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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Since I moved to Eugene, I enjoy college football a lot more than pro football. That probably has to do with the fact that I feel more connected to the Ducks than the Falcons. I've been to four Ducks games (vs. USC and UCLA in '11, vs. ARKS and WASH in '12) in less than 13 months of living here, compared to zero Falcons games (it's hard when you live on the opposite coast). Can't wait 'til next year when I'll be at every game. Smile

Oh, and nothing beats college bowl season.
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Wait swoosh are you going to Lane then or something?
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Also part of it is the coverage of the NFL. The analysts are terrible in the NFL. I feel most college analysts can cover NFL better than the NFL can.
I feel like NFL analysts are way more stat driven. I don't see anyone trying to use sabermetrics for college football. Also I think fantasy football may have a hand in that even if it's not obvious.
How can you be paid 6 digits if you don;t know what a pistol formation is?
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Also part of it is the coverage of the NFL. The analysts are terrible in the NFL. I feel most college analysts can cover NFL better than the NFL can.
I feel like NFL analysts are way more stat driven. I don't see anyone trying to use sabermetrics for college football. Also I think fantasy football may have a hand in that even if it's not obvious.
How can you be paid 6 digits if you don;t know what a pistol formation is?
If you don't focus on college football at all. I mean the pistol hasn't been around that long. It's not like you see it in the NFL really either. If Terry Bradshaw went on air and said he didn't understand the zone read would you really be shocked? Honestly with the hashmarks, the rules, and the different types of schemes NFL and NCAA football are totally different.
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Wait swoosh are you going to Lane then or something?

Yeah; I'm in my second year at Lane. Can't wait to get out of here. It's a great JC--one of the best in the nation--but it's still a JC. The group of people in general, well let's just say aren't the type of people I want to surround myself with. As a 19 year old student just out of HS, I'm in the minority.
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Chip is showing Belichick a thing or two...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2012/10/08/patriots-huddle-relies-power-one/nHTapuVnBOwfFlffwTrN6J/story.html

Enjoy him while we have him, folks. Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Chip is showing Belichick a thing or two...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2012/10/08/patriots-huddle-relies-power-one/nHTapuVnBOwfFlffwTrN6J/story.html

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I don't know how long his offense could work in the NFL. However I love that he runs no huddle and runs a ZBS.
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Chip is showing Belichick a thing or two...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2012/10/08/patriots-huddle-relies-power-one/nHTapuVnBOwfFlffwTrN6J/story.html

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I don't know how long his offense could work in the NFL. However I love that he runs no huddle and runs a ZBS.

Yeah, i'm sure he would have to modify some things, but it's not like we even play the option game here. He's always making changes.
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Chip is showing Belichick a thing or two...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2012/10/08/patriots-huddle-relies-power-one/nHTapuVnBOwfFlffwTrN6J/story.html

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I don't know how long his offense could work in the NFL. However I love that he runs no huddle and runs a ZBS.

Yeah, i'm sure he would have to modify some things, but it's not like we even play the option game here. He's always making changes.


I thought you guys still ran option that is interesting.

Something else I like is his intelligence and willing to make things work with the guys he has. To many coaches ego would get in the way. I would like to see him build Oregon into a national power.
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Chip is showing Belichick a thing or two...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2012/10/08/patriots-huddle-relies-power-one/nHTapuVnBOwfFlffwTrN6J/story.html

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I don't know how long his offense could work in the NFL. However I love that he runs no huddle and runs a ZBS.

Yeah, i'm sure he would have to modify some things, but it's not like we even play the option game here. He's always making changes.


I thought you guys still ran option that is interesting.

Something else I like is his intelligence and willing to make things work with the guys he has. To many coaches ego would get in the way. I would like to see him build Oregon into a national power.

The zone-read and triple option is still in the playbook if that's what you mean.
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Chip's friends came out and said during the whole Tampa thing that he wouldn't coach the same offense in the NFL. Also some quotes by him were reported with the same idea. Said that the reason he ran it at UNH is because they didn't have a FB and when he came here we didn't have a FB Laughing If you have seen how much Chip's O has changed since he got here in 07 you know he will adapt. I think his practice style is the new thing for the future.
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Chip's friends came out and said during the whole Tampa thing that he wouldn't coach the same offense in the NFL. Also some quotes by him were reported with the same idea. Said that the reason he ran it at UNH is because they didn't have a FB and when he came here we didn't have a FB Laughing If you have seen how much Chip's O has changed since he got here in 07 you know he will adapt. I think his practice style is the new thing for the future.


He practices full contact in the morning at a high fast pace doesn't he?
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Chip's friends came out and said during the whole Tampa thing that he wouldn't coach the same offense in the NFL. Also some quotes by him were reported with the same idea. Said that the reason he ran it at UNH is because they didn't have a FB and when he came here we didn't have a FB Laughing If you have seen how much Chip's O has changed since he got here in 07 you know he will adapt. I think his practice style is the new thing for the future.


He practices full contact in the morning at a high fast pace doesn't he?


