Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Bone Buff, Jul 25, 2008.
I think the link is on crack, it won't open.
Really? it seems to be working for me.... Am I the only one that can get to the site?
edit: try this one:
could work as a play, but your qb(s) better have quick feet and get rid of it in a hurry.
Looks like our flag football offense. As soon as the ball is snaped, the qb starts scambling, then chucks the ball.
Talk about interesting! I really don't see how a series of corner blitzes wouldn't tear that system apart tho. The lone center requires consistent rolling out which means the defense could realisticially set hits DE's way out on the hashmarks and just send them in...
found a link for the offense in action.
Its seems like you basically just wait for a situation where a WR get matched up with a LB or is not covered at all.
The QB needs quick feet and a quicker release
huh. That was super vanilla compared to what I thought I would see. I mean, that offense is MADE for WR handoffs in motion.
I fail to see how this actually would help since you're still limited by having only 6 ball-eligible players, and the covered ones are known to the defense as the ineligible ones. All you're doing here is risking your QB's life. But maybe I'm missing something.
I saw a couple plays where the spread of guys just made the screens devestating. No deep passing plays that aren't rollouts tho. That QB was scrambling the whole game almost.
However, I think the guys who run this offense need to work on it some more, it is still very very very vanilla.
thats real? wow.
Could not have said it better myself.
hell, the double corner blitz is how I just murder those assholes online who roll their mobile QB's (almost always with a certain recruit for OSU) out on every play and then bomb away after one of their guys finally get open. It is great. 4th and 30 is a pretty regular occurrence until they wise up that the best player in the game is their RB.
We're talking about real football in this thread, not NCAA 09.
A-11 offense is pretty close to video game football. And corner blitzes WOULD work against it.
**** you! :smile2:
Quick question, how does declaring receiver eligibility work? I know eligible receivers have certain numbers, but everyone wears those numbers on this team.
Saw this on rivals..
Florida tried to run it against LSU
read up on it. Apparently you can't run it truly in college due to the fact you have to be trying to kick it. Which is why those 3 linemen at the bottom of the field didn't move. Very strange. it looked like somebody blew a read on the side with those linemen.
This crap doesn't work if you have LB's with decent speed. It's still about the talent. Like Switzer used to say, "[t]he key to his success? He's just faster than the guys who are chasing him.”
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