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CodeRocket

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  1. Thank goodness for some specific data relevant to the thread topic. Why do so many threads end up as verbal disputes laced with insults and name calling?
  2. I feel confident that LSU will play man press on our wideouts and then load the box to get after the QB and RB. LSU will definitely be focused on lighting our QB up, doesn't matter who it is. Our O-line cannot handle D-line stunting. Saturday I saw a looping defensive lineman run right by Tank while getting after Bo. I don't think Tank ever saw him. The way we have been playing it could be a long and difficult night. If we are to have any chance of winning the O-line will have to dominate the line of scrimmage like they haven't done so far this year. I hope they do. War Eagle!
  3. Your explanation makes sense but whether the intended route was the post (85 AU) or go route (0 AU) the ball was not thrown close to either one. The safety is obviously reading the ball and has split the post and the go route trying to make a play on the ball. This play early in the game troubled me greatly at the time because I knew we needed a big play early and this was a great chance to get it. The point of all this is, I just don't think our QB is that inaccurate and something else must be wrong. He may not be Joe Montana but he is not as bad as this throw would indicate.
  4. I noticed the first example at the beginning of the game and realized he should have been throwing to the right side of the end zone (the E in STATE). That area was completely undefended and this was a chance for a TD if D.Rob makes the catch. Instead the receiver was led back toward the defender closer to the middle of the end zone. If you watch the video you can see D.Rob trying to dive under the defender to make a play on the ball. If that ball is thrown to the right side of the end zone the defender would not have been close to D.Rob or the ball. I sat there wonder
  5. Just so you know, most on this board do not believe that we lost the game because of officiating. It was not a perfectly officiated game. I have not seen a team lose a down before. There were calls against both teams that were not correct. I think this game was about execution. PSU executed just about everything they tried and we didn't. Good luck to PSU.
  6. PSU (29 of 33)! I just can't believe we are this bad talent wise. The DC and his assistants have to come up with a plan to scheme around some of our weaknesses. Isn't that what good coaches do? Almost (80) % completion rate after three games and two of those weren't competitive!
  7. How many yards receiving did the PSU tight ends have tonight. On at least four plays, they were running like they were out to practice early. There were some questionable offensive play calls for sure but this loss is on the defense. Somebody please tell Derrick Mason that tight ends are eligible receivers. On a positive note, the players fought to the very end. They never gave up and they never gave in.
  8. Saw the 757 departing CSG about (35) minutes ago. It used a lot of northbound runway. Appeared to be heavy. Just happened to be driving parallel to the runway.
  9. For a lot of reasons, I think this game will be a little closer than people are thinking. Think about it, there is absolutely nothing to be gained by embarrassing ASU. Auburn 35 ASU 10
  10. Given all of the veterans we have on offense, I don't think they will unravel because of a bad play or two. Penn State may win the game but it won't be because Auburn panicked. Nix, Bigsby, Shivers, Brahms, S.Jackson, D.Robertson and the rest of the O-line: Those guys "know a thing or two because they have seen a thing or two". I actually think that we take care of business in Happy Valley.
  11. It is your screen name represented in binary notation. I used to work with hexadecimal, octal, and binary number systems and your screen name hexadecimal (e808) is equivalent to binary 1110|1000|0000|1000. No point really it just caught my attention.
  12. Just curious: Does this mean anything to you? 1110|1000|0000|1000
  13. I had not heard this before and if true, it might explain a lot about our offensive dysfunction over the last few seasons.
  14. I don't know what CBH will do but I hope he doesn't run Tank (28) times (shades of Gus) against the Akron Zips. We have some other good backs and it will be a long season (COVID permitting). Auburn - 51 Akron - 7
  15. That's what he showed in the Spring game.
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