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huKSer

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  1. 22 minutes ago, Moiraine said:

     

     

     

    I didn’t mean the flat tire. I mean it being Ralphie. They haven’t replied saying it was a joke so maybe it wasn’t but this doesn’t really say either way.

     

    Must be a guided missle Ralphie - even with the Husker invasion, I wager that less than 10% of the cars are Husker fans.  Very little chance that it was aimed at a Cornhusker

  2. On 8/31/2019 at 2:37 PM, Moiraine said:

     

    None of this matters, because I'm perfectly fine with them using rules that gets the plays you're referring to called, and I think it's possible to separate them. You're ignoring the fact I just said it would be fine to make the Kenny Bell hit a penalty. That's exactly the type of play you're talking about. They can call them on players who launch into the defender or who make violent hits. Even if it's still subjective, it would prevent some of the dumber calls we've seen with this rule.

     

    People have been documenting these calls closely so far, and the ones I've seen called were ones where the player was not at full speed, the hit was not dangerous, it was not jarring, and it was not violent. I saw one where the blocker hit the defender so lightly on a kickoff return he probably didn't even know he'd been touched.

     

    I seem to remember that it was called a penalty.

  3. On 8/26/2019 at 1:43 PM, 307husker said:

    Can we just have our defensive linemen line up backwards, back their way through the line before spinning around untouched in the backfield???  It's a thought...  :P

     

    I remember reading that back in the 20s or 30s when teams ran the full house backfield one college team had the center face the backfield so he could hike the ball accurately to any of the backs.

     

    And NO I DIDN'T SEE IT MYSELF!

  4. 7 hours ago, Undone said:

     

    Not really, honestly. Urban's offense used a ton of inside zone handoffs to big power backs. The backs didn't go out on pass routes nearly as much, and the receivers were built more like bigger bodied wideouts. The Duck-R position and all of the post-snap looks & positioning makes what Frost is doing very different from Urban's power run zone read.

    Did he run the Belly G?

     

    (When he did color for one of Nebraska's games

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