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    Want a preview of where this system goes? Happening right now

    1st in the ACC and he is a former dawg!

    Syracuse switched to the Air Raid this season. They are 3-0 and look at the stats:

    Garrett Shrader RTG= 177.9. 8 TDs, Zero INTs. 66%. 77 attempts 709 yards.

    Now look at the rushing: 46 201 4.4 with 3 more TDs.

    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...stats/_/id/183


    He has also been sacked 6 times.


    So what would be the difference here?

    1- We will have a higher % of completions.
    2- More attempts.
    3- A QB in the top 3 rushing for positive yards. And I would think that will end up around 400 yards


    Just keep building the program!

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    If this is where it was going, why didn't we keep shrader? What leach team are you basing this on?

    Syracuse offense...
    126 rushes, 82 passes
    61% run heavy

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    Yeah I was wondering about this. Syracuse is a #RTGDF team

    This actually makes the case against what Leach is doing
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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    If this is where it was going, why didn't we keep shrader? What leach team are you basing this on?

    Syracuse offense...
    126 rushes, 82 passes
    61% run heavy
    First, I like you throwing out the stats and clearly ignoring #1 and #2. That should pretty much answer all of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    First, I like you throwing out the stats and clearly ignoring #1 and #2. That should pretty much answer all of that.
    Syracuse isn't an air raid team.
    We aren't gonna use someone like shrader.
    We are nothing like Syracuse.

    This thread makes no sense

    I would looooooovvvvvveeeee for us to be a run heavy offense with a mobile qb though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    Yeah I was wondering about this. Syracuse is a #RTGDF team

    This actually makes the case against what Leach is doing
    Nope. Switched to the Air Raid offense. Look at who Leach is recruiting. It's not that hard to see that Leach is looking to run it more. In fact we have been. Not sure how that is a "case against" Leach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Syracuse isn't an air raid team.
    We aren't gonna use someone like shrader.
    We are nothing like Syracuse.

    This thread makes no sense

    I would looooooovvvvvveeeee for us to be a run heavy offense with a mobile qb though

    Sir.. Syracuse switched in the off season to the AIR RAID!

    Q. I'm curious how you've kind of begun laying a foundation for your relationship with the new offensive coaches, coordinator and quarterback coach? What has that process been like, and how are you enjoying those guys?

    GARRETT SHRADER: It's been awesome. It all started with I have a little bit of background with air raid, the same system they came with when I played under Mike Leach, Mississippi State. That was good common ground. A lot of stuff we were running I already knew and was familiar with, so that was awesome.

    Anae arrived to SU and told his new offense that his main focus was improving their weakness — throwing the ball. The new air raid attack gives Shrader the opportunity to throw the ball frequently, something he’s always wanted, his father Tracey said.

    Robert Anae... The veteran OC, influenced greatly by Mike Leach’s “Air Raid” offense while working under Leach at Texas Tech

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    126 rushes
    82 passes

    I could tell you I look just like Brad Pitt before you get a look at me, but once you do, what I said is irrelevant

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    1st in the ACC and he is a former dawg!

    Syracuse switched to the Air Raid this season. They are 3-0 and look at the stats:

    Garrett Shrader RTG= 177.9. 8 TDs, Zero INTs. 66%. 77 attempts 709 yards.

    Now look at the rushing: 46 201 4.4 with 3 more TDs.

    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...stats/_/id/183


    He has also been sacked 6 times.


    So what would be the difference here?

    1- We will have a higher % of completions.
    2- More attempts.
    3- A QB in the top 3 rushing for positive yards. And I would think that will end up around 400 yards


    Just keep building the program!
    Air raid concepts are all over college football and the nfl. Leach has changed the way the game has played. Run heavy conventional attacks are not only outdated but the worst thing a have not could run to compete with the blue bloods.

    Of course some of these clowns think Dave Clawson would be a great hire, Lol

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    https://cuse.com/staff-directory/robert-anae/2890

    Damn, that's an impressive resume.

    He's definitely using some AR in his passing schemes but he has a RTGDF aspect we really should adopt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskeyPirate View Post
    Air raid concepts are all over college football and the nfl. Leach has changed the way the game has played. Run heavy conventional attacks are not only outdated but the worst thing a have not could run to compete with the blue bloods.

    Of course some of these clowns think Dave Clawson would be a great hire, Lol
    Oh the irony of posting this on a post praising a team that runs it 61% of the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Oh the irony of posting this on a post praising a team that runs it 61% of the time
    Can you spell Troll. The man who changed the way we play football goes by the name of Bill Walsh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    126 rushes
    82 passes

    I could tell you I look just like Brad Pitt before you get a look at me, but once you do, what I said is irrelevant
    Put that in there all day long. It doesn't change that it's the Air Raid system. Doesn't matter that you point to a "stat" to try and claim it's not the Air Raid. It is the Air Raid and the QB is being flushed and is taking off, not designed runs. Gordon was sacked 20 plus times. He rushed it 50 times. Minshew rushed it 56 times... sacked 13.


    What we are going to see is a QB that will make plays with his legs. How do I know? Because that's who Leach is recruiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrapGame View Post
    https://cuse.com/staff-directory/robert-anae/2890

    Damn, that's an impressive resume.

    He's definitely using some AR in his passing schemes but he has a RTGDF aspect we really should adopt.
    Which is what we are seeing. We are running more this year and he is recruiting QBs that can scramble.

    Go watch Shrader's pocket break down... what does he do... RUN IT!. We are headed that direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Oh the irony of posting this on a post praising a team that runs it 61% of the time
    No, He scrambles a large % of those. It's not designed runs!

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    They are tailoring their offense to Tucker and Shrader but it’s still the air raid. Shrader was completing 79% of his passes as of two weeks ago, that’s Robert Anae Leachs old assistant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskeyPirate View Post
    They are tailoring their offense to Tucker and Shrader but it’s still the air raid. Shrader was completing 79% of his passes as of two weeks ago, that’s Robert Anae Leachs old assistant.
    And what these guys refuse to see is that we actually have the option read in our play book. We don't run it because of the QB's ability. So I guess we should demand Leach do it anyway so the same people can complain about what an idiot he is knowing Rogers is not that guy.

    And I will say again.... a lot of Shrader's rushing attempts are those being flushed out. This goes back to the difference in a QB that can vs one that can't.

    We are running more. Having a QB that can scramble will add even more to it. Which is the point of the thread. Once the younger QBs are starting, we will see QBs that can and will take off.

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    Wasn't this the point of signing Chris Parson?

    A pass first QB that can run if protection breaks down.

    Not to mention he does throw a good catchable ball to receivers.

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    Are we recruiting any h-back/TEs?

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    So a team switched to the air raid in a single offseason and is having more success than we are when we've been running it for years now?

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