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i didnt want come right out and say it but he’s really really struggled in blocking this year to the point where it’s detrimental to the team.
i don’t know if last year he just didn’t have to do as much with our experience OL?
there was one play against colorado where he missed a block and then in an effort to circle back and make up for the miss he ran right into spiller who was charging towards a decent enough hole.
Comment 4 recs
Good stuff here.
The ol worries me way more than calzada right now.
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very curious to see how they do against Minnesota coming up
Comment 6 recs
i want to believe that but nothing about jimbo screams "holding stuff back to unleash against bama". he strikes me as we’re going to do what we’re going to do and that’s how we’re going to beat bama.
then again he did manage to unleash the kellen run game in 2019 against bama which was a bit of a surprise.
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i dont have the answers here but achane was 9 for 50 with one rush for 11 and one for 15, which means he was 7 for 24 the rest of the way.
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the way to beat us in 2019 was to play press man on our WRs and load the box. we couldn’t get anything done because our OL was meh and our WRs were too soft to get off the line. wydermyer should be the remedy for that because if he can get past the LBs consistently it forces the defense to soften up a bit, which lets us run the ball. but wydermyer didn’t have his best game.
we could talk for hours about how our WRs are soft and cant get off press coverage but it doesn’t matter anymore.
the other part is that there were times where WRs were very open and calzada just didn’t see them because he was locked into his first or second read.