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swinging cody out wide really fooled em, not

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by west coast, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. west coast

    west coast Guest

    where the **** did he get these **** for brains ideas. about as smart as bringing the guy split wide around the end 9 times in a row. I thought a play that dumb must be setting something up, right? Nope
     
  2. SpacemanSpiff

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    Your friends are over here --> Direct Snaps are the Debil
     
  3. west coast

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    thank you spaceman, I was wondering does anyone else think this is some bull****. I mean maybe you set something up, or maybe once but aGGGHHHHH, it's not even worth going into
     
  4. SpacemanSpiff

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    I agree. I loved the play at first, because I thought they were using it to set up some razzle dazzle. But all we see is the same play over and over again. Granted, this play was really designed for B-Jax, who would add, at least the threat, of throwing from that formation. Until we get a RB who shows he can do that (Lockridge's attempt at Baylor won't get him many more tries), the play just guarantees that the D will rush to the line of scrimmage to crush the RB.
     

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