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Meat versus Dead Meat Game thread

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  • ntxduckntxduck Member Posts: 4,124
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    trublue said:

    chuck said:

    trublue said:

    Meat has decided he wants to win in a certain way. Dominant OL. Run the ball down yer throats. Kind of like the 1960’s version of football (3 yards and a cloud of dust). Don’t know if he is able to let his OC’s do their job. Didn’t seem like it at Oregon.

    I’m not rooting against him. He worked his ass off and recruited like a SOB at Oregon; 3-0 against UW; and won a Rose Bowl.

    Wish him well . . . And glad he took some of the coaches with him . . . The D-Line coach and the strength coach (who got more airtime during games than anyone; he had a nose for the camera).

    This is a question not a comment. I don't have an opinion on this, hence why I'm asking.

    Having followed his recruiting and roster development for a while now would you say he recruits well to the system he wants to run or is he just taking the highest rated kids he can get and trying to fit them? Is that one of the things holding him back or are his offensive ideas just shit in modern times?
    Meat and his staff recruited like SOB’s . . . Worked really hard at it. Definitely love OLineman first and foremost.

    Arroyo was his first OC and they ran out of the the Pistol. The QB takes direct snaps with the RB aligned to the right of the QB.

    The Pistol is best run with a dual threat QB (Kaepernick @ Nevada-Reno). They run the ball a lot. The QB is in the option, but rarely kept the ball (because of risking injury to Herbert). At the PAC-12 Championship and Rose Bowl, Herbert was not used as a decoy and ran the ball well.

    After the 2019 season, Arroyo was hired as HC at UNLV, I believe. Was happy to see him go.

    Meat hired Joe Moorhead, a seasoned coach with a winning record as HC (vs. the Jon Don hire at UW). Morehead was fired at Mississippi State after having an above .500 record as Head Coach.

    2021 - Oregon’s running out of the Pistol again.

    At the end of the season, Meat and Moorhead were out. Meat to Miami and Moorhead as HC at Akron. Morehead couldn’t get away from Meat fast enough. He had a HC position lined up before the season ended.

    Essentially, both of them were not focused on the last couple of games, not that it would have mattered against Utah.

    Meat has a very strong personality and the fact that he was running the same shit offense tells me he is a great recruiter who tries to recruit the highest rated players to fit into his shit offense.

    Imagine what Justin Herbert would have done under a different offense, e.g., a pro style offense where they actually focused on passing the ball.

    Herbert was 6’6”, 235 lbs out of high school and did all three sports his senior year so he didn’t graduate early. Top notch student.

    Enrolled in the summer of 2016 and learned the playbook. Ended up as the starter after the latest grad transfer was a flop..
    That is not what the pistol is. What in the fuck?
    haie1to392831weretaken
  • ntxduckntxduck Member Posts: 4,124
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    edited September 21
    ntxduck said:

    trublue said:

    chuck said:

    trublue said:

    Meat has decided he wants to win in a certain way. Dominant OL. Run the ball down yer throats. Kind of like the 1960’s version of football (3 yards and a cloud of dust). Don’t know if he is able to let his OC’s do their job. Didn’t seem like it at Oregon.

    I’m not rooting against him. He worked his ass off and recruited like a SOB at Oregon; 3-0 against UW; and won a Rose Bowl.

    Wish him well . . . And glad he took some of the coaches with him . . . The D-Line coach and the strength coach (who got more airtime during games than anyone; he had a nose for the camera).

    This is a question not a comment. I don't have an opinion on this, hence why I'm asking.

    Having followed his recruiting and roster development for a while now would you say he recruits well to the system he wants to run or is he just taking the highest rated kids he can get and trying to fit them? Is that one of the things holding him back or are his offensive ideas just shit in modern times?
    Meat and his staff recruited like SOB’s . . . Worked really hard at it. Definitely love OLineman first and foremost.

    Arroyo was his first OC and they ran out of the the Pistol. The QB takes direct snaps with the RB aligned to the right of the QB.

    The Pistol is best run with a dual threat QB (Kaepernick @ Nevada-Reno). They run the ball a lot. The QB is in the option, but rarely kept the ball (because of risking injury to Herbert). At the PAC-12 Championship and Rose Bowl, Herbert was not used as a decoy and ran the ball well.

    After the 2019 season, Arroyo was hired as HC at UNLV, I believe. Was happy to see him go.

    Meat hired Joe Moorhead, a seasoned coach with a winning record as HC (vs. the Jon Don hire at UW). Morehead was fired at Mississippi State after having an above .500 record as Head Coach.

    2021 - Oregon’s running out of the Pistol again.

    At the end of the season, Meat and Moorhead were out. Meat to Miami and Moorhead as HC at Akron. Morehead couldn’t get away from Meat fast enough. He had a HC position lined up before the season ended.

    Essentially, both of them were not focused on the last couple of games, not that it would have mattered against Utah.

    Meat has a very strong personality and the fact that he was running the same shit offense tells me he is a great recruiter who tries to recruit the highest rated players to fit into his shit offense.

    Imagine what Justin Herbert would have done under a different offense, e.g., a pro style offense where they actually focused on passing the ball.

    Herbert was 6’6”, 235 lbs out of high school and did all three sports his senior year so he didn’t graduate early. Top notch student.

    Enrolled in the summer of 2016 and learned the playbook. Ended up as the starter after the latest grad transfer was a flop..
    That is not what the pistol is. What in the fuck?
    Also is there a base offense where the qb doesn’t take direct snaps?

