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Yeah, I saw our guys winning against Pitt on 4 out of every 5 plays in the trenches. 80% sounds about right given how we dominated them....
I reckon we showed them. Need to e-mail them the grades and say "take that".
Harvard grad says to the community college grad: "I'm a better negotiatior than you because I went to Harvard." The CC grad says...."thanks for the shirt smart guy." Grades mean Shat without the result....don't publish them
I may be wrong but I believe that grading system on takes into consideration that you blocked "where" you were suppose to block on any given play. Say if a linebacker blitzed and you read it and stepped in and attempted to block. I don't believe the grading system takes into consideration that you got your @$$ handed to you and were blocked into the backfield by a defensive tackle or end. If it did, our o-line grades should be in the 20's.....
Good post. I don't re-watch losses and I don't really go back and diagnose plays. Whenever I say "offensive line" or "offensive line scheme", I sort of clump any type of blocking required to execute the play. We are also relying on walk-on FB's and lightly recruited TE's to be effective, not a great recipe when we like to run the ball. A scheme can look great on paper when executed properly, but rarely does it seem like the blocking as a whole is a winning unit.
Great post. I would love to get others' thoughts on this, too (as I delete losses immediately if I dvr them).
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