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All of those behind the line throws are called by "one of the best young offensive minds in college football". They are running plays that are designed to move the ball downfield and also to open up the middle of the field so the Tigers can have a top 5 running game. Brady White is very good at this very important part of the Tiger offense. We are one game into the season and are !-0. What is your deal, man?
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(09-02-2019 03:53 PM)wal0001 Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 07:08 AM)JhanJo Wrote:  Watching in person, I felt like the pass to Dykes wasn’t overthrown as much as he (Dykes) slowed down part way through his route. I believe if he had kept running hard that ball would have been on his hands.

Agree though that he under-threw[/size] a lot of balls.

Please go easy on Dykes, he had surgery a few weeks back to clean up a meniscus tear and was questionable for this game. He convinced the coaches to give him a shot as he wanted to play bad, they probably should not have let him. Go back a few weeks on this board and you will see the post! He showed a lot of TIGER heart out there on Saturday -- stripe him up!

Sean stopped on the route, got lost, then realized the ball was coming to him. It was right in front of me.
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(09-02-2019 04:30 PM)Keeper Wrote:  All of those behind the line throws are called by "one of the best young offensive minds in college football". They are running plays that are designed to move the ball downfield and also to open up the middle of the field so the Tigers can have a top 5 running game. Brady White is very good at this very important part of the Tiger offense. We are one game into the season and are !-0. What is your deal, man?

Except that our passing game is too predictable. You can’t run screens without the threat of passing downfield. Our pass plays are too slow developing; they all involve some sort of play action or misdirection. We have to develop a 3 step drop passing game. We cannot easily convert on 3rd and 5 or more unless we do.
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(09-02-2019 04:44 PM)micman Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 04:30 PM)Keeper Wrote:  All of those behind the line throws are called by "one of the best young offensive minds in college football". They are running plays that are designed to move the ball downfield and also to open up the middle of the field so the Tigers can have a top 5 running game. Brady White is very good at this very important part of the Tiger offense. We are one game into the season and are !-0. What is your deal, man?

Except that our passing game is too predictable. You can’t run screens without the threat of passing downfield. Our pass plays are too slow developing; they all involve some sort of play action or misdirection. We have to develop a 3 step drop passing game. We cannot easily convert on 3rd and 5 or more unless we do.

WE BEAT A SEC TEAM IN GAME ONE. TIME TO MOVE ON
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(09-02-2019 04:36 PM)micman Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 03:53 PM)wal0001 Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 07:08 AM)JhanJo Wrote:  Watching in person, I felt like the pass to Dykes wasn’t overthrown as much as he (Dykes) slowed down part way through his route. I believe if he had kept running hard that ball would have been on his hands.

Agree though that he under-threw[/size] a lot of balls.

Please go easy on Dykes, he had surgery a few weeks back to clean up a meniscus tear and was questionable for this game. He convinced the coaches to give him a shot as he wanted to play bad, they probably should not have let him. Go back a few weeks on this board and you will see the post! He showed a lot of TIGER heart out there on Saturday -- stripe him up!

Sean stopped on the route, got lost, then realized the ball was coming to him. It was right in front of me.

Good to know about Dykes. I didn’t go to the game, but the group hubby was with was critical of him after the game. Mostly, I heard about missed blocking assignments which to them looked like lack of effort vs. good moves from defenders. I’d guess not being 100% could contribute to that. Thanks for the info.
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(09-02-2019 08:13 AM)holyterror Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 07:55 AM)paramedicrntiger Wrote:  The thing that really caught my attention is how many plays were designed to start behind the line of scrimmage. Those type of plays have to be quick hitters and I'm not sure we have that type of personnel this season. Gainwell would be a great option for this type of play. Not sure why they call those plays unless they are concerned about White's arm. I had read that he had more snap in his throws but I did not see it. I like the guy and respect the coach but this does concern me.

I think those plays will work, if our receivers get serious about downfield blocking. Most receivers don’t want to do this.


It’s not just downfield blocking. If the corners or LBs don’t think you’re a real threat as WR/TE downfield they can sit on the screen and try and blow through you which happened all the time on Saturday. Ole Miss did not respect our downfield passing and we could not make them consistently pay for it. Good teams were doing that to us last year. And Ole Miss is not supposed to be a good team.
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(09-02-2019 04:30 PM)Keeper Wrote:  All of those behind the line throws are called by "one of the best young offensive minds in college football". They are running plays that are designed to move the ball downfield and also to open up the middle of the field so the Tigers can have a top 5 running game. Brady White is very good at this very important part of the Tiger offense. We are one game into the season and are !-0. What is your deal, man?

