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Re: FB: Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Reply #20715 on: Yesterday at 02:58:35 pm »
3) Pat C, how could you of all people forget the NCAA is all about $$$$...the whole regional process is pretty much a shame,

Never once forgotten. But when the NCAA said they set aside money to help break up brackets so conference teams didn't have to play each other in the first round, I took it to mean they would spend the money, not sit on it.

Nothing that can really be done, Pat. The SCIAC just needs to start winning some games, no matter who they are playing. Redlands will get their shot, thatís for sure.

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I think our DC will have a solid game plan and keep us in the game, our linebackers can run so hopefully stop long plays and make them earn it...He loves to take away your favorite plays and lets see how MHB adjust. Will the offense score is the issue, I will do some sniffing on our frosh RB. You are right his speed matches up. In regards to offensive line, I still think the difference is we have better athletes 1 to 5, and our offseason program is really serving us well. The SC has been their 4 or 5 years, it is apparent in person our players are in football shape. This is a better O line than we had in 2016, better QB, better RB group with MC, better WR depth. 2019 team is about 7 points better than 2016.
If we can run the ball to any degree we have a chance to slow MHB offenseive time on the field. I have not watched a lot of their games, but what I have seen they appear to be one very small click not as good as last year or 2016...I would expect a couple trick plays by UR...
What will our OC do differently, if he thinks zone stretch plays will work, Maynard should not let him back on the plane.
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« Reply #20716 on: Yesterday at 03:37:29 pm »
I still think the difference is we have better athletes 1 to 5,
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« Reply #20717 on: Yesterday at 05:21:39 pm »
I still think the difference is we have better athletes 1 to 5,

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Don't smoke, just drink Oregon Pinot, I will clarify...better athletes upfront compared to the last team in the playoff  (2016). Our D line in 16 is comparable but not as deep, this O line is better 1 to 5 than 2016. Three starters from 16 team would not start on this O line.
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Re: FB: Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Reply #20718 on: Yesterday at 05:36:18 pm »
I still think the difference is we have better athletes 1 to 5,

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Don't smoke, just drink Oregon Pinot, I will clarify...better athletes upfront compared to the last team in the playoff  (2016). Our D line in 16 is comparable but not as deep, this O line is better 1 to 5 than 2016. Three starters from 16 team would not start on this O line.
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Re: FB: Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Reply #20719 on: Yesterday at 06:12:27 pm »
Well, Sam Riddle will not be coming through the door to score 3 tds in the 2nd half to wipe out Chapman's 14-0 lead and send them in a tizzy.
We'll be fine.
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« Reply #20720 on: Yesterday at 07:57:09 pm »
Redlands will need to move the pocket and get Nathan Martinez rolling out a bunch to counter UMHBís size and speed advantage. Mason C. Has been inactive the last two weeks, so hopefully he is available because Redlands will need his quickness on screens and counters to help slow down their blitz packages.

First time I can remember that Redlands will have some size on the OL/DL to matchup with what is usually a huge disadvantage for Redlands. They will still be undersized in comparison though. Anyway, the game still needs to be played, so letís see if Redlands can pull the upset.
The Cru dont blitz much. They just line up and challenge the man in front of them. Redlands will have a challenge but I am sure they will be more than a worthy opponent to the Cru.

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« Reply #20721 on: Yesterday at 08:00:07 pm »
Redlands will need to move the pocket and get Nathan Martinez rolling out a bunch to counter UMHBís size and speed advantage. Mason C. Has been inactive the last two weeks, so hopefully he is available because Redlands will need his quickness on screens and counters to help slow down their blitz packages.

First time I can remember that Redlands will have some size on the OL/DL to matchup with what is usually a huge disadvantage for Redlands. They will still be undersized in comparison though. Anyway, the game still needs to be played, so letís see if Redlands can pull the upset.
The Cru dont blitz much. They just line up and challenge the man in front of them. Redlands will have a challenge but I am sure they will be more than a worthy opponent to the Cru.





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« Reply #20722 on: Yesterday at 11:00:59 pm »
I can't wait for the game this Saturday. I'm glad the SCIAC is getting recognition which they should after their performance this year vs Linfield and Whitworth... the team that is coming up is George Fox. The whole nation will be watching! Love the playoffs... just glad we made it! Good luck to both teams!
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« Reply #20723 on: Yesterday at 11:03:12 pm »
Also kudos to Redlands... I think they have a good chance to knock off UMHB. They have the beef on the lines and a great offense and defense.  Their QB is very athletic and a great runner and passer.
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« Reply #20724 on: Today at 12:01:04 am »
Redlands will need to move the pocket and get Nathan Martinez rolling out a bunch to counter UMHBís size and speed advantage. Mason C. Has been inactive the last two weeks, so hopefully he is available because Redlands will need his quickness on screens and counters to help slow down their blitz packages.

First time I can remember that Redlands will have some size on the OL/DL to matchup with what is usually a huge disadvantage for Redlands. They will still be undersized in comparison though. Anyway, the game still needs to be played, so letís see if Redlands can pull the upset.
The Cru dont blitz much. They just line up and challenge the man in front of them. Redlands will have a challenge but I am sure they will be more than a worthy opponent to the Cru.





If you believe that.  ::) I have some ocean front property in Arizona for sale .  ;D
So you don't believe they are a worthy opponent or they don't blitz much? Not sure I need oceanfront property in Arizona when I have some in Texas.

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« Reply #20725 on: Today at 10:10:34 am »
Redlands will need to move the pocket and get Nathan Martinez rolling out a bunch to counter UMHBís size and speed advantage. Mason C. Has been inactive the last two weeks, so hopefully he is available because Redlands will need his quickness on screens and counters to help slow down their blitz packages.

First time I can remember that Redlands will have some size on the OL/DL to matchup with what is usually a huge disadvantage for Redlands. They will still be undersized in comparison though. Anyway, the game still needs to be played, so letís see if Redlands can pull the upset.
The Cru dont blitz much. They just line up and challenge the man in front of them. Redlands will have a challenge but I am sure they will be more than a worthy opponent to the Cru.





If you believe that.  ::) I have some ocean front property in Arizona for sale .  ;D
So you don't believe they are a worthy opponent or they don't blitz much? Not sure I need oceanfront property in Arizona when I have some in Texas.


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