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Subject: Re: conditioning/depth

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Date Posted: 06:49:21 09/29/18 Sat
In reply to: Tiger81 's message, "Re: conditioning/depth" on 05:56:56 09/29/18 Sat

Just a brief addendum.
With all of the injuries last year, we were able to develop many younger players. This has resulted in depth along both lines that allows the tigers to wear down the opponents in the second half. And this is without Holuba. Hopefully he can return this year.
Lovett is causing all sorts of problems for defenses. He is hard to blitz because he sees the field so well that he will take off. He is not quite as accurate as Kanoff (who is?), but accurate enough.
As you correctly point out, it is still early in the season.

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Date Posted: 07:40:04 09/29/18 Sat

Perhaps this is simply echoing comments from the TV announcers, which may not be accurate, but it seemed kike Tigers are a bit bigger and/or faster overall (or were, last night) than their opponents at the skill positions.

Lovett is a remarkable player and fun to watch but I too would like to see someone else share the load a bit more, especially in games that are not so close.

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Date Posted: 09:39:33 09/29/18 Sat

I share your sentiments, but over the last two years we’ve seen many looks and patterns that have been completely missing in the first three games, I suspect because (as the announcers also noted) nobody has stopped the simpler stuff. The gorgeous reverse to Eaddy last night is an obvious example. Bang, TD. They certainly have every motivation to do the same next week against Lehigh and save the truly nasty stuff for the big Ivies later. And then there’s Brown 10/13....

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