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Old 10-08-2007, 09:26 AM   #46
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Re: Props to the coaching staff:

Nice game plan and well executed on both sides of the ball. I do like the slants that were called often. With our speed we should be able to continue executing them!!
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:41 AM   #47
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The coaches called a great game today. Especially Gregg Williams. If he had two weeks to prepare for every team, Washington would go undefeated.

And I think that direct snap to Portis, Wildcat formation is setting up a touchdown pass from Portis to Campbell, sometime in the future.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:49 AM   #48
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But see I don't call having Portis run the ball out of shotgun "trick" plays. That is good creative playcalling. We should still run that stuff when Moss comes back. When you split the Qb out away from the formation it gives the offense an extra blocker.
Only if the QB blocks.

I understand why they won't pull Campbell out of the game, probably because they have a play off that involving him, but it'd be tough to stop if we put in an extra TE like both Yoder and Pucillo.

No one is expecting pass anyway, might as well get 10 guys to block.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:55 AM   #49
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The coaches called a great game today. Especially Gregg Williams. If he had two weeks to prepare for every team, Washington would go undefeated.

And I think that direct snap to Portis, Wildcat formation is setting up a touchdown pass from Portis to Campbell, sometime in the future.
Correct me if I'm wrong but they ran that play w/ only CP and sellers in the the backfield-direct snap to CP-w/ a 6-7 yard gain right??

The first time they ran it- JC was shotgun-direct snap to CP over his head right?

If I remember right it looked like it was blocked pretty good by our o line.

BTW...no one has mentioned the oline-not a bad job today for a oline down 2 starters.
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Old 10-08-2007, 10:02 AM   #50
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Only if the QB blocks.

I understand why they won't pull Campbell out of the game, probably because they have a play off that involving him, but it'd be tough to stop if we put in an extra TE like both Yoder and Pucillo.

No one is expecting pass anyway, might as well get 10 guys to block.

I'll bet Saunders, at some point, is going to pop JC in the chest with a pass on one of those plays. JC streaks down the sideline for 85 yards!!!
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I'll bet Saunders, at some point, is going to pop JC in the chest with a pass on one of those plays. JC streaks down the sideline for 85 yards!!!
Oh I'm sure he will try.

Heres hoping it doesn't end in an injury to Campbell, or a pick 6...or both.
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