Except that our passing game is too predictable. You can’t run screens without the threat of passing downfield. Our pass plays are too slow developing; they all involve some sort of play action or misdirection. We have to develop a 3 step drop passing game. We cannot easily convert on 3rd and 5 or more unless we do.
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(09-02-2019 05:47 PM)micman Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 04:30 PM)Keeper Wrote:  All of those behind the line throws are called by "one of the best young offensive minds in college football". They are running plays that are designed to move the ball downfield and also to open up the middle of the field so the Tigers can have a top 5 running game. Brady White is very good at this very important part of the Tiger offense. We are one game into the season and are !-0. What is your deal, man?

Except that our passing game is too predictable. You can’t run screens without the threat of passing downfield. Our pass plays are too slow developing; they all involve some sort of play action or misdirection. We have to develop a 3 step drop passing game. We cannot easily convert on 3rd and 5 or more unless we do.

I keep reading about this 3 step drop but our QB is already in the shotgun most times, he doesn't need a 2-3 step drop. What we need are 2-3 count receiver routes - which we have but are predictable & many times require BW to go through a progression to find an open receiver. And this is where he's pressured out of the pocket to usual unproductive results.
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This is good and accurate analysis.
Our passing game has literally taken several steps backwards.
So frustrating to watch lackluster play calling and often times execution.
I’m glad we won, yes. But even the smartest business executive evaluates his leassons learned after success.
This passing strategy and execution will not beat much better teams, it doesn’t take a genius to figure that out, but it does take an open mind, a critical eye, and a deep knowledge and experience of the fundamentals of football.

The best arguments just lay out the facts, people that don’t like objective facts show only opinion. We see lots of opinions here that are illogical.
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Didn't we just win? Beating ole miss? Brady's qb rating was 114 and some change. I think he was 23-31. And it was the FIRST GAME OF THE YEAR. 03-idea
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We have fans who are so skeert of losing that they get triggered when we win.

There are wins and there are losses. We gots to keep them separate in our minds. Do not mix them up. lol
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(09-02-2019 07:27 PM)TiminMem23 Wrote:  These “did not we win?” posts are ridiculous and short sighted. You’d probably be the ones in the path of Dorian who’d say “it was sunny today, we are fine.”

Ole Miss is GARBAGE. One of the worst teams in college football and might not win 2 games this year.

We have some serious flaws on offense, and it starts with Cindy Brady White.

Lol...what a joke...what do you want from Brady? He's not flashy, great...he was 23-31 and yes, we won the game...the play calling at times was garbage, IMO, but whatever.
The objective of this offense is to spread the field with short passes, sideline to sideline, to open up the run game. Then, the middle of the filed opens up for the passing game.
This offense lost some serious weapons, obviously. It was the first game. I'd bet we see improvement.
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In the thread about Keilon Brown being a future commit, I mentioned that when looking at Brady White's high school highlights I question his decision making more than his arm strength. It could be that the play calling we see now might be due to possible decision making issues. Even in those old highlights it looks very similar to what we've seen last season and so far this season. And highlights are supposed to show you at your best.
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I’ve watched way to much football this weekend, and after seeing our qb looking exactly like last year, every team I see I think, could Brady play for this team, and unfortunately I can’t find 1. This is my honest opinion. I’m not sure Oklahoma beats Houston without a Hurts running abilities. It goes on and on. So I decided to be positive; he is on the one team that he can help! Go tigers
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(09-02-2019 03:05 PM)Tigx Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 01:42 PM)Stammers Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 09:00 AM)Tigx Wrote:  Sometime in the off season someone commented that he couldn't wait for the season to start so some "fan" could start a replace Brady White thread the first time he throws an incomplete pass.

Coach Norvell gets his first SEC win against a solid Ole Miss defense, and many still complain.
Used to be the same few, now they have picked up followers. shirley temple was the first to post after the numbers on this thread posted, asking for another QB to get snaps. And shirley temple was the first to post to the bumped ' Question for those down on White at QB' thread from April. TigerSeth starts the Connor Adair thread after the Ole Miss win, because he has learned so much from the 2 passes Connor has thrown in his 2+ years here.

