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It's not the scheme that produces less injuries, it's the quality of defense that team plays. That's why you won't see many SEC teams running the HUNH. Now aTm and AU were/are lucky because of the caliber of QB's they have had with Manziel and Cam. However, without an elite QB the HUNH will not work. Even with elite QB's, it doesn't work consistently.
take the cupcakes out of the equation - i.e. the teams that have terrible tiny no good defenses and then run the stats. see if the HUNH injury stats against good/great defenses change - whether they do or don't, i'd like to see how those stats look.
i think it's been posted in here, but playing the HUNH against UAB or Akron is different than playing it against ATM, or Bama or LSU...
i'm just saying, your stats are skewed a bit. remove those cupcakes that don't have 6'2" 255 lbs LBs that can take to the edge and knock someone's a$$ off.... then you might have an argument.
Meh I think they still work pretty well... Otherwise so many teams wouldn't be trending in this direction IMO...
This post was edited by Sig Spearfisher 9 months ago
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
It can work pretty well against teams with smaller and/or slower defensive players. However, that type of offense wont succeed with any consistency in the SEC.
Maybe it will... Maybe it won't
Ellis Johnson doesn't like the HUNH either.
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Think you mean didn't instead of doesn't.
Lol. Pure gold.
O I'm sure he's magically in love with it now. Money can do that to a person.
That or time.
BTW EJ says nothing on the "dangerous" aspect of HUNH.
No, doesn't was the correct word.
Used to... He didn't like it because he couldn't stop it...
Quit living in the past man
Doesn't seem he dislikes it in this article. Seems like this is a lot more recent.
For all the criticism Ellis Johnson gave the hurry-up, no-huddle offense in the past, Auburns defensive coordinator said he never thought it was an injury threat.
They don't still play for the Barn?
Be honest you have those pictures saved on your computer don't you?
Cmon, you really think he's going to say anything negative about his team's offense?
He Faps to em
C'mon you think he'd coach on a team he hates the scheme of
I had to turn to google.
But I admit, I have done it many times in the last year.
It is so hard to stay away.
I am working through it with my therapist.
You really think he was going to be positive about the HUNH right after we dominated his defense when he was at USCe?
The Barn is just on a whole different level of football.
The upside is this, not very many people get hurt playing the Barn.
The tackling you guys do is like a public service.
Four missed tackles within 5 yds of the line of scrimmage.
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