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Trap game.

ECU 1-5 but fear a trap game.

Beat @USF 44-24 an easier win that we had.

Lost 27-23 to a mediocre Navy team.
Lost beat a good Tulsa team only by 4 (34-30).

I hope they all remember last years game.
 
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They won't beat us here. 38-13 or something like that.
 
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This would only be a trap game if we had that ridiculous flight/bus ride to their place. At home it’s a beating.
 
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UC can’t just win this game. They need to win with style points. It needs to be a 30+ point beat down.
 
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It will be a massacre. Cats will not be happy about getting down graded in the polls.
 
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I know it's really not the way our team is built, but hopefully Ridder connects on a couple of the deep balls his missed against Houston and this one can elevate from "blowout" to "massacre" as rtaylor predicts. If we can beat Memphis 49-10, surely we can put a comparable or even bigger asswhoopin' on ECU.
 
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Need to put the hefty lefty on his @$$. Just let him back there and pick us apart last year.

CALLING #21...
 
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ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).
 
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No way we can lose with Virtual Sellout!
 
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Bearcats win by 300.
 
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(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.
 
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(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.

Good post.

I trust that UC will make last year's game films required viewing. The game at ECU last year was ridiculous. I hope that the defense is ready for some payback.
 
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(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.
raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.


Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.


Renfro and O'Quinn are driving dudes off the line of scrimmage, helping that run game (with the inside handoff being a key staple). Earlier in the year, a few of us commented that Robinson and Cooper were getting stood up and in some cases pushed back a little. Also, I have mentioned before that I think Renfro snaps a better ball for Ridder. That extra hair of a second is just enough of a difference to give him a little more comfort in the pocket to throw the ball or to decide to take off if a lane opens.
 
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(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.

Ahlers is difficult to get on the ground. UC tried to tackle him a little high when he scrambled out multiple sacks and chucked up long pass plays. He is having a decent season again. DBs need to stay with the receivers and tackle the QB low.

The O line is playing so much cleaner this season, fun to watch.
 
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(11-09-2020 02:11 PM)SuperFlyBCat Wrote:  
(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.

Ahlers is difficult to get on the ground. UC tried to tackle him a little high when he scrambled out multiple sacks and chucked up long pass plays. He is having a decent season again. DBs need to stay with the receivers and tackle the QB low.

The O line is playing so much cleaner this season, fun to watch.

Ahlers went after Coby nearly every play it seemed like. The WR (Johnson?) I recall had something like nearly 300 receiving yards. But Ahlers was just making every throw. I'm hopeful this D will be ready for them this year.
 
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(11-09-2020 02:28 PM)Racinejake Wrote:  
(11-09-2020 02:11 PM)SuperFlyBCat Wrote:  
(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.

Ahlers is difficult to get on the ground. UC tried to tackle him a little high when he scrambled out multiple sacks and chucked up long pass plays. He is having a decent season again. DBs need to stay with the receivers and tackle the QB low.

The O line is playing so much cleaner this season, fun to watch.

Ahlers went after Coby nearly every play it seemed like. The WR (Johnson?) I recall had something like nearly 300 receiving yards. But Ahlers was just making every throw. I'm hopeful this D will be ready for them this year.

Yep, that was the game that I think really broke Coby's confidence and moved Sauce up to the #1 in that room. He hasn't been the same player since.
 
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ECU Coach Houston press conference quotes

Opening Statement:
"Quick turnaround. Saturday to Friday means everything got sped up pretty well. We came back yesterday and took a look at the film with the players. The coaching staff was back in the office early Sunday morning preparing for Cincinnati and got the corrections and adjustments from the Tulane game taken care of. We had a shorter practice yesterday. Concerned about getting the kids fresh for Friday night so we will go a touch shorter than normal early in the week. Tough matchup. Good football team we are playing. One of the top teams in the country obviously. It's an exciting matchup for our players. Being able to go on the road against an opponent of Cincinnati's caliber and playing on a national stage has our players and staff excited.