    1to392831weretakenhaieCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • 46XiJCAB46XiJCAB Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 12,559
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    edited September 21

    chuck said:

    trublue said:

    Meat has decided he wants to win in a certain way. Dominant OL. Run the ball down yer throats. Kind of like the 1960’s version of football (3 yards and a cloud of dust). Don’t know if he is able to let his OC’s do their job. Didn’t seem like it at Oregon.

    I’m not rooting against him. He worked his ass off and recruited like a SOB at Oregon; 3-0 against UW; and won a Rose Bowl.

    Wish him well . . . And glad he took some of the coaches with him . . . The D-Line coach and the strength coach (who got more airtime during games than anyone; he had a nose for the camera).

    This is a question not a comment. I don't have an opinion on this, hence why I'm asking.

    Having followed his recruiting and roster development for a while now would you say he recruits well to the system he wants to run or is he just taking the highest rated kids he can get and trying to fit them? Is that one of the things holding him back or are his offensive ideas just shit in modern times?
    Probably some of both. He clearly likes linemen as we all know that part of his philosophy, so that recruiting is to the “system”, if wanting a big running game is a system.

    As to whether he actually overrides his OCs, who really knows. He’s responsible for everything anyway so it doesn’t really matter.

    I’d say my biggest concerns with him are conservative and, at times, not always, questionable to bad play calling. Calling TVD’s number to run really ever is retarded on a couple of levels, and on critical down red zone is retarded squared.

    There’s no question they are better now than they were without him. He’s a good initial clean-up guy when inheriting a circus. To get to the next level he needs to figure out how to get the ball vertical. It’s going to be uphill this year without Rambo but winners find a way. Use your fucking TEs Meat! He did the same fucking thing at Oregon. And, yes, he stubbornly runs when a pass is the right call. It’s like he distrusts putting the air. We? all want a big Ballz running game because it’s so demoralizing to the defense. But fuck you gotta take what’s there.

    Good news: 27 first downs. Bad news: 27 first downs.
    MC heaped praise upon TVD when he was hired, calling him one of the best in the country. Kiss of death for TVD. Before MC turned JH into bubble screen QB, he was launching bombs under MH and WT.

    An NFL scout was watching JH sling it around one Saturday in Autzen, before MC. He closed his computer and left at the half, told local reporters that he'd seen enough. UM fans are arguing about what's wrong with TVD. Easy answer, MC. I watched TVD last year, kid looked good when he got his big chance. MC got his OC and Michigan fans are not disappointed.

    I love the State of Florida. They brought WT and MC home.
  • 1to392831weretaken1to392831weretaken Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 6,275
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    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    trublue said:

    chuck said:

    trublue said:

    Meat has decided he wants to win in a certain way. Dominant OL. Run the ball down yer throats. Kind of like the 1960’s version of football (3 yards and a cloud of dust). Don’t know if he is able to let his OC’s do their job. Didn’t seem like it at Oregon.

    I’m not rooting against him. He worked his ass off and recruited like a SOB at Oregon; 3-0 against UW; and won a Rose Bowl.

    Wish him well . . . And glad he took some of the coaches with him . . . The D-Line coach and the strength coach (who got more airtime during games than anyone; he had a nose for the camera).

    This is a question not a comment. I don't have an opinion on this, hence why I'm asking.

    Having followed his recruiting and roster development for a while now would you say he recruits well to the system he wants to run or is he just taking the highest rated kids he can get and trying to fit them? Is that one of the things holding him back or are his offensive ideas just shit in modern times?
    Meat and his staff recruited like SOB’s . . . Worked really hard at it. Definitely love OLineman first and foremost.

    Arroyo was his first OC and they ran out of the the Pistol. The QB takes direct snaps with the RB aligned to the right of the QB.

    The Pistol is best run with a dual threat QB (Kaepernick @ Nevada-Reno). They run the ball a lot. The QB is in the option, but rarely kept the ball (because of risking injury to Herbert). At the PAC-12 Championship and Rose Bowl, Herbert was not used as a decoy and ran the ball well.

    After the 2019 season, Arroyo was hired as HC at UNLV, I believe. Was happy to see him go.

    Meat hired Joe Moorhead, a seasoned coach with a winning record as HC (vs. the Jon Don hire at UW). Morehead was fired at Mississippi State after having an above .500 record as Head Coach.

    2021 - Oregon’s running out of the Pistol again.

    At the end of the season, Meat and Moorhead were out. Meat to Miami and Moorhead as HC at Akron. Morehead couldn’t get away from Meat fast enough. He had a HC position lined up before the season ended.

    Essentially, both of them were not focused on the last couple of games, not that it would have mattered against Utah.

    Meat has a very strong personality and the fact that he was running the same shit offense tells me he is a great recruiter who tries to recruit the highest rated players to fit into his shit offense.

    Imagine what Justin Herbert would have done under a different offense, e.g., a pro style offense where they actually focused on passing the ball.

    Herbert was 6’6”, 235 lbs out of high school and did all three sports his senior year so he didn’t graduate early. Top notch student.

    Enrolled in the summer of 2016 and learned the playbook. Ended up as the starter after the latest grad transfer was a flop..
    That is not what the pistol is. What in the fuck?
    Also is there a base offense where the qb doesn’t take direct snaps?

    Yes. In the Seahawk's base goal line offense, quarterback DeeJay Dallas does not take the snap directly.
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