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Subject: Re: Penn Offense


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joiseyfan
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Date Posted: 18:06:08 11/08/16 Tue
In reply to: PennLB 's message, "Penn Offense" on 10:15:49 11/08/16 Tue

The Princeton D line is very likely the best in the league, and the front seven is certainly the deepest.

Combine that with a singularly uncreative Penn game plan and no adjustments, and you get not even a FGA.

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Author:
Acob (Help from Brown)
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Date Posted: 09:42:28 11/10/16 Thu

Princeton may well have seen important clues from Brown second half shutout of Penn. Credit PU D staff for expanding on this. PU D is pretty good and seems game plan focused.

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holtsledge
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Date Posted: 10:50:29 11/10/16 Thu

is led by "You don't mess with the" Rohan Hylton

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joiseyfan
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Date Posted: 11:11:11 11/10/16 Thu

Brother of campus radical "Comrade" Hylton

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Calvin
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Date Posted: 11:54:51 11/10/16 Thu

Just like everyone else, they'll always have Paris.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Penn Offense


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jerrly
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Date Posted: 13:38:45 11/10/16 Thu

In my opinion, the Princeton pass defense is markedly improved this year. In the last two years, receivers were completely wide open. Not so this year. I think that the whole scheme has changed.

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joiseyfan
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Date Posted: 14:49:33 11/10/16 Thu

The prep has also been notable. Their INT against Torgerson that closed down the Penn game was clearly something they'd seen on film; there were two DBs ready to step in front of the receiver as soon as the pass was released.

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AsiaSunset
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Date Posted: 15:07:10 11/10/16 Thu

Princeton was better on both sides of the ball. Having said that, I agree that the play calling was questionable. Down 21 points with 12 minutes left Penn was still trying to run the ball. Additionally several of the 4th down pass patterns didn't take advantage of the soft spots in Princeton's very effective defense. We were predictable and they were prepared

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Bengal
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Date Posted: 23:15:57 11/10/16 Thu

There is more pressure up front this year. A boost for our secondary.

I was wondering what the story is about the Penn offense -- shut out for 6 straight quarters. I did not remotely expect that, even with the P defense rising to the occasion.

I don't know if this portends a Penn offensive outburst Friday night as I hope, or if something else is going on re that offense. Princeton needs to avoid a letdown and stay focused in a game at Yale we should win. One upset this week is enough. It is the first of two games that could salvage Yale's disappointing season.

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