Jump to content
Null

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'C.J. Uzomah'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Site Related
    • Announcements
  • Donor Forums
    • Eagles Nest
    • Donor Ticket Exchange
  • Sports Forums
    • AU Football Forum
    • AU Recruiting Forum
    • AU Basketball Forum
    • AU Baseball and Softball Forum
    • Other AU Sports
    • Non-AU Sports
    • The Woodshed
  • General Forums
    • Politically Speaking
    • All Things Considered...
    • AUFAMILY Marketplace
    • AU Pictures & Graphics
    • Fun & Games
    • AUFAMILY
    • Classics
  • BBQ Boys's Topics
  • All Things Beer and Spirits's Beer/Spirit Discussion
  • AUF DIY's Topics
  • NFL Squad's Auburn Players in the NFL
  • AU Foodies's Topics

Blogs

  • Inside the Numbers
  • RunInRed's Blog
  • Tails From The Road
  • The War Eagle Web Log
  • AURaptor's Blog
  • autigeremt's Blog
  • autigeremt's Blog
  • Dr. SEC
  • Dr. SEC's Blog
  • Where Things Stand Today
  • AUtigeremt's Blog
  • Best5zach
  • Dr. SEC's Blog
  • The Auburn Realist
  • Get Loud and Proud!
  • WarEagleAU's Blog
  • It
  • The Auburn Spirit Arrives in Kenya
  • AU Facilities Update
  • riknnhor
  • Vietnam visa
  • William Heartsill
  • William Heartsill
  • Janet Rossi
  • 阿德莱德大学毕业证#澳洲毕业证文凭Q/微551190476制作澳洲Adelaide毕业证成绩单办理咨询教育部学历认证购买真实学历文凭University of Adelaide,Adelaide,南澳大利亚州,阿德莱德市
  • 【澳洲假文凭买回国找工作】扣薇501058216买佛林德斯文凭买Flinders假毕业证成绩单 办理澳洲Flinders文凭买假毕业证认证代买澳洲学位证书Flinders University
  • How to watch Auburn vs. Purdue (Music City Bowl)
  • Music City Bowl 2018: Watch Auburn vs. Purdue free live stream-Online
  • 강남오피 ♠지지모아♣ (ggmoa1(〃)컴) 강남출장안마【강남출장마사지↗강남핸플⌒강남휴게텔┎강남오피♨강남키스방
  • 수원오피 【지지모아】 ▶GGMOA1.com◀ 수원출장안마∵수원안마방√수원건마▨수원풀사롱『수원오피┷수원출장마사지
  • 광명오피 ☞지지모아☜ (GGmoa1쩜com) 광명키스방☆광명풀사롱▷광명건마→광명핸플「광명출장마사지│광명오피
  • 동탄오피 [지지모아] ◈GGmoa1닷컴◇ 동탄출장마사지┱동탄풀사롱⊃동탄휴게텔†동탄1인샵☜동탄핸플|동탄키스방
  • 부천오피 「지지모아」 ▷GGmoa1。com◁ 부천출장마사지‘부천1인샵〃부천키스방◑부천건마▩부천오피▼부천립카페
  • 분당오피 ☎지지모아☏ ◈ggmoa1「com」◇ 분당키스방▒분당립카페◑분당핸플┙분당안마방≫분당출장안마▒분당휴게텔
  • 일산오피 【지지모아】 〔ggmoa1「com」〕 일산립카페∧일산출장안마∏일산안마방囍일산건마あ일산키스방‘일산출장마사지
  • 부산오피 ⊙지지모아◎ 『⒲⒲⒲쩜ggmoa1.com』 부산풀사롱→부산1인샵╊부산오피↔부산출장안마£부산립카페♭부산출장마사지
  • 대구오피 ▶지지모아◀ 「GGmoa1닷com」 대구출장안마→대구출장마사지(대구키스방ノ대구핸플⊙대구오피【대구1인샵
  • 대전오피 『지지모아』 ⊙ggmoa1.com◎ 대전립카페┻대전출장마사지卍대전핸플┙대전키스방⊆대전출장안마┚대전풀사롱
  • 청주오피 ☎지지모아☏ →GGmoa1닷com← 청주휴게텔▨청주핸플∇청주1인샵◀청주출장마사지↙청주건마▨청주출장안마