On Cincinnati's Defense:
"It's not just their defense but, looking at all three phases, it's their team speed. I think they run really well at all three levels. They have good size on the defensive line and those kids can really move. They run really well in the secondary and at the linebacker position. You'll see them play some drop eight where it's just a three-man rush and they are still getting pressure on people. They also bring a variety of pressures just like we do. People have struggled to run the ball against them this year. They've been very stingy."

On What Could Be Similar To Last Year's Game Against Cincinnati:
"It's the same players. When you look at their roster, the same guys have been playing for multiple years. They are seniors backed up by juniors across the two deep. We played well against them offensively last year. Tough game. We lost on a kick there at the end. Obviously, having to travel up there and playing on the road will be tough.

"I think they are much improved, even from the team I saw at the beginning of the year. Great depth across the board so I just think we are playing a really good football team Friday night."

On The Opportunity To Beat A Top 10 Team In Cincinnati:
"Having the opportunity to play against a quality opponent like Cincinnati is something I certainly cherish. I am excited about it. I think our kids will be too. Right now, Cincinnati is the top team in our league and will be until someone knocks them off. I've been there. I've been the bunch that is at the top. The tough thing about it is that you'll get everyone's best shot each week. It's hard to get the top, but it's also hard to stay there."

On Playing Well In American Athletic Conference Road Games:
"Our team has shown it can handle the travel schedule and playing at night. They have confidence in what they need to do to get ready. The big focus, home or away, is our preparation. When we have had great weeks of preparation, crisp practices and competition, we've played well that weekend. That's been my big focus with the team yesterday and will be today. They know it because they feel it. They go through it. They know when they practice well, they play well. Hopefully we will be ready to play at a high level Friday night."

On Cincinnati Quarterback Desmond Ritter's Threat As A Runner:
"He's obviously a legitimate run threat. He's their second-leading rusher. They have a lot of quarterback design stuff with reads off the back side of the run. With the way he runs, you have to account for him. It's something that will be a challenge this week. When a play breaks down, he can get a lot of yardage in quarterback scramble runs. I really think he's improved his play from the beginning of the year. He struggled some with turnovers, but I think now he's more consistent in taking care of the football and decision making. His ability to run certainly gives them more of a threat offensively."


On Attacking Cincinnati Offensively:
"We would like to be balanced. That's been consistent throughout. I don't want to be one dimensional. Tulane made us one dimensional last week. We've got to do a better job of being balanced this week. We're going to have to throw the ball effectively against Cincinnati, but we'd also like to run the ball effectively also. Coach (Donnie) Kirkpatrick and his staff have been working diligently since early Sunday morning to try to come up with a game plan that will give us the best opportunity for success."

https://ecupirates.com/news/2020/11/9/fo...uotes.aspx
 
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(11-09-2020 02:51 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  ECU Coach Houston press conference quotes

Opening Statement:
"Quick turnaround. Saturday to Friday means everything got sped up pretty well. We came back yesterday and took a look at the film with the players. The coaching staff was back in the office early Sunday morning preparing for Cincinnati and got the corrections and adjustments from the Tulane game taken care of. We had a shorter practice yesterday. Concerned about getting the kids fresh for Friday night so we will go a touch shorter than normal early in the week. Tough matchup. Good football team we are playing. One of the top teams in the country obviously. It's an exciting matchup for our players. Being able to go on the road against an opponent of Cincinnati's caliber and playing on a national stage has our players and staff excited.

On Cincinnati's Defense:
"It's not just their defense but, looking at all three phases, it's their team speed. I think they run really well at all three levels. They have good size on the defensive line and those kids can really move. They run really well in the secondary and at the linebacker position. You'll see them play some drop eight where it's just a three-man rush and they are still getting pressure on people. They also bring a variety of pressures just like we do. People have struggled to run the ball against them this year. They've been very stingy."

On What Could Be Similar To Last Year's Game Against Cincinnati:
"It's the same players. When you look at their roster, the same guys have been playing for multiple years. They are seniors backed up by juniors across the two deep. We played well against them offensively last year. Tough game. We lost on a kick there at the end. Obviously, having to travel up there and playing on the road will be tough.

"I think they are much improved, even from the team I saw at the beginning of the year. Great depth across the board so I just think we are playing a really good football team Friday night."

