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I guess when you are a dynasty you still need to find something to complain about
In this entire thread.
Saban should embrace the HUNH. It gives him a large advantage in time of possession and turnover margin when playing HUNH teams.
its hard but we have a large team working on it
Everyone has a big dick in July. Then November comes and they shrivel.
This post was edited by MacGruber 9 months ago
Whatever you say.
Football is a dangerous game. Quit crying and adapt.
So why does it matter if teams use HUNH or not?
Another thing to munch on is that Auburn will not be playing a bend but don't break defense this year. Gus has said that he wants the other teams to go 3 and out. I can't wait to see an aggressive brand of defense played with an offensive philosophy as aggressive as Auburn's will be. Sure, there will be some blown assignments along the way, but the O will make up for them.
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
Because it gets cold?
Why So Serious?
No, do what you want. I personally love that auburn wants to run HUNH. It is a disaster without an elite QB running it.
What i was saying though is that pretty much every rule implemented since the 70's has benefitted the offensive side of the ball. the offense is helped enough now.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
It doesn't in Auburn's case. Again, I was speaking generally.
Oh. Well, you decide who to listen to then. I agree with you on this it seems.
Stupidest ish I've ever read. Anyone who would make this statement has obv never sniffed anything close to the "highest possible level"
If it's a disaster then why the conversation? We can revisit whether that is true soon enough once the season gets under way.
Haha. Nice work.
I know your original post said you aren't whining but you are. The whole point is to wear the defense down....that is what Bama does when they run the ball over and over and over. They wear down the defense just because the HUNH does it a different way it is wrong?
"How long will it take you to beat Alabama?" Response: "60 Minutes" - Pat Dye
I played at the highest level at that age. I stopped when I got to high school.
Well, I'll believe that when I see it. There seems to be a trend between the fast, uptempo, HUNH style offenses and, on the flip side, less-than-stellar defenses. Oregon being a prime example. Not saying it HAS to be that way, but they have gone hand-in-hand seemingly in every instance up to this point. I think a lot of that has to do with the offense they end up playing against the majority of the time thanks to practice.
because bama isn't doing it duh
So it sounds like since no team has the amount of talent that Alabama has, and the only way to fairly win in college football is to have more talent than the other team, then if a team ever beats Alabama, it's because it was unfair, whether it's the refs, a nontraditional offense, or whatever else. Sounds legit.
a typical spread, not much hurry up. completeing 90 % of their passes with 75% of their yards coming after the catch. They beat us by 14 and we had 4 defensive starter suspended. Not really a crush IMO.
Surely you know what crushes look like...
It's a common misconception that it takes an elite QB to make Auburn's offense work. That's not true. Auburn set offensive records with Chris Todd. The more correct statement would be that it takes an elite QB to win a championship with it. Well, duh. It takes elite players to be the best. The HUNH just requires fewer elite players than the "pro style" other teams employ.
What about the OL they would wind up playing many more snaps than any DL because of the rotations? wouldn't they be at risk to not use proper technique and get hurt? Why would their coaches subject them to it if so?
Well if it's something that can injure a player why is it not illegal? Offenses shouldn't be able to have the option of that call because someone could get injured....
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
Are you kidding me bro.. Seriously. Your arguement is absolute garbage, way to make excuses ahead of time so when gayban can't stop our offense you can come back to this thread and cry somemore. Tell us how it should go big guy
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