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Strong Defensive showing for DeSales after giving up a TD on Cooper's first drive. The front 7 played lights outs...The Colts Offense still needs some fine tuning that's for sure. Granted the Colts started backup QB in their first 2 drives.... DeSales had 2 int returned for TDs....

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Some refuse to change into the new age of offensive play calling. This district will not just let Cooper in the playoffs. You have to win to get in (Conner). Hopefully something changes.

 

Always interesting when people question play calling when they have no idea what all was suppose to happen on a given play.

 

In any offense spread, I formation, wishbone, wing t, etc. At the end of the day players need to execute. What people see from the stands may be a play that goes for no gain. What they don't see is a certain player maybe was suppose to block down and didn't and so the guy that was suppose to be blocked made the play. When if they made the block, it would have been a big play. Or a pass play is called and bounces off the wrs hands for an interception, or qb makes a bad read and the guy he should have thrown to is wide open. Types of plays like that from the stands look like bad plays, when the reality is a coach could call the perfect play but players still have to make the block, have to make the throw, make the catch, etc. That is true for any team.

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Always interesting when people question play calling when they have no idea what all was suppose to happen on a given play.

 

In any offense spread, I formation, wishbone, wing t, etc. At the end of the day players need to execute. What people see from the stands may be a play that goes for no gain. What they don't see is a certain player maybe was suppose to block down and didn't and so the guy that was suppose to be blocked made the play. When if they made the block, it would have been a big play. Or a pass play is called and bounces off the wrs hands for an interception, or qb makes a bad read and the guy he should have thrown to is wide open. Types of plays like that from the stands look like bad plays, when the reality is a coach could call the perfect play but players still have to make the block, have to make the throw, make the catch, etc. That is true for any team.

 

How is it not bad play-calling when you don't get the ball to your best player?

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How is it not bad play-calling when you don't get the ball to your best player?

 

I’m not saying burn the playbook. The first four games of coopers schedule were not the best opponents. The defense could make up for offensive production. They have Cov Cath, GRC, then Conner next. They won’t win if the offense is not sped up. I actually like the way Desales offensive is set up. Only because they use every weapon on the field and sideline to create points. #21 should be used more. #81, a freshman has better hands than most the varsity receivers. #7 has a corner and safety on him every play and it’s still not getting other people open as one might assume.

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