  • 전주오피 ▷지지모아◁ 「ggmoa1(〃)컴」 전주안마방∮전주1인샵↖전주풀사롱☏전주출장마사지♣전주키스방▧전주핸플
  • 광주오피 ^지지모아^ ≤⒲⒲⒲☆ggmoa1쩜COM≥ 광주1인샵┣광주건마↙광주풀사롱▽광주오피┵광주휴게텔★광주출장마사지
  • 천안오피 [지지모아] 〈ggmoa1(〃)컴〉 천안건마┍천안핸플┸천안풀사롱┳천안립카페☆천안1인샵↔천안키스방
  • 평촌오피 ▧지지모아▨ ↗WwW.GGMOA1.COM↙ 평촌휴게텔┖평촌출장안마♨평촌건마♀평촌립카페※평촌풀사롱▧평촌키스방
  • 영등포오피 (지지모아) ^G G m o a 1닷c o m^ 영등포키스방★영등포오피♪영등포휴게텔≪영등포안마방⇒영등포1인샵♪영등포립카페
  • 수유오피 ↖지지모아↗ ↖GGmoa1。com↘ 수유건마▒수유핸플▣수유키스방°수유출장안마┷수유풀사롱┹수유출장마사지
  • 의정부오피 (지지모아) ^GGmoa1.COM^ 의정부휴게텔┺의정부건마▒의정부핸플┒의정부립카페ぃ의정부키스방∧의정부출장안마
  • 안양오피 [지지모아] ●GGMOA1.COM● 안양오피∞안양출장마사지≫안양휴게텔◑안양안마방▒안양출장안마≫안양1인샵
  • 서산오피 ↗지지모아↙ ●GGMOA1.COM● 서산1인샵▒서산핸플|서산풀사롱☜서산휴게텔∑서산안마방♪서산출장안마
  • 세종오피 『지지모아』 →G G m o a 1닷c o m← 세종오피⊙세종휴게텔╈세종핸플☆세종1인샵〓세종립카페●세종풀사롱
  • 시흥오피 「지지모아」 ▷ggmoa1「com」◁ 시흥출장마사지■시흥립카페!시흥핸플★시흥출장안마ⓥ시흥안마방↔시흥풀사롱
  • 구리오피 ▧지지모아▨ "ggmoa1.com" 구리오피♠구리출장안마≤구리안마방ⓛ구리1인샵∬구리핸플♪구리출장마사지
  • 김포오피 〔지지모아〕 ♠G G m o a 1닷c o m♣ 김포휴게텔↔김포립카페♥김포오피┲김포풀사롱°김포1인샵┿김포건마
  • 송탄오피 『지지모아』 ♠『ggmoa1』닷『com』♣ 송탄출장마사지∠송탄키스방▧송탄출장안마┺송탄풀사롱♪송탄1인샵┪송탄핸플
  • 판교오피 ☎지지모아☏ ◈⒲⒲⒲쩜ggmoa1.com◇ 판교1인샵ⓥ판교건마∝판교오피╅판교핸플♬판교키스방☜판교출장안마
  • 경산오피 ◈지지모아◇ ☞WwW.GGMOA1.COM☜ 경산립카페<경산건마°경산키스방┘경산핸플♣경산출장마사지╁경산풀사롱
  • 구미오피 [지지모아] (ggmoa1「com」) 구미휴게텔┶구미1인샵♩구미건마▒구미키스방↕구미립카페†구미핸플
  • 울산오피 ☞지지모아☜ ●ωωωヘGGmoa1ヘcom● 울산오피♤울산안마방』울산건마♪울산휴게텔♩울산출장마사지▼울산풀사롱
  • 인천오피 ▷지지모아◁ ▧ωωωヘGGmoa1ヘcom▨ 인천출장마사지♨인천오피┨인천휴게텔↔인천1인샵∏인천립카페⊙인천출장안마
  • 간석동오피 ▷지지모아◁ ▶GGMOA1.com◀ 간석동휴게텔∠간석동출장안마♡간석동출장마사지╀간석동안마방┘간석동오피◐간석동건마
  • 구월동오피 ◈지지모아◇ ≤『ggmoa1』닷『com』≥ 구월동출장마사지☆구월동키스방▦구월동핸플☏구월동안마방の구월동오피▷구월동립카페
  • 강서오피 ↗지지모아↙ ≪GGmoa1。com≫ 강서키스방◀강서오피Ю강서휴게텔♪강서풀사롱←강서출장안마♥강서핸플
  • 동대문오피 ▶지지모아◀ 『wWw.GGmoa1.com』 동대문풀사롱↙동대문출장안마⊆동대문건마≥동대문1인샵↘동대문오피┩동대문핸플
  • 마포오피 「지지모아」 『GGmoa1닷com』 마포안마방]마포건마』마포립카페☜마포오피㉿마포휴게텔∞마포1인샵
  • 상봉오피 「지지모아」 〔GGmoa1.COM〕 상봉출장안마♤상봉1인샵△상봉풀사롱★상봉키스방┚상봉휴게텔◐상봉건마
  • 신도림오피 ☎지지모아☏ ↖⒲⒲⒲쩜ggmoa1.com↘ 신도림출장안마╄신도림1인샵▣신도림핸플▶신도림립카페|신도림출장마사지†신도림풀사롱
  • 신림오피 ▷지지모아◁ 〔WwW.GGMOA1.COM〕 신림핸플◈신림출장마사지▒신림건마◑신림오피∋신림휴게텔㈜신림출장안마
  • 잠실오피 ≪지지모아≫ ▷ggmoa1.com◁ 잠실오피┘잠실립카페☜잠실건마※잠실핸플◎잠실안마방♥잠실출장마사지
  • 창동오피 ▷지지모아◁ 「ggmoa1.com」 창동출장안마※창동핸플┧창동휴게텔┕창동오피◇창동1인샵¶창동건마
  • 합정오피 ▷지지모아◁ "wWw.GGmoa1.com" 합정오피‡합정키스방╉합정1인샵〔합정핸플◑합정휴게텔↕합정안마방
  • 안산오피 ^지지모아^ 「GGMOA1.com」 안산풀사롱╊안산안마방[안산오피↘안산키스방☏안산출장안마┟안산1인샵
  • 부평오피 ↗지지모아↙ ★GGmoa1쩜com☆ 부평휴게텔♨부평1인샵|부평키스방◐부평출장안마|부평립카페☎부평풀사롱
  • 서면오피 ≪지지모아≫ ☞ggmoa1(〃)컴☜ 서면오피┽서면출장안마∨서면핸플∧서면1인샵{서면휴게텔♪서면건마
  • 제주도오피 ★지지모아☆ ☞ggmoa1.com☜ 제주도출장안마▒제주도핸플♧제주도풀사롱“제주도키스방☏제주도안마방┮제주도휴게텔
