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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Syracuse just ran a play with 1 wr, 2 te, and an h-back. Now they ran 4 WRs the play before. They run a variety of formations and personnel
    Still an air raid system and we are headed towards having a QB that can do what Shader is doing. You can like it, hate it, roll around on the ground crying and through a fit. Leach, unless he decides to retire, is going to get the time he needs to build this program.


    Deal with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    Still an air raid system and we are headed towards having a QB that can do what Shader is doing. You can like it, hate it, roll around on the ground crying and through a fit. Leach, unless he decides to retire, is going to get the time he needs to build this program.


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    LOL ... You won't see Leach running most of these formations I'm seeing so far. Just sayin.

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    It's an air raid passing system with a zone read running option concept as the base of his system. He ran this at BYU with Tayson Hill. If his talent is based on running the ball that's what he will do and that is spread zone read concepts.
    Last edited by Really Clark?; 09-23-2022 at 08:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    Still an air raid system and we are headed towards having a QB that can do what Shader is doing. You can like it, hate it, roll around on the ground crying and through a fit. Leach, unless he decides to retire, is going to get the time he needs to build this program.


    Deal with it
    So the preview of where we'd headed is an offense that runs reverses, uses 2 TEs, H-back, etc. Duly noted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Really Clark? View Post
    It's an air raid passing system with a zone read running ��*♂️ option concept in his system. He ran this at BYU with Tayson Hill. If his talent is based on running the ball that's what he will do and that is spread zone read concepts.
    I'll buy that now.

    ETA: I will add that I don't think Leach will incorporate the zone read running option anywhere near the extent it's being used here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    So the preview of where we'd headed is an offense that runs reverses, uses 2 TEs, H-back, etc. Duly noted
    Last time just for MS7. I never stated that we are going to do that. It's in the OP.

    So what would be the difference here?

    1- We will have a higher % of completions. (because more accurate QBs)
    2- More attempts. (in passing than that of Cuse)
    3- A QB in the top 3 rushing for positive yards. And I would think that will end up around 400 yards (because of a mobile QB)


    Just keep building the program!



    Your attempt to twit it to me saying we will use a TE is nonsense. Yes, we will be able to run the read option that is on the books and we have seen. Yes there are plays we do not run because we can't.

    Like I said, he is here for at least 2 more years (2025 is the earliest). You might as well learn to like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawgday166 View Post
    LOL ... You won't see Leach running most of these formations I'm seeing so far. Just sayin.
    Yeah, there are plays we do not run because they would fail due to the lack of running ability. No, we will not be using a TE. Yes, we do have the read option (like Mullen ran). Yes we will have a QB that when flushed, he can run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    Last time just for MS7. I never stated that we are going to do that. It's in the OP.

    So what would be the difference here?

    1- We will have a higher % of completions. (because more accurate QBs)
    2- More attempts. (in passing than that of Cuse)
    3- A QB in the top 3 rushing for positive yards. And I would think that will end up around 400 yards (because of a mobile QB)


    Just keep building the program!



    Your attempt to twit it to me saying we will use a TE is nonsense. Yes, we will be able to run the read option that is on the books and we have seen. Yes there are plays we do not run because we can't.

    Like I said, he is here for at least 2 more years (2025 is the earliest). You might as well learn to like it.
    So we're gonna look nothing like Syracuse, but you THINK we will use a mobile qb? Got it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackSailsDawg View Post
    Yeah, there are plays we do not run because they would fail due to the lack of running ability. No, we will not be using a TE. Yes, we do have the read option (like Mullen ran). Yes we will have a QB that when flushed, he can run.
    We don't use a read option like Mullen ran. You are confusing blending of concepts inside of different systems. You have to look at the blocking schemes and what is trying to accomplished inside as well. Leach runs a rear option inside his scheme but it's not the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    So we're gonna look nothing like Syracuse, but you THINK we will use a mobile qb? Got it
    That's what I'm hearing. Besides, right now, at this moment, this Syracuse O is boring the crap out of me. I'm a hating it **
    That happens when it don't go nowhere *

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    You know what’s funny, Leach did use a tight end at Tech one year and he was very good. 6-5 250-260 pound Samoan.

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    LOL

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    I also remember Leach used a traditional H back at Tech if I’m not imagining things, Clay McGuire who later became an o line coach.

    I was a tech basketball fan at the time when Bobby Knight coached and didn’t really care about Tech football and started following it kind of by accident.

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