And a lot of these numbers are misleading. E.g, the pass the QB has to make on these sideline screens that Coach Norvell runs a lot is not an easy throw. QB has to take the snap, quickly turn and throw firmly and accurately to the outside receiver. Many college QB's cannot make that throw. QB can't step into it, but also can't float it, has to turn, plant, and throw. Brady is very good at these 25 yard throws. But on this list, they would show up as a zero yard throw because they are completed behind the line of scrimmage.

He's not as good as Paxton, but when are we going to have another QB drafted in the 1st round? Or even drafted at all? Barring injury, Brady will be the starting QB for another 25 or so games. Going to get real old complaining about him on every missed throw.

Quote:Sometime in the off season someone commented that he couldn't wait for the season to start so some "fan" could start a replace Tubby Smith thread.

Quote:Coach Tubby Smith gets his first AAC win against a solid mid level opponent, and many still complain. Used to be the same few, now they have picked up followers.

I tweaked it for you. This might as well be a copy and paste of all your clown posts for a full 2 years telling everyone how smart you were, how great Tubby was, how stupid they were for doubting how great Tubby was, and defending him even after he was fired.

I've had the clown Canadian on ignore for years. Him and CUSA. Two Einsteins.

Now he's making up posts from his mom's basement in Canada. Posting all day on a school he didn't attend, nothing creepy about that. Lol.

You are definitely the clown show that was telling us that Tubby was doing a GREAT job, that we would never fire him, and we were stupid for even thinking that he would be fired or deserved to get fired. According to you, we were lucky to have him.

It took me all of 10 seconds to find the stuff you posted, because you made hundreds and hundreds of posts defending Tubby.

Hilarious stuff.
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(09-02-2019 01:26 PM)Stammers Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 11:57 AM)Pastnerized Wrote:  
(09-01-2019 09:43 PM)Stammers Wrote:  I just went back and mapped out every single throw that White made. I included the throws that were nullified by the roughing the passer and the illegal procedure; which had no effect on the actual throw. To allow for anyone to check on my accuracy, I have included the down and distance, in addition to the number of yards from the line of scrimmage each pass traveled. The line indicates the end of each drive.

The results are eye opening to say the least

1st/10 (-3)
3rd/2 (-2)
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1st/10 (-2)
2nd/9 (0)
1st/10 (30), Coxie wide open, the ball was late and he caught it out of bounds, incomplete
2nd/10 (-2)
3rd/2 (-4)
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1st/15 (-1)
2nd/14 (-5)
3rd/17 (-2)
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3rd/2 (33) Receiver covered
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1st/10 (17) Pop wide open; ball underthrown, had to go to the ground to catch it, complete
1st/10 (-7)
2nd/19 Ball grounded out of bounds
4th/8 Ball thrown out of bounds
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1st/10 (-2)
2nd/8 (-6)
3rd/6 (8) incomplete
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1st/10 (33) Dykes wide open, overthrown; play nullified by illegal procedure penalty
2nd/10 (19) Jones open, ball late and underthrown
3rd/10 (15) Out of bounds, receiver covered
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No throws on our 35 yard TD drive
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1st/10 (19) Taylor wide open, complete
2nd/7 (18) Incomplete, ball was late and underthrown, but Coxie was well covered
1st/10 (2)
2nd/2 (-8) Interception
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1st/10 (0)
3rd/20 (-1)
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1st/10 (12) complete
3rd/11 (10) complete
4th/1 (-3)
2nd/8 (22) receiver wide open, complete
3rd/4 (3)

By Yardage Traveled
0> yards
16

1-5 yards
2

6-10 yards
2

11-15 yards
2

16-20 yards
4

21-25 yards
1

26< yards
3

Throw Away/Out Of Bounds
2

Many surprises at both ends.
- A full half of White's passes (16) never crossed the line of scrimmage; including many in long down and distance

- A full 1/3 of White's passes traveled more than 10 yards past the line of scrimmage. I thought it was less

- The biggest surprise; on most of the passes that traveled 10 yards or more, our receivers were wide open

- Another 2nd half shutout for the offense

- On our 2nd touchdown drive of 35 yards, all of the yards were on the ground


Throws Of 10+ Yards
30 Open, incomplete
17 Open, complete
19 Open, incomplete
33 Covered, incomplete
39 Open, incomplete (nullified by procedure penalty)
19 Open, complete
18 Covered, incomplete
12 Open, complete
10 Open, complete
22 Open, complete

So the narrative is often that our receivers can't get open, can't get separation; but again, if you look at all of the longer throws our receivers were almost always open and often wide open.