  • 해운대오피 ↗지지모아↙ ≪⒲⒲⒲☆ggmoa1쩜COM≫ 해운대키스방£해운대오피§해운대출장안마╈해운대핸플▷해운대립카페┲해운대출장마사지
  • 서울오피 [지지모아] ≪GGMOA1.com≫ 서울안마방━서울출장마사지】서울립카페▶서울풀사롱ぃ서울출장안마◐서울1인샵
  • 오피쓰
  • 오피쓰 love
  • The Eagle's Nest
  • Some Things That You Won't Find On Google About Moving To Australia
  • How to take control of your health? | Life Savers Emergency Room
  • How to take control of your health? | Life Savers Emergency Room
  • BBQ Boys's Blog
  • All Things Beer and Spirits's Blog

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


Yahoo


Skype


Interests


Location

  1. Auburn is currently No. 2 nationally converting third-downs this season. One of the reasons for their offensive success on third-down is the improved play of the pass-offense this season compared to last year. Auburn was 6 of 7 passing on third-down against Georgia but penalties on successful third-down plays snuffed out several offensive possessions. The play... During this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 9 from their own 44-yard line. The Tigers come out in a 4-WR look with 2 receivers stacked on the wide side of the field. C.J. Uzomah is the front man on the stack and he will run a square
  2. A few weeks ago, we saw Ricardo Louis score on a short TD pass inside the red zone vs. San Jose State. The play came from a wildcat formation (unbalanced line) with Ricardo Louis lined up in the backfield. He released out in the flat and was open for an easy TD pass from Nick Marshall. Against LSU, Auburn ran the same play but C.J. Uzomah scored this time from a different position. Like most of Malzahn's plays, we often see different options available and this play is no different. The play... On this play Auburn is at the LSU 9-yard line. The Tigers will come out in their wildcat set, whi
  3. Though Auburn is not running the ball at the same level they did during 2013, it still has been a very productive aspect of the offense. One play Auburn is becoming better at with more reps is the inside trap play. It is a very basic run-play found in almost every offensive playbook because it can be run from basically every offensive formation. The offensive line is not required to move or transition in wide spaces, allowing them to focus on their strength and leverage to make the play work. For the RB's, it is a quick hitting play, which can often turn into a big gainer between the tackles.
