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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

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    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    Now all we need is a QB, an O-line, and some WR's....

    Caine

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
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    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
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    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    Now all we need is a QB, an O-line, and some WR's....

    Caine
    Judging by the moves the staff has made they agree, but not totally......

    My guess,

    a. Musgrove is happy with Mac, Hutch, (?) Herrera, Load. Tendered Cook to provide depth, possibly even to step in as the Center.

    b. Musgrove is happy with his new QB. Team took him high enough.

    c. Musgrove might agree with you on WR's, however, I think his bigger concern was fixing the TE's to match his scheme. Thus the TE so early.

    You put the following on the field and it doesn't leave much room for WR's....

    BB
    Mac Sauce or the Rook
    Hutch
    (?) Ponder AD
    Herrera
    Load Shanc
    PH

    Put a FB in there and you just have Percy.
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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    Just because we hated the 3 yards on 3rd and 7 doesn't mean we want to see nothing but long routes. There is a happy medium, which we saw more of in 2009. Short passes mixed with deep shots and some intermediate routes, all with a good sprinkling of run.

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098989
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    Just because we hated the 3 yards on 3rd and 7 doesn't mean we want to see nothing but long routes. There is a happy medium, which we saw more of in 2009. Short passes mixed with deep shots and some intermediate routes, all with a good sprinkling of run.
    Bring on the Berrian ratio!!!!
    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    A few quick questions:

    1- Do the packers rune the WCO?
    2- Is their offense classified as dink and dunk?

    No dodges or diversions from the questions, just a simple yes or no and nothing else please.

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1099018
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    A few quick questions:

    1- Do the packers rune the WCO?
    2- Is their offense classified as dink and dunk?

    No dodges or diversions from the questions, just a simple yes or no and nothing else please.
    OOhhh!! OOhhhh!!! ask me! ask me!

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1099021
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1099018
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    A few quick questions:

    1- Do the packers rune the WCO?
    2- Is their offense classified as dink and dunk?

    No dodges or diversions from the questions, just a simple yes or no and nothing else please.
    OOhhh!! OOhhhh!!! ask me! ask me!
    Teachers pet
    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Re: Interview With Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrove

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1099021
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1099018
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098987
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098937
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098903
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098883
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1098858
    By the way, get ready for Marrdro to start talking some major bukakke.
    Fixed it for you...


    :silly:

    Caine
    You crack me up. You did see that they do use multiple WR sets and stretch the field with this scheme (at times).

    I know you, along with a few others have been pining for the return of "3 Deep". Although this won't quite remind you of that era, it will get a few more deep balls into the air.
    I challenge you to find even one post of someone "pining" for the return of the high-flying Moss days. They were fun to watch, but we just can't do that.

    Fact is, we're not built for that, and have not been for quite some time.

    it's nice to see us utilize the deep ball, but we need to be smart about it. Hucking it out there 40 times when we don't have a legitimate deep threat is not a good system.
    I don't have to look, it will come out.

    Dang near everyone on here hated the "Dink Dunk" approach the WCO brings to the table. Most thought it was going to go away with the nomination of Musgrove (go look at my coach and offense analysis threads and the comments in there).

    Again, it will come out.
    A few quick questions:

    1- Do the packers rune the WCO?
    2- Is their offense classified as dink and dunk?

    No dodges or diversions from the questions, just a simple yes or no and nothing else please.
    OOhhh!! OOhhhh!!! ask me! ask me!
    Go for it.

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