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Date Posted: 09/28/15 9:00:16pm Mon
Author: Cr
Subject: Re: Maybe we should run it up the middle. Again. From the shotgun.
In reply to: CLE Raider 's message, "Re: Maybe we should run it up the middle. Again. From the shotgun." on 09/28/15 7:48:41pm Mon

>I have never understood the negative reaction to the
>play calling on this board. The offense has been
>predicated on the inside zone and gap scheme power
>with read options available. These plays are/have been
>used to set up the passing game, even when we had
>dominate receivers. Every offense has an identity, I
>bet Navy fans do not complain about running the triple
>option so much. You would think all of the negative
>feedback here that 'gate has had the same type of
>performance as Bucknell or Georgetown over the last 10
>years that we have been running this offense.

100% correct.

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