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  • #31
    Originally posted by IfYouAintLope View Post

    Are we really starting this one dimensional crap again
    Ask Harding. It took them three games to score one TD on our D.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by PSR View Post

      If NW controls the option, then UNK is done.
      I’ve been hearing if _____ can control the option, UNK is done since Davis got the starting job

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      • #33
        Hopefully NW remembers UNK’s ‘19 24-17 upset. They need a little payback.

        It’ll take their best game in all 3 phases to beat UNK.

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        • #34
          Went to the UNK vs Pitt game earlier this year...I saw a QB that could deliver on the money with guy's helmets in his chest. He's a much improved passer from 2 years ago. Our defensive back end is suspect. NW's D needs to clean up the mistakes causing critical penalties...hopefully, NW will allow the QB's to run it more than they have the past several weeks. O-line needs to be much more consistent too. Should be a fun game in front of a big Homecoming crowd! Go Cats!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by libertybearcat View Post
            Went to the UNK vs Pitt game earlier this year...I saw a QB that could deliver on the money with guy's helmets in his chest. He's a much improved passer from 2 years ago. Our defensive back end is suspect. NW's D needs to clean up the mistakes causing critical penalties...hopefully, NW will allow the QB's to run it more than they have the past several weeks. O-line needs to be much more consistent too. Should be a fun game in front of a big Homecoming crowd! Go Cats!
            You saw him deliver to wide receivers that didn’t have a defender within 15 or 20 yards of them. When they’re that wide open and you don’t have to put it in windows anyone can deliver

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            • #36
              Originally posted by IfYouAintLope View Post

              I’ve been hearing if _____ can control the option, UNK is done since Davis got the starting job
              Because it’s true.

              The word is, IF.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by GreenwoodBearcat View Post

                The one thing that we do good on defense is stop the option attack style offenses. Over the top is another story though.
                I agree NW plays the option well, their D ends are typically athletic enough to play the inside zone as well as get out and make the play on the option which is crazy impressive. And only giving up 42 rushing per game this year is an even more impressive stat. Still, UNK puts up 150 at least

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by NW Normal View Post

                  Ask Harding. It took them three games to score one TD on our D.
                  Davis leads D2 in pass efficiency, has 15 TD passes and is completing 65% of his passes. Without even looking I know Harding's QB's can't claim the same thing. Bison and Lopers are different option animals ,,,, hence the 24 points UNK scored in 2019.

                  I think Northwest wins but it won't be a walk in the park. Sorry to disappoint the Homecoming crowd.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by GreenwoodBearcat View Post

                    The one thing that we do good on defense is stop the option attack style offenses. Over the top is another story though.
                    Historically, yes. This year?

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                    • #40
                      I think it'll be a great game. First team to 20 wins.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by PSR View Post

                        You saw him deliver to wide receivers that didn’t have a defender within 15 or 20 yards of them. When they’re that wide open and you don’t have to put it in windows anyone can deliver
                        He actually threw some really nice balls in that game. Some even into tightish windows. For an option qb, he throws it well. If nw stays at home and cheats the run, he'll burn em.

                        I don't think their pass game is sophisticated enough to keep the nw d completely honest, though.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by NW Normal View Post

                          Ask Harding. It took them three games to score one TD on our D.
                          As I recall, it took the Bearcats a few tries to score their lone TD in that game as well. What was the final score? 7-6

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Predatory Primates View Post

                            He actually threw some really nice balls in that game. Some even into tightish windows. For an option qb, he throws it well. If nw stays at home and cheats the run, he'll burn em.

                            I don't think their pass game is sophisticated enough to keep the nw d completely honest, though.
                            It would appear we saw similar things...PSR did not.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by OldBison View Post

                              As I recall, it took the Bearcats a few tries to score their lone TD in that game as well. What was the final score? 7-6
                              NW scored on their opening drive and the offense didn’t do squat after that. Harding’s defense definitely had a lot to do with that. That was the shortest CFB game I ever attended, like 2 hours and 15 minutes.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by libertybearcat View Post

                                It would appear we saw similar things...PSR did not.
                                I know what I saw. His 3 TD passes was to wide open receivers.

                                He was 11-17-1 with an 18 yd per completion.

                                I’m not saying he can’t throw the ball, but he is not a QB that will beat you pocket passing.

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