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High Rotation...poor play clock management????

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by B1Buff, Sep 8, 2009.

  1. B1Buff

    B1Buff Active Member

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    One more question to ponder:

    Why is it that we were under such a heavy offensive personnel rotation and Cody is running to the sideline every play to get the plays in and running the play clock down to 0 on nearly every snap. Here is a weird idea...run the play in with a substitution. i know it seems a little obvious, but I don't make the kind of money Hawk does to think of these things. We did this in HS for phux sake!
     
  2. GoBuffs08

    GoBuffs08 Well-Known Member

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    Why on every play do we have 3-4 guys coming on or off the field? 1st and 10, you 11 are in. 2nd and 8, you 4 replace these 4. 3rd and 6, you 3 replace those 3.

    Put your best 11 on the field and let them play for more than 1 down. Make adjustments as the game plays out.
     
  3. 87toInfinity

    87toInfinity Well-Known Member

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    It isn't hard for the opposing d-line to know when the snap is coming when you don't get under center until 2 seconds are left on the clock..."pretty predictable" describes many aspects of this team.
     
  4. Mick Ronson

    Mick Ronson Well-Known Member

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    all the more baffling since a year ago (allegedly) we installed a "hurry up" offense. you'd think down two scores with 6 minutes left it's time to get into the "hurry up/two minute drill" mentality.
     

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