On The Opportunity To Beat A Top 10 Team In Cincinnati:
"Having the opportunity to play against a quality opponent like Cincinnati is something I certainly cherish. I am excited about it. I think our kids will be too. Right now, Cincinnati is the top team in our league and will be until someone knocks them off. I've been there. I've been the bunch that is at the top. The tough thing about it is that you'll get everyone's best shot each week. It's hard to get the top, but it's also hard to stay there."

On Playing Well In American Athletic Conference Road Games:
"Our team has shown it can handle the travel schedule and playing at night. They have confidence in what they need to do to get ready. The big focus, home or away, is our preparation. When we have had great weeks of preparation, crisp practices and competition, we've played well that weekend. That's been my big focus with the team yesterday and will be today. They know it because they feel it. They go through it. They know when they practice well, they play well. Hopefully we will be ready to play at a high level Friday night."

On Cincinnati Quarterback Desmond Ritter's Threat As A Runner:
"He's obviously a legitimate run threat. He's their second-leading rusher. They have a lot of quarterback design stuff with reads off the back side of the run. With the way he runs, you have to account for him. It's something that will be a challenge this week. When a play breaks down, he can get a lot of yardage in quarterback scramble runs. I really think he's improved his play from the beginning of the year. He struggled some with turnovers, but I think now he's more consistent in taking care of the football and decision making. His ability to run certainly gives them more of a threat offensively."


On Attacking Cincinnati Offensively:
"We would like to be balanced. That's been consistent throughout. I don't want to be one dimensional. Tulane made us one dimensional last week. We've got to do a better job of being balanced this week. We're going to have to throw the ball effectively against Cincinnati, but we'd also like to run the ball effectively also. Coach (Donnie) Kirkpatrick and his staff have been working diligently since early Sunday morning to try to come up with a game plan that will give us the best opportunity for success."

https://ecupirates.com/news/2020/11/9/fo...uotes.aspx

Bolded, it was like watching a video game last year with the all the pass completions from their QB. I kept thinking (or shouting at the TV), how can these guys be this good given their record? Here's hoping it isn't a repeat performance that sends the virtual sellout crowd home disappointed.
 
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(11-09-2020 02:28 PM)Racinejake Wrote:  
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(11-09-2020 08:08 AM)OKIcat Wrote:  
(11-08-2020 07:34 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  ECU is giving up 217 yards a game on the ground and teams have rushed for a bunch TDs. I suspect we’ll see a lot of Ridder, Doaks and Ford again for this one. This being said, ECU has been pretty offensively. This has kept them around games- they lost their last three games by 4,4 and 3 points respectively. By all rights they should have beaten Tulsa (thanks AAC officiating).

For whatever reason last year, UC made the ECU quarterback look like an All American. It was a very difficult game to watch as the Pirates raced up and down the field and UC seemed helpless to stop him most of the night.

I do believe the UC defense is actually a step up from last year's excellent group. But what's really been amazing is the transformation of the O line. Hudson, Renfro and others are affording the protection Ridder needed to be more effective. He was running for his life so many times last year and when he wasn't, the offense was often marching backwards with false starts. Amazing how that's all been cleaned up, especially against some of the conference's best opponents. Denbrock deserves some praise for this; he took a lot of heat from fans last season.

Bottom line: I expect ECU to compete; maybe score a little more than we've seen in recent weeks. But the Blackcat defense will continue to dominate and eventually break ECU's will. There is a reason the Pirates win-loss record is what it is and even a mostly empty Nippert at night will not be a welcoming place for ECU.

Ahlers is difficult to get on the ground. UC tried to tackle him a little high when he scrambled out multiple sacks and chucked up long pass plays. He is having a decent season again. DBs need to stay with the receivers and tackle the QB low.

The O line is playing so much cleaner this season, fun to watch.

Ahlers went after Coby nearly every play it seemed like. The WR (Johnson?) I recall had something like nearly 300 receiving yards. But Ahlers was just making every throw. I'm hopeful this D will be ready for them this year.

That's the biggest thing I recall as well. The guy was just on: from avoiding sacks to finding guys to throwing dimes. He made very few mistakes or bad throws. I'm guessing that wasn't typical from him so hopefully lightning doesn't strike twice.
 
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