the napes will Roback take?

We are an injury to Roback of a mess.

6-8

100%

Every team in the MAC is an injury to their starting QB away from a mess.
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
(09-21-2017 05:12 AM)emu steve Wrote:  
(09-20-2017 08:58 PM)EagleTough Wrote:  
(09-20-2017 07:40 PM)Luckeyone Wrote:  Thanks Ken.

It would be interesting to find out if Creighton wants to get Stiebling a few snaps every game do that he gains some experience.

Thanks Ken,

As difficult as our schedule stacks up, I wouldn't be surprised if our backup QB's got a grand total of ZERO snaps this year.

And the corollary point: How many games will EMU win?

The answer: What percentage of the napes will Roback take?

We are an injury to Roback of a mess.
MOST teams are a mess if their starting QB goes down...You know if Eastern beats Ohio (probable) and Kentucky (not beyond the realm of possibility, in fact...) there will be talk of... I'm not going to jinx it. That said, the last thing anyone is thinking about is how many snaps our backup QB gets.
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
On social media, looks like a well-attended lunch today with Kyle Rachwal as the player in attendance.

Hope Ken, our luncheon insider, could make it!
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Dear FrankAnderson and Friends,
Yes, I was able to attend the luncheon, and it was well attended with about sixty people in attendance. Yes, Kyle Rachwal was the guest player, and he as well as the other players that have attended, are gentlemen, well spoken, and a credit to the football program. Kyle said that the team is still confident and ready to play Western. Army, in his words was a tough opponent, and it was difficult to adjust to the triple option, that they ran. Coach Creighton added that because of their offense, Eastern had to basically change the normal defensive scheme that Coach Neathery likes to run, and that makes it difficult because you will only be doing it for one game.
In regard to the two point try at the end of the fourth quarter, Creighton said they were trying to isolate the player that made the tackle for Army. Eastern lined up with three receivers to the right, and Army had to put three or four players over to that side. Army then had five players lined up on the line of scrimmage, and the person they wanted to isolate was lined up as a linebacker. So, that meant that Army had committed 10 players to the middle and right side of the field.
That meant only one defensive player on the left guarding our receiver, and our receiver should be able to tie-up the defensive back on that side.
Once the play was run, the Army player Eastern was isolating, immediately ran to the right side of the field, and there was no one to block him. Had he stayed in the linebacker position, Eriksen would have scored.
Question was asked about quarterback Stiebeling. Coach Creighton said they have wanted to get him some action. but the way the games have been so close score wise, they felt he could not be put into the games. Creighton added that he can throw a nice ball, so his ability is not in question. He added that there will be two more quarterbacks available for spring ball that are also capable of being the starter.
Question asked about recruiting; Creighton said it is going well and they will probably end with a class of nineteen. He also said that he would expect that they will all sign in the early period
Creighton is not high on playing Army. If, he is still Eastern's coach in the next few years, the series will die in 2020 with the last Army game scheduled, or maybe dropped. (My speculation on 2020) He said he likes playing one major team and scheduling three FBS teams for Eastern's out of conference games.
Any questions?
10-18-2017 01:30 PM
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
(10-18-2017 01:30 PM)Ken Barna Wrote:  Dear FrankAnderson and Friends,
Yes, I was able to attend the luncheon, and it was well attended with about sixty people in attendance. Yes, Kyle Rachwal was the guest player, and he as well as the other players that have attended, are gentlemen, well spoken, and a credit to the football program. Kyle said that the team is still confident and ready to play Western. Army, in his words was a tough opponent, and it was difficult to adjust to the triple option, that they ran. Coach Creighton added that because of their offense, Eastern had to basically change the normal defensive scheme that Coach Neathery likes to run, and that makes it difficult because you will only be doing it for one game.
In regard to the two point try at the end of the fourth quarter, Creighton said they were trying to isolate the player that made the tackle for Army. Eastern lined up with three receivers to the right, and Army had to put three or four players over to that side. Army then had five players lined up on the line of scrimmage, and the person they wanted to isolate was lined up as a linebacker. So, that meant that Army had committed 10 players to the middle and right side of the field.
That meant only one defensive player on the left guarding our receiver, and our receiver should be able to tie-up the defensive back on that side.
Once the play was run, the Army player Eastern was isolating, immediately ran to the right side of the field, and there was no one to block him. Had he stayed in the linebacker position, Eriksen would have scored.
Question was asked about quarterback Stiebeling. Coach Creighton said they have wanted to get him some action. but the way the games have been so close score wise, they felt he could not be put into the games. Creighton added that he can throw a nice ball, so his ability is not in question. He added that there will be two more quarterbacks available for spring ball that are also capable of being the starter.
Question asked about recruiting; Creighton said it is going well and they will probably end with a class of nineteen. He also said that he would expect that they will all sign in the early period
Creighton is not high on playing Army. If, he is still Eastern's coach in the next few years, the series will die in 2020 with the last Army game scheduled, or maybe dropped. (My speculation on 2020) He said he likes playing one major team and scheduling three FBS teams for Eastern's out of conference games.
Any questions?

Playing Army is like teams having to play the Murphy zone 5 years ago. They hated it.

No team likes to play against an offense they will never see again during the season.
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Thanks Ken
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RE: Coaches Football Luncheon
(10-18-2017 01:30 PM)Ken Barna Wrote:  Dear FrankAnderson and Friends,
Yes, I was able to attend the luncheon, and it was well attended with about sixty people in attendance. Yes, Kyle Rachwal was the guest player, and he as well as the other players that have attended, are gentlemen, well spoken, and a credit to the football program. Kyle said that the team is still confident and ready to play Western. Army, in his words was a tough opponent, and it was difficult to adjust to the triple option, that they ran. Coach Creighton added that because of their offense, Eastern had to basically change the normal defensive scheme that Coach Neathery likes to run, and that makes it difficult because you will only be doing it for one game.
In regard to the two point try at the end of the fourth quarter, Creighton said they were trying to isolate the player that made the tackle for Army. Eastern lined up with three receivers to the right, and Army had to put three or four players over to that side. Army then had five players lined up on the line of scrimmage, and the person they wanted to isolate was lined up as a linebacker. So, that meant that Army had committed 10 players to the middle and right side of the field.
That meant only one defensive player on the left guarding our receiver, and our receiver should be able to tie-up the defensive back on that side.
Once the play was run, the Army player Eastern was isolating, immediately ran to the right side of the field, and there was no one to block him. Had he stayed in the linebacker position, Eriksen would have scored.
Question was asked about quarterback Stiebeling. Coach Creighton said they have wanted to get him some action. but the way the games have been so close score wise, they felt he could not be put into the games. Creighton added that he can throw a nice ball, so his ability is not in question. He added that there will be two more quarterbacks available for spring ball that are also capable of being the starter.
Question asked about recruiting; Creighton said it is going well and they will probably end with a class of nineteen. He also said that he would expect that they will all sign in the early period
Creighton is not high on playing Army. If, he is still Eastern's coach in the next few years, the series will die in 2020 with the last Army game scheduled, or maybe dropped. (My speculation on 2020) He said he likes playing one major team and scheduling three FBS teams for Eastern's out of conference games.
Any questions?

We have 11 verbals so far, appears we may others that are unknown at this time in order to get to 19 for the early signing period.
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