Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buff_since76, Sep 22, 2015.
Thanks for doing that. Nice to see that Kronshage is more than holding his own in there. He might develop into a pretty good lineman.
Are there national averages, goal % or anything like that? Without it, it's difficult for me know where we stand.
Can someone explain to me PPP vs. the "overall" percentage rating that they show in the weekly reports?
Updated through Oregon now. Interesting to note, in the first 4 games there where 16 plays with pressure on the QB, and they added 13 during the UO game. Also doubled the number of sacks for the year in 1 game.
Stats tell me one thing: Lisella got eaten up. Hope the week of practice gets him ready.
He was also going against one of the top DE in the league. Not saying he was good, but he didn't have the easiest assignment.
True. But our offense went to absolute trash those drives. Was he getting help? If so, scary. If not, coaching failure.
Agreed. Was just setting context.
He's a redshirt freshman that most didn't project to even see the field until two years from now. Remember just two years ago he was 235... Going in cold against one of the best defensive lineman in the Pac-12 is tough for anyone. Is he ready for this stage? Probably not, but a full week of practices with the number one offense and knowing you are going to start can help.
Stats back up what I saw. Kough also just got destroyed.
Bernardi needs to go...he can take Neinas with him.
I'd have to disagree. He's one of our better position coaches. He's dealing with poor recruiting that took place 4 years ago. OL is the most exposed by having to play young guys. Losing two Left Tackles is kind of a big deal.
Lisella, Kough and Kronshage struggled. SO/SO/FR
Wow. Great work @Buff_since76 ! He better be drowning in gleeb from everyone who reads this thread. Fantastic info that really takes AB to another level.
Really good insight into the battle at RG along with the drop off when Irwin went down. Kronshage seems to be responding to the baptism by fire, but he's got to stay on the field.
I'm don't agree that Bernardi should be fired but he needs to step his game up a little this year. Lineman seem to be confused on a ton of pass protections and I honestly think callahan has looked way better than huckins. Losing two left tackles is very tough and I don't think lindgren is helping a ton with play calling but teams lose lineman all the time. CSU and Oregon started a walk on last year on the line and were capable offensive lines.
Really? You want Neinas to stay?
Completely agree. We need more of this kind of thing
In regard to Bernardi. I should have been more clear.
Stolen from CL34 on rivals. Check this out. Ducks go cover 3, Donovan Lee comes out of the backfield, Kronshage gets toasted on the inside move, 2d play of the game, and disrupts what would have been a TD to Donovan Lee (or a really long gain).
Holy ****, we have so many recievers open.
In that play, just one actually.
Sefo still should have made that throw.
Just has to move forward and not sideways when he throws and he will be fine.
Yeah. But that's a tough throw.
I don't get the Bernardi love. 3 years on the job and this is what we have to show for it?
Anything above a 40% for this week and we know how awful the grading actually is.
37 drop backs, 20 pressures, and 7 sacks were the last stats they showed in the waning minutes of the game.
Then Sefo got sacked again.
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