So says you by your interpretation of this tripe you posted.

So, bottom line, are you saying Brady White is the best we have or are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

Should Norvell move Bryce Huff to QB because he can throw a ball 70yds. downfield??

What's your deal, man?

The full game is on YouTube. Be my guest and find a play where I haven't accurately described it.
Quote:are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

What solution? He is our quarterback and that's it. The solution is to recruit a better quarterback. If posters could just see him for what he is, it wouldn't be a big deal. White doesn't owe us anything and it's not his fault that he isn't Lynch or Ferguson.

I make posts like this when posters like you try to make it seem like He is a very good quarterback. We have posters who somehow give him credit when Henderson bangs out a 60 yard run.

We put up 2 touchdowns. We got shut out in the 2nd half again. On our touchdown drive of 35 yards, White didn't throw a single pass.

Thank God our defense played well. If it hadn't played a spectacular game, we would have lost to a crappy Ole Piss team by 2 touchdowns.

I'm not so much trashing White, as I am defending our talented group of wide receivers and tight ends. Since the beginning of last season, we have been hearing about how our receivers can't get open and aren't that good. Yesterday, our receivers were wide open all over the field on long throws. It is a complete myth.

You're chasing your own tail, bud.
You mad to make it seem like you know of what you speak.e that convoluted elaborate post to make it seem you know something. You don't.

You made that post trying to prove we need a diff QB.
Who has said that Brady is great?
Ans.: NO ONE THAT I'VE READ.
You should just quit and back off while you're only 20 down.
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(09-02-2019 08:34 PM)shirley temple Wrote:  I’ve watched way to much football this weekend, and after seeing our qb looking exactly like last year, every team I see I think, could Brady play for this team, and unfortunately I can’t find 1. This is my honest opinion. I’m not sure Oklahoma beats Houston without a Hurts running abilities. It goes on and on. So I decided to be positive; he is on the one team that he can help! Go tigers

Shirley you can NOT be serious.


The Government Land Giveaway Cheaters have have several players who can run the ball at least as well as, and possibly better than, Hurts, they just don't happen to play QB and touch the ball on every play.
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(09-02-2019 09:50 PM)Pastnerized Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 01:26 PM)Stammers Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 11:57 AM)Pastnerized Wrote:  
(09-01-2019 09:43 PM)Stammers Wrote:  I just went back and mapped out every single throw that White made. I included the throws that were nullified by the roughing the passer and the illegal procedure; which had no effect on the actual throw. To allow for anyone to check on my accuracy, I have included the down and distance, in addition to the number of yards from the line of scrimmage each pass traveled. The line indicates the end of each drive.

The results are eye opening to say the least

1st/10 (-3)
3rd/2 (-2)
------------
1st/10 (-2)
2nd/9 (0)
1st/10 (30), Coxie wide open, the ball was late and he caught it out of bounds, incomplete
2nd/10 (-2)
3rd/2 (-4)
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1st/15 (-1)
2nd/14 (-5)
3rd/17 (-2)
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3rd/2 (33) Receiver covered
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1st/10 (17) Pop wide open; ball underthrown, had to go to the ground to catch it, complete
1st/10 (-7)
2nd/19 Ball grounded out of bounds
4th/8 Ball thrown out of bounds
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1st/10 (-2)
2nd/8 (-6)
3rd/6 (8) incomplete
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1st/10 (33) Dykes wide open, overthrown; play nullified by illegal procedure penalty
2nd/10 (19) Jones open, ball late and underthrown
3rd/10 (15) Out of bounds, receiver covered
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No throws on our 35 yard TD drive
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1st/10 (19) Taylor wide open, complete
2nd/7 (18) Incomplete, ball was late and underthrown, but Coxie was well covered
1st/10 (2)
2nd/2 (-8) Interception
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1st/10 (0)
3rd/20 (-1)
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1st/10 (12) complete
3rd/11 (10) complete
4th/1 (-3)
2nd/8 (22) receiver wide open, complete
3rd/4 (3)

