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Date Posted: 09/27/15 9:35:20am Sun
Subject: Re: Maybe we should run it up the middle. Again. From the shotgun.
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's message, "Maybe we should run it up the middle. Again. From the shotgun." on 09/26/15 12:31:55pm Sat
Weather just right, the outcome of the game, just right.
After the team got rid of its propensity to incur penalties in the first half, the second half was a beautiful thing to see. Both offense and defense were outstanding and I think that Jake Melville had a near flawless game. One thing, though, I would like to see 1 or 2 of the backup QBs get to take a few snaps in a game. I noticed that Bret Mooney never put a helmet on while standing on the sidelines. Does that mean he is injured or not in the coaches best graces?
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Re: Maybe we should run it up the middle. Again. From the shotgun. -- gate, 09/27/15 11:33:51am Sun
Great homecoming win for the Raiders!
Gorgeous, gorgeous day, and what a tale of two halves. The tipped interception at the HC 10 yd line, ugh...looked like another week of red zone points left on the field. Stopped on 3rd & 4th downs with an inch to go...and couldn't punch it in...my eyes swelled with tears. Fortunately, we returned the favor during a key point in the 2nd half and the payback was sweet. As predictable as our running play was in the first half, so were Pujals's passing plays...every single one of them to the sidelines for 8-12 yards. Thought he was a highly-praised recruit but his untimely pass interceptions have been Colgate's gain over the years.
Quazza's TD was a thing of beauty...don't hear his name enough, why??? With Greenwalt, Maddaluna and Quazza, our passing game could be a great complement to our running game. The clock control with our run is our bread-and-butter. I think many of Melville's passes are low, anyone else? I am still not sold on him but his stats after each game tell a different story, I guess.
No blocked field goals...and a bit better on the penalties. Thrilled for the win but not sure HC was our greatest test. Hopefully those tough, early games highlighted our flaws enough to fix some of them.
Have said it before...why did they extend Gilmore's contract? Rumors are Coen at Lehigh may be in the hot seat...again. Princeton offense looks good again this year and we play them in 2 weeks.
Run, Holland, Run!
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