Good, Bad & Ugly – WVU Midseason Offensive Analysis

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  • #72210
    Greg Hunter
    Greg Hunter
    Muskets: 6,596

    Good, Bad & Ugly – WVU Midseason Offensive Analysis MORGANTOWN, W.Vs.–The theme of this article certainly would have been much different after gam
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    #72212
    Butlereer
    Butlereer
    Muskets: 82,060
    Rank: Heisman Winner

    Don’t see much good after the first 3 games. Downhill from there. Hopefully this was rock bottom and we have a big rope to pull us out.

    #72219

    TonyAlto
    Muskets: 18,661
    Rank: All-American

    Scouting and adjustments!

    #72220

    JAL
    Muskets: 5,013
    Rank: Junior

    2nd half problems may be due to adjustments the opponent makes or just the offense coasting. Iowa State seems more a lack of adjustment by WVU.

    #72222

    Ccteam
    Muskets: 68,399
    Rank: Heisman Winner

    I’m taking the under on WV’s performance for the rest of the year after last week. They have to show they have some clue how to adapt to their weaknesses and the oppents’ defensive adjustments before I believe they can.

    #72259
    Kevin Kinder
    Kevin Kinder
    Muskets: 8,975

    I’m taking the under on WV’s performance for the rest of the year after last week. They have to show they have some clue how to adapt to their weaknesses and the oppents’ defensive adjustments before I believe they can.

    Definitely the biggest factor for WVU down the stretch. While not identical, Kansas and Iowa State did use some similar tactics and alignments to limit big passing plays. The alternative to that is to be able to attack the box with the running game when it is only five or six at the snap.

    #72310

    Cuyahoga Falls Eers
    Muskets: 32,905
    Rank: Heisman Winner

    I’m taking the under on WV’s performance for the rest of the year after last week. They have to show they have some clue how to adapt to their weaknesses and the oppents’ defensive adjustments before I believe they can.

    Definitely the biggest factor for WVU down the stretch. While not identical, Kansas and Iowa State did use some similar tactics and alignments to limit big passing plays. The alternative to that is to be able to attack the box with the running game when it is only five or six at the snap.

    EXACTLY. FOOTBALL IS A CHESS MATCH WITH HUMAN BODIES. EVERY DEFENSE HAS ITS WEAKNESSES. THE KEY IS SPOTTING THEM IN TIME. DEFENSE LOADS UP THE BOX TO STOP THE RUN, YOU PASS. EVEN QUICK 5-YARDERS AND LEAD TO BIG GAINS IF SIMMS CAN GET ONE-ON-ONE WITH A DEFENDER AND FAKE HIM OUT OF HIS JOCKSTRAP AND SILLS CAN OUT-MUSCLE A DEFENDER ON A JUMP BALL.

    THE GAME IS ADJUST TO THEIR ADJUSTMENT, THEN ADJUST TO THEIR ADJUSTMENT TO YOUR ADJUSTMENT. GRIER HAS A GOLDEN ARM. SILLS, SIMMS AND OTHERS ARE EXCELLENT RECEIVERS EVEN THE RUNNING BACK COMMITTEE CAN BE DEVASTATING AT TIMES.

    IN FOOTBALL, YOU NEED TO OUT-SMART THE OTHER SIDE, BUT NOT YOURSELF.

    BAYLOR WILL BE A TEST TO SEE IF WVU IS BACK ON TRACK. WINNING THE GAME WON’T PROVE IT, BUT THE EYEBALL TEST, AS ALWAYS, IS MORE MEANINGFUL THAT THE STATS AND THE FINAL SCORE.

    AFTER BAYLOR, AS WE ALL KNOW, COMES TEXAS — IN TEXAS, TOO — TCU, OKLAHOMA STATE AND OKLAHOMA. WVU COULD LOSE 3 OF THOSE GAMES UNLESS IT GETS BACK ON THE FAST TRACK IT HAD FOR 5 GAMES.

    AGAIN, HURRICANE FLORENCE MIGHT HAVE DONE WVU A FAVOR. NORTH CAROLINA STATE MIGHT WIN THE ACC IF THE WOLFPACK KEEPS IMPROVING.

    I’LL BE IN MOUNTAINEER FIELD FOR THE 7 PM THURSDAY KICKOFF BECAUSE I’M NOT DEAD YET.

    M agnificent Grier passes shredded Tennessee, 40-14
    O verhelmed drenched Youngstown, 52-17
    U nable to play North Carolina State because of Hurricane Florence
    N asty defense against Kansas State, 35-6
    T errific, then timid on offense against Texas Tech, 42-34
    A ntsy time for fans, vs. Kansas!, 38-22
    I ncomprehensible insanely indescribably inept offense against Iowa State, 14-30
    N ail Baylor
    E rectile dysfunction Texas
    E lectrify TCU
    R eam Oklahoma State
    S laughter Oklahoma

    #72312

    mexman
    Muskets: 34,695
    Rank: Heisman Winner

    If offensive line doesn’t step up about 50 rungs this season is done.

    What a waste.

    Please bring Trickett back

    #72313
    Shepherdstown
    Shepherdstown
    Muskets: 18,455
    Rank: All-American

    I’d say bring back Crook.

    #72331

    Cuyahoga Falls Eers
    Muskets: 32,905
    Rank: Heisman Winner

    Watching college football today will be SO boring without having my alma mater on TV or in Mountaineer Field.

    12 days is too long to go without my Mountaineers fix!

    Oklahoma-TCU and Kansas-Texas Tech are the ONLY Big 12 games on TV today, too.

    If Sooners make it a blowout early I might as well take an afternoon nap.

    M agnificent Grier passes shredded Tennessee, 40-14
    O verhelmed drenched Youngstown, 52-17
    U nable to play North Carolina State because of Hurricane Florence
    N asty defense against Kansas State, 35-6
    T errific, then timid on offense against Texas Tech, 42-34
    A ntsy time for fans, vs. Kansas!, 38-22
    I ncomprehensible insanely indescribably inept offense against Iowa State, 14-30
    N ail Baylor
    E rectile dysfunction Texas
    E lectrify TCU
    R eam Oklahoma State
    S laughter Oklahoma

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