UNC Tar Heels - Dru50

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  1. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    UNC Tar Heels - Dru50

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    Offense - Oklahoma (may change, still experimenting as I get used to the roster)
    Defense - good old 4-3
     
  2. MurkYa21

    MurkYa21 Walk On

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    - On offense, he got behind early and abandoned the run.
    - I think the 3-4 was the problem, I remember my first time playing the 3-4 and I could not figure it out.
    - If you give him time he can lace it! threw for 390 yards on me, but 7 INTs.

    - On defense he commited to stopping my run game, so I was forced throw.
    - When he came out in the 3-2-6 dime it seemed like the nickle backs always blitzed.
     
  3. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    Following the FSU debacle, the Heels will be switching defenses from the 4-3 to the 3-3-5 playbook in an effort to get more athletes on the field and generate pressure and turnovers.
     
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    Offensively normalally just pounds Drought and Houston behind both twin TE or a FB lon first downs and 2nd and 4-7 and on 3rd downs just completes the short passes on 3rd down to his big WR on slants and in routes with some very accurate passing he went 17-17 againts me

    Defensively runs a 3-3-5 and blitz the 90 speed DB pretty much every play who had 3 sacks against me.

    2 biggest plays of game against me were both 50+ yarder PA pass to the 92 speed FB in the flats which I'd be careful on how much you do that because it's kinda cheese.
     
  5. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    OK, watch the cheese comments dude. I blitzed one of my safety's or a LB about 50% of the time, not every play and not the same guy. Just because you send everyone out in the pattern leaving no one to pickup a free guy outside isn't my fault.

    Regarding the PA pass to the FB. I ran it two times and I only ran it when you were blitzing everyone and/or had all your guys packed inside the TE to stop the run. In real football if you see that look the smart play is to play action to a guy in the flat.

    I knew you were being a sore loser when you wouldn't even respond to me telling you it was a good game and complimenting you on your use of the option.

    Whatever.
     
  6. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    The 3-3-5 experiment is dead. The 4-3 is back, so the first scouting post is accurate again.
     
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    OFFENSIVE ANALYSIS: Ran mostly up the middle, with varied success, but didn't run the ball all that often. Ran a fair amount of plays from the spread, but committed to it a little more aggressively when he was throwing the ball towards the second half. Ran A LOT of slants over the middle and had a lot of success with it. Didn't throw deep much. Yates had several balls that sailed over WRs, and threw 3 INTs.

    DEFENSIVE ANALYSIS: Ran a lot of zone, but at a few points, did switch to man. I took advantage of the few times when his safeties weren't playing a deep half. Committed to stopping the run and except for a few 5-7 yard runs, only was able to come up with a minimal amount of rushing yards. His LBs were there any time I tried to run. Didn't bring much pressure, but did blitz a few times (however, I may have missed some blitzes - there were times I got rid of it quickly and never really noticed the middle LBs).
     
  8. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Offense-- Really mixed up his play calling well. I didn't know which end was up, particularly in the first half. Probably wound up pretty much 50/50 run/pass. Wasn't afraid to run out of any formation, but probably used a lead blocker most of the time. Houston doesn't have a ton of speed, but he is a load and will run over you. Really efficient in the pass game, reads the defense very well and will make a quick pass right out of the snap...burned me with that 3 or 4 times. Also is excellent at user catches, that pass that looks over thrown? Don't worry, Dru's gonna go get that.

    Defense-- Stacked the line and really shut down the inside running game. I got frustrated and started passing more than I really wanted. Again, really mixes up his playcalling. Shows blitz sometimes, but will be dropping 7 or 8 into a zone. Tries to confuse you as much as possible. Fast linebackers really clog up the middle routes and slants. Presses just about everytime he's in man.
     

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