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Date Posted: 09/13/15 11:16:32am Sun
Author: pigskin
Subject: Re: Today's game
In reply to: The Future 's message, "Re: Today's game" on 09/13/15 10:50:22am Sun

>I was going to say to '80 that the team Colgate had
>gained on was actually UNH--this game had the first
>meaningful 4th quarter in a long time. Feel a little
>differently about it if Goldrich was pulled and not
>put back in as opposed to hurt.

It's time to try Bret Mooney at QB. He's 6'4" and about 210 lbs. He was touted as a drop back pro-type QB who could throw the ball 60 yds. It's time for the WRs to run their routes - especially Quazza and Greenawalt - and let Mooney drop the ball into their hands downfield. This would open up the offense and give Wilkens and Holland some room.

BTW, I was thrown off the internet after the first quarter until the 4th. Guess I missed the Van Eeagan long interview but was able to see 'Gate actually look a bit better at the end of the game, or at least score. FWIW, The announcers need to be sure their mikes are plugged into electrical outlets, not the wind turbines. Onward to Yale!

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[> [> [> [> [> [> Re: Today's game -- analyzer, 09/14/15 5:33:49pm Mon

Thanks Mr. Mooney. I think he "looks" like a QB but Jake is quite good at all but one part of his job. Dropping back and putting the ball on target for more than an 8 yard in or out. And please stop with the bubble and flat passes, he just cannot do those.

Overall, Russell is a great runner but needs to stop with the dropsies. And get the usually reliable wide receivers some better stick 'em.

Defense hung in there all day against UNH after being demoralized against Navy. Tough go against Yale and then 3 straight wins against Holy Cross, Cornell, Princeton and Georgetown will have us at 4-3 or 5-2 and then the fun starts.

Quite worried that we end 2-2 at best (loss to Fordham and one of the 3 losses to LU, LC and Bucknell). That means we went 6-5 overall and 4-2 in conference, which is a very mediocre year kind of like kissing your sister.

Hope the guys step up and go 'gate.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> Re: Today's game -- agatefan, 09/14/15 8:38:28pm Mon

>Defense hung in there all day against UNH after being
>demoralized against Navy.

They gave up OVER 300 yards in the FIRST half and UNH put their backup QB in for the 2nd half...c'mon !!!
that's not exactly hangin in there!

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