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    Coordinator and position coach interviews





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    Schmidt said they are looking at Clayton, Harmon, and Ellis for potential moves to TE with Goede.
    Everyone wants to be a beast...until its time to do what beasts do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy Jenkins View Post
    Schmidt said they are looking at Clayton, Harmon, and Ellis for potential moves to TE with Goede.
    Paging StarkvegasSteve and BlackSailsDawg....

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    Everybody wants to know about the system, going from Air Raid to Pro Style
    Hmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    Hmm
    Now, quote the rest of that sentence, the context, and the next couple of sentences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMDawg View Post
    Now, quote the rest of that sentence, the context, and the next couple of sentences.
    It's not going to change the fact that he runs a pro style offense and admitted it in that interview, and I told you weeks ago that he ran a pro style offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    It's not going to change the fact that he runs a pro style offense and admitted it in that interview, and I told you weeks ago that he ran a pro style offense.
    Lots of definitions of what "pro-style" means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    It's not going to change the fact that he runs a pro style offense and admitted it in that interview, and I told you weeks ago that he ran a pro style offense.
    Most everyone knew that. Big deal. It's not a traditional pro set with running 70% of the time offense either. That's what your delusional mind keeps posting about over and over. He is multiple. He is spread. He runs AR passing concepts. He runs a lot of different formations, motion, etc. Not the lie you try to paint.

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    As someone who's very skeptical of some of the offensive moves we made, the following sounded pretty positive to me...

    Looking ahead to the season, Arnett said Mississippi State?s offense in the passing game will ?heavily mirror? what it did for the past 3 years under Mike Leach. To call it a ?drastic change,? Arnett said, would be ?foolish.? Conceptually what we are going to do in the passing game will not be different from previous years, Arnett said, and added it would be ?stupid? to change when you have had success like MSU did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Really Clark? View Post
    Most everyone knew that. Big deal. It's not a traditional pro set with running 70% of the time offense either. That's what your delusional mind keeps posting about over and over. He is multiple. He is spread. He runs AR passing concepts. He runs a lot of different formations, motion, etc. Not the lie you try to paint.
    Plus ?pro style? doesn?t even mean rushing more than passing anymore. Out of 32 teams only 4 rushed more than passed this season. The avg rush to pass ratio in the NFL is like 43% run

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEDawg View Post
    Plus ?pro style? doesn?t even mean rushing more than passing anymore. Out of 32 teams only 4 rushed more than passed this season. The avg rush to pass ratio in the NFL is like 43% run
    The bigger issue is trying to make a pro style offense work in a conference where you do not have a talent advantage over every team you play. It's a much more complex system than the air raid. It's going to be harder for players to master what they have to do because they will not be getting the reps in practice like they did in the Air Raid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    The bigger issue is trying to make a pro style offense work in a conference where you do not have a talent advantage over every team you play. It's a much more complex system than the air raid. It's going to be harder for players to master what they have to do because they will not be getting the reps in practice like they did in the Air Raid.
    And all those extra reps in a simpler system helped us how?

    You are jumping to a conclusion with no basis and predetermining our players are too dumb to understand a new system. I'm not saying that there won't be a learning curve but his system is not near as hard as you are making it out to be. Even in the NFL you have a wide scale of easy to difficult schemes. It's not cookie cutter like you want people to believe. BTW, CML system was not as easy as you think either, especially for the QB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PMDawg View Post
    Paging StarkvegasSteve and BlackSailsDawg....
    Hey maybe Harmon has come around to the idea. I have no problem with any of them trying it if they are up for it and are willing to work. I just have caution on the idea that Harmon is automatically going to be a TE and be better. He got passed multiple times on the depth chart last year and I doubt it is because he was out of position.. Clayton and Ellis are strictly being put out there for bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    The bigger issue is trying to make a pro style offense work in a conference where you do not have a talent advantage over every team you play. It's a much more complex system than the air raid. It's going to be harder for players to master what they have to do because they will not be getting the reps in practice like they did in the Air Raid.
    our guys are not stupid. Our coaches are not either. We will figure out what works for our roster and adapt the scheme to that. At least that is what they will do if they want to keep their jobs.

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    if you even half way listened to them they said multiple times .... find the playmakers and get them the ball ..... now wether its by pass or run or by screen whatever way it takes.. sounds like to me that we will run what best suits our personel

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    Quote Originally Posted by BorneDawg View Post
    if you even half way listened to them they said multiple times .... find the playmakers and get them the ball ..... now wether its by pass or run or by screen whatever way it takes.. sounds like to me that we will run what best suits our personel
    He also says it all begins with the running game, so its obvious that he's going to try and establish that aspect of the offense even though establishing the running game is not important. Establishing the passing game is far more important.
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    I think a lot of apprehension comes from JoMo coming and being supposedly an offensive genius. I just remember two runs and then a pass attempt when they were behind the chains

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB21 View Post
    He also says it all begins with the running game, so its obvious that he's going to try and establish that aspect of the offense even though establishing the running game is not important. Establishing the passing game is far more important.
    Important enough that Coach Leach changed his philosophy to increase our rushing attempts significantly early in games this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Really Clark? View Post
    Important enough that Coach Leach changed his philosophy to increase our rushing attempts significantly early in games this season.
    And was going to continue running the ball more including recruiting more mobile QBs. By KB's standards Riley and Holgerson run pro style offenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Really Clark? View Post
    Important enough that Coach Leach changed his philosophy to increase our rushing attempts significantly early in games this season.
    Increasing your runs by a little bit early in games isn't the same as making the running game the focal point of your offense.
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