By Yardage Traveled
0> yards
16

1-5 yards
2

6-10 yards
2

11-15 yards
2

16-20 yards
4

21-25 yards
1

26< yards
3

Throw Away/Out Of Bounds
2

Many surprises at both ends.
- A full half of White's passes (16) never crossed the line of scrimmage; including many in long down and distance

- A full 1/3 of White's passes traveled more than 10 yards past the line of scrimmage. I thought it was less

- The biggest surprise; on most of the passes that traveled 10 yards or more, our receivers were wide open

- Another 2nd half shutout for the offense

- On our 2nd touchdown drive of 35 yards, all of the yards were on the ground


Throws Of 10+ Yards
30 Open, incomplete
17 Open, complete
19 Open, incomplete
33 Covered, incomplete
39 Open, incomplete (nullified by procedure penalty)
19 Open, complete
18 Covered, incomplete
12 Open, complete
10 Open, complete
22 Open, complete

So the narrative is often that our receivers can't get open, can't get separation; but again, if you look at all of the longer throws our receivers were almost always open and often wide open.

So says you by your interpretation of this tripe you posted.

So, bottom line, are you saying Brady White is the best we have or are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

Should Norvell move Bryce Huff to QB because he can throw a ball 70yds. downfield??

What's your deal, man?

The full game is on YouTube. Be my guest and find a play where I haven't accurately described it.
Quote:are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

What solution? He is our quarterback and that's it. The solution is to recruit a better quarterback. If posters could just see him for what he is, it wouldn't be a big deal. White doesn't owe us anything and it's not his fault that he isn't Lynch or Ferguson.

I make posts like this when posters like you try to make it seem like He is a very good quarterback. We have posters who somehow give him credit when Henderson bangs out a 60 yard run.

We put up 2 touchdowns. We got shut out in the 2nd half again. On our touchdown drive of 35 yards, White didn't throw a single pass.

Thank God our defense played well. If it hadn't played a spectacular game, we would have lost to a crappy Ole Piss team by 2 touchdowns.

I'm not so much trashing White, as I am defending our talented group of wide receivers and tight ends. Since the beginning of last season, we have been hearing about how our receivers can't get open and aren't that good. Yesterday, our receivers were wide open all over the field on long throws. It is a complete myth.

You're chasing your own tail, bud.
You mad to make it seem like you know of what you speak.e that convoluted elaborate post to make it seem you know something. You don't.

You made that post trying to prove we need a diff QB.
Who has said that Brady is great?
Ans.: NO ONE THAT I'VE READ.
You should just quit and back off while you're only 20 down.

He's 100% right. Facts are facts. There's nothing to argue about. Close it down. We're going nowhere with Brady White as our QB. We're going to the bull**** bowl with him at the helm. It is what it is.
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(09-02-2019 09:50 PM)Pastnerized Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 01:26 PM)Stammers Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 11:57 AM)Pastnerized Wrote:  
(09-01-2019 09:43 PM)Stammers Wrote:  I just went back and mapped out every single throw that White made. I included the throws that were nullified by the roughing the passer and the illegal procedure; which had no effect on the actual throw. To allow for anyone to check on my accuracy, I have included the down and distance, in addition to the number of yards from the line of scrimmage each pass traveled. The line indicates the end of each drive.

The results are eye opening to say the least

1st/10 (-3)
3rd/2 (-2)
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1st/10 (-2)
2nd/9 (0)
1st/10 (30), Coxie wide open, the ball was late and he caught it out of bounds, incomplete
2nd/10 (-2)
3rd/2 (-4)
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1st/15 (-1)
2nd/14 (-5)
3rd/17 (-2)
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3rd/2 (33) Receiver covered
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1st/10 (17) Pop wide open; ball underthrown, had to go to the ground to catch it, complete
1st/10 (-7)
2nd/19 Ball grounded out of bounds
4th/8 Ball thrown out of bounds
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1st/10 (-2)
2nd/8 (-6)
3rd/6 (8) incomplete
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1st/10 (33) Dykes wide open, overthrown; play nullified by illegal procedure penalty
2nd/10 (19) Jones open, ball late and underthrown
3rd/10 (15) Out of bounds, receiver covered
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No throws on our 35 yard TD drive
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1st/10 (19) Taylor wide open, complete
2nd/7 (18) Incomplete, ball was late and underthrown, but Coxie was well covered
1st/10 (2)
2nd/2 (-8) Interception
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1st/10 (0)
3rd/20 (-1)
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1st/10 (12) complete
3rd/11 (10) complete
4th/1 (-3)
2nd/8 (22) receiver wide open, complete
3rd/4 (3)

