The Alabama Crimson Tide! I just felt like typing up a scouting report on JFosh. His gameplan: A bullshit, hatchet-job copycat act of Purdue's game plan from last year. He will do everything in his power not to make a turnover, and hope that leads him to victory. Unfortunately it seems to work (against me). Passing game: He is enamored with spreading the field and has a good idea of how to beat both man and zone. Man: Usually multi-level slants and stick plays, things of that nature. Zone: He's good at flooding one side of the field and finding a wide-open guy. The negative about him is he tends to be unresponsive in the pocket. Believes that the way the game is designed is for the cpu to drop back then he usually doesn't touch the stick, which means if pressure comes (and that's usually instantaneous) it's a sack. Running game: Toss left, toss right, counter left, counter right, stretch left, stretch right, you get the idea. Not a big fan of running it up the gut. Not that he can't, but he seems to prefer running it to the outside if at all possible. generally to the power side. the polar opposite of Tennessee, who like to run it to the weak side, right up the middle. Defense: he is looking to avoid big plays but at the same time he won't continuously sacrifice pressure. There will generally be decent pressure with at least one safety (most often 2-3) deep. there are guys open against this type of attack; sometimes wide open. the question is can you find them? His recruiting is first class, especially on the defensive side of the ball. It's almost impossible to run consistently against them so you'll need to be able to pass. also he plays on Justin.tv a lot so scout him yourself!