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(03-24-2019 12:55 PM)Beach Boy Wrote:  
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(03-23-2019 08:42 PM)NorthCoast Wrote:   Huskies Turn in First Practice Under Hammock

Quote:Heading into spring ball, Hammock said it would be open competition at every position. He felt he saw that out of the Huskies Saturday.

Quote:The defense had a solid day. During 7-on-7, the Huskie defensive unit made three interceptions in the span of six plays. Zhamaine March jumped a route and made an impressive interception. A few passes later, Antwain Walker tallied a pick and on the very next pass, Vinny Labus made an athletic play on the ball for an interception. The offense settled in during the team periods and played well.

Would really like to know who threw those three picks. Was it one QB or distributed among two or three of them?

Heard it was Jiya.


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(03-24-2019 11:29 AM)thxjoenovak Wrote:  
(03-24-2019 10:07 AM)NorthCoast Wrote:  
(03-23-2019 10:46 PM)thxjoenovak Wrote:  
(03-23-2019 08:42 PM)NorthCoast Wrote:   Huskies Turn in First Practice Under Hammock

Quote:Heading into spring ball, Hammock said it would be open competition at every position. He felt he saw that out of the Huskies Saturday.

Quote:The defense had a solid day. During 7-on-7, the Huskie defensive unit made three interceptions in the span of six plays. Zhamaine March jumped a route and made an impressive interception. A few passes later, Antwain Walker tallied a pick and on the very next pass, Vinny Labus made an athletic play on the ball for an interception. The offense settled in during the team periods and played well.

Would really like to know who threw those three picks. Was it one QB or distributed among two or three of them?

Heard it was Jiya.


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Progress Continues at NIU Spring Ball

Quote:On the special teams front, John Richardson (Orland Park, Ill./Brother Rice) and Matt Ference (St. Louis, Mo./Lafayette) were flawless in field goal attempts. Left side of the field or right, the Huskies kickers were a perfect 12-for-12 on field goal attempts inside the 30-yard line.

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Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.
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(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.
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(03-26-2019 01:25 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.

Similar to passionate coach vs. a calm coach. what ever produces victories.
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(03-26-2019 06:55 AM)klake87 Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 01:25 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.

Similar to passionate coach vs. a calm coach. what ever produces victories.

No huddle offenses are great when you have a solid QB. Maybe slowing down the pace for our QB’s will make them better. Time will tell.
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(03-26-2019 08:01 AM)BDB5yp Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 06:55 AM)klake87 Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 01:25 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.

Similar to passionate coach vs. a calm coach. what ever produces victories.

No huddle offenses are great when you have a solid QB. Maybe slowing down the pace for our QB’s will make them better. Time will tell.
Yeah conseeiring how bad the offense was the last couple years I’m fine with changing it up. Doesn’t mean the hurry up wasn’t hugely successful though.
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(03-26-2019 08:24 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 08:01 AM)BDB5yp Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 06:55 AM)klake87 Wrote:  
(03-26-2019 01:25 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.

Similar to passionate coach vs. a calm coach. what ever produces victories.

No huddle offenses are great when you have a solid QB. Maybe slowing down the pace for our QB’s will make them better. Time will tell.
Yeah conseeiring how bad the offense was the last couple years I’m fine with changing it up. Doesn’t mean the hurry up wasn’t hugely successful though.

Lynch and Harnish would be great in a No-Huddle or Huddle offense. Its all about the talent. People complained about the play calling when Childers was under center. No one questioned the same play calling when Lynch under center. Lynch > Childers so offense worked.
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(03-26-2019 01:25 AM)7 Wrote:  
(03-25-2019 11:06 PM)pvk75 Wrote:  Spencer Tears mentioned in one article that one change is to a huddle offense. Good change. More organized. Somebody actually looks like they're in charge out there, if nothing else. I found the set, stand up, look around, re-set and then snap of the previous regime a little irritating. It looked like nobody was sure they knew what was about to be going on.

That offense produced the most productive offenses in the history of the school and the most productive offense in the history of the MAC, but sure, why not.

I am not a Rod Carey-basher, so don't lump me in with anyone else. A critic sometimes, but not a basher. And neither you nor I are taking any snaps. Carey is not the coach any more. THammock is. I was comparing what was to what is.

Here was Tears' comment in the Daily Chronicle: “One adjustment is we’re a huddle offense now, so we get more time to catch our breath. ... Overall, as a coaching staff, they’re all a great staff.”

So if they switched to a huddle offense, THammock has to have his reasons. He thinks it's better, and he's the coach, not you or I. Maybe he'll take the time to explain it sometime. Maybe it's just what he's used to having. I happen to like it for the reasons I said; or, don't like the "stand-up" for those reasons. I want to see something work, hopefully better.

As to how productive the offense has been, the key word is "has." Those games are all back there now. I prefer to look for positive signs of what's to come.
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If it’s a high probability you don’t go 3 and out as Lynch had an ability to get past the chains, then hurry all the way. If you struggle like the past couple of years....a hurry up offense is YOUR OWN defenses worst nightmare
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