Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by west coast, Oct 18, 2009.
I wonder who Mangino would have started out of fall practices.
It's an audio clip of Mangino lower left side of the page
was that before or after he ate his post game water buffalo
Cody must have had a 20 yard head start. Or maybe they let him drive a car. Souped up golf cart atleast.
I like Mangino, he gets made fun of a lot, but I like him and he's a great coach.
Great stuff. I never saw any blazing speed but I saw him precisely step up and away from pressure, time after time after time. Charging lineman were most often missing on their first lunges, had to recover and try again and again. In the first half, Hansen scrambled out of the pocket on two consecutive plays and, on the second one, the D-Line were gassed. They were barely chasing him. I kept thinking - do another long, slow-developing pass play, let Hansen run around then start gashing them with hard runs up the middle. KU's DLine was definitely susceptible to running themselves down.
I agree, guy can just flat out coach, makes good adjustments and works really well with his players, always has his team ready to compete....
Hansen's arm is lights out better than Cody's. he throws the ball a little too hard at times on the screens but his arm looks like that of a real QB, no offense or put downs to Cody but it is obvious his arm strength just isn't where it needs to be.
Tyler plays with more wreckless abandon. Cody plays it safe.
Tyler puts his body in harms way more than Cody does (did).
Cody Mangino :rofl2::five:
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