Then I’d say one because that pass was on Sneed. Too late, too low, too hard.Montana37 wrote: ↑Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:27 pm
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We won but we did not play good assignment football against the option. A lot of times we were forcing the qb to make the pitch deep behind the line but nobody was picking up the pitch man. I thought the dline should have widened a lot more.
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That's because our perimeter defenders (especially Sandry) was being held badly almost every time they ran outside.
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I think it's a pick your poison thing. The Griz seemed to have decided, rightly I think, that Protheroe (sp), wouldn't beat us. That means the inside is holding a bit longer and "spying" which means that everything outside becomes more pressured. It also means that the QB's natural read is to take it to the perimeter, which leaves us forcing them to make the right play and a well coached team will do it right quite often.