  4. As the season has progressed, D'haquille Williams is receiving more attention from opposing defenses. With this in mind, it is up to the Auburn coaching to staff to create opportunities for the other receivers to make plays. LSU's game plan was to take away Williams, forcing Auburn to generate plays from other personnel. Duke Williams was held to just 2 receptions, limited to only 5 passes thrown in his direction. Of his 2 receptions only 1 was an impact play. Auburn was able to counter with 6 impact plays to Auburn's remaining receivers. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 3
  5. Through less than 4 seasons C.J. Uzomah has only been targeted 37 times but he has made the most of his opportunities. The senior tight end enters the LSU game with 20 career receptions, which have resulted in 16 first downs or touchdowns. 13 of his 20 receptions have resulted in an impact play or gain of 15-yards or more. Despite his ability to make plays, the tight end position in the Gus Malzahn offense has never been utilized much in the passing game until his offense arrives inside the red zone. This is where Uzomah has played at his best in terms of making critical receptions. The play.
  6. Auburn is currently ranked No. 36 nationally with a 152.4 rating. No. 55 on first down with a 144.5 rating. (Auburn must improve on this ranking going into the meat of the schedule.) No. 117 nationally on first down, completing only 50% of passes. (This is really poor but can be addressed by more high-percentage passes than the vertical routes we have seen through the first 3 games.) No. 18 nationally on third-down with a rating of 168.8. No. 8 nationally in converting third-downs into first downs or TD's. (This is huge and more of a vital sign of success on third-down than
  7. Auburn is currently ranked No. 36 nationally with a 152.4 rating. No. 55 on first down with a 144.5 rating. (Auburn must improve on this ranking going into the meat of the schedule.) No. 117 nationally on first down, completing only 50% of passes. (This is really poor but can be addressed by more high-percentage passes than the vertical routes we have seen through the first 3 games.) No. 18 nationally on third-down with a rating of 168.8. No. 8 nationally in converting third-downs into first downs or TD's. (This is huge and more of a vital sign of success on third-down than
  8. Through 2 games into the season, the Auburn offense is one of the best in the nation, when it comes to Redzone offense. The Tigers have scored on 11 of 11 opportunities and more importantly, 10 of the 11 possessions have been touchdowns. Auburn was very efficient inside the redzone last season, scoring on 54 of 61 opportunities. This included a touchdown in 44 of the 54 scoring drives. The play... During this play Auburn faces a 3rd & goal from the San Jose State 4-yard line. The Tigers come out in their Wildcat set in an unbalanced line. Before the snap the ball, Corey Grant motions i
  9. Auburn's running game was taken to a different level last season, once the decision was made to base the offense around the read-option element. During the final 10-games of the season, Auburn averaged 367-yards rushing per game. The first-half of the Arkansas game this past Saturday, revealed just how important Nick Marshall has become to the run-offense. After being held to 68-yards rushing during the first half without Marshall in the lineup, Auburn rushed for 234-yards against the Razorbacks with Nick Marshall inserted. The play... On this play Auburn has the ball at the Arkansas 19-ya
  10. Last season Corey Grant had a limited role in the Auburn offense when it came to actual touches. Grant carried the ball just 66 times during the 2013 season and caught 4 passes. He played in all 14 games during the past season but was limited to 5 carries or less during 9 games. With the departure of Tre Mason, look for Grant's role in the offense to likely expand in 2014. Though he had less than 70 carries during 2013, Grant made the most of his opportunities. He averaged nearly 10-yards per rush and scored 6 rushing touchdowns. 14.8% of Tre Mason's rush attempts went for 10-yards or more. C
  11. We often judge quarterbacks based on their completion percentage but it doesn't always tell the true story of just how accurate a quarterback is. When Rhett Lashlee speaks of improving Marshall's accuracy, he is primarily speaking of Nick's accuracy throwing down field. Is it true they would like to see him with a 65-70 pct completion percentage overall? Yes they would but even Lashlee pointed out that you don't complete 65-70 percent of your vertical passes. During A-Day, we witnessed Nick Marshall targeting down field more so than he did during 2013. Of his 22 pass attempts, 15 were beyond
