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They have to be making this thread just to troll Auburn fans since you guys are running the hurry up now... they just have to be.
As a Georgia fan, I love the HUNH offense. We usually crush those teams. It's the teams who figure out that the way to move the ball on us is to line up and power run the ball who give us the most problems.
They certainly are getting all riled up about it. Maybe Pommo had a point about trolling other fanbases still being entertaining.
At first, I would have agreed, but I'm honestly unsure at the moment.
Why So Serious?
the flip side is when said HUNH team goes 3 and out, then their defense is phucked
I don't really care about AU. I wasn't trying to aim this at a particular offense. If you had to pick one though, I would go with aTm.
I'll spend time reading this thread if a Bama fan can answer this one question for me...
Why is it that if a coach devises a way to nullify superior talent it's a bad thing?
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
There is no team in better shape than we are. Nobody will depute that. That has nothing to do with it. When you play that many snaps on D, you will get tired and not go full speed. That's is when you are most likely to get hurt.
And 2nd, the examples you used are not relevant to the conversation. You make the decision if you want to send your WR over the middle. You decide to take that risk. You don;t have that option in this scenario.
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
What's the point in having a rival if you can't troll them?
Are you serious?
Blindside Blitz- A player running full speed and killing a stationary person that is not able to protect themselves.
That's not dangerous?
Also, I thought this was a flag football offense and not physical at all?
I guess that talking point is done.
that is why it will fade out in a couple years. it is a fad. way too risky to run as your main offense. it has its times but you can screw up and end up literally losing an entire quarter of clock with 2 bad series of HUNH in a row.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
What kind of offense did Boise run when they crushed those New Coke costumes you guys wore? I liked that one, too.
I don't blame them for doing it. I just won't them to admit that that is what they are doing.
I would say that point is still fairly valid. The vast majority of HUNH or similar fast offenses usually are more lacking in the power and physicality department than a pro style team.
Shape and size are two different things.
We will see who is bending over at the knees in November and I promise you its not gonna be us.
True, that's why you don't go 3 and out.
modern day defenses have been nullified by NCAA rules to such an extent that what we play today is hardly even football.
the new rules of defenseless QBs today even add to this.
When did they ever say that it was anything different?
Well, with Cochran in the gym, I guess the only guys with hands on their knees will be the students revisiting their lunch and bourbon from earlier that morning.
That is the Achilles heel of it. Teams with superior talent tend to score much more against HUNH teams. HUNH is more of a gamble than old school possession control. The team with vastly superior talent will win the large majority of the time. However, when a team with less overall talent has a quarterback that is extremely talented and with the perfect combination of size, speed, and passing skill, they become hard to beat.
victory laps are very tiresome IMO
No, if you have a capable QB he reads man and throws the ball on a go-route. If you have a decent WR and the QB throws it to his back shoulder, he gets rid of the ball before the guy gets there. AJ lived off these things last year. It's why a lot of teams had to stay with saftey help and why we ran the ball so well- the couldn't move their safety down into the box.
As the rules change the game evolves. Are you suggesting that Auburn should not take advantage of these rules to succeed?
Lol it won't make much difference who is tired by the time the 4th quarter comes. We will be up by 30 by then.
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