"Offensive line rotation" is code word for "Not very good and out of
shape."Rotating offensive lineman, thats a good one.LOL
It will be fun to see how this new offense does in real games, can't wait!
Has this ever been tried anywhere?
Funny that such a post would come from someone who could start the season 1-2...
The team 'they' came to bash will be sitting at 2-0 when the blah red
machine comes through Provo and with the win that day (September 21st for the
layman) 3-0 versus 1-3... You really should let the team do some talking first
before you dwelling on 2011 come in here to 'bash'... I mean
seriously... I now hope for an Aggie or is that Grabbie win more than I did a
week ago! The trash talk mandates a poor season start. Oh, and that lone win,
Weber State... WHOOPTY DOO! lol Yes, I hereby declare wins against Virginia,
Texas and Utah to start the season... I will let the team do the talking before
I go trolling in lol land! But gosh, talk about fodder if 1-2 at home... Losses
to USU and OSU will be hilarious beyond all description! Simply because they
will have happened in a sea of red fans! At least save for the candy cane fest
on Thursday night!
Re: 54-10I'd like to see you weigh 300+ pounds in full pads and
move at the pace they are going to be moving at. The lineman are in plenty good
if anything, the O-line has to be better than last year!
I hope it works as smoothly as the article, players and coach predict. I am
particularly concerned about rotating centers and snaps to the QB, it's
always scary when that combination changes during a game. I expect some
mistakes but hope the firepower of the offense and the toughness of the D will
overcome those mistakes. Go Coogs.
@54-10 WHOOPTY DOO!" Yes, I hereby declare wins against
Virginia, Texas and Utah to start the season... I will let the team do the
talking before I go trolling in lol land!"And yet you
"declared" wins rather than waiting to see actual wins before you went
trolling.Rotating the entire offensive line works about as well as
rotating quarterbacks, and is perhaps even more disastrous.
I've never heard of o-line subbing. need to get those lineman in shape.
None of the hurry up offenses rotate lineman regardless of depth.
Holy Cow!! Is everyone else as excited as I am? I can barely contain it. The
BYU Cougars are so neat-o!!
What happened to the "Go Hard, Go Fast" philosophy? Not sure if Anae
realizes this, but subbing players into a game also gives your opponent the same
opportunity to sub players. If the "Go Hard, Go Fast" philosophy is to
work you have to be in shape to run the offensive series of downs, no matter how
many there are.
after another 5-7 season perhaps 54-10 can change his id to 5-7 ???
5-7 and talking smack.Ute fans lets talk about your bowl game last
year, shall we?
Logically speaking, I would not want to be a lineman at the Y. Reasoning: I
would be worried that the NFL scouts would not see enough of me to anticipate me
playing in the NFL as an every down lineman. Hopefully this is a one year deal
until the Y figures out their O-line situation, but if this becomse the norm, I
would play elsewhere if I was hoping for the NFL. GO UTES!!
How many holding penalties will the team endure till they realize that subbing
in linemen at that pace will no doubt create penalties on the offensive end
because they're not prepared for the snap. Just wondering. This time in
known for the most inopportune holding penalty at the worst time.
Re: Max-was-right.Who is Max and what was he correct about? Are you
refering to Max Hall? If so, are you alluding to his embarrassing tirade about
the U and its fans, players, and students? I am not sure I would claim your ID
as this was truly embarrassing for both schools and especially the Faith which
BYU represents. Go UTES!
Utah has a better chance of being undefeated going into their game against each
other, than BYU does. I don't think either team will be undefeated then.
Offensive line is so important in football. BYU is weak. I don't think the
coaches have a lot of confidence in the o-line. I still predict losing seasons
for both teams. Schedules are very difficult.
Re: Ironman and PavalovaThe plan is to basically go go go for a
streak of plays (maybe 10-15) until the lineman can't go anymore and get
tired, then they get subbed out. It's not like their getting subbed out
every play, just until they can't go anymore. That will be the coaches
decision, not the players. Also, assuming the offense is successful
(which it should be because it's been proven to work), and BYU is better
conditioned than their opponent, BYU will be moving the ball very efficiently
and at a rate that keeps the defense on their heels, this will create momentum
on the side of the offense that will keep them more energized and the opponent
tired. As far as penalties, again, they aren't going to be subbing that
often, only until the lineman can't go anymore, which the coaches said
could be anywhere from 10-15 plays. So there shouldn't be any more
penalties than there usually are. If you noticed, BYU has a highly penalized
team with a slow paced offense. But, some of the teams with the most wins also
have the most penalties. Just saying.
Quick!! Someone get those idiot BYU coaches to read the posts on this board
before it's too late!!!!!!
Chill out people! This whole playing 10 different lineman is not weird or new.
Oregon has been doing this for years now and it has worked splendidly. One of
the nice things about this pace thing is we'll be able to sub in fresh
bodies and the defense won't.
54-10 has obviously coached in the NFL so we should all listen to him. Your use
of LOL is very passé. BYU will be fine with this rotation. It does not
mean that anyone is out of shape. I means that the pace is picked up so that
defenses cannot keep up. Maybe you should worry about your own utsie lineman.
I hear they are over weight and out of shape.
Chris BDid you change your name to 54-10?Gees, talk about
living in the past. If you want a Borg designation you could have chosen 7 of 9.
Subbing o-lineman is a recipe for disaster. Not sure how any coach would think
this is a good idea. Does Bronco really back this or is it being forced on him.
false starts, holding, bad snaps. Putting inferior players on the field, that
are charged with protecting the quarter back is not sound judgement. This cant
last more than 1 game.
There are a lot of teams that run a hurry up offense and NONE rotate lineman.
This is ingenious thinking or a cop out for lineman who arent in shape. By the
way oregon doesnt rotate players, but they do have smaller guicker lineman that
are in fantastic shape.
Oregon has talent and depth on the O line. BYU doesn't.Why
would the offense be able to sub fresh bodies and the defense can't? As
soon the DC sees an OL coming on the field, he sends in a DL sub.
WookieOmaha, NERe: Max-was-right.Who is Max and
what was he correct about? Are you refering to Max Hall? If so, are you alluding
to his embarrassing tirade about the U and its fans, players, and students? I am
not sure I would claim your ID as this was truly embarrassing for both schools
and especially the Faith which BYU represents.Go UTES!LOL he told you Sammy!