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  • #16
    LOL, "Let Davis run the double option with some RPOs mixed in." Everyone knows what UNK is doing, they're executing pretty well up to Saturday. I'm sure there were some lapses in that, or focus, and that's why the game was as close as it was. Unless UCM got much better, in 3 weeks of beat downs. The simplest explanation is probably best.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by GorillaTeacher View Post
      LOL, "Let Davis run the double option with some RPOs mixed in." Everyone knows what UNK is doing, they're executing pretty well up to Saturday. I'm sure there were some lapses in that, or focus, and that's why the game was as close as it was. Unless UCM got much better, in 3 weeks of beat downs. The simplest explanation is probably best.
      Glad somebody said it.

      UNK had a bad day and ucm is really hungry for a win.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by libertybearcat View Post
        Curious...anybody watch this game? UNK has looked really good so far this season and UCM has NOT...was surprised it was a 3 point game in Kearney.
        What's the story on this one?
        For one they started Twehous at QB instead of Bradley. He played against Northwest but the score by then was 33-0. He threw it well and they also caught UNK with the old halfback pass for six points. And their defense caged in Davis for the second time. Not many teams have done that

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        • #19
          Originally posted by IfYouAintLope View Post
          UNK struggled on D but figured it out second half. UNK kinda struggled with flags. Offense scored when It needed to
          Dosent help that UCM (probably) had the Loper playbook from last year with the transfer receiver

          UCM isn’t a bad team, record doesn’t show the talent and potential they have

          Like they say, they never ask how you win, just how many
          UCM (probably) had the playbook? Give me a break, this isn't a movie. Stupid comment. You think having a playbook would make a big difference? Do you realize they get actually game footage to game plan with?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Gridiron Bobby View Post

            UCM (probably) had the playbook? Give me a break, this isn't a movie. Stupid comment. You think having a playbook would make a big difference? Do you realize they get actually game footage to game plan with?
            Agree to disagree I guess

            Sure everyone has film, but that’s not the end all be all. I was thinking more of the basic fundamentals that aren’t always evident looking at plays that might only be run a handful of times a game. Sure its not a major factor in the outcome of the game, but it’s asinine to say it wouldn’t be of any help

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            • #21
              Originally posted by IfYouAintLope View Post

              Agree to disagree I guess

              Sure everyone has film, but that’s not the end all be all. I was thinking more of the basic fundamentals that aren’t always evident looking at plays that might only be run a handful of times a game. Sure its not a major factor in the outcome of the game, but it’s asinine to say it wouldn’t be of any help
              I'm guessing by your comments, you have never played the game. Film study is and always will be the best way to understand what an opponent is doing. Teams can run the same play and can have very different results. It is more about the athletes you have running that play. Back in my early years of coaching, i used playbooks. After a few years, it was evident to me that just learning the plays during practice was what it was all about. Good luck to the Lopes and I doubt they will need much luck as they are looking pretty good.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Kiss My Ass View Post


                Didn't help that Northwest (probably) had the Mules playbook from the transfer TE. Yeah, I don't think so.
                This is funny for a couple of reasons.

                Boda's playbook has been part of the formative offense for many Bearcat offensive coaches.

                UCM has a new OC as well.

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                • #23
                  What about the fact that UCM used a different starting qb the whole game. Even though they didn't win they scored more points than in previous games. This has to be the first time in over 10 years that UCM has not had an explosive passing attack. Maybe it will get better with the new qb.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Mule4ever View Post
                    What about the fact that UCM used a different starting qb the whole game. Even though they didn't win they scored more points than in previous games. This has to be the first time in over 10 years that UCM has not had an explosive passing attack. Maybe it will get better with the new qb.
                    Who played qb in that game?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Mule4ever View Post
                      What about the fact that UCM used a different starting qb the whole game. Even though they didn't win they scored more points than in previous games. This has to be the first time in over 10 years that UCM has not had an explosive passing attack. Maybe it will get better with the new qb.
                      fwiw i thought the mules offense looked completely different with twehouse at qb...

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                      • #26
                        The fact that it took three games to change qb's was too long. Our d-backs are not good and if you are only practicing against them it made your wide receivers look better than they are. Thus the Bradley experiment since he can stretch the field more IN PRACTICE. He failed in '18 and failed again in '21. Twehous will help the Mules offense and it showed on Saturday. A blocked and missed field goal were the difference in the game. UCM doesn't doesn't have a kicker who 'Boda trusts can hit from beyond 40 yards. A must at this level of football.

                        While not asking any players, I have a feeling that they trust Twehous more than Bradley. Heck, we even had a bit of a running game with two good experienced runners returning.

                        On to NESU where the Mules SHOULD Win.

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