  12. Auburn might not lead the nation in rushing in 2014 as they did during 2013 but the components are in place for a top-10 rushing attack. The offensive line will be very good, Nick Marshall returns and there are plenty of options at the RB position. Brandon Fulse might not be Jay Prosch but Fulse is a special player in his own right. Checking in at 6-4, 272, Fulse is like having an extra pulling guard in the backfield. He certainly showed his worth during A-Day in the running game as well as pass-protection. 2-Back and 2-TE set: I believe this just might be my favorite set, especially when
  13. Nick Marshall's Performance 13-22-0-236-4 (209.2 rating) Very good overall rating. Had a few deliveries that involved going through his progressions to make the completion. One good scramble to buy additional time to make a key completion on 3rd down (great vision down field, while on the move in the pocket). By downs: 1st: 236.0 rating 2nd: 158.1 rating 3rd: 195.9 rating (converted 4 of 5 third-downs passing) Started the game 3 of 8 but finished 10 of 14. 15 of his 22 pass attempts (68%) were beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage yet he still completed nearly 60% of his passes. Ke
  14. Last season during 12 games, the Auburn offense produced 64 run-plays of 10-yards or more. This season through 11 games, the Auburn offense has totaled 112 such run-plays. The combination of an improved OL, execution and play-calling has resulted in a massive overhaul to the offense. One area Auburn must exploit against the Alabama defense is running the ball on first-down. The Auburn offense is currently No. 2 nationally averaging 6.87 yards per rush on first-down. The Alabama defense is currently No. 52 nationally, allowing 4.27 yards per rush on first-down. On this play Auburn has a 1st
  15. C.J. Uzomah has not been utilized as much as I thought he would this season but Auburn has leaned heavily on their run-offense this season. Through 10 games, Uzomah has been targeted only 12 times in the passing game. He has caught 6 passes for 106-yards and 2 TD's. Of his 6 receptions, 5 have been impact plays, which opens the possibility of him being a hidden weapon during Auburn's next 2 games. On this play Auburn has the ball at the UT 25-yard line, facing a 2nd & 13. Before the snap Corey Grant motions into the backfield on the speed-sweep look. Nick Marshall will play-action with
  16. No running back in the country has been as productive inside the red zone as Auburn's Tre Mason this season. He leads the country in rushing yardage inside the red zone. He is No. 1 in generating first downs inside the red zone and has scored the 2nd most rushing TD's inside the red zone. He is No. 4 in terms of overall carries inside the opponent's 20-yard line, providing a comfort zone for the Auburn offense, which is No. 14 nationally in TD percentage inside the red zone. On this play Auburn has the ball at the Tennessee 20-yard line, 1st & 10. Auburn will attempt to run Mason betwee
  17. During clipbit #4, we saw the inside option off the read zone play. Here we explore the outside option basically in the same circumstance as the previous clipbit. Once again we find the Auburn offense in scoring range with the intent of running their read zone. Auburn has a 2nd & 7 from the FAU 10-yard line. Even though Gus Malzahn intends to run the same read option, he does it from a different formation the second time around. This time the formation is a 2-WR set with a TE, FB and RB in the backfield along with Nick Marshall. At the snap Nick Marshall will make the same read on the
  18. The No. 11 Auburn Tigers improved their record to 7-1 and with 2 top-10 teams losing above them Saturday, Auburn will likely move up to No. 9 this week in the polls. It was a solid performance by the Auburn Tigers and a "blue collar" approach to the victory. The Tigers leaned heavily on their running game, dominating the line of scrimmage against the Owls by out-rushing FAU 422-yards to 97. Hopefully the injury to Nick Marshall's shoulder is minimal because the offense is centered around his ability top operate the zone-read. Jeremy Johnson did a solid job substituting for the injured Marshall
  19. If Auburn is going to be successful moving the football against the LSU defense this Saturday night, the Tigers will have to move the chains, which means creating manageable third-down situations. Last season Auburn struggled on third down because their average distance needed for a conversion was 8.3 yards. This season the Auburn offense has been more consistent on first down averaging well over 6-yards per play on first down. This has kept the third-down distance needed to 6.0 yards. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 5 from the MSU 31-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set and C.J.
