Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by sliderNcider, May 31, 2009.
Back healthy, knows what he has to do and is facing, and will have a healthy O-line in front of him. He could easily be one of the national breakout players of the year.
give the kid the ball 20 times a game out of the I and let's see what happens.
I was afraid to open this thread :afraid:
I hate to say this but i really wont be suprised if DS leaves. i mean he transfered highschools to get to a championship team. it makes me think he is prone to transfer and now with Jfly gone i think it is a matter of time. not to mention if he has another year like last year he is all but gone.
And he can use a RS year to sit out.
Pet unicorns are cute when they are puppies. But they grow up so fast and become a burden. Plus, that Boulder bank job for his mom was a total bust.
Darrell Scott Just finished moving into my new place on the hill. Back to work on monday.
I'm not too worried about Scott. I know that have JFly here was important to him, but he wouldn't be here if that was the ONLY reason.
Besides, he should be excited for the direction our offense is heading. Plus, he gets to benefit from having great RB's around him to help wear down defense, well reducing the wear and tear he experiences.
Scott is going to be fine behind CU's beastly offensive line !
More confirmation right there:thumbsup:
So how often will we see both him and Speedy in the same backfield?
Will it go up the middle with Scottt or will they run off tackle with Speedy? And just when you think you got it stopped with 8-9 guys within a few feet of the line, Cody is able to chunk one long out of play action.
i hear thats a main chunk of the offense
I'm guessing that we are going to have a blocker in the backfield with either Speedy or Scott. Unless we go to original T formation and have two halfbacks on either side, with two tight ends and no flanker. Actually, with our "depth" at wr that might not be a bad idea! All we need are the leather helmets and we're set.
heck, Utah, Boise and Florida all have split T type formations....with counter type, misdirection stuff in the backfield. pretty interesting, imo.
I'm talking about the original T formation (circa 1940's) with a fullback and two halfbacks, and two tight ends (just called "ends" back then)and no receivers. I was kidding, sort of. Any more transfers and we won't have a choice!
Florida and Utah run the spread option, particularly Florida. Those aren't really misdirection plays, those are triple option plays. Are you sure you want to advocate copying them on this board?:lol: The word "misdirection" is like chum in these waters.
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