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Offensive stats from UCLA game

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Shldr2Shldr, Oct 27, 2014.

  1. Shldr2Shldr

    Shldr2Shldr Club Member Club Member

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    31 1st Downs
    500 Total Yards
    267 Passing Yards
    233 Rushing Yards
    3-16 3rd down conversions (18.8%, not good enough)
    2-2 4th down conversions
    2 turnovers, -1 turnover differential
    35:05 T.O.P.

    First of all, our rushing performance was surprising and awesome. Adkins finally looked like he did near the end of last year. Lindsay looks like he could be the next Speedy Stewart and ToJo looked like the experienced player that he is. Very happy with our RB's Saturday.

    The offense leaves little to complain about really, other than the two interceptions. It was probably the most balanced and most complete effort to date. My biggest complaint with the calling was why we refused to run the ball in the 1st OT. We were killing them on the ground and we tried to beat them through the air.

    Sefo has to stop locking on to his hot route receiver. It makes it too easy for the defense. 1st INT he followed spruce the entire time and did not see the LB floating underneath. Too easy. 2nd INT he felt the pressure prematurely and did not set his feet properly and airmailed the pass, just a bad throw.

    1st INT is a fundamental thing he has to fix, the 2nd was a mistake that just kind of happens sometimes. Bad time for it though.

    The end of the 1st half thing was a team screw up. Everyone screwed it up from the coaches to the players. They have to pay better attention.

    Disappointing loss. Most disappointing because we are really about 5 mistakes from being 5-3 right now. Just heartbreaking. However that game was maybe the most entertaining game I have been to at Folsom since 2009. Great weather, good crowd, and the students were fantastic. The only thing missing Saturday was the win.
     
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  2. Bufffan68

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    31 1st Downs
    500 Total Yards
    267 Passing Yards
    233 Rushing Yards
    3-16 3rd down conversions (18.8%, not good enough)
    2-2 4th down conversions
    2 turnovers, -1 turnover differential
    35:05 T.O.P.

    We had a great game offensively. It certainly isn't our O that's losing games for us. I'm not sure what it is with this team, but they come out flat, spot them points and then have to crawl back. Play in the first half like you do in the second and we are pretty badass.
     
  3. buffaholic

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    I stand behind me assertion that hiring a dedicated RB coach would probably do little here.

    Really would like to see a LB coach who can do special teams.
     
  4. goalline

    goalline Jedi Master Club Member

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    It wasn't just in OT. We had at least one other drive going quite well on the ground. Then, after gaining a first down, threw three in-completions. It seems that if we decide to throw on first down, but if it is incomplete, we decide we need to continue throwing because we don't trust the ground game to go 10 yards in two plays. The first touch-down drive nearly died due to throwing as well (2 PI calls kept it alive), but gave us TJ's best effort of the season on the ground.
     
  5. BuffNut99

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    Defensive stat from UCLA game - 11 stops

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