  20. One of the aspects of Gus Malzahn's offense I was hoping to see upon his return in 2013 was the natural evolution of his offense. He is not the same coach he was when he broke into the collegiate ranks back in 2006. Over time he had to learn to adjust his offense to what would work at this level. Having broke down many of his offensive plays since 2009, I have already noticed new plays and formations this season he did not utilize from 2009-2011. As creative and dynamic as his offense has been, it's good to know he is always searching for something new to add to his playbook. On this play A
  21. Quarterbacks are often judged on championships or their individual performances in the clutch. Nick Marshall was given the opportunity to drive his offense close to length of the field in under 2 minutes, with a TD needed to win the game. Marshall and the Auburn offense delivered capping off the drive with a brilliantly executed play. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 7 from the MSU 11-yard line with only 15 seconds left in the game and trailing by 3. Because Auburn still has one timeout remaining, they have the luxury of actually running the football, which means the Bulldogs must defe
  22. If someone told me Auburn would be held to under 140-yards against MSU, I would have expected a loss. What a terrific finish for Nick Marshall and the Auburn offense. Redemption is always better, when it comes during the same game. Had the game-winning drive not happened, Nick Marshall would still be haunted by the missed opportunity on the long pass-play to Sammie Coates that would have certainly resulted in a go-ahead TD. As it played out, Marshall was given the opportunity to lead his offense on a game-winning drive and he delivered. He went 6 of 8 for 66-yards and picked up a critical 3rd
  23. Gus Malzahn and Rhett Lashlee introduced a new formation I do not recall them operating from while at Auburn during this past Saturday's game against the Red Wolves. The Auburn offense came out in a "diamond" like formation with C. J. Uzomah and Jay Prosch lined up in the backfield next to Nick Marshall. Tre Mason motioned into the backfield behind Marshall to complete the new look. Auburn has the ball at the ASU 35-yd line facing a 2nd & 8. At the snap C. J. Uzomah and Jay Prosch will become lead blockers moving to their left. Nick Marshall will fake the inside give to Tre Mason, which
  24. Impact or explosive plays is defined as plays of 15-yards or more. Since 1992, Auburn has averaged 7.3 impact plays per game. Impact plays account for only 11.1% of Auburn's offensive snaps but account for 50.7% of the total yardage gained on offense. Since 1992 an impact play on offense for Auburn has been worth 3.68 points. Since 1992, Auburn has compiled a record of 93-19-2, when generating at least 8 impact plays during a game. The above numbers clearly indicate why impact or explosive plays are so critical on offense. In this day & age of football, establishing long sustained dri
  25. Since 1990, an Auburn first down has been worth 1.4 points. During the 2010 season, a first down was worth 1.68 points, which was Auburn's highest point value during that time period. During the 1998 season, it was worth 1.03 points, the lowest point value from 1990-2012. Taking the average ratio of 1.4 from 1990-2012, Cameron Newton's 91 first downs gained running the football was worth 128 points. In contrast,Chris Todd had 6 first downs running the football the season before, worth 8.4 points. This truly shows the value of having an athletic quarterback, especially within a dynamic offense
×
×
  • Create New...