By Yardage Traveled
0> yards
16

1-5 yards
2

6-10 yards
2

11-15 yards
2

16-20 yards
4

21-25 yards
1

26< yards
3

Throw Away/Out Of Bounds
2

Many surprises at both ends.
- A full half of White's passes (16) never crossed the line of scrimmage; including many in long down and distance

- A full 1/3 of White's passes traveled more than 10 yards past the line of scrimmage. I thought it was less

- The biggest surprise; on most of the passes that traveled 10 yards or more, our receivers were wide open

- Another 2nd half shutout for the offense

- On our 2nd touchdown drive of 35 yards, all of the yards were on the ground


Throws Of 10+ Yards
30 Open, incomplete
17 Open, complete
19 Open, incomplete
33 Covered, incomplete
39 Open, incomplete (nullified by procedure penalty)
19 Open, complete
18 Covered, incomplete
12 Open, complete
10 Open, complete
22 Open, complete

So the narrative is often that our receivers can't get open, can't get separation; but again, if you look at all of the longer throws our receivers were almost always open and often wide open.

So says you by your interpretation of this tripe you posted.

So, bottom line, are you saying Brady White is the best we have or are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

Should Norvell move Bryce Huff to QB because he can throw a ball 70yds. downfield??

What's your deal, man?

The full game is on YouTube. Be my guest and find a play where I haven't accurately described it.
Quote:are you just going to be Stammers and ***** about something and offer no solution?

What solution? He is our quarterback and that's it. The solution is to recruit a better quarterback. If posters could just see him for what he is, it wouldn't be a big deal. White doesn't owe us anything and it's not his fault that he isn't Lynch or Ferguson.

I make posts like this when posters like you try to make it seem like He is a very good quarterback. We have posters who somehow give him credit when Henderson bangs out a 60 yard run.

We put up 2 touchdowns. We got shut out in the 2nd half again. On our touchdown drive of 35 yards, White didn't throw a single pass.

Thank God our defense played well. If it hadn't played a spectacular game, we would have lost to a crappy Ole Piss team by 2 touchdowns.

I'm not so much trashing White, as I am defending our talented group of wide receivers and tight ends. Since the beginning of last season, we have been hearing about how our receivers can't get open and aren't that good. Yesterday, our receivers were wide open all over the field on long throws. It is a complete myth.

You're chasing your own tail, bud.
You mad to make it seem like you know of what you speak.e that convoluted elaborate post to make it seem you know something. You don't.

You made that post trying to prove we need a diff QB.
Who has said that Brady is great?
Ans.: NO ONE THAT I'VE READ.
You should just quit and back off while you're only 20 down.

My post broke down every single passing play and my subsequent posts have been directly in response to that. Yours are all incoherent weirdo responses.
09-02-2019 11:18 PM
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(09-02-2019 09:29 PM)Tigx Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 09:27 PM)sherekhan Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 09:21 PM)Tigx Wrote:  
(09-02-2019 07:27 PM)TiminMem23 Wrote:  These “did not we win?” posts are ridiculous and short sighted. You’d probably be the ones in the path of Dorian who’d say “it was sunny today, we are fine.”

Ole Miss is GARBAGE. One of the worst teams in college football and might not win 2 games this year.

We have some serious flaws on offense, and it starts with Cindy Brady White.

Hey clown, how about let’s see if you have any cojones or just a big mouth? Another great “fan”, insulting a Tiger player.

Since “Ole Miss is garbage” according to you, they should have no chance against Arkansas this Saturday.

I’ll take the Rebs, you take the Hogs. If the Rebs win, you leave the board for the rest of the year. Same for me if the Hogs win. 450 Bench can enforce it.

Deal? Or are you just all mouth and no balls?

Yea, Ole Miss wins by 7. 03-wink

Let’s see if big mouth TiminMem has any gonads. We already know he knows nothing about football.

Negative. It appears you don't understand basic logic. Have you heard anything about Arkansas football the last several years? They are also very, very bad. In fact, I think it's safe to say that Ole Miss and Arkansas are the two worst teams in the SEC.

Why would I bet on a game pitting the two worst teams in the SEC against each other?
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