Yeah but not only that. Most coaches just have one corp set up at once. Chip has one in front of him and one behind him running plays full time. First team goes and while they get read he turns around to call the play for the second team and repeat. Double the practice snaps like that alone. Chip is all about maximizing everything. He will squeeze potential out of people.

Something I think we take granted. How many QBs have come through UO that we didn't like due to performance? None I would say. You can't say that about many other programs in the nation to be honest. Let alone a "running gimmick" team like UO. Hopefully UO will be able to pull someone great when he leaves though. Seems like Tennessee really wants him right now....worst team in the NFL+Locker+CJ+WRs= Chip Kelly. He almost left for Josh Freeman, Blount, and whoever their WRs were this offseason...
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http://www.desmoinesregister.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2012310030101&adjusted=1

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COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. ó The top-ranked junior-college football team in America didnít even have pads or helmets four years ago.

There was no glossy brochure to help lure recruits, and no locker room waiting for them once they got to campus.

You want to talk humble beginnings? This programís four assistant coaches were forced to work odd jobs while waiting for the time when they could draw salaries from the school.

Look at Iowa Western Community College now. In the little-known world of two-year football, there is no one bigger


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Among the standouts were Dallas Hendrikson, an offensive lineman from St. Ansgar now at Rutgers; Dan Heiar of Goose Lake, an offensive lineman whose career at Iowa was curtailed by a drunken driving accident; and Jared Ebert of Iowa City, a defensive tackle at Oregon.


Stetzon Bair's former CC
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Stetzon-Bair-134157;_ylt=ArFc.S.peNDi0ZMaQ4F17CVIPZB4

IIRC there were rumors we were trying to use it as a "get your grades up, play in the middle of no where and come back" pipeline. Jerrard Randall was going to go there before changing his mind and opening recruitment back up to GT, LSU, Miami when Oregon pulled his scholly. Weird that he would only open recruitment up after we pulled the scholly...idk. Either way this story seems funny. Randall still has a neck tattoo Laughing forgot that he had one of those.

http://www.examiner.com/article/oregon-qb-recruit-jerrard-randall-signs-letter-of-intent-to-iowa-western-c-c

Some Iowa Western CC players

Malkaam Muhammad OLB 6'0" 225 4.56 Wyoming (verbal), Western Kentucky http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Malkaam-Muhammad-143670;_ylt=AlX0w19aovKLQkMlHcu53A5IPZB4

Jordan Heiderman DT 6'3" 280 Indiana (verbal)
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Jordan-Heiderman-137545;_ylt=AnUCVKEwU_7.K_qb9pyI2TJIPZB4

Deon Long WR 6'1" 205 Maryland (verbal), Florida, Illinois, Nebraska
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Deon-Long-139883;_ylt=AlVTtQh1ATygPNL42NrMNzlIPZB4

Aaron Wimberly RB 5'11" 180 Iowa State (verbal), Boise State, FIU, Troy
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Aaron-Wimberly-138789;_ylt=AtrpOmrh0_YyWWBPv.JZRU9IPZB4

Martize Barr WR 5'11" 195 Illinois (verbal)
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Martize-Barr-139947;_ylt=Atg8hOhczmWyFe_q.tNpflFIPZB4

Dallas Hinkhouse T 6'5" 265 Akron, Ball State, FIU, Memphis, San Jose St, Troy
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Dallas-Hinkhouse-137572;_ylt=AvVvLAnGXvrgGXTxydXUy6hIPZB4

Don Jackson RB 5'10" 197 FIU, Iowa State, Nevada, Washington State, Western Michigan
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Don-Jackson-129550;_ylt=ApPH2w0EWy9LCftg0iynJhtIPZB4

Rodney Coe DE 6'3" 275 Akron, Iowa State, South Florida
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Rodney-Coe-136517;_ylt=AoJ2IuVIQR6a6xBEqrR6fqxIPZB4

Devon Nash DE 6'5" 260 Arizona State, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Memphis, Nevada, San Jose State, Troy, Western Kentucky
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Devon-Nash-137556;_ylt=AoFKFfBaI3KfHshtwaGtrwRIPZB4

Jake Waters QB 6'2" 216 4.6 Akron, FAU, Kansas State, North Carolina State
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Jake-Waters-139953;_ylt=AtGslV8UsmydBWXOOBGt5.VIPZB4

Mike Smithburg G 6'3" 300 Akron, FIU, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan
http://rivals.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/player-Mike-Smithburg-141294;_ylt=AiHih0sTTACr7IZ6XBLH1jVIPZB4



They have a former NFL DC as a DBs coach Shocked

State count at CC
Iowa (82)
Florida (4)
Washington, DC (4)
Nebraska (3)
Georgia
California
Michigan
North Carolina
Oklahoma
Illinois

Why all those kids going to a CC to play football when they can't even really give you a scholarship to go out there?
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Oregon is stopping by to visit 4* CB Gareon Conley (Michigan commit) today. If an offer is made, Conley will most likely visit Oregon which would mean Michigan would pull his scholarship offer (like they did with Brown, although we were getting him regardless). He said Oregon has been his favorite school for awhile. I like our chances here.
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