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JUCO WR Jaron Woodyard [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

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Great news. Hopefully now Walters can really focus on landing two great WR prospects in this class.

 

what number is he gonna wear? Stan didn’t leave.

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1 hour ago, Warrior10 said:

Let's see teams disrespect our vertical threat ability now.

 

Been going on for far too long.

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The vertical threat wasn't being disrespected....it's just not hard to cover when you only release 2 receivers, the routes take 25 seconds to develop, and the 8 man protection scheme can't block 4 rushers. To be fair, 2 of the 8 were slot receivers that motioned back towards the formation.

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14 minutes ago, brophog said:

The vertical threat wasn't being disrespected....it's just not hard to cover when you only release 2 receivers, the routes take 25 seconds to develop, and the 8 man protection scheme can't block 4 rushers. To be fair, 2 of the 8 were slot receivers that motioned back towards the formation.

WCO.

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41 minutes ago, Warrior10 said:

WCO.

 

We are going way off topic now, but I find your response to my (only slightly) exaggerated explanation funny in the context of what the actual (before it was homogenized into nothingness) defining characteristics of the west coast offense.

 

I don't know what to call Riley's assault on offensive football, but read this and tell me it describes his offense. Below is a quote that definitely describes his Nebraska QBs.

 

http://smartfootball.com/gameplanning/can-the-west-coast-offense-work-anywhere-besides-the-nfl

 

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Walsh’s quarterbacks became great by what they didn’t do: they didn’t throw incompletions (Walsh’s quarterbacks consistently completed over 60% of their passes, and occasionally closer to 70%), they didn’t throw interceptions (the interception rate per pass attempt went way down) ; and they didn’t take sacks, owing to Walsh’s meticulousness about their not holding on